Masters Degree In Business Administration (MBA) de la Universidad Europea

Masters Degree In Business Administration (MBA)

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

TIPO DE CURSO: Másters Oficiales
METODOLOGÍA: Másters Presenciales
INICIO: Abierto


The Master's Degree in Business Administration - MBA at Universidad Europea is a 9-month programme that aims to equip you with the skills you need to take on positions of responsibility at leading companies acorss the world. You will discover how to use a range of technologies to transform and optimise any business.

As you study the MBA in Madrid, 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.


Title issued by Universidad Europea de Madrid


Module 1: General Management 6 OBLIGATORY English (en)
Module 3: Finance and Accounting 6 OBLIGATORY English (en)
Module 4: Marketing And Communication 6 OBLIGATORY English (en)
Module 6: Sales Management 6 OBLIGATORY English (en)
Module 7: Technology And Innovation 6 OBLIGATORY English (en)
Module 8: External Academic Practices 6 OBLIGATORY English (en)
Module 9: Capstone Project - TFM 6 OBLIGATORY English (en)
Module 2A: Strategy and Business Environment analysis 6 OPTATIVE English (en)
Module 5A: Operations Management 6 OPTATIVE English (en)


Basic competencies

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 competencies

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 competencies

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.


Business Managers with a deep understanding of technology are the most in-demand today

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.