The International MBA aims to provide executives and managers with an integrated, transversal and global vision of general management. It is designed for those people and professionals who wish to improve and increase their knowledge in the management and administration of companies, work with the main management tools and strengthen their skills and competencies within an organization.
Faced with increasingly competitive markets, this program offers global strategic training in the framework of the company and, at the same time, promotes excellence in senior management and the development of leadership competencies.
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Who is headed?
The International MBA, from a transversal perspective, is aimed at executives, middle management, entrepreneurs and entrepreneurs with professional experience, seeking to accelerate their career within or outside of an international company, developing their skills and management skills in business environments dynamic and with a marked vocation towards the expansion of the business.
- Enhance and develop their managerial skills.
- Effectively manage the different areas of business management.
- Strengthen your knowledge in business management.
- Develop the essential management skills for decision making with autonomy and entrepreneurship.
- Provide a comprehensive and comprehensive vision of management and the role of the company in the environment that surrounds it, knowing the global nature of the business and differentiating responsibilities for each department.
- Offer students a point of view from the company, within a complex system of contrasts and changes that adapt to the reality of the environment.
- Contribute to the training of future business executives, providing participants with a base of general business management techniques and the specific knowledge required for the management of international business.
- To promote in the students their abilities and personal capacities of leadership, communication, negotiation and teamwork, of application in the daily management of the companies.
- Develop in the participants an international culture, promoting the openness of an international mentality and the ability to adapt to changes in the work environment.
The International MBA, enables you to develop your career focused on the exercise of the function of administration and general management of companies and other organizations of any international nature. Likewise, they may choose management positions in any of the functional areas usually identified in the company (marketing, finance, human resources, production, etc.).
To be able to access the International MBA, applicants must meet the following requirements:
Be in possession of a Bachelor, Architecture, Higher or Technical Degree, Bachelor, Diploma or other equivalent degree.
Students studying an MBA or equivalent higher studies.
Professionals with professional projection in the position held with a minimum of 3 years of experience.
In the event that you do not meet any of the above conditions, please contact the school and the admissions department will assess your particular case.
Upon completion of your studies, you will obtain a qualification issued by the European Business School of Barcelona endorsed and certified by the University Isabel I:
- International MBA
- Diploma of Specialization in Coaching and NLP
- Business English Program Certificate
In order to combine personal and professional life, the International MBA in is taught entirely online. In this way you can access all the training content through our Virtual Campus, this being the main platform of your training, so you can study from anywhere in the world at any time. All evaluations and final works are also done remotely.
Once registered, you will be able to access the Virtual Campus with all the academic resources you need, through which you will obtain a permanent communication between the other students and the professors, you will access discussion forums, you will be able to complete the training in English for executives, you will access the Campus ENEB to meet all your colleagues, among many other possibilities.
Constancy is one of the axes in your training plan. Through the self-assessments that will be provided through the Virtual Campus you can consolidate the knowledge acquired. To pass all the subjects, it is essential to deliver a final paper for each subject. When your team of tutors has evaluated you, you will be able to see your note in the Virtual Campus. Likewise, a document will be sent to your email explaining in detail all the points of your case study.
In the evaluation, your tutors will assess the following aspects:
- Presentation of the exercise, design, visual richness and spelling.
- Development of the work, complexity of the statement, logic and coherence in the results obtained in the practical case.
- Added value in the analysis and development of the proposed case.
- It should be remembered that all self-evaluations are voluntary and do not compute for the final grade for each of the subjects.rawpixel.com /
The International MBA is composed of the following agenda:
- Block 1. Business Strategy
- Module 1. Foundations of the strategy
- Module 2. Strategic objectives
- Module 3. The strategic process
- Module 4. Strategic formulation
- Module 5. Strategic analysis (in the dynamics of business management)
- Module 6. Strategy development
- Module 7. Training and implementation of the strategy
- Module 8. The balanced scorecard (CMI)
- Module 9. Case study
- Block 2. International Accounting
- Module 10. Introduction to accounting
- Module 11. Accounting in Spain
- Module 12. International accounting standards
- Module 13. Financial statements
- Module 14. Case study
- Block 3. Financial Management
- Module 15. Economic-financial structure
- Module 16. Economic and financial analysis
- Module 17. Cost and benefit of the company
- Module 18. The cost of short-term financial resources
- Module 19. The cost of long-term financial resources
- Module 20. Hierarchical selection and evaluation of simple investment projects
- Module 21. Financial planning
- Module 22. Self-financing of the company and dividend policy
- Module 23. Case study
- Block 4. Personnel Management and Management Skills
- Module 24. Work teams: contextual aspects
- Module 25. Directing / managing a work team
- Module 26. Empowerment: get the best out of your team and collaborators
- Module 27. Directing your team effectively: strategies
- Module 28. Case study
- Block 5. Coaching
- Module 29. Coaching: bases and foundations
- Module 30. Types of coaching and coaching in organizations
- Module 31. Coaching process and methodologies
- Module 32. Theoretical framework and other tools for coaching
- Module 33. Case study
- Block 6. NLP (Neurolinguistic Programming)
- Module 34. Introduction to NLP
- Module 35. NLP presuppositions, feedback and objectives
- Module 36. Representational systems, eye access, empathy, rapport and sensory keys
- Module 37. Language metamodel, calibration, associated / dissociated state and anchors
- Module 38. Submodalities, hypnosis and emotional intelligence
- Module 39. Conflict resolution, metaphors, advanced POPS model and beliefs
- Module 40. Case study
- Block 7. Supply Chain Management
- Module 41. Introduction to logistics
- Module 42. Means of transport
- Module 43. Incoterms 2010
- Module 44. Foreign trade
- Module 45. Customs and commercial documentation
- Module 46. Logistics of the 21st century
- Module 47. Spanish logistics sector
- Module 48. Case study
- Block 8. International Labor Advisory
- Module 49. Introduction to labor counseling in HR
- Module 50. Social Security
- Module 51. The employment contract
- Module 52. Prevention of Occupational Risks
- Module 53. Case study
- Block 9. International Corporate Tax
- Module 54. Introduction to Corporate Tax
- Module 55. The Corporation Tax in Spain
- Module 56. Global taxation of benefits
- Module 57. Case study
- Block 10. Marketing
- Module 58. Strategic Marketing
- Module 59. Marketing
- Module 60. Integrated communication marketing
- Module 61. Sales promotions
- Module 62. Quantitative analysis in business decisions
- Module 63. Prices
- Module 64. Case study
- Block 11. International Commerce
- Module 65. Introduction to international trade
- Module 66. Economic Theory of International Trade
- Module 67. Organizations and institutions
- Module 68. Documentation in international trade
- Module 69. Incoterms
- Module 70. The origin of the goods
- Module 71. Import
- Module 72. Export
- Module 73. The customs tariff of the goods
- Module 74. Anti-dumping duties, value added tax (VAT) and excise duties (IIEE)
- Module 75. Case study
- Block 12. Multilateral Internationalization
- Module 76. Projects of multilateral development agencies
- Module 77. Participation in multilateral development projects
- Module 78. Acquisitions
- Module 79. Technical assistance project
- Module 80. Evaluation, adjudication, negotiation and signing of the contract
- Module 81. Project management
- Module 82. Case study
- Block 13. Project Planning
- Module 83. Planning in the company
- Module 84. Scope planning
- Module 85. Time planning
- Module 86. Resource planning
- Module 87. Planning of costs
- Module 88. Case study
- Block 14. Corporate Social Responsibility
- Module 89. Introduction to corporate social responsibility
- Module 90. Stakeholders or stakeholders
- Module 91. Communication and transparency
- Module 92. Areas of activity
- Module 93. Components of CSR management
- Module 94. Measurement of CSR
- Module 95. Case study
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