What are official Simultaneous Master's degree programmes?
These programmes target persons who do have business management qualifications
Studying two programmes simultaneously affords an opportunity for graduates from non-business backgrounds like engineering, sciences, law, psychology, humanities, architecture, etc. to complete a Master's degree that they would not otherwise be able to enter.
How can I enter a Master’s programme in business?
By first completing the Master's degree in Business Law (official Spanish diploma) which is held from September to June. After January of the following academic year, you can apply to a second Master’s degree programme such as the following:
●Competitiveness & Innovation
Why are these programmes called “simultaneous”?
Because there are parts of the Master's degree in Business Law that you complete during the second Master's degree programme.
What advantages does this type of programme offer?
●The opportunity to study a specialist area that you would not otherwise be able to enter.
●Fee reductions on the second Master’s degree programme.
●You will earn 150 ECTS credits and two official diplomas
●You will undertake two internships
●You will improve your fluency in English thanks to the second Master’s degree programme