Master in Global Entrepreneurship and Management
Objectives: To provide university graduates from the business studies and economics areas with training and practical experience in global markets, which will enable them to take on company management and direction posts and organisations in international markets.
The Masters is provided jointly with the University of San Francisco (USA) and the Fu Jen University in Taipei (Taiwan) and represents a unique experience in the sphere of global markets. For 12 months full-time students experience everything involved in living and interacting in the three geographic settings (Barcelona in Europe, Taipei in Asia and San Francisco in the USA), since the timed itinerary comprises:
- First term (September-December) in the IQS (Barcelona, Spain)
- Second term (January-April) in Fu Jen University (Taipei, Taiwan)
- Third term (May-August) in the University of San Francisco (USA)
The Masters covers a total of 60 ECTS credits and is given exclusively in English.
University graduates from any of the spheres related to the areas of Business and economics, whether from Spain or abroad.
Candidates must accredit a level of English that is the equivalent of a TOEFL of 550 (80 Internet Based Score) or equivalent proof to be assessed by the Admission Committee.
12 months full-time (full dedication is required).
Course starts: 1 September 2011
Course ends: 31 August 2012
€24.000 (€400 ECTS ) (course 2012/13)
Costs arising from transport and accommodation in the three centres of the Masters are not included in the registration fee.
The recommended profile is that of a student in possession of a university degree in Business Administration and Direction or similar.
In any case, the university qualification holder must possess and understand the knowledge befitting the different areas of the world of the enterprise, with the Admissions Committee, after studying the candidate's qualification and professional CV, deciding on the suitability of the candidate to take the Masters or the need to take complementary training courses as a requisite for admission.
The candidates must accredit a level of English that is the equivalent of a TOEFL of 550 (80 Internet Based Score) or equivalent proof to be assessed by the Admission Committee.