Master's Degree in Innovation in Spain

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A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

Master in Innovation programs are becoming of greater interest to students as employers are seeking creative, qualified, and outside-the-box thinkers. Students will not only gain knowledge of innovation studies and theory, but also how these can apply to the real world.

Spain (Spanish: España) is a diverse country sharing the Iberian Peninsula with Portugal at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea. Spain is considered an exotic country in Europe due to its friendly inhabitants and relaxed lifestyle. The normal duration for University courses in Spain is 4 years, except Medicine and the double degrees, which are 6. Madrid and Barcelona are well known cities around world for its cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and world-famous folklore and festivities.

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MA In Design And Product Development

Escuela Superior de Diseño de Barcelona
Online Full time 12 months November 2017 Spain Barcelona

Meet the tools necessary for the generation of a product from the first contact with the company through the different stages of development. [+]

Best Masters in Innovation in Spain 2017. How should an object? Think how it must have, for example, a chair, without having assessed before anything that affects our future chair itself, or in essence, the idea of ​​"gimmick" to support the buttocks; not only would like to start the cart before the horse, we would risk that it would be useless. Would he then meet our "gimmick" your goal? Clearly, an object must be beautiful to generate attraction to the potential consumer; but what value would generate a more beautiful chair, if uncomfortable, does not fit well with the table, mars the pavement when I move, does not fit the budget of the company, ... Worthless. Whenever not clearly specify the briefing we had to do an uncomfortable chair; for example, for a visitor not feel at ease and leave quickly. In this master's degree in product design propose understand how not the objective, but as a consequence. When all factors to consider (business, social context, target audience, usability, functionality, ...) are determined and analyzed by the student, the form will cease to be somewhat arbitrary. The program provides industrial design tools needed for the generation of a product from the first contact with the company through the different stages of development. GOALS The main objectives of this program are: To provide the knowledge and skills to create new objects. Training the ability to create creative, formally and conceptually innovative products. Learn to make and justify decisions that affect the outcome. Develop their own methodologies for the design process. Selecting the optimal methodology for each process. Selecting material and suitable production process for the product designed. Anticipate and solve production problems. Master the technical language of materials, processes and linkages. 3d generate agile physical volumes that serve to make the necessary changes in the project according to the analyzes of the pieces. Using digital modeling tools for communicating ideas and projects and for technical decision-making. Manage phases of a project. Calculate fees and budgets. Negotiate confidentiality agreements and collaboration with companies. Understand and define a briefing. CURRICULUM The Master in Design and Product Development is structured from the following areas and subjects that provide students with the knowledge and tools to project: Conceptual area Research and user experience analysis tools project context that may help students to identify opportunities and problems linked to the product will be introduced. Since creativity involved in the design process is impossible to create a methodology that paute the process and following it effectively guarantee us a successful outcome; but we can use different methods to help us project efficiently and locate areas for innovation. user-product relationships and user-context will arise. The course will help students to express themselves and understand the design vocabulary. cross readings He proposes a quick immersion in the creative world. A subject of projective character that aims to teach students to look at the world around you with different eyes; reading, interpreting, constantly questioning. Encouraging the student faces the project with the same active and critical attitude. It will analyze why and how objects are born; giving value to those objects that have a strong conceptual load and an intimate relationship with the user, these two factors that ultimately determine the shape. Management area Project management The design process and communication with companies from the point of view of management, conceptual and practical level to be addressed. Since contact with the company to exit the product to market, the student through the different phases of the project, legal nuances and economic conditions will be guided. Being familiar with the steps of the project, the student will have the ability to manage time and resources. Representation area 3D modeling / CAD the student will be initiated in the use of SolidWorks for 2D sketching and modeling parameterized 3D solid. Creating complex parts and assemblies. 3D rendering Prepare in 3dStudio MAX and VRay for rendering scenarios modeled parts: learn to light, place cameras, create materials and apply maps. graphic communication tools They are included in this course tools that help students in the correct communication of the projects; laying the groundwork for the preparation of clear, explanatory and attractive to serve the idea to communicate graphic documents. basic practices of photography, layouts, typography, graphics resources will be made, etc. Production area Materials and transformation processes (I) - Plastics, ceramic / glass the student will be introduced in the processes of transformation of plastics, ceramics and glass. We study the most common processes, highlighting the technical requirements, production volumes, fixed costs as well as the most important plastics. Composites and discuss the advantages of nanotech materials. Materials and transformation processes (II) - metals, woods the student will be introduced in the transformation processes of metals and woods. We study the most common processes, highlighting the technical requirements, production volumes and fixed costs. area Proyectual Projects (I) - The importance of the concept Projects I develop the creative capacity of students and motivate their taste for innovation, developing fresh, brief and agile projects. The projects in this subject generated creativity precedence over all other valuable aspects. conceptually strong products implementing the subjects learned in the conceptual area will be searched. focus on verbal communication and presentation of first ideas and projects will be provided. Projects (II) - The origin of form Projects II will implement restrictions linked to projects for companies with specific and limited brienfings. The projects emphasize the importance of decision-making at different stages of the design process. The student will become familiar with the formal work and understand where form arises, nothing random. While the concept projects I primábamos against other aspects; at this stage we experience the need for formalization consistent with studies and analyzes conducted before project start. focus on verbal communication and presentation of first ideas and projects will be provided. Master Thesis The final master project involves the realization by the student of a project that acquired skills in all subjects taught in the master apply. The subjects should not function as separate entities. The student will not be assimilated knowledge taught if you do not have the ability to apply learning to throughout the year in a practical project. The curriculum is divided into four modules. The materials that make up the curriculum are distributed as follows: SUBJECTS ECTS Conceptual Area - Research and User Experience 5 Conceptual area - Cross Readings 5 Area Management - Project Management 5 Projects I - - Projects Area Importance of Concept 5 Representation area - Graphic Communication Tools 5 / td> Representation area - 3D Modeling / CAD 5 Representation area - 3D rendering 5 Projects II - - Project Area The Origin of Form 5 Production area - Materials and Processes of Transformation I - Plastics, Ceramics / Glass 5 Production area - Materials and Processes of Transformation II - Metals, Woods 5 Projects Area - Final Master Project 10 TOTAL ECTS 60 Requirements  Recommended profile This Master is aimed at people who have the following profile: Graduates in Design Engineers in Industrial Design Fine Arts graduates architects Graduates in the fields of engineering, technology, production or design university professors in the fields of engineering, technology, production or design. professional profiles with experience in this area In cases where the student accredits previous higher education to a process of accreditation of university degree, the Academic Committee will evaluate the CV and portfolio of the candidate and the curriculum completed, which should maintain a reasonable equivalence with existing studies degree in the same area. Degree People who pass the program evaluation will obtain a double degree: Course at ESdesign - Superior School of Design Barcelona Course at the International University of Valencia, who credited them as professionals in the specialty studied. Career prospects Students taking this Master can develop their career in the following areas: Industrial design studies technical and innovation departments Packaging 3D Modeler Materials Research Free-lance professionals, entrepreneurs, startups, startup company ... [-]

Master In Innovative Human Resource Management

IEBS - Escuela de Negocios de la Innovación y los Emprendedores
Online Full time 750 hours October 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master in Innovative Human Resources Management 2.0 aims to train you and prepare you to manage the most important asset of any company: its human capital. [+]

The Master in Human Resources 3.0 aims to prepare to manage the most important asset of any company: its human capital. The program will show operating models and innovative strategies to design and manage every aspect of the Department of Human Resources under a new environment where the Internet, Web 3.0 and the changes in society and organizational have meant a transformation model in methods of selection, motivation, training, talent management and intellectual capital of a company. The objective of the Master in Human Resource Management 3.0 is to show the application of the latest techniques of recruitment, selection, organization and motivation, as well as new practices of people management in the digital age. What will I learn? Upon completion of the Master of Human Resources 3.0 you will be perfectly able to: Manage and lead the Human Resources department of a company applying the most innovative and effective talent management techniques. Managing staff of a company, from hiring, compensation, employment termination and prevention of occupational hazards. Select, retain and motivate the talent to provide more value to the company. Addressing the changes in organizations and new organizational models. Take advantage of new technologies available for the management of Human Resources. Using new techniques of leadership and staff training. Being an ethical professional following current standards of corporate social responsibility. Apply in the company's new models of business communication and effectively manage individual or collective disputes arising in the company. To whom it May concern? The Master in Human Resources Management 3.0 provides training specifically geared to the following profiles: Entrepreneurs who need to develop their strategic skills in talent management. Directors of HR departments requiring recycling their knowledge and their training and who want to learn the most innovative techniques of management of human capital. Middle managers who require a degree to promote professionally. Future human resource managers who require training commensurate with interpersonal values ​​of the XXI century. Curriculum The structure and materials of HR Master 3.0 is organized as follows: Module 1. Innovation in Human Resources Management The new HR professional and panning in the company. Change management Company culture Management skills HR marketing Planning templates The selection process Performance evaluation Introduction to networking Types of networking and networking method professional Networking 2. HR module in the Social Environment Web 2.0. Using tools in the cloud Digital literacy to digital competition. Optimization of network presence HR as a business partner. From 1.0 to 2.0 The future of work and areas of HR The role of HR and technical community manager job Social networks in people management and professional networking multimedia resources: podcasts, videos, photos, documents Module 3. Enterprise 2.0 Models open organization. sociological and digital transformation digitally mature companies. digital maturity Employer branding. Enhance employer brand Recruitment strategy and plan 2.0 Plan internal adjustment. What we are and what we want to be Empowerment and intraemprendimiento Share and acquire knowledge in EAs and PLEs The training plan the learning network. PLN Open innovation Knowledge Management New Tools Module 4. Management of Human Resources Competency management Motivation. Theories and techniques The identification of development potential of people The evaluation of the development potential of people and processes of succession Introduction to the development of people key strategies and actions of professional development Beyond traditional training. The leader as a trainer Outsourcing and new management models. Outsourcing HR processes 5. Recruitment and Selection module 2.0 Headhunter 2.0. Executive search profiles Selection of talent through the web 2.0 Selection interview people Module 6. Strategic Management of Industrial Relations computer systems for human resources management I computer systems for human resources management II Management control and balanced scorecard HR audit The new Industrial Relations in companies I The new Industrial Relations in companies II Special Labor Relations I Special Labor Relations II New organizational models. BPM Corporate Social Responsibility. Code of Business Ethics Module 7. Knowledge Management and Collaborative Communities Talent 2.0. The evolution of the professional profile Building a community. Communities of knowledge, learning and practice Community management. Techniques revitalization of communities Participative leadership tools. corporate and social communities learning digital leadership and facilitator Organization of equipment and spaces delocalized 8. Talent Module 2.0 and Collective Intelligence Gamification HR Productivity tools, GTD and management models work teams. scrum organization Coaching 2.0 People analytics. The new way of measuring organizational performance End of Master Project Human Resources 3.0 [-]

Master in Competitiveness & Innovation (English)

University of Deusto: Deusto Business School
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Spain San Sebastian

The programme relies on a close collaboration between Deusto Business School and Orkestra- Basque Institute of Competitiveness, one of the leading authorities on understanding and promoting territorial competitiveness. [+]

Best Masters in Innovation in Spain 2017. Program Description The programme relies on a close collaboration between Deusto Business School and Orkestra- Basque Institute of Competitiveness, one of the leading authorities on understanding and promoting territorial competitiveness. The programme aims to develop the knowledge and capabilities necessary to identify and analyse the key factors driving competitiveness and innovation at the organisational and territorial levels. It will promote an understanding of the key relationships between these levels of analysis that will support effective decision making amidst the complexity of real-world innovation and competitiveness. Programme
 Basic common training: Semester 1 (September-January) 

a) Competitiveness and innovation: theoretical foundations Competitiveness and innovation theories Territorial competitiveness and innovation systems Business competitiveness and innovation management b) Responsible sustainability and innovation in an interconnected world

 Candidates may choose one of these itineraries: Semester 2 (February-June)

 c.1) Strategic Projects in Competitiveness and Innovation: Professional itinerary Change and innovation management Value creation Practicum Master’s Final Thesis c.2) First Steps in Competitiveness and Innovation Research: Research itinerary Theories and scientific bases focused on competitiveness and innovation research Research methods, and skills on academic research communication Master’s Final Thesis Total: 60 ECTS
 Admission requirements Academic qualifications:

 Degree in Business Management or a related discipline that contains a significant focus on business/management subjects If applicants have a degree in an unrelated discipline, professional experience with strategic projects in the fields of competitiveness and administration may be considered as relevant, but entry will be conditional on passing an entrance exam. Candidates who are in the final year of their undergraduate studies may also apply, although the definitive offer of a place on the programme will be conditional on the successful completion of their studies. English level: The following accreditations may be submitted: Certificate in Advanced English – CAE 
BEC Higher 
TOEFL (above 80 points) 
IELTS (above 6.5 points) Failing such accreditations, candidates also have the possibility to take an internal level test organised by the Language Institute of Deusto University, or to take and pass the Institute’s C1 level English course. Professional experience: 

 Candidates are not required to have prior professional experience, although if they have, it will be considered an asset.


 Professional Careers Graduates of this Master’s degree will develop their full potential and achieve the highest goals in: Strategic consulting. Innovation consulting. Research and Technology organizations. Advisory and development services for public institutions. Public administration (national, regional, local) and institutions, in areas related to the design of public policies, economic development and innovation. Regional development agencies, cluster associations and other related institutions. Innovation or R&D departments of institutions or companies. General management of companies. Associations, foundations, institutes, etc requiring a strategic projects manager. University departments and research centres. The Deusto Business School Career Services Department aims to foster contact with business and equip participants in the official Master’s programmes with tools to improve their employability. 
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Master High-Tech Entrepreneurship

Harbour.Space
Campus Full time 1 year Open Enrollment Spain Barcelona

This intensive Master of High-Tech Entrepreneurship program is designed for graduate students interested in starting and sustaining a technology business. The program combines real world experiences with courses on the fundamentals of finance, people management and creative thinking within entrepreneurial environments. [+]

This program is taught in ENGLISH. Harbour.Space is a unique blend of academics program, start-up accelerator, venture builder, and real world experience designed to prepare students to become the next generation of successful high tech entrepreneurs. The Master of High-Tech Entrepreneurship program methodology combines the fundamentals of technology entrepreneurship, pioneered in Silicon Valley, with the processes developed by leading technology entrepreneurs, accelerators such as Y Combinator and company builders such as Rocket Internet to quickly start and accelerate technology companies. To gain practical experience alongside the theory, students form teams and work on real world startup companies in those teams. Students should be prepared to work in a highly competitive environment that will challenge their skills and perseverance every day. Teams will be matched with mentors, and the best teams will be selected to pitch their ideas to investors. PROGRAM STRUCTURE 1 year The first year can be seen as a basic starter pack for tomorrow’s entrepreneurs. Students enter the programme with an idea they want to make reality. We start with the skills of presenting an idea well – because a lot of genius goes unnoticed in the world simply because an idea is communicated inadequately. Students will work on the basis of Lean/Pitch Canvas frameworks for idea validation, identity and communication strategy and they learn how to make their idea pass the business model test. Students learn how to identify opportunities and obstacles in business entrepreneurship. Furthermore, students are immersed in all the business basics of running a start-up: lean business models, business validation, business plan preparation, USP/SVP identification, etc. Modules From Zero to Hero Lean Start-up Design Thinking Digital Product Development Technical Project Management The Startup Stack Capstone Project - Alfa Version Sales Basics Hiring & Leading Teams Needs Finding and Concept Creation Customer Acquisition for Start-ups Business Models / Business Model Innovation Capstone Project – MVP version The Power of Storytelling in Business Identity and Communications Building and Managing Professional Sales Organisations Interpersonal Dynamics and Conflict Resolution Global Value Chain Strategies Managing High Growth Enterprises Seminars & Workshops Capstone Project - Demo Day Program Leaders Ingo Beyer Von Morgenstern Prof. Dr. -ING. and MBA INSEAD, Director Emeritus European and Asian High Tech, Telecom and Media Practice McKinsey&Comp. Serial Internet Start-up Entrepreneur, Founder Qilin Capital Fund Kamran Elahian Founder of Venture Capital Firm Global Catalyst Partners (GCP), Partner of 500 Start Ups LIVING IN BARCELONA Studying in Barcelona has the following advantages: Barcelona is #1 in Europe for quality of life and clearness of environment (2012 Quality of Life City Rankings – Mercer Survey) Barcelona is #1 in the world for the level of infrastructure and urban development (2011, Ernst & Young). The region of Catalonia, where Barcelona is the capital, contributes significantly to the Spanish GDP. The growth of Catalonia’s GDP is currently 3.3%, much higher than in Europe on average. Catalonia’s exports are €42.2 billion, higher than in any other region of Spain. 7,000+ innovation and technological companies during the last 10 years. Barcelona is 6th in Europe for attractiveness and comfort for doing business (European Attractiveness Survey 2011, Ernst & Young), Barcelona is 2nd in Europe (after London) for being promoted as a business center (European Cities Monitor 2011); Barcelona is 2nd in the world for hosting different international conferences and congresses (City and Country World Report 2011, ICCA ). Barcelona is the host of the annual World Mobile Congress, which attracts thousands of international companies that work in the mobile industry. 7,000,000 + millions of tourists / year 20° C - average temperature during the day 2437 hours of sunshine/ year Cost of living 550 euro / month [-]

MA In Entrepreneurial Development And Innovation

Universidad de Salamanca
Online Part time 20 months September 2017 Spain Salamanca

The Master in Entrepreneurial Development and Innovation is a proper degree from the University of Salamanca, designed for the professional training of specialists and people interested in the development and training of entrepreneurs. Aims both know, as know-how, as well as the change in attitudes and whose goal is to meet the growing need for training in social processes ... [+]

Best Masters in Innovation in Spain 2017. Master in Entrepreneurial Development and Innovation The Master in Entrepreneurial Development and Innovation is a proper degree from the University of Salamanca, designed for the professional training of specialists and people interested in the development and training of entrepreneurs. Aims both know, as know-how, as well as the change in attitudes and whose goal is to meet the growing need for training in social development processes, development, consulting and monitoring of entrepreneurship. The social reality of today needs entrepreneurs. Society demands qualified persons, involved in the process of counseling and monitoring of the undertaking, and people, to launch social enterprise or business. Taking into consideration interdisciplinary content, collated with an active and participative methodology, in which the online classes are integrated with individual and group work; and counseling by teachers to the demands of the / participants. He is a Master of eminently practical applied and where the fundamental aspect of training is the training and mentoring in entrepreneurship. It is taught in the online mode to facilitate learning methodology adapted to the needs and interests of the participant; To do this, we have designed a platform that ensures constant attention and easy access to information with individualized counseling through tutor / guardian. Objectives and Skills Train professionals, and those interested in issues of entrepreneurship, both in order to create a proper business to know foster, develop and advise on issues of entrepreneurship to other / other (trainer / trainer of trainers). At the end of the training process / participant will be able to: Have advanced knowledge of entrepreneurs factors that enhance entrepreneurial spirit. Have advanced knowledge of institutional factors that enhance the entrepreneurial spirit. Have knowledge of methodologies to conduct research in the area of ​​entrepreneurship. Have knowledge of information and communication technologies that enable research in the area of ​​entrepreneurship. Critically analyze the main theories and concepts associated with areas of Social Entrepreneurship and Social Services. Having technical and scientific expertise that would ensure achieving accurate and reproducible results from that valid conclusions can be drawn in the area of ​​entrepreneurship. Admission Criteria The participant profile is heterogeneous, it is aimed at professionals in the areas of political science, law, management and business administration, engineering, economics, psychology, sociology, pedagogy, social education, labor relations, etc. It also applies to practitioners who wish to broaden their knowledge in entrepreneurial training, as entrepreneurs and small business owners as well as professionals and executives. And in his case applicants from other undergraduate degrees. The / graduate student / a may aspire to function in tasks: Consulting: Intervention in building processes, development, consulting and monitoring of the undertaking. Advice in evaluation and research aspects related to entrepreneurship. Self-employment: Professionals who want to become entrepreneurs, businessmen, entrepreneurs or intra-existing companies. Local development agents or potentiating agents of entrepreneurship, both private and public. Public Administration: qualified to work in the different government agencies responsible for promoting SMEs working with professionals. And technical management tasks. Management addresses attached to companies and groups of companies nongovernmental institutions. Teaching type Our educational model is as central to the student. It is implemented asynchronously and 100% online, so the / students can connect and learning activities independently of time and space. The educational process is carried out in a Virtual Campus designed based on the most modern pedagogical principles, favoring an efficient connectivity between students, teachers and administrators. The courses are developed according to a defined academic calendar, which allows the entire group of students progress at the same rate until the conclusion of the program. Each course or subject is run by a teacher or specialist, expert teacher in it. Before starting the training process, the / students receive their data to the virtual campus as well as a next-generation iPad device, through which they have immediate access to academic activities conducted on campus. During the first two weeks of school the / students participate in an induction course where know in detail the educational process, learn to use the virtual campus and install the eBooks that are used in each subject. Each course lasts for five weeks and before starting the next matter is contemplated a week of recess. All materials have learning activities and evaluation activities to be performed weekly, among them are: reading scientific literature specialist, forums, online quizzes and assignments. In developing each subject interaction between students and teachers it is promoted by participating in discussion forums, case studies and accomplishment of tasks. The / the students can request support from your teacher at any time of year. Each subject includes audiovisual recordings of the main content, eBooks, complementary digital library resources, access to a virtual library with thousands of books available and synchronous video conferencing with the / the teachers who aim to facilitate the construction of knowledge and resolve doubts arise. The / students who do not have time and time availability to participate in videoconferencing, can then access the recorded version. Title Upon completion of the Master, the University of Salamanca delivers the / participants who have met all admission requirements and passed all the courses and the final dissertation, the following proper title: Master of Entrepreneurial Development and Innovation Support and Guidance The quality of the academic and administrative processes is monitored in each of its phases, thanks to the integration of all computer systems. Both teachers and students are continuously monitored in order to support them in fulfilling their duties and obligations. For this it has an enhanced group of professionals at the Center for Care of / the students and teachers, who quickly resolve all doubts, questions or difficulties arising in the development process. [-]

Expertise In Project Development And Product Innovation

Fundación Universitaria Iberoamericana (FUNIBER)
Online Part time 21 months Open Enrollment Spain Barcelona

The big growth area projects currently carried that same be approached from different [+]

The big growth area projects currently carried that same be approached from different approaches. Of all the approaches that we can cite two are the most current and complexity when establishing academic structures: Innovation and Product. For a more finished approach must emphasize that the concept of innovation is directly related to Design, we understand that the responsibility for the design precisely this: Innovate, do a full or partial contribution of "original" solutions. The Master in Project Development and Product Innovation, offers a complete training in the three disciplines of project area: Design, Management and Administration, parallel and practice theoretically and referenced exclusively to two concepts already established in the Management areas: Product Innovation, and a third of current development policies in the area: the design and profitability. It is also important to note, the recognized growth areas and creative practices in universal standards Management, establishing an exact balance between planning (anticipate) and design (creative solutions to immediate hobble). While it can be considered rigid and methodological areas of image management and direction could not live with the creative and artistic image of the areas of Design, now is not, yes they can. Creative Design areas require more than any other, a methodological process of project development, and management and administration of resources and skills, to articulate to the hard areas of Management as the latter need them. The Master in Project Development and Product Innovation, has a combined academic structure between theoretical issues and practical exercises through individual and group exercises, and workshops for reflection on design processes projects. This allows then properly structure the work of creatives and designers, providing training on current management tools, without this conflict with the creative process. And while coaching in the other creative professionals involved in project development methodology processes. Finally, it is important to note that the overlap of the two central themes: Innovation and Product, with the three classic areas of Project, and the combination of theory and practice of immediate application provide a complete training program that will enable design professionals earn a space on Office of draft decisions, if held to be a mere spectator participation in development. Duration, credit structure and degree The estimated program Master in Project Development and Product Innovation duration is 900 hours (90 credits). Regarding the distribution of the time it is established that: - As a program remotely and not subject to classes, not a specific start date set, so that students can enroll at any time, provided there is places available. - By academic or educational reasons has a minimum duration of the program of twenty months. - The maximum time available for the program is twenty-four months. In this time period, the student must have successfully completed all the activities evaluated, and approved the Final Master Project or Thesis. - The structure of the program credits Master in Project Development and Product Innovation are shown in the following table. Scholarships The Fundación Universitaria Iberoamericana (FUNIBER) periodically allocates an economic game with extraordinary FUNIBER Scholarship in Education. To apply, you can simply submit your scholarship application from the main portal page FUNIBER with the required data, and the Evaluation Committee will consider the suitability of your application for the grant of financial assistance in the form of Fellowship Training FUNIBER . [-]

Máster Universitario En Nuevas Tendencias Y Procesos De Innovación En Comunicación

Jaume I University (Universitat Jaume I)
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Spain Castellón

La Universitat Jaume I imparte, desde el curso 2007/08, el máster en Ciencias de la Comunicación adaptado a las directrices europeas. El máster en Nuevas Tendencias y [+]

Best Masters in Innovation in Spain 2017. La Universitat Jaume I imparte, desde el curso 2007/08, el máster en Ciencias de la Comunicación adaptado a las directrices europeas. El máster en Nuevas Tendencias y Procesos de Innovación en Comunicación es, por tanto, un título oficial de carácter europeo, y se presenta con cuatro especialidades, tres de carácter profesional y una de investigación conducente al doctorado: - La especialidad profesional en Dirección Estratégica de la Comunicación ofrece las claves para afrontar la gestión de la imagen y la comunicación corporativas en empresas e instituciones públicas. Es una oferta para formar a futuros directores de comunicación. - La especialidad profesional en Creatividad y Producción de Nuevos Discursos Audiovisuales muestra los instrumentos conceptuales y materiales necesarios para comprender los discursos audiovisuales contemporáneos, así como para aplicarlos en la práctica en productos audiovisuales reales. - La especialidad profesional en Periodismo Digital y Multimedia se centra en el estudio práctico y en profundidad de los mecanismos que guían la producción de piezas informativas (noticias, reportajes, entrevistas…), con especial incidencia en los medios de mayor desarrollo futuro: la televisión e Internet. - La línea de Iniciación a la Investigación permite ofrecer una formación específica en el campo de la investigación, diseñada especialmente para los estudiantes que desean desarrollar una tesis doctoral en el futuro. - La oferta académica se complementa con una serie de asignaturas integradas en el Módulo I, Tendencias de Innovación en Comunicación, diseñado para atender la demanda de graduados que no proceden del campo de la comunicación, pero que desean adquirir una visión general avanzada de esta disciplina, y para reforzar conocimientos en determinados campos que son de interés igualmente para licenciados y graduados en Ciencias de la Comunicación. Para la obtención del título oficial de máster en Nuevas Tendencias y Procesos de Innovación en Comunicación el estudiante deberá cursar 60 créditos ECTS en cualquiera de sus cuatro especialidades. Si el estudiante desea cursar simultáneamente una especialidad profesional y la línea de iniciación a la investigación, deberá cursar igualmente 60 créditos. El enfoque de su trabajo de final de máster (SAZ052) deberá estar orientado al ámbito de la investigación. Asimismo, el máster ofrece la posibilidad de que el estudiante se pueda matricular voluntariamente en más créditos de los exigidos si desea complementar su formación, en especial cuando no provenga de estudios de licenciatura o grado en Ciencias de la Comunicación. Tipo de enseñanza Se trata de un máster presencial. Duración y calendario Duración: un curso académico (septiembre de 2014 / septiembre de 2015) (con posibilidad de fraccionar la docencia en 2 cursos para hacerlo compatible con las obligaciones laborales). Docencia presencial: septiembre de 2014 / junio de 2015. Créditos e importe Número de créditos: 60 créditos ECTS (European Credit Transfer System). Según tasas oficiales pendientes de publicar. Precio en el curso 2013/14: 46,20 €/crédito. Requisitos de acceso obligatorios El perfil de acceso recomendado al Máster Universitario en Nuevas Tendencias y Procesos de Innovación en Comunicación está formado por el alumnado que ha cursado estudios de Grado en Publicidad y Relaciones Públicas, Comunicación Audiovisual o Periodismo (u otros Grados vinculados al ámbito de las Ciencias de la Comunicación), que ha cursado 240 créditos ECTS, y/o Licenciados en Publicidad y Relaciones Públicas, Comunicación Audiovisual, Periodismo u otros ámbitos vinculados a las Ciencias de la Comunicación. [-]

Master in Innovation and Tourism Marketing

UCAM Universidad Católica de Murcia
Campus or Online Full time 1 year November 2017 Spain Murcia

The Masters in Innovation and Tourism Marketing is intended for people that are passionate about the culture of innovation, technology, and marketing applied in tourism organizations. [+]

Student Profile The Masters in Innovation and Tourism Marketing is intended for people that are passionate about the culture of innovation, technology, and marketing applied in tourism organizations. Applicants wishing to enter this program must be a graduate of a tourism related study or have a degree in a different academic field. This program is appropriate for students who want to acquire or expand their knowledge with regards to the set-up and operations management aimed at innovation and marketing processes in the tourism sector. Therefore, prospective students should show a general interest in tourism as a whole as well as in the innovative aspects of marketing, creativity and design of tourism products, communication, distribution and new technologies applied in this sector. Key Facts Today’s society is evolving at a steady pace. Every day, different problems and challenges emerge, making the development of companies an uncertain path. In order to grow and contribute to the world’s progress, enterprises have to present new solutions to the market and to their business culture, never ignoring the real purpose of any society: to contribute to the common good. The objective of the Masters in Innovation and Tourism Marketing (ITM) is to empower each participant with strong leadership skills in an international and multicultural context in order to acquire knowledge and competences about innovation, technology and marketing, and the ability to apply them in real situations. Recognized academics and successful executives join in a strong faculty team, which presents students the broad perspective of a company in its different aspects, hereby assisting future leaders in their decision-making processes. Students’ individual evolution depends on their cooperative attitude and open- minded personality. As part of an international, multicultural group, classmates will have to team up with each other and work together to overcome different tasks and case studies based on real problems. Naturally, networks will grow in class and the bonds created can lead to projects beyond the master’s program. During the ITM, every participant will have the opportunity to feel the innovation world directly in an organization. With a minimum of 150 hours of practical work, the internship will contribute directly to the experience and professional profile of students. Moreover, UCAM’s career services will be available for the ITM students including the SOIL – “Orientation and Work Placement Service” of UCAM, “Portal de Empleo” – the university’s employment portal – and the “Network of Recruiting Erasmus”, a service that promotes international students’ employment in top companies throughout Spain. Career Opportunities The training given by the Master’s in Innovation and Tourism Marketing provides access to both the labor market’s private as well as public sector. There is a wide range of professional responsibilities and profiles that can be seized by graduates of this course. The skills obtained during this Master prepare students to occupy leading positions in companies and to draw up their own business plan as entrepreneurs. At the end of the program graduates are qualified to: Successfully develop their own business in the tourism sector Start / resume their career in the private sector holding positions of responsibility in departments of general management, innovation, human resources, marketing or communication Work as project or product managers, online managers in eCommerce, social media, revenue management etc. or as manager of innovation and tourism technology Develop their career in the public sector e.g. in the planning and management of smart destinations Advise public and private companies in the innovation, marketing and implementation of new technologies in the development of tourism projects Begin their professional career in the area of teaching and research Dra. Ginesa Martinez del Vas Director of the Master's in Innovation and Tourism Marketing Tourism accounts for one-third of total world trade. Moreover, tourism is the sector that creates the most jobs and has proven itself impervious to economic downturns. Therefore, prospective students should show a general interest in tourism as a whole as well as in the innovative aspects of marketing, creativity and design of tourism products, communication, distribution and new technologies applied in this sector. Spain is a world power in the tourism industry with extensive experience in research and development, that has allowed us to build up a wealth of knowledge, which we feel urged to share and educate on. In the last ten years, the introduction of new management systems and products has revolutionized the tourism branch. Today’s technological environment represents a challenge to the individual operator to compete on equal terms with all the different types of organizations in the sector. This new way of doing business has revolutionized the tourism sector, converting it at the same time both to the second largest percentage of internet searches and No. 1 in terms of internet monetary transactions. Quality, the ability to adapt quickly to change, personalized marketing, innovative products and the creation of new tourism experiences - these are the foundations on which the future of tourism rests. The constant emergence of new competitors and new technologies, along with the specialization and professionalization of the sector means that companies and employees in the industry have to keep up with the speed of these changes. This ambition requires a deep understanding of individual markets and customers, calls on its stakeholders to be creative, to keep abreast of changes in popular culture, to grasp the latest technological developments and to be able to put them to profitable use. These are the skills and knowledge this Master will help students acquire. The Masters in Innovation and Tourism Marketing offered by UCAM, an Affiliated Member of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), is an essential step in the honing of professional skills and a giant leap in the modernization of tourism management, thereby improving the competitiveness of tourism companies and popular tourist destinations. [-]

Master in Sustainable Product Design: Innovation and Management

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Barcelona
Campus Full time 9 months November 2017 Spain Barcelona

The students of the Master in Diseño Sostenible de Producto study in depth the complexity and diversity of contemporary creative product design, which is based on analysing the demands of project management and incorporating new social values, such as sustainability. [+]

Best Masters in Innovation in Spain 2017. THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN SPANISH In the past, traditional designers simply created. Today, designers are professionals who act as the link between the different departments in a company, often leading the change between the company and society. The creation of wealth and of new values is handled by those who know how to manage uncertainty and use it to bring improvements to both individuals and companies. Modern-day designers are moving away from the duality of form and function; they are professionals who follow the changing needs of the times and provide results that meet the specific requirements of each project. Design today is complex and requires an understanding of both companies and society to provide solutions. In addition to the aesthetic results, design is an essential mental process for generating innovation. The students of the Master in Diseño Sostenible de Producto study in depth the complexity and diversity of contemporary creative product design, which is based on analysing the demands of project management and incorporating new social values, such as sustainability. Objectives The aim of the master’s course is to train design professionals in the areas of innovation, creativity and project and team management. A special emphasis and depth of study are placed on the theme of sustainability, so as to offer multi-directional training and demonstrate different facets and points of view. The objective therefore is to produce designers with a cutting-edge training in a field that is predicted to be the driving force of innovation in the coming years. Methodology The contents of the master’s course are organised into four areas by topic: Sustainability, Techniques, Management and Projects. The courses in the Sustainability area focus on the values and concepts that underpin the analysis and design of the product life cycle. The objective of this area is to strengthen the professional role of the product designer with specific vocabulary and concepts, as well as to offer training in business and company management models. The courses in the Technical area focus on technical product development and the study of users and production trends. The objective of this area is to give more specific, in-depth training in new and more specific projection formulas. The courses in the Management area focus on product feasibility analysis at the design, production and cost management levels, and also from the viewpoint of marketing. The objective of this area is to focus on sustainable development geared toward business creation. The courses in the Projects area touch on a variety of topics that complement the entire course process, encourage individual reasoning, reinforce project methodologies and promote social activism through design. In the second part of the master’s course, the final project begins by partnering with a company, where a project is developed with a professional mindset and demanding criteria. This is a complex design project that brings together all the knowledge acquired throughout the course The final project is supplemented by courses designed to optimise the quality of the student's presentation of the design. During the coursework, inter-disciplinary seminars and workshops are held with guest specialists so as to develop in practice different topics of interest and consolidate the knowledge obtained in the theoretical and practical courses. Intended for Product designers, industrial design engineers, engineers wanting an introduction to design, architects and interior designers interested in sustainability and the new, creative methodologies. Professional opportunities After taking the master’s course, the students have the skills to develop professionally in both design studios and technical and innovation departments, as well as to implement their own projects and design-linked business ideas. They are trained to be ready to join in-company design and innovation teams and to bring value to design studios and/or manage their own professional career by creating an innovative business or their own creative studio. Duration and frequency: Frequency: Monday to Thursday Timetable: 6.30 p.m a 10.30 p.m * The educational planning for all IED Master courses is aligned with the criteria established by the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). The IED Master program has adopted a credit structure that follows the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). The IED Master is a private degree. [-]

Master In Entrepreneurship

Spain Business School
Online & Campus Combined Part time January 2017 Spain Madrid

The Master in Entrepreneurship enables students whether they are thinking of creating your own project as if it has already done. If this is your case, it will teach from the legal areas to consider, to discover how the idea to seek funding and lead the operation and management of a business. The atmosphere is 100% experiential and will be tutored and mentored by renowned entrepreneurs that will introduce the networking more ... [+]

The Master in Entrepreneurship enables students whether they are thinking of creating your own project as if it has already done. If this is your case, it will teach from the legal areas to consider, to discover how the idea to seek funding and lead the operation and management of a business. The atmosphere is 100% experiential and will be tutored and mentored by renowned entrepreneurs who will introduce you to the most interesting for your business networking idea. Also, if you're interested, you'll end up with your idea the master made to do it, and your company created with the advice of the best professionals. Addressed to Anyone who has entrepreneurial and eager to learn how character, at some point, you must mount your project and minimize the risks. College students, working professionals or not autonomous. All types of profiles have no place in this course, if they believe that their challenges can be met. This master has the possibility to obtain a double degree with a university recognition. To apply, the student must be in possession of a recognized degree nationwide. Succeeding Do you have an idea? Do you have desire and strength to fight for it? Have you already undertaken but think you could use some help in the management? Then you have a project. The main objective of the Master in Entrepreneurship is that the student knows the different dimensions of the creation of a company, its management and people management, presenting the necessary tools for the creation and give you the knowledge to run. The course objectives are: - To understand the process of creating a new company - Provide the entrepreneur an overview of your project - Understand the key success factors - training the participant in the use of comprehensive tools to begin management - training entrepreneurs to prepare its Business Plan - Exposing the legal field - and operational strategies of digital projects (usability, marketing, social networks, etc.) - training in the skills and competencies required for the challenge business ... and above all think like an entrepreneur, to act as an entrepreneur. Requirements  No specific knowledge of the course subject or specific training required for admission. However, this master has the possibility to obtain a double degree with a university recognition. To apply, the student must be in possession of a recognized degree nationwide. Methodology The methodology of the program is BLENDED. Through the online campus Business School Spain and the sessions the student will complete the training. [-]

Masters Degree In Innovation Management For ICT Professionals

La Salle Centro Universitario
Campus Part time 8 months September 2017 Spain Madrid

The future of nations today is written with reference to the initials ID i, or what is the same, Research, Development and Innovation, because they mark the indices of competitiveness of all [+]

Master in Innovation Management for ICT professionals

The future of nations today is written with reference to the initials ID i, or what is the same, Research, Development and Innovation, because they mark the indices of competitiveness of all productive sectors, especially in the ICT sector (Electronics , Information Technology, Telecommunications and Digital Content).

We are witnessing a rapid change in the business environment, the result of technological convergence generated by fixed and mobile IP networks, digital TV and new broadband networks (NGN). This situation leads to a change of the old paradigms, fostering a new scenario where it is necessary and essential knowledge of the new rules governing in a global market.All with the goal of positioning and successfully lead the challenge of competitiveness. In this new environment, the management of innovation and technology become a strategic necessity for the company and its professionals. Companies need people multidisciplinary technical knowledge also have the capacity and ability to manage projects, lead teams, negotiate and establish partnerships, understanding the financial statements of the company and its internationalization strategy, analyze and segment the market to provide you new solutions, access to sources of public and private funding, to take advantage of tax incentives and cover the associated legal framework for intellectual property, among others. Aware of this, the Salle International Graduate School and Multisectoral Association of Electronics, Information Technology, Telecommunications and Digital Content (AMETIC), through its Foundation Information Technologies (FTI), from their vast experiences in training, ICT and innovation management and technology organized this Masters in Innovation Management for ICT professionals, now in its fourth edition, presented below. ... [-]


Master in Innovation and Design Management

Bau Design College of Barcelona
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 Spain Barcelona

The need to innovate to achieve business excellence has contributed to change the role of design in the fields of business. The interrelationship between management and design is fundamental at a strategic level to provide to organizations a pioneer position, to obtain profitability and to create value. [+]

Master in Innovation and Design Management The need to innovate to achieve business excellence has contributed to change the role of design in the fields of business. The interrelationship between management and design is fundamental at a strategic level to provide to organizations a pioneer position, to obtain profitability and to create value. The Master in Innovation and Design Management gives to professionals this new perspective on their work. The Postgraduate Degree in Design Management emphasizes in the acquisition of business management skills, while at the Postgraduate Degree in Innovation and Design Thinking delves on how to innovate from the Design Thinking. The Master in Innovation and Design Management (60 ECTS) is obtained by completing two postgraduate degrees, for 30 ECTS each. These postgraduate degrees may be completed in the same academic year, or in different years. All postgraduate courses that are part of a master's degree can be taken independently. PRESENTATION Innovation and internationalization have emerged as the key strategies in the current economic context. New ecosystems and business strategies arise in the process of the paradigm shift from product design to service design. The design of experiences requires multi-skilled professionals with strategic and tactical proficiency when moving the customer / user to the centre of the design process and the business strategy. Design Thinking has enabled the designer to become the agent of change in organizations and to act as a lever of transformation in this new way of working, enabling innovation in processes, products, services, communication and business strategy. To that end, and based on the Lean Start-up philosophy, the specific techniques of the different stages of the innovation cycle will be applied to Customer Development, Value Proposition, Service Design and Business Design processes. New techniques and processes that will make possible the alignment of the business vision and its value proposition with the strategies and principles of the customer’s experience. GENERAL AIMS OF THE TRAINING To acquire the tools and knowledge for the management of innovation for developing innovative products, services, communications and a business model with an organizational impact. To learn the techniques, gain experience and develop real projects by the use of Design Thinking methodologies to design services and new business models (Business Design & Lean Start-up). SYLLABUS This postgraduate course is divided into 4 modules, the fourth being the development of a Final Research Project to end the course. Module I - Innovation as a lever for transformation. Module II – Design Thinking as a paradigm of innovation. Module III - Techniques of Design Thinking applied to Service Design. Module IV - Final Project. CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Innovation Manager or Consultant Design Researcher Interaction Designer Information Architect Visual Designer UX Prototyping Designer Services Business Designer FACT SHEET Edit: 3rd Edition Qualification: Postgraduate Degree in Innovation and Design Thinking accredited by the Universidad de Vic-UCC. Students without university degrees will receive a University Extension Studies Diploma. Credits: 30 ECTS School period: From October 20th 2015 to May 2016. Final Project Presentation: June 2016 Timetable: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 19h to 22h Mode: On-site Language: Spanish Postgraduate's price: 3480 € Master's price: 6600 € Access: Graduates. Undergraduate degrees in Fine Arts and Design, and those related to the following professional categories: interior design, graphic design, industrial design and arts applied to clothing. Professionals from the sector without specific training but who can demonstrate professional expertise. Applicants will undergo a selection process for acceptance on the course. Observations: Intensive Spanish course for foreign students willing to apply to the Master degree (optional course). From Sept. 10th to October, 2nd; from Monday to Friday (4h/day) – 395€. [-]

Master in Business Innovation MBI

Innopro
Campus Full time September 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Full Time MBI, is aimed at young professionals and graduates who wish to complement their studies with a specific training to help them qualify for professional positions with an academic background and high differential prestige. [+]

Master in Business Innovation MBI

Accredited by: The Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC)

Language of instruction: Spanish

Presentation

The Executive MBI, has as main objective to provide tools to professionals in order to manage the growth of the company based on innovation and entrepreneurial capacity. The program focuses on creating greater value for the customer, using, for example, a tool such as Open Innovation.

The teaching method of the program combines the lectures with the approach and resolution of cases collectively, in several of them, with the participation of its real protagonists. In addition, we use the most modern Simulation Business Software and the recording of the interventions of students for further evaluation, on a personal level, with the teacher.... [-]


MSc in Entrepreneurship

Global Business School Barcelona
Campus Full time 9 - 12 months October 2017 Spain Barcelona

The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship is an advanced graduate degree that provides students with the tools to acquire the skills and competencies needed for successful entrepreneurship careers in a dynamic global business environment. It is an exciting program designed to equip students with a specialist understanding of the field of entrepreneurial management. [+]

The Master of Science in Entrepreneurship is an advanced graduate degree that provides students with the tools to acquire the skills and competencies needed for successful entrepreneurship careers in a dynamic global business environment. It is an exciting program designed to equip students with a specialist understanding of the field of entrepreneurial management. The MSc in Entrepreneurship is not simply a set of different management disciplines, but it is based on promoting creativity and entrepreneurship skills. Students benefit from the close links that Global Business School Barcelona share with the industry through industrial visits and interaction with professors, experienced entrepreneurs, themselves. Entrepreneurial skills have never been more important than they are in today’s dynamic world. Companies in Spain, Europe, and everywhere in the world need entrepreneurial managers to perform different tasks in the global business environment; they need people who are able to anticipate, stimulate, and manage change - this is what the MSc in Entrepreneurship program is about. The MSc in Entrepreneurship from Global Business School Barcelona prepares you to be a successful entrepreneur in a global context, whether it is for starting your own business or developing an entrepreneurial project within an existing organization. Language English. If your English level is not sufficient, you can first join our intensive English Language Preparation course before starting your degree. Duration Students would normally be expected to complete a Master's degree in English within one academic year of full-time studies. Depending on the starting quarter, it may take from 9 to 12 months. Deadline Because of the modular format, applications are accepted all year round. Students may start their studies in October, January, or April. Students who are not citizens of the European Union are encouraged to apply earlier in order to allow time for student visa processing. Entry Requirements To qualify for admission to this degree, you must: - have earned a Bachelor's degree or equivalent, or higher degree, OR have a minimum of three years of working experience; - provide a proof of English language proficiency; - complete all required forms for admission and submit all required documents [-]

Master In Business Innovation MBI Full Time - Face Terrassa

euncet Business School
Campus Full time 450 hours October 2017 Spain Barcelona

The MBI, whose main objective is to provide professionals of tools for managing the growth of the company based on innovation and entrepreneurial capacity. The program puts the focus on creating greater value for customers, taking advantage, for example, a tool such as Open Innovation. [+]

Best Masters in Innovation in Spain 2017. The MBI, whose main objective is to provide professionals of tools for managing the growth of the company based on innovation and entrepreneurial capacity. The program puts the focus on creating greater value for customers, taking advantage, for example, a tool such as Open Innovation. The educational program method combines lectures with the approach and resolution of cases collectively, in several cases it has the participation of its real protagonists. In addition, the most modern Simulation Software Business and recording the activities of the students for further assessment, on a personal level is used, with the teacher. The Teachers' Committee Executive MBI is mainly composed of business leaders and institutions who combine their professional activity with concern for sharing their experiences in teaching. Remarkable agreement with Imperial College London, in which some teachers give classes in the MBI. The MBI, is heading for its sixth edition and is clearly positioned as a reference for masters studies that revolve around innovation. Methodology The MBI program includes, first, theoretical sessions where participants gain the skills to develop your professional project. Develop practical sessions, with real experiences based on the case method, which generates ideas and insights that provide a nurturing environment debate. In these sessions, where the interaction between the teacher and the participants are active, it affects the development of professional management skills. MBI methodology involves and requires active participation, working with real experiences and case studies, based on the? Learning by doing ?, also relying on the most advanced simulation systems business. In this regard, during the course participants will work on case studies, simulation of real situations, based on dialogue systems, use of digital resources, professional practice or combination of methods. The Business Plan to develop, as a final project of MBI, is established as integrative and cross member for the contents of the different modules. Degree Degree of Master MBI, Master in Business Innovation at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC). Private Degree of Master MBI, Master in Business Innovation by Euncet Business School. If the student does not have a university degree, you get a certificate of completion from the Polytechnic Foundation of Catalonia. Amount of the program: Check If 100% payment is made before 30.06.2016, 10% discount on all apply. Grants and Agreements We advise on the various scholarships and grants for which you can benefit. We also have agreements with banks that offer very favorable terms to help you in your training. Consultation with our advisory team. UPC Alumnis: 5% discount. Premium Alumnis UPC, CECOT and CENTREM: 10% discount. Companies associated with CECOT and CENTREM: 15% discount. Bonus Permit Individual Training (PIF). Flexible Loan: Caixa d Enginyers and Banco Santander?. Virtual Campus This graduate students have access to the virtual campus, an effective work and communication platform for students, lecturers, direction and coordination of the course. This tool allows for the documentation of each training session before the start, work in teams, ask their teachers, their marks ... Job Opportunities We manage a job with a growing volume of jobs, including employment contracts and collaboration agreements in practice. All students will have the opportunity to be called to an internship for a minimum period of three months, in the mornings to combine studies with practical. Admission requirements Students must have a university degree (graduate, engineer, diploma, technical engineer) or proof of professional experience. To access the admissions process, candidates must submit a cover letter and resume updated. Student Profile The highly professional and interdisciplinary profiles of the participants in the first five editions of MBI, facilitated a networking among attendees that added to added value involves making the master, facilitated labor mobility of many of them. Average 26 years old. Management Officers, Management, Engineering, Consulting, post holders, etc. Sectors Banking Services, Automotive, Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals, Energy, Industrial, Healthcare, Construction, Public Administration, etc. Degrees in technical areas (Engineering, Bachelor of Science, Architecture, Mathematics, etc.) Addressed to Professionals who after a few years of professional experience, want to improve their work to management positions. They need to consolidate their knowledge in the functional areas of the company, develop innovative thinking, enhance entrepreneurial skills and strengthen managerial and leadership attitudes. GOALS The MBI, whose main objective is to provide professionals of tools for managing the growth of the company based on innovation and entrepreneurial capacity. The program puts the focus on creating greater value for customers, taking advantage, for example, a tool such as Open Innovation. Remarkable Activities This MBI includes: Welcome Day on which develops BUSINESS SIMULATOR as introductory tool to the world of management. On this day students will test their skills Negotiation, Communication, Teamwork and Conflict Delegation under situations that may be experienced in corporate reality. Two Corporate Days, in which multinational companies located in the region of Catalonia visit. According to the academic calendar, each day will be held at the end of the first two postgraduate degrees, ie, one at the end of the PDD and the other at the end of PHD. Practices in Multinational Enterprises. Module 1. EXECUTIVE DEVELOPMENT - PDD 140 h - 20 ECTS Strategic Management Strategic Marketing Marketing Marketing Digital Commercial address Financial Management HR Management Operations Management Business Simulation Business Conferences Business Plan Module 2. MANAGEMENT SKILLS - PHD 120 h - 15 ECTS Interpersonal communication as a strategic management tool. Powerful and effective presentations in public. Different formats and records presentation Address project teams. Conflict management as a source of innovation and creativity. transformational leadership. Managing multicultural teams. Outdoor session: Interpersonal skills. Module 3. INNOVATION MANAGEMENT 120 h - 15 ECTS Innovation Management Quality Management and Innovation Management Systems Innovation Innovation Conferences Module 4. Entrepreneurship 70 h - 10 ECTS The Entrepreneur Entrepreneurial Strategy Finance for Entrepreneurs ICT for a Start-up Legal and Corporate Issues Seminar Sales Business Plan The best way to find that a Master in Innovation is well spent, is to generate a tangible result, as a Business Plan. This is in group developed during the year of study under the guidance and supervision of specialized tutors. From the beginning, students will propose three Business Opportunities -OpN, which shall be considered by program managers. One of the 3 ODN, shall be submitted by each student before the rest of his teammates and hence the 4 best, chosen by the students will be chosen. Subsequently, groups as new knowledge within the program are consolidated shall conform, develop their respective ODN. Stages of the Business Plan: Presentation and choice of ODN Project development: in-depth analysis Business Plan Writing Business Plan Presentation Faculty Module 1. Lazarus, Jesus Coordinator and Professor of Management module. Electrical Engineer. PDG by IESE. Associate consultant of STRAX. Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship MBA Master of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. Professor of Strategic Management and Business Plan at the UOC. Module 2. Beard, Henry Coordinator and Professor of Management module Innovation. Doctor Telecommunications Engineer and Master in Management and Organization from the Polytechnic University of Catalunya. General Director of the B2B Division at CIRSA. Author of several books on innovation management. Module 3. Martinez de Tejada, Juan Coordinator and Professor of Entrepreneurship module. Telecommunications Engineer. Expert in managing venture capital funds aimed at innovation and technology-based companies. On the boards of several technology companies. Module 4. Molas, Isabel Coordinator and Professor of Management Skills module. Master in Communication Management in Organizations from the UB. Master in European Business Studies from the University of Sheffield (UK). Founding member of the company MiB. Trainer specializing in the development of managerial and communication skills. [-]