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Humanistic training + languages:
- You will develop your negotiating skills in international contexts.
- You will focus your language skills on international trade.
- You will analyse global data for organisational decision-making.
The programme in Management, Languages and International Trade is characterised by its strong international vocation, which enhances the experience of studying at a foreign university and helps broaden our students’ training.
Such an experience can be carried out during a semester, either in 2nd or 3rd year.
Internships are the time to put into practice the skills, knowledge, ethics and values you have acquired throughout your academic career. For this reason, and as part of the course syllabus, we have a compulsory external internship programme for 100% of the students, during the 2nd semester of 4th year.
In your 4th year, you will have to complete the Undergraduate Final Year Projector, which consists of preparing an original and innovative project on the major thematic areas proposed for the degree.
Management Languages and International Trade
2nd Language I. Chinese
2nd Language I. French
2nd Language I. German
Basque Language I
English Language Skills I
Introduction to Basque Language and Culture I
Language, Culture and Society
2nd Language II. Chinese
2nd Language II. French
2nd Language II. Galician
2nd Language II. German
Basque Language II
English Language Skills II
Introduction to Basque Language and Culture II
Modern and Contemporary History
2nd Language III. Chinese
2nd Language III. French
2nd Language III. German
Digital Resources for Language Applications
Higher English for Communication
Multiculturality and Intercultural Dialogue
2nd Language IV. Chinese
2nd Language IV. German
2nd language IV. French
A Critical Approach to Social Issues
Bible and Culture
Citizens for Social Change
Civic Engagement and Values
East and West: Great Religious Traditions
Economics and Business Management
Ethical Challenges in the Global World
FH Valores - Asignatura sin definir
Globalisation, Citizenship and Intercultural Competence
Introduction to International Humanitarian Aid
Socio-cultural History of Arts through Literature
2nd Language V. French
2nd Language V. German
2nd language V. Chinese
Basic Principles of Law
Accounting and Balance Sheets
Computer Applications I
English for Specific Purposes
Estrategias de Marketing Avanzado
Computer Applications II
Spanish Language and Communication
Civic and Professional Ethics
Practical Sessions I
Practical Sessions II
Undergraduate Final Year Project
International Trade Skills
International Business Environment: geoeconomics and power
Business Statistics and Marketing Research
A number of leading companies visit us to give their testimonials so that our students acquire skills and a strategic vision for the world of work.
The cultural, economic and social aspects that companies consider when carrying out their operations are examined.
You will be trained in Business Management, Business Analysis, Marketing, Human Resources, Entrepreneurship and Accounting.
We promote training in business language skills, in mediation skills, communication and understanding of the different economies.
Our aim is to train multilingual professionals.
You will be trained in Languages, Intercultural Communication, Negotiation, Interpersonal Relations, Writing and Translation.
We complement the degree with our own degree in order to reinforce students' professional profile and improve their competitiveness.
You will learn the skills necessary to manage international operations: Global Markets, International Trade, Market Research, International Strategy and Finance and Legal Aspects.
The international aim of this programme means that the mobility experience is seen as a way of broadening language and cultural training and enhancing management skills from the perspective of a different economic and cultural area.
We offer a wide range of host universities and we sign new agreements every year.
Guide to mobility procedures
More than 40 international destinations
The Undergraduate Final Year Project will consist in developing an original, innovative individual project on the main subject areas of the degree.
Projects may be written in English or Spanish.
To work autonomously and responsibly, to integrate and apply the competences acquired throughout the degree, to communicate the results effectively in writing and orally, and to generate new ideas and knowledge are students’ ultimate aims.
Economic and business management models, Business and human resources management, Corporate social responsibility, Interpersonal relations, R&D&I, Entrepreneurship and employability, Business Plan, Internationalisation, Business marketing, among others.
First semester timetable
First sit exams Resit exams