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School of Economics and Business

School of Economics and Business

Undergraduate Studies

There are 112 places available for visiting students in 28 undergraduate courses offered at the School of Economics and Business.

Students who wish to take a course not included in the list of courses with places reserved for visiting students below should wait until the general enrollment period has been closed, at which time the School will be able to determine the number of available places left.

Master’s Degrees

There are 164 places available for visiting students in 56 master’s degree courses taught at the School of Economics and Business.

Students who wish to take a course not included in the list of courses with places reserved for visiting students below should wait until the general enrollment period has been closed, at which time the School will be able to determine the number of available places left.

Generally, visiting students will be granted a place in the course of their choice until all available places have been filled. Visiting students must meet all of the admission requirements for master’s programs applicable to regular students. Applications are considered by the master’s program Coordinator.

A general description of the admission requirements is available at:

http://www.uam.es/ss/Satellite/es/1242684629435/listadoEstudios/Listado_de_Masteres_Oficiales.htm

 

As a guide, admission requirements include:

- Time availability to acquire the skills related to on-site activities

- Proof of English proficiency

- Students whose first language is not Spanish should provide proof of at least a B2-equivalent proficiency level

- Undergraduate, bachelor or equivalent degree in a related subject. The following specific qualifications may also be required:

- Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA): Knowledge of management computing and statistical applications required

- Master’s Degree in Marketing Management: Students must have taken basic or introductory courses in marketing and market research

- Master’s Degree in International Economics: Intermediate knowledge of macroeconomics, microeconomics, econometrics, statistics, and mathematics required 

Subjects opened to registration to visiting students in the Facultry of Economic Sciences and Bussiness for the 2018/2019 course

 

List of courses with places reserved for visiting students within the program