Taught 100% in English, the Global Dual Bachelor’s Degree in International Business & International Relations will train you to be a professional capable of managing the department of a company or institution in the sector, in an employment market with a growing demand.
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|Villaviciosa de Odón||360 ECTS|
|Start: 20 sep. 2021||Title issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid|
|5 Years||School of Social Sciences and Communication.|
Imagine working in an international environment, identifying which challenges of globalization need to be taken into account in business and decision making.
Create solutions for global challenges.
The Bachelor’s Degree in International Business and International Relations, taught entirely in English, prepares you for assuming a leadership role to tackle the difficulties of today's globalized world. It has a demanding curriculum that offers you solid academic and practical training from the economics, business, trade and international relations perspectives.
You will complete two international exchanges during your third year, choosing from more than 100 destinations thanks to our agreements with the best universities in Europe, North America and Asia.
Learn how to professionally interact with different international agents, from states and public and private institutions to multinationals, international organisations and NGOs.
You will study an ambitious program in order to become a global professional capable of holding a business position in any country and any socio-economic environment.
From day one, you will connect with the professional world thanks to: a CV created with company collaboration; faculty members working in banking, business or international trade; and compulsory internships.
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You will study an ambitious program to become a global professional capable of holding a business position in any country and under any socioeconomic environment. You will gain a work profile with a great capacity for management and leadership, an integral vision of the company and an international perspective. You will be immersed in a professional reality from day one: a CV designed with company collaboration; a faculty made up of professors in who work in banking, business or international trade and compulsory internships that allow you to live and learn about the profession.
|1||Accounting and Financial Analysis||6||DR||EN|
|1||The Economic Environment||6||DR||EN|
|1||Environments: Cultural, Political and Legal||6||DR||EN|
|1||Fundamentals of International Business||6||DR||EN|
|1||Language A I||6||DR||EN|
|1||Introduction to Marketing||6||DR||EN|
|1||Principles of Business Management||6||DR||EN|
|1||History and Theory of International Relations||6||DR||EN|
|1||Human Rights and Development Cooperation||6||DR||EN|
|2||Financial Accounting and Management Control in the International Enviroment||6||DR||EN|
|2||Sources of International Finance||6||DR||EN|
|2||Language A II||6||DR||EN|
|2||Human, Economic and Political Geography||6||DR||EN|
|2||Concepts of International Relations: Actors and Factors||6||DR||EN|
|3||International Law and Contracting||6||DR||EN|
|3||International Strategic Management||6||DR||EN|
|3||Human Resources Management||6||DR||EN|
|3||Managerial and Negotiation Skills||6||DR||EN|
|3||Language A III||6||DR||EN|
|3||Production Management and International Operations||6||DR||EN|
|4||Distribution and Logistics||6||DR||EN|
|4||International Business Ethics||6||DR||EN|
|4||Emerging Markets and Developed Countries||6||DR||EN|
|4||International Negotiation and Diplomacy||6||DR||EN|
|4||Environmental Hazards and Climate Change||6||DR||EN|
|4||Graduation Project: Global Bachelor's Degree in International Business||6||DR||EN|
|4||Theory of State and Comparative Political Systems||6||DR||EN|
|4||Comparative Legal Systems||6||DR||EN|
|5||Public International Law||6||DR||EN|
|5||Cultural Differences and Interculturality||6||DR||EN|
|5||Spain's Foreign Policy||6||DR||EN|
|5||International Terrorism and Organised Crime||6||DR||EN|
|5||The United Nations||6||DR||EN|
|5||Theory and Analysis of International Conflicts||6||DR||EN|
|5||Diplomatic and Consular Law||6||DR||EN|
|5||Defence and Security Alliances||6||DR||EN|
|5||Image Abroad and Public Diplomacy||6||DR||EN|
|5||International Legal Conflicts||6||DR||EN|
|5||Graduation Project: Global Bachelor's Degree in International Relations||6||DR||EN|
External internship regulations
Internships are a key component of your training. Acquiring experience after what you have learnt in your degree is the best way to enter the employment market. There are two types of internships: curricular—which are included in your study plan—and extracurricular—which you can do on a voluntary basis.
In order to complete curricular internships in companies, you will need to have 50% of the credits approved and to register the subject before starting your internship. These internships are monitored by the company and the internship coordinator, and interim and final reports are prepared for evaluation.
If you want to take your work experience to the next level before finishing your university education, you can pursue an extra-curricular internship. You can do them in any academic year, but keep in mind that internships are a formative complement to your studies; therefore, the more knowledge you have acquired throughout your studies, the more you will benefit from the internship experience.
Universidad Europea has signed over 3,000 agreements with different institutions, companies or financial institutions, such as Banco Santander, Deloitte, Adidas, Telefónica, Grupo Día, Accenture, Phillips Ibérica, Microsoft, PWC, Salesforce, etc.
Universidad Europea has 253 agreements for study abroad exchanges which sometimes allow for international internships, such as with the University of Berkeley or McGill.
Additionally, it is worth noting the professional projection of these students in international organizations which continuously require students from this discipline, such as:
The faculty on this degree has 70% of doctors.
A cutting-edge syllabus focused on the market, an experiential academic model, an international outlook and compulsory internships make up the core of the degree, increasing your employability and entrepreneurial capacity and making it easier for you to access the national and international job market. As a Graduate in International Business and International Relations, you will be highly skilled with an international projection, fully capacitated for the international management of a company. You will acquire the knowledge, techniques, skills and conduct needed in international business culture. This is a culture that demands professionals with multidisciplinary knowledge, solid management and business techniques, economic and language skills, geopolitical knowledge, an understanding of how institutions work and international experience. You will acquire the latter through international exchanges during your degree.
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Universidad Europea is renowned for its academic excellence and has been recognised worldwide with awards as prestigious as the European Seal of Excellence 500+, QualiCert certification, and the Madrid Excellence award.
In the international accreditation rating, QS Stars, Universidad Europea has obtained a total of four stars out of five. This external accreditation system determines the level of excellence achieved by universities in several areas. Universidad Europea has achieved the maximum score of five stars in employability, teaching, facilities and social responsibility.
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