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Master’s in Business Administration Madrid

The master’s aims to equip you with the skills you need to take on positions of responsibility at leading companies. You will discover how to use a range of technologies to transform and optimise any business. You’ll acquire a deep understanding of the different units that make up a company, including finance, marketing, sales, HR, operations, strategy, and technology and innovation.

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By developing a global vision of managing a business, you will learn to operate in a real environment with case studies from leading organisations.

  • Face to face
  • Start: 22 oct. 2021
  • 9 Months
  • 60 ECTS
  • Title issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid
  • Communications and Social Sciences Faculty
  • Alcobendas

Get a 50% discount on the reservation fee if you register before January 31st.

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Why study the MBA at Universidad Europea?

  • Challenge Based Learning: Thanks to our Challenge Based Learning model, you will learn by completing real case studies from leading multinationals, using tools such as Cognos. With simulations, role plays, masterclasses, case studies and visits to world-leading companies, you’ll be primed for an impactful global career.
  • Tech Experience: You will master the planning and management tools used by companies today, ensuring you are fully prepared to respond to any business challenge.
  • Employability: Stand out in the employment market by completing professional internships and accessing our exclusive job portal.
  • A Unique Experience: Our teaching methodology trains you to assume positions of responsibility. Upon completion of the MBA, you will be shaped into an impactful leader with solid technical expertise coupled with indispensable management skills.
  • You will master in-demand tools and techniques, including planning analytics and design thinking,while acquiring the management and communication skills—such as neuromanagement and mindfulness—needed to motivate and lead teams.



This MBA is an official degree recognised internationally and throughout Europe. It is aimed at professionals who wish to possess a 360-degree practical understanding of the different areas that make up a business.

The programme is particularly aimed at university graduates from diverse fields of study who are interested in acquiring the theoretical and practical skills needed to manage a business, as well as those who wish to develop an entrepreneurial skillset.

In addition, the programme is suitable for those individuals who are interested in tackling challenges to innovation and wish to continuously learn throughout their professional lives.

Our students possess a range of university degrees in areas such as: engineering, law, healthcare sciences, business management, economics, and more. All of our students are eager to complete their training and acquire the professional experience needed to develop a global, integrated and strategic understanding of business.



Internships at companies are included in the master’s programme.


Employability rate

89% of our students find a job in less than 12 months after completing their studies.



You can specialise in Digital Technologies, Health and Wellbeing, Retail and e-Commerce.


Discover an innovative, flexible and personalized academic model that integrates face-to-face and virtual training with cutting-edge technology.


A hands-on experience set in fully-equipped facilities that recreate today’s working environments. A vast faculty made up of real-world professionals will lead classes that are directly related to their career experience, guaranteeing you will constantly apply your learning to real-world contexts right from day one.


In the extended classroom, you’ll be able to attend classes in person on campus or connect remotely through the digital classrooms. You’ll interact in real time from wherever you are with cameras, 360° microphones and smart boards. What’s more, you’ll have access to hands-on virtual activities in the form of simulations, gamification and virtual labs, with no limit to the number of practical classes you can take.


Personalise your education by exploring the digital content, and exclusive elements available to you, such as introductory courses, workshops, masterclasses and webinars with prestigious experts, as well as virtual simulations that leverage interactive virtual reality and gamification, allowing you to practice your skills at your own speed.


Our partners are leaders in technology

The MBA features the invaluable participation of top executives and former directors of leading companies. These experts not only contribute to teaching, but help to immerse students in the professional world with real case studies. These individuals come up from world-class companies such as:

  • PepsiCo
  • Bank of the Province of Buenos Aires
  • SOS Cuetara
  • Indra Sistemas
  • Banco Santander
  • The Sensory Lab


Much more than a campus. Our academic model is designed to accelerate your success.

You will learn in one of the most powerful business epicentres in Spain, just outside Madrid.

Visits from experts gave us practical insight into how different technologies are used in the real world.

Willie Betancourt

Global Product Manager - Telefónica R+D

Master’s Alumnus

The MBA introduced me to kindred spirits with whom I enjoyed close collaboration. I also developed entrepreneurship skills that I’m excited to continue growing.

Antonio Angulo Ortega

Head os UX - Minsait

Master’s Alumnus

The MBA gave me a global mindset and a complete understanding of the way businesses operate.

Carmen Cambero

Apps and Gaming Coordinator - La Liga

Master’s Alumna

You are about to embark on a life-changing experience

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Scholarships and Grants

We want to help you. If you choose to study at Universidad Europea, you will have the opportunity to apply for a wide range of UE and official scholarships.

What will you learn?

During this master’s, you will learn to lead different areas of a company and understand how to manage a business from a global perspective with real case studies from top-tier multinationals. You’ll discover how to use the management and planning tools used by world-leading companies today. A range of masterclasses, simulations and role plays will prepare you to become an impactful global leader.

Study Plan

Official Degree

Upon completion of this programme, students receive an official Master’s in Business Administration degree issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid.

Syllabus Structure

The Master’s in Business Administration offers students the opportunity to become specialised in specific sectors, such as: health and wellness, retail and e-commerce, and digital technologies. Students can choose one of these specialties by completing two specific modules: environmental analysis and strategy, and management of operations.

Study Program: Master in Business Administration








MODULE I: General Management



The contents are organized into the following study units:

- Management Skills

- Organizational structure and people management.

- Global vision, entrepreneurial spirit and decision-making.

- Business ethics and corporate social responsibility.



MODULE II: Environment analysis and strategy



The subject is organized into the following study units:

- Economic Environment.

- Legal Environment.

- Introduction to strategic analysis.

- Sector Analysis.

- Internal Analysis.

- Strategies for expansion and internationalization.



MODULE III: Accounting and Finances



The content is grouped into the following units:

- Accounting for leadership.

- Advanced accounting.

- Management control.

- Business diagnostics and sustainable financial strategy design.

- Valuation of investments.

- Sources of financing.

- Valuing companies.



MODULE IV: Marketing and Communications



The contents are grouped into the following units:

- Strategic Marketing.

- The product.

- The Price.

- The commercial distribution.

- Communication.

- Market research.



MODULE V: Operations Management



The content is grouped into the following areas:

- General aspects of operations management.

- Operations strategies.

- Operations management.

- Materials management.

- Activity planning.

- Systems for improving operations.



MODULE VI: Commercial Management



The content is grouped into the following areas:

- Introduction to Commercial Management.

- Sales in complex environments.

- Sales organization.

- Management of sales teams.

- Sales channels.



MODULE VII: Technology and innovation



The content is grouped into the following areas:

- Technological environment, technology and information systems.

- Strategic role of information systems.

- Innovation and business changes.

- Tools for innovation management.

- Information society and e-Business.

- New trends.



MODULE VIII: Professional internships



Applying skills and content acquired to practice. The student will undertake professional tasks under the supervision of a supervisor in a company and an academic tutor, who will guide this process of introduction into the practical application of the skills and contents of the program.



MODULE IX: End of Master Thesis Project



The development of the End of Master Thesis Project will take place in a group, using as a basis the knowledge acquired during the different modules and the professional internships. Students will always be guided by their tutor and evaluated by a panel.



Basic Skills

The basic skills are:

  • BS1: Students possess the required knowledge and understanding that provides a basis or springboard for originality in the development and/or application of ideas, often in a research context.
  • BS2: Students can apply the knowledge they have acquired and are able to solve problems in any new or unfamiliar situation which may arise within a broader or multidisciplinary context relating to their area of study.
  • BS3: When faced with the difficulty of making tough decisions, students can apply what they know, and, when information is limited, they can take into account and apply the social and ethical responsibilities associated to the situation.
  • BS4: Students can communicate their conclusions—and the knowledge and rationale behind them—to both specialised and non-specialised audiences in a clear and unambiguous manner.
  • BS5: Students possess learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that is largely self-led or independent.

Cross-disciplinary skills

The master’s cross-disciplinary skills include:

  • TS01. Ethical values: Ability to think and act according to universal principles and apply these to personal and professional development, entailing a commitment to certain social values.
  • TS02. Independent learning: Students are able to select, search, analyse, evaluate and manage information from various sources. In addition, they can independently put into practice what they have learned.
  • TS03. Teamwork: Students are able to integrate into a team and collaborate actively with other people, disciplines and/or organisations in order to attain common goals.
  • TS04. Written/Verbal Communication: Students are able to transmit and receive data, ideas, opinions and attitudes and attain an action. Verbal communication being communication through words and gestures, and written communication being information that is written and/or visually conveyed.
  • TS05. Analysis and problem-solving: Students are able to critically evaluate information, break down complex situations into their working parts, and recognise patterns and consider other alternatives, approaches, and perspectives to find optimal solutions and conduct efficient negotiations.
  • TS06. Students are able to adapt to change: they can accept, value and integrate different positions, adapting their own view as required, as well as working effectively in ambiguous situations.
  • TS07. Leadership: Students are able to lead, motivate and guide others—recognising their capabilities and strengths—to efficiently manage their development and common interests.
  • TS08. Entrepreneurial spirit: Students can take on and carry out activities which create new opportunities, anticipate problems or lead to improvements.
  • TS09. Global outlook: Students are able to show interest and understand other standards and cultures, recognise one’s own inclinations and work effectively in a global community.

Specific Skills

The specific skills you will learn on this master’s include:

  • SS1: The capacity to make decisions taking into account different aspects of the company, considering both external and internal factors.
  • SS2: The capacity to analyse problems and find solutions as a team to reach certain business objectives.
  • SS3: To lead, from an integral ethical perspective, projects and teams valuing the impact of their decisions on the benefits, the market, people and society.
  • SS4: To possess an in-depth understanding of large global economic areas and ability to turn them into competitive advantages for the growth of the company within its sector.
  • SS5: To undertake sector-specific analysis to establish strategies in the medium and long term and in a specific sector, using different analytical instruments and reflection strategies.
  • SS6: The capacity to design a corporate social responsibility (CSR) policy for each business in accordance with new trends and business practices.
  • SS7: The capacity to define objectives, organise resources and apply negotiation techniques from a responsible viewpoint and under a multicultural perspective respecting diversity.
  • SS8: Dominate the concepts and strategic tools for the organisational dimension of the company and be able to select the best strategic alternative for each market and company.
  • SS9 The capacity to dominate the management tools for the operations of a company, as well as the business practices of reference to ensure the efficiency of the activity in question and the fulfillment of the objectives set.
  • SS10 To design plans in different areas (marketing, communications, sales, finance, production, human resources) using coordination criteria in accordance with general company strategy.
  • SS11 To master key leading concepts for defining new organisational structures and to be able to implement plans for change or adapt in order to optimise resource and knowledge management.
  • SS12 To apply and convert into an action everything learned in one of the decision-making areas of a company with professional internships, demonstrating the skills acquired in order to successfully integrate into a business team.

Academic calendar



External internship rules

Internships are a key component of your training. Acquiring experience after what you have learnt in your degree programme 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 they are evaluated by midterm and final reports.

If you want to take your work experience to the next level before finishing your university education, you can pursue an extracurricular 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.

Professional Internships

You will complete professional internships with companies in the sector. These internships are part of the academic programme and will be evaluated as part of each student’s training in business management. Professional internships are a unique opportunity for students to put the theory and skills they develop on the master’s into practice at real companies.

We provide a job search engine featuring a large selection of companies and opportunities, and the Professional Careers Department is on hand to give you all the advice and resources you need to find a professional internship that best suits your profile and aspirations.

Collaborating Companies

The MBA features directors from important companies who contribute towards teaching and bring their professional expertise to life in the classroom by analysing real case studies with students. Collaborators include individuals from:

  • PepsiCo
  • Mediaset España Comunicación, S.A.
  • GEFCO Group
  • Indra Sistemas
  • Ozono Capital Partners
  • Avalmadrid
  • Ebook Publicaciones, S.L.
  • Avanza Learning, S.L.

One of the fundamental features of Universidad Europea programmes is their close link to the business world. We collaborate with highly regarded companies at all stages, from the conception and design of different programmes to the composition of the faculty and student body.


The entire Master’s in Business Administration* is taught by teachers with outstanding academic profiles—most of whom hold doctorates—and professionals with extensive national and international experience at companies across industries and sectors. 70% of the master’s faculty hold doctorates.

Dr. Javier Camacho Ibáñez

Programme Director. A doctor in economics and business, Javier holds an Executive MBA from IESE and is a telecommunications engineer. The founder of several entrepreneurial initiatives, he combines his role as a consultant and general manager of companies with his teaching and research work.

Dr. Inmaculada Mateos

Inmaculada holds a PhD in public economics from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and is an economics and business sciences graduate from the same university, where she specialised in quantitative economics. She combines directing the master’s degree with her teaching work and research at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Communications at Universidad Europea, in the field of taxation.

D. Juan Castillo

A computer engineer from the Polytechnic University of Madrid, he has 20 years of international experience at IBM, with responsibilities including: software director for Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel; senior executive assistant to the Vice President of Systems at IBM at the Headquarters of IBM (New York); manager of Middleware Systems for Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel and manager of Software and Cloud Solutions for Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel. He is currently Systems Director for Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel.

Javier Camacho Martínez

A technical engineer in informatic management, Javier is an expert in project management with more than 20 years of experience in national and international development projects. He currently works as Cloud Integration Expert Labs Program Manager at IBM. An expert in project management and computer systems for fraud detection, he has developed his professional career for more than 20 years in the areas of business development, product development and fraud detection in companies such as Unión Fenosa, Indra and IBM.

Pablo Esteban

Professor of the accounting and finance module, Pablo holds a doctorate cum laude in business financial economics and a bachelor’s in economics and business. With a degree in advanced studies and research proficiency in financial economics of the company program of management development, he is currently a Representative and Director of the Office in Spain of the Province of Buenos Aires Bank and is Vice-President of the Spanish Association of Foreign Banks Representatives. Previously, he was the director of EBN Bank.

  • Angela Larrubia Ansón
    With a bachelor’s in biochemistry and molecular biology and a bachelor’s physical education and sport sciences, Angela holds an Executive MBA and is an expert in mindfulness in health contexts. Her professional career has been developed in the field of technology consulting and project management, especially in systems management and security. She is currently Director of Training Services at IBM.
  • Virginia Gomez
    With a degree in informatics, Virginia is currently in the IBM CIO team of Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel and has been certified as a PMP and IBM Senior Project Manager since 2003. She is a mentor in IBM’s Project Management career and has extensive experience in managing projects with a special focus on infrastructure and communications.
  • Jaime Calero Gómez Acebo
    A consultant for digital strategy and customer experience at IBM iX, Jaime has extensive experience in retail and travel & transport sectors where he leads solutions to improve the customer experience through artificial intelligence. He has specialised in the implementation of ‘cognitive customer care’ solutions in several sectors. He previously worked at the Center for Complex Network Research at Northeastern University in Boston.
  • Álvaro Bernad
    With a graduate’s degree in business, an MBA, a PDG, Álvaro is a participant in the Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program of MIT in Boston. He is the CEO and founding partner of MIDE (the Madrid Innovation Driven Ecosystem) and has more than 25 years of experience leading FMCG companies such as Coca-Cola Europe or Calidad Pascual in marketing, sales, innovation and digital transformation. He is passionate about open innovation and working with entrepreneurs.
  • Ángel Castán
    Ángel is responsible for the consumer and T&T industry at IBM, where he started just over a decade ago. Since 2011, the technology group has been developing a business line that applies cognitive skills to sectors such as fashion, tourism or large distribution. He developed his professional career in companies such as Fujitsu, Accenture and SAP, and has worked extensively in the areas of interaction with consumers (customer experience, customer service, marketing, sales, and more).
  • Ignacio Cabrera
    Ignacio has worked professionally for over 15 years in the analysis and exploitation of data, mainly in areas of project management and business development within the most relevant companies in the sector. He has been working for IBM for more than 10 years where he is currently the leader of the data science & artificial intelligence software segment at IBM.
  • Franclim Bento
    A solutions architect at IBM Garage, Franclim has worked on innovative projects with customers on different initiatives, in areas such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, blockchain, analytics and automation. He has extensive experience in process automation in different industries, and has worked as Lead Solutions Architect in IBM’s European Lab Services team for Digital Business Automation.
  • José Miguel Rico de la Hera
    A telecommunications engineer with an MBA from Warwick Business School, José is a member of the Board of Directors of the Spanish Consultancy Association representing IBM, chairing the Differential Value Commission. He has more than 20 years of experience in the consulting sector, having worked at PwC previously, and has extensive experience in business transformation and innovation where technology plays an important role (IA, blockchain, RPA, etc.). He has a deep understanding of consumer sectors like retail and CPG.
  • Víctor Carralero Salmerón
    An experienced sales manager with a proven track record in the information technology and services industry, Víctor has extensive Cloud, analytics, IA and enterprise software skills. He has been working for IBM for more than 15 years with many different roles in sales and technology. He is currently the Hybrid Cloud Manager for Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel.
  • Iñaki Ugalde
    Currently responsible for business development in IBM’s Cognitive Process Services area, he is an industrial engineer and has developed his career in process consulting, where he has led large transformation projects combining business management with innovation.
  • Jaime Berrocal Prat
    IBM consultant for the financial sector working with the largest banks in Spain and Portugal. Previously, he worked to better the development of business solutions for banking. Most recently, he was the Head of Cloud Solutions for Banking. He is currently in charge of the IBM Blockchain business and responsible for IBM Watson and Cloud Banking Solutions.
  • Emmanuel Rosseler Rivera
    Executive of the IBM Security Europe Business Unit. He has been working in the IT industry for more than 18 years and in the information security industry for 8 years. He leads IBM’s security sales teams, and is responsible for security with service initiatives across Europe.
  • Juan Andrés Avilés Sánchez
    A senior telecommunications engineer, Juan has more than 20 years of experience in the IT sector, mainly at IBM Spain. He is currently the technical director for Spain, Portugal and Greece. He manages a team of system architects with a focus on industrial, cognitive and Cloud solutions.
  • Carlos Creus Olgado
    Account Partner responsible for Telefónica at IBM Business Consulting Services and former Cognitive and Analytics Practices Leader for Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel. He has experience in industry sector (IP & AUTO), tourism & hospitality, pharma & life science and distribution sectors, and holds an MBA at IBM, an IESE Programme for PwC Top Talent and a Master’s in Computer Science.
  • Dr. Jorge Lopez Cifre
    With a PhD in economics, a master’s in control and strategic planning, general management and several postgraduate programmes. He has more than 25 years of experience in the private sector and has held a range of management and consultant positions. Previously, he was the general manager of a hydrocolloid company, and created a business network covering all five continents.
  • Dr Patricia Soriano
    With a PhD in economics and business and over 15 years working for the Big Four, her research areas include: Big Data applied to the world of transactions and financial analysis of annual accounts. In the professional field, she began her career as an auditor at Deloitte. She currently works in EY in the Transaction Advisory Services department, where she is dedicated to financial control/tracking, productivity analysis and customer allocation and CRM management.
  • Dr. Ángel Andreu
    With a PhD, Dr. Andreu is currently an advisor to industrial and manufacturing companies (INHISA group). He leads the advising, implementation and launch of technological projects and market development for various companies (A2A Solutions). He has been a director in the private and public sector (INI, European Commission-DG XXIII, Inespal group, Foarsa, Sodican) in national, international or corporate positions (PwC SCG, Lucas Varity Corp, Yves Rocher, Office Depot).
  • Dr. Carlos Andreu
    With a PhD, a Master’s in Engineering. Executive PDG, and Executive Master in Sales and Marketing, Dr. Andreu is an international executive in marketing, sales, and business development in high tech corporations. He has worked as general manager, CEO and international executive VP in high tech, IT, telecom and consulting services in Europe, USA and LATAM.
  • Alejandro de Pablo Cabrera
    With a PhD Cum Laude in business, he is mentor and advisor for entrepreneurs. His professional experience spans more than 25 years working at national and multinational companies like Coca-Cola, Disney, Grupo Prisa mainly in the areas of marketing, sales and business development.
  • Marcello D'Avino
    He is currently a Product Manager at OBS (Olympic Broadcasting Services) and a member of the executive committee of the IE Supply Chain Club. He has a degree in industrial engineering with a specialisation in logistics and production from the University Federico II in Naples (Italy), and an Executive MBA. He has developed his professional career with strong links to the world of technology. He has extensive experience in international projects having collaborated with the largest operators or providers of IT services worldwide.
  • Martín Coedo
    Currently an Associate Partner in the financial sector at IBM Global Business Services, he holds a degree in economics, a master’s in capital markets and an MBA. He has developed his career in consulting, strategy and software mainly in the financial sector.
  • Mariano Garrido
    IBM Industrial Solution Architect with 21 years’ experience as IBM technical staff. Mariano is responsible for ensuring a high level of client satisfaction, and proposes platforms, designs and infrastructure solutions including leading edge, highly complex and enterprise level solutions (including cognitive solutions, Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 initiatives).
  • Igor Soto
    Currently, he is the leading partner of the financial services sector in IBM Global Business Services for Spain, Portugal, Greece and Israel. An industrial engineer, he has developed his professional career at Accenture and IBM as a consultant closely linked to the financial services sector in banking and insurance.
  • Juan Carlos Sanchez Rosado
    Industrial engineer and PDD in business administration. With proven experience in consulting and IT industry, expert in business processes, IT Governance, CRM, Global Delivery and People Management. Since joining the consulting world, he has led and developed numerous projects from strategic projects to the implementation of new processes and systems.
  • Belén Martín López
    She is currently head of Cloud services at IBM for Spain, Portugal, Israel and Greece. She holds a degree in theoretical physics and an MBA, and is currently studying a Master’s in Strategy from the University of Oxford. She has developed her professional career in the financial sector, within various products, segments, customers and countries.
  • Iñaki Ugalde
    Currently Business Development Director in the area of Cognitive Process Services at IBM, Iñaki is an industrial engineer who has developed his career in process consulting, where he has led major transformation projects in which he has combined business management with a strong innovation component. In his professional career he has developed a clear client-orientated approach and deep knowledge of various sectors including: industry, distribution, telecommunications and banking.
  • Jesús Arteche
    He is currently Cloud Architect at the IBM WorldWide team, covering large and strategic accounts, and holds a M.S in electronics and a M.S. in telecommunications from Cantabria University (Spain). Jesús has won two IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement award. He focused his career on Cloud from his early professional life, working as a sysadmin, founding his own cloud company and currently working with the largest IBM WorldWide clients on their first-of-a-kind Cloud missions.
  • Javier Díaz Diéguez
    He is an industrial engineer with a specialty in electronics and automation and a diploma in business administration. His professional career has been developed in consulting in the banking and insurance sectors. Javier has taught courses on new technologies and artificial intelligence, as well as presentations at sectoral forums such as Insurance Week, Insurance Revolution, eShow, Madrid Insurance, Geiser Innova and others. He is currently commercial manager for the insurance sector at IBM.
  • Lucía Andaluz Antón
    Professor of the Internship Module.


Enhance your personal capabilities and leadership skills at Universidad Europea.

Internships play a key role in your training. Acquiring experience after what you have learnt in your degree programme 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 they are evaluated by midterm and final reports.

If you want to take your work experience to the next level before finishing your university education, you can pursue an extracurricular internship.


According to Infoempleo and Adecco, 42.3% of new job openings in Spain are in the digital sector.

  • LinkedIn data reveals that, in the next five years, two million new technology-related roles will be created in Spain.
  • CEDEFOP states that, in the short term, 90% of job openings will require some kind of digital competency.

Your career begins here

Alongside leading professionals and companies at the forefront of the industry.


  • 92% employed in less than one year.

  • Partnerships and agreements with the leading companies in your sector.


  • Put your knowledge into practice by working on real cases.

  • Top-quality laboratories and facilities.

  • Study with leading experts in your field.

Admissions Process

Admissions to the Graduate School at Universidad Europea are open year-round, although registration in any of its programmes is subject to the number of spaces available.

If you would like to receive personalised advice from the Postgraduate Admissions team, you can visit us at one of our two campuses—Alcobendas or Villaviciosa de Odón—or contact us by phone or email.

Telephone: (+34) 91 740 72 72 or e-mail: postgrado@universidadeuropea.es.


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New candidate profile and access to the program

The Master’s in Business Administration* is especially aimed at professionals who wish to complement their training with a comprehensive and highly practical understanding of the different areas that make up a company.

This programme is specifically aimed at university graduates of varied fields who are interested in developing a role in business management. It is also aimed at those professionals who are interested in taking on innovation challenges and continuing their professional development throughout their careers.

Our students possess a range of university degrees in areas such as: engineering, law, healthcare sciences, business management, economics, and more. All of our students are eager to complete their training and acquire the professional experience needed to develop a global, integrated and strategic understanding of business.

Access Requirements

Official Spanish university degree or other degree issued by a higher education centre belonging to another country in the European Higher Education Area.

Degrees issued in accordance with educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area do not need to be officially recognised, as long as the University can ascertain that the level of study is equivalent to the corresponding official university degree in Spain and allows access in the home country to postgraduate studies. Access through this channel is not, in any case, an official recognition of the previous university degree in Spain nor is it recognising anything other than access to this master’s degree.

Places available


Admissions Process

Admissions are rolling throughout the year for the Universidad Europea Graduate School programmes according to the availability of places.

For personalised advice, you can go to either of our university campuses (Alcobendas or Villaviciosa de Odón), or contact us by phone: 902 23 23 50 or e-mail: postgrado@universidadeuropea.es.

Having decided to apply, you will need to provide the following documentation:

  • Application Form
  • Copy of your ID
  • Copy of your Degree Certificate
  • CV

The Postgraduate Admissions Team will contact you and advise you on the next steps depending on your programme of interest. It will likely involve a personal interview with the programme director or a member of the Admissions Committee.

*The admissions process involves no cost to the candidate.

Credit recognition and centre transfers

If you would like to receive a personalised credit recognition plan quickly, free and without any commitment, you can do so here.

Regulations for credit transfer and recognition


Quality guarantee

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.


Internal Quality Control System

Universidad Europea has established an internal quality control system in accordance with the directives of the Fundación para el Conocimiento Madri+d, Regional Agency for the Evaluation of the Quality of Universities, as a structure for guaranteeing the quality of new degrees in accordance with the quality directives of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) and Organic Law 4/2007 of 12 April modifying Organic Law 6/2001 of 21 December on Universities.


University regulations


System of complaints, claims, and suggestions

Universidad Europea has made the ‘General Online Application’ available to resolve any questions, queries or complaints.

Members of the CCT

The Degree Quality Committee is the entity responsible for vertical coordination to guarantee the quality of the degree through the elaboration and supervision of the Action and Improvement Plan.

This committee is made up of the main departments involved in the degree:

  • Director of the Postgraduate Programme
  • Postgraduate Vice-Dean
  • Quality Controller
  • Final Master’s Project Coordinator
  • Internship Coordinator
  • Reference Professor
  • Postgraduate Academic Coordinator
  • CCSS Quality Controller
  • Student Representative

This committee gets together periodically throughout the academic year, including:

At the start of the year, to establish the action plan and analyse the main difficulties. This first meeting is attended by student representatives with the aim of gathering their opinions and hearing any issues they may highlight. The agenda of this meeting deals with the following: Issues with the start of the course, latest news, coordination of the programme, coordinating the study areas, learning guides, public information on the website, professional internships, Final Master’s Project, and expectations of students and teachers. Additionally, the Action and Improvement Plan for the current academic year is designed.

Half-way through the course, the Committee meets to evaluate the progress of the established plan.

Finally, the Committee meets again at the end of the course to evaluate the fulfillment level and analyse the programme’s deployment.

Process results

Main degree results

Student Services

Management Sevices

Guidance Services

Student Information Services

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