Dual Degree Program in Business Administration and Management [ADE] and International Relations. (E-6)


Submission of applications
January 9 to April 28, 2017.


Duration: 5 years.
Full-time study.


Study in Alberto Aguilera, 23

 


Open Days
January 28 and April 1, 2017 at 10:00h

Information session
November 25, 2016 and March 10, 2017 at 17:00h


Credits 359,5 ECTS
Spanish

The double degree in Business Administration and Management (ADE), and International Relations offers the opportunity to study business management within a global economic and political environment; equipping students to work professionally in the field of business through a solid understanding of key global concerns.

On the Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management, students will learn how to manage all types of businesses and organizations that create social wellbeing and prosperity. The Bachelor's Degree in International Relations complements these skills by focusing on relations between States, international organizations and other economic, political and social agents within the global system, including multinationals, pressure groups and NGOs.

An understanding of the dynamic and fast-changing global context creates significant advantages and a highly valuable profile for future business managers, especially in terms of designing and implementing strategic company policy. Above all, students on this combined program will understand the importance of relations between States and markets, and the opportunities and threats of the globalization process. In short, this course offers a comprehensive learning experience for the professionals of tomorrow.


Duration:

Five years

Submission of applications:

January 9 to April 28, 2017.
Information about the documentation to submit

Open days

Saturday, January 28, 2017 - 10:00 at Alberto Aguilera, 23.

Saturday, April 1, 2017 - 10:00 at Alberto Aguilera, 23.

Information session

Monday November 25, 2016 - 17:00 at Alberto Aguilera 23.

Friday, March 10, 2017 - 17:00 at Alberto Aguilera 23.

Financial information:

Course fees: €1,495.62 plus nine monthly installments of €1,300.47 each.
Information about study grants

Timetable:

Full-time study.

Information point:

Information and Student Reception Office
C/ Alberto Aguilera, 21 - 28015 Madrid
Tel.: +34 91 540 61 32
Fax: +34 91 559 65 69
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Office hours

Applicant profile:

This double degree program is designed for students with a proactive attitude and approach to developing the knowledge and competencies required of professional business managers in a globalized world. As such, mobility and internationalization, together with professional internships in multinational companies, are key pillars of the activities on this course. Students must also be able to evaluate the world around them from a critical and holistic perspective, positioning them to become agents of international social change.

Admission requirements:

Current secondary and pre-university education preparation courses or equivalent studies + University Admission Exam [Selectividad]. Scientific/technical and Social Sciences options.
Students from foreign education systems:
University Admission Exam [Selectividad] for Foreigners, except for students who have studied under education systems in EU countries or countries which have agreements with Spain in this regard and who fulfill the academic requirements in their home education systems for access to university.

Admission process and criteria:

The admissions test will take place on May 6, 2017 at c/ Alberto Aguilera, 23 in Madrid or at the German School of Santa Cruz de Tenerife [Colegio Alemán de Santa Cruz de Tenerife].
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Services for students with special needs

Support program for students with disabilities

The double degree in Business Administration and Management, and International Relations is designed to enhance the employability of our graduates by equipping them with the skills, competencies and knowledge required in both the private and the public sector. It also facilitates active participation in the voluntary not-for-profit sector. The career prospects of our graduates include working in the private sector, especially in multinational companies; in political and economic organizations at European and international level; and in the Spanish civil service and the social welfare sector. The comprehensive training offered on this double degree also builds foreign language skills, strong organizational and analytical capacity, the ability to work as part of a team and to lead others in a range of institutional and organizational contexts, guaranteeing excellent employment opportunities.

 

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Timetable and exam schedule

Timetable

Exam schedule 

Structure

The E6 degree, Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management, and Bachelor's Degree in Internationals Relations, is studied over a five-year cycle, with a total of 359.5 ECTS.


Curriculum

 

Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management Skills

GENERAL SKILLS

  • CGI1- Ability to analyze and synthesize
  • CGI2- Problem-solving and decision-making
  • CGI3- Ability to organize and plan
  • CGI4- Ability to manage information from several sources
  • CGI5- Basic general knowledge of the area of study
  • CGI6- Oral and written communication skills in the native language
  • CGI7- Communication in a foreign language
  • CGI8- Advanced IT knowledge relating to the area of study
  • CGP9- Interpersonal skills: listening, discussing and debating
  • CGP10- Leadership skills and ability to work in a group
  • CGP11- Critical and self-critical skills
  • CGP12- Ethical commitment
  • CGP13- Recognition of and respect for diversity and multiculturalism
  • CGS14- Ability to learn and work independently
  • CGS15- Adaption to change
  • CGS16- Action and quality orientated
  • CGS17- Ability to prepare and transmit ideas, projects, reports, solutions and problems
  • CGS18- Initiative and entrepreneurial spirit

SPECIFIC SKILLS

  • CE1- Develop the ability to write up technical reports, give compelling oral presentations and competently use ICT
  • CE2- Ability to understand the structure of a foreign language and to develop the vocabulary and skills required to study and work in this language
  • CE3- General business knowledge and understanding of the fundamentals of managing and running a business
  • CE4- Knowledge and understanding of the historical evolution of business and management
  • CE5- Knowledge of the basic elements of economic analysis and its impact on the world of business: 1. Ability to perform economic analysis; 2. Knowledge and understanding of microeconomics; 3. Knowledge and understanding of macroeconomics; 4. Knowledge of economic and financial activity in the public sector
  • CE6- Ability to apply theory and reasoning to real economic events
  • CE7- Application of economic analysis to the current Spanish and global situation: 1. Knowledge and understanding of the global economy; 2. Knowledge and understanding of the Spanish economy; 3. Knowledge and understanding of the economic climate
  • CE8- Application of economic analysis to the current international situation: 1. Knowledge and understanding of International Economic Theory; 2. Knowledge and understanding of international economic institutions; 3. Knowledge and analysis of the process of economic and financial integration of the European Union and of its policies
  • CE9- Knowledge of fundamental legal concepts, legal subjects, obligations and contracts; in addition to legal forms of business and legal aspects of business activity in the operation of competitive markets
  • CE10- The business, the business owner and their legal status: 1. Understanding, study and assimilation of the different ways of legally organizing trading companies; 2. Understanding Law as the governing factor in entrepreneurial activity
  • CE11- Impact of Tax Law on businesses: 1. Knowledge of the legal framework of corporate taxation; 2. Ability to apply corporate tax in real-life situations
  • CE12- 1. Knowledge of the basic elements of the legal aspects of labor relationships and Social Security; 2. Knowledge of the impact of Public Law on business activity; 3. Knowledge of common contracts in the world of business; 4. Knowledge of the impact of EU Law on business activity.
  • CE13- Knowledge and analysis of critical business situations.
  • CE14- Knowledge of the importance and uses of the Securities market.
  • CE15- Knowledge of and ability to apply mathematical techniques and models to the field of business: 1. Ability to apply mathematical modeling to problems in the field of business; 2. Ability to apply mathematical techniques to problem-solving
  • CE16- Mathematical instruments applied to solving economic/financial problems: 1. Ability to analyze and compare actual financial operations; 2. Understanding and correct application of the principles of mathematical modeling to market assessment; 3. Understanding dynamic models as representations of economic phenomena
  • CE17- Statistics used to analyze business problems: 1. Ability to process, summarize and analyze information; 2. Statistical knowledge of random phenomena; 3. Knowledge of and ability to differentiate between processes of statistical inference
  • CE18- Application of statistical models and econometrics to the field of business: 1. Knowledge and understanding of econometric models; 2. Knowledge, understanding and application of the main techniques of multivariate analysis; 3. Knowledge, understanding and application of key prediction techniques
  • CE19- Knowledge and understanding of the basic decisive factors of human behavior in organizations and of management success, practicing their use to improve people management skills
  • CE20- Knowledge and understanding of the models and tools used to analyze social reality applied to businesses to understand specific dynamics and the transformation of real-life labor situations
  • CE21- Knowledge of the role of staff in organizations and of HR planning strategies: 1. Knowledge of training and development policies; 2. Knowledge of performance evaluation systems; 3. Knowledge of compensation policies; 4. Knowledge of planning internal communication
  • CE22- Knowledge and understanding of key business management roles and skills: 1. Understanding the set of skills required for business management roles and identifying personal strengthens and weakness as a leader; 2. Ability to apply communication and persuasion skills as a leader; 3. Ability to apply the necessary skills required for efficient management of people and teams; 4. Ability to apply the skills required for solving problems and making decisions in the field of employment and business management; 5. Knowledge and understanding of professional negotiation techniques.
  • CE23- Knowledge of the international context of a business and the importance of internationalization strategies.
  • CE24- Knowledge and application of management support tools for planning, implementing and controlling business strategy
  • CE25- 1. Knowledge of the dynamic elements of the competitive edge of a company: technology, innovation and information; 2.  Identification of decisive factors in the formulation and implementation of innovative and technology-based strategies; 3. Knowledge of the management of IT systems; 4. Knowledge of new technology-based companies; 5. IT systems and the creation of value in companies
  • CE26- Historical and scientific knowledge of corporate governance, leading to the ability to design an efficient corporate governance system
  • CE27- Understanding, from a scientific perspective, the evolution of organizational theory in the search for an efficient company structure
  • CE28- Knowledge of planning and management of production and logistics
  • CE29- Knowledge of project design, planning and management
  • CE30- Knowledge and understanding of accounting as a system for producing information about the economic/financial position of a business and its results
  • CE31- Knowledge and understanding of the accounting issues surrounding each equity item and their impact on a company's financial statement, according to the General Accounting Plan and SME regulations
  • CE32- Knowledge and understanding of the need for accounting information in order to manage a business and ability to analyze this information in order to make decisions
  • CE33- Knowledge of and ability to apply the different systems of accumulation and application of costs
  • CE34- Knowledge and understanding of the assessment criteria and the accounting issues proposed under the GAP in relation to specific economic events and complex equity items
  • CE35- Knowledge and understanding of  the accounting issues surrounding certain taxes and their impact on the information presented on a company's financial statement
  • CE36- Knowledge and understanding of the fundamental rules and concepts of national and international consolidation theories and methods, and their application to professional practice
  • CE37- Knowledge, understanding and application of budget control and auditing systems as decision-making tools for businesses
  • CE38- Knowledge and understanding of the different areas of corporate finance as fundamental aspects that are closely interrelated with business strategies aimed at the creation of value
  • CE39- Knowledge and understanding of the role of the Financial Director and the environment in which they work; of the principles of financial management and the role of accounting information in financial analysis and decision-making
  • CE40- Knowledge and understanding of the main features of microcredit
  • CE41- Knowledge of and ability to analyze the financial system: Parties involved, financial markets and products (national and international), and applicable legislation
  • CE42- Understanding the fundamentals of the creation of business groups, the reasons behind forming these groups, the processes required to form them and the factors that can lead to failure
  • CE43- Knowledge and use of the most common models and techniques of business assessment
  • CE44- Knowledge and use of models to assess financial derivatives and their application to investment portfolios
  • CE45- Knowledge of and ability to analyze the necessary conditions to combine financial assets in order to build portfolios and to produce investment policies
  • CE46- Knowledge of the concepts and activities that fall under the scope of marketing
  • CE47- Ability to learn to "think in marketing terms" and to develop a board awareness of current marketing problems
  • CE48- Knowledge of the fundamental elements of market research: Techniques, tools and sources of information: 1. Fundamental knowledge of market research; 2. Knowledge of the design, implementation and control of market research, as well as of qualitative and quantitative techniques and their application; 3. Knowledge of the information produced by different panels run by the Institutes of Market Research and of newly available technologies
  • CE49- Knowledge of strategic marketing management: 1. Knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts and tools used in strategic marketing management; 2. Ability to produce a strategic marketing plan and put it into action
  • CE50- Knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts and tools used in product management
  • CE51- Knowledge of the application of different business communication tools and ability to produce a comprehensive communication plan, highlighting the assessment of strategies and tactics for creating messages and selecting means
  • CE52- Knowledge of the fundamentals of Commercial Distribution and ability to make decisions about the distribution channel and distribution strategies in organizations
  • CE53- Knowledge of the role of Sales and of the Sales Manager within a company, as well as the role of sales teams and customers
  • CE54- Knowledge and analysis of purchasing and consumer behavior: 1. Knowledge and understanding of the basic buying decision process and identification of its different stages; 2. Ability to identify and analyze the external and internal variables that can affect consumer decisions
  • CE55- Knowledge of the role of Non-Governmental Organizations and of social marketing concepts and activities, as well as the fundamental aspects of political marketing
  • CE56- Knowledge of Social Marketing: 1. Knowledge of the concepts and activities that fall under the scope of social marketing
  • CE57- Knowledge of the fundamental elements and differences in industrial marketing and ability to apply industrial marketing strategies to real cases in the business world
  • CE58- Knowledge of the fundamentals of marketing applied to services and ability to apply marketing strategies to service organizations
  • CE59- Knowledge of the fundamental elements and differences in international marketing and ability to apply international marketing strategies to real cases in the business world
  • CE60- Developing international trade negotiation skills
  • CE61- Knowledge of the importance and urgency of ecumenism and of dialog between different religions; of Christian thought over time on contemporary social, economic and political questions; and, as such, of Christian social doctrine
  • CE62- Ability to link Ethics and CSR with elements such as strategy, marketing, financial management and people management within organizations
  • CE63- Understanding the potential influence of the paradigm of global sustainability on the role of businesses in society and on the way in which they are run
  • CE64- Knowledge and understanding of the reality of organizations, their structure and how they operate, through application of the practical and theoretical knowledge acquired in the classroom
  • CE65- Knowledge of the scientific method in the field of Business Administration and Management
  • CE66- Ability to plan and carry out a research project in the field of Business Administration and Management, or a business plan.

 

Bachelor's Degree in International Relations - Skills

GENERAL SKILLS

  • CGI01- Ability to analyze and synthesize
  • CGI02- Ability to organize and plan
  • CGI03- Basic knowledge of the area of study
  • CGI04- Oral and written communication skills in the native language
  • CGI05- Knowledge of a foreign language
  • CGI06- Basic IT skills
  • CGI07- Ability to search for and manage information
  • CGI08- Problem-solving
  • CGI09- Decision-making
  • CGI10- Project design and management
  • CGP11- Critical and self-critical skills
  • CGP12- Team work
  • CGP13- Interpersonal skills
  • CGP12- Working in an interdisciplinary team
  • CGP15- Recognition of diversity and multiculturalism
  • CGP16- Working in an international context
  • CGP17- Ethical commitment
  • CGS18- Capacity for intellectual work
  • CGS19- Ability to apply theory to practice
  • CGS20- Ability to adapt to new situations
  • CGS21- Ability to generate new ideas
  • CGS22– Leadership
  • CGS23- Understanding cultures and customs in other countries
  • CGS24- Capacity for independent work and learning
  • CGS25- Concern for quality
  • CGS26- Understanding religion and Christian values

SPECIFIC SKILLS

  • CE1- Knowledge of basic terminology, theories and methodologies related to the area of study
  • CE2- Understanding key factors and agents in International Relations
  • CE3- Knowledge and understanding of the Modern History of International Relations
  • CE4- Knowledge and understanding of political ideas and their historical evolution
  • CE5- Understanding of and ability to compare the main current types of government and political systems
  • CE6- Knowledge and critical understanding of the main debates in contemporary political theory and philosophy
  • CE7- Ability to relate ideas and data about the contemporary international world
  • CE8 - Knowledge of economic theory and reasoning, and ability to apply this knowledge to international issues
  • CE9- Knowledge and understanding of the international political economy
  • CE10- Knowledge and understanding of the financial and commercial aspects of international economic relations
  • CE11- Knowledge of basic terminology, theories and methodologies of Law
  • CE12- Knowledge and understanding of the international legal framework and of international organizations
  • CE13- Understanding of the institutional system of the European Union
  • CE14- Ability to use analytical and interpretive skills in matters and phenomena related to international affairs
  • CE15- Knowledge of and ability to critically analyze important matters and events on the current international agenda
  • CE16- Knowledge of Spain's foreign policy and its position and significance within the international system
  • CE17- Knowledge of international aid cooperation
  • CE18- Understanding the concept of Security and its sub-phenomena
  • CE19- Ability to analyze current structures, changes and challenge related to the international security system
  • CE20- Knowledge of the historical, political, economic, social and cultural dimensions of the large geographical areas of the world
  • CE21- Advanced written and spoken knowledge of foreign languages in professional settings
  • CE22- Ability to act effectively in situations of intercultural communication
  • CE23- Knowledge of the culture of the foreign languages used for work
  • CE24- Ability to understand texts related to the different fields of study
  • CE25- Ability to express oneself orally and in writing in various professional areas
  • CE26- Ability to integrate IT, linguistic, organizational and management tools in a broad-reaching academic project and a professional internship
  • CE27- Ability to identify, reflect on and manage ethical conflicts, dilemmas and problems, and create strategies to overcome them
  • CE28- Promoting the analysis of international realities from an ethical professional perspective
  • CE29-  Development of social awareness based on identifying the root causes of social problems in order to promote and strengthen justice

Main Campus Alberto Aguilera, 23

Location

c/ Alberto Aguilera, 23
28015 Madrid
Tel.: +34 91 542 28 00 Fax: +34 91 559 65 69 
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Transport

(Timetable)

Subway:
Argüelles (Lines 3, 4 y 6); 
San Bernardo (Line 2 and 4) and 
Ventura Rodriguez (Line 3)

Busses (EMT):
Lines 1, 2, 21, 44, 133, 202 and C.

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