Master's Degree in Management and Financial Management
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The master's degree in financial management prepares students to make financial decisions in global and uncertain environments. The program works with big data, with data visualization and extraction tools, and with financial technologies such as Refinitiv Eikon, Cognos Analytics and Tableau.
If you are looking for flexibility, our online methodology offers you what you need. Online classes are taught live and recorded on the virtual campus. You can access them at the time you prefer or see them again to review concepts.
Train with the best active professionals, teachers with extensive professional experience in companies such as Fintech Spain, Indra, Grupo Allianz or Pan Hispano. With our experiential learning methodology, you will work on real cases to consolidate your knowledge and gain practical experience.
Why study this master's degree in financial management online?
With the master's degree in financial management, you will delve into taxation, management, treasury, M&A processes, private equity, venture capital, VaR methodologies and other concepts of financial risk analysis.
- Unique program: study the only master's degree with which you will learn about financial management, investment evaluation, risk analysis and control tools.
- International focus: acquire key knowledge of international financial management and regulatory instruments such as the MiFID II regulations.
- Financial direction, planning and management: learn to analyze investments, value financial and business assets, design strategic planning, etc.
- Financial analysis: train yourself in the analysis of tax planning, investment management and tax optimization strategies. This knowledge will allow you to make decisions that improve the results of your company.
- Financial risk and VaR: master the analysis, control and management of financial and business risk thanks to parameters such as Value at Risk (VaR).
- M&A processes: delves into the field of mergers and acquisitions and the application of hedging strategies.
- Direct contact with experts: learn from active professionals such as Pablo Blasco Bocigas (founder and director of Fintech Spain), Rafael Muñiz Gil (head of Big Data at Retail Risk at CaixaBank) or Luis La Calle (consultant for the World Bank, Banco Santander and Barclays Bank, and investment banking expert).
- Management skills: complete your profile with leadership and communication skills to be able to transmit your decisions effectively.
What makes this master's degree in financial management unique?
Quality educational programs
The Universidad Europea is committed to offering its students comprehensive, innovative and quality training. We want to accompany you in your learning process and help you achieve your professional goals.
Direct contact with your teachers
The teaching team has active professionals and doctors with recognized experience. The teachers are at your disposal to help you resolve your doubts and get the most out of your studies.
With the latest technologies
Learn how to use our virtual simulators and the most used professional applications in the field of financial management. Master the tools of Refinitiv Eikon, Cognos Analytics and Tableau and make your resume stand out from the rest.
24/7 technical support
You can contact the Student Service Center by chat or phone. It is available 24 hours a day, every day of the week.
Live online classes
All subjects have weekly classes via videoconference. You can follow them live from any computer or mobile device.
You will be supported by your own tutor who will offer you personalized guidance and advice throughout the course to help you achieve your goals.
Obtain 60 ECTS credits.
- Module 1. Financial Management and Financial Markets
- Module 2. Financial Planning and Management Control Technologies
- Module 3. Financial Management and Investment Evaluation
- Module 4. Corporate Financial Taxation
- Module 5. Treasury Resource Management
- Module 6. Business Financing
- Module 7. Risk Analysis and Control Tools
- Module 8. Finance and Information Management (Big Data, Business Analytics, Fintech)
- Module 9. Professional Practices
- Module 10. Master's Thesis
- CB1. Possess and understand knowledge that provides a basis or opportunity to be original in the development and/or application of ideas, often in a research context.
- CB2. That students know how to apply the knowledge acquired and their ability to solve problems in new or little-known environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to their area of study.
- CB3. That students are able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of formulating judgments based on information that, being incomplete or limited, includes reflections on the social and ethical responsibilities linked to the application of their knowledge and judgments.
- CB4. That students know how to communicate their conclusions – and the knowledge and ultimate reasons that support them – to specialized and non-specialized audiences in a clear and unambiguous way.
- CB5. That students possess the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous.
- CT1. Creativity. Ability to create new ideas, reach conclusions or solve problems in an original way. It requires knowledge, curiosity, imagination and evaluation of alternatives. The most fundamental level of creativity manifests itself as discovery and the highest as innovation.
- CT2. Strategic communication. Ability to effectively transmit messages (ideas, knowledge, feelings, arguments), both orally and in writing, in such a way that the interests of the different agents involved in communication are strategically aligned.
- CT3. Digital competence. Capacity that enables effective and secure use of information and communication technologies. It helps the development of critical thinking and is a key capacity for data search and analysis, research, communication, learning and inclusive participation in society.
- CT4. Influential leadership. Ability to influence others, to be able to direct or guide them towards specific objectives in times of constant changes derived from volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environments (VUCA) of the current world. Influential leaders are role models and are capable of achieving high performance and the best results. Their generous, ethical, empathetic behaviors and a high level of emotional intelligence allow them to serve as role models, achieving high performance and motivation in their teams.
- CT5. Teamwork. Capacity that develops social intelligence to cooperate with others in achieving a shared objective, participating actively, empathetically and exercising active listening, in addition to effective communication and respect for all members, with maturity and effectiveness. In the digital age, this effectiveness translates into the ability to work with others in multiplatform, multicultural, multilingual and multidisciplinary environments in a fluid manner and achieving the objectives set.
- CT6. Critical analysis. Ability to integrate analysis with critical thinking in a process of evaluating different ideas or possibilities and their potential for error, based on evidence and objective data that lead to effective and valid decision-making. It is about learning to locate, extract, analyze and interpret reliable information and data and then study, examine and reason, thus being able to reach a conclusion quickly and efficiently, as today's world demands.
- CT7. Resilience. People's ability to adapt to adverse, unexpected situations that cause stress, whether personal or professional, overcoming them and even turning them into opportunities for positive change. This ability translates into a profound growth of the person, making them aware of their limitations, leaving their comfort zone, learning from obstacles, developing their emotional intelligence and learning to persevere in the face of difficult situations.
- CT8. Ethical-social competence. Ability to function adequately in a profession and coexist in a plural society and a diverse world. This capacity aims to develop global and responsible citizens, aware of inequality and sensitive to diversity in a global world. With ethical awareness and social commitment. International, multilingual, flexible and adaptable in multicultural environments.
- CG1 - Propose innovative solutions to problems detected in the context of financial management and management, applying the knowledge and skills acquired in new or little-known environments, including specialized professional multidisciplinary contexts
- CG2 - Analyze and evaluate theories, results and developments in the financial field, formulating precise and relevant judgments, with a reflection on the social responsibility or ethics derived
- CG3. Communicate in a structured and reasoned manner conclusions and analysis of evaluations and work in the context of financial management, as well as the most relevant foundations on which they are based.
- CG4. Apply and integrate the knowledge and skills acquired in the definition and development of work procedures, in the financial field, autonomously and with responsibility for coordination and supervision of technical work.
- CG5. Apply, analyze and discriminate technological resources with different purposes, objectives and applicability in the context of financial management and direction.
- CG6. Demonstrate advanced knowledge in a research context, as well as an understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects and work methodology in the field of study of financial management and management
- CE1. Examine and interpret the company's competitive environment and the key elements of strategic management and planning, as well as the business value creation process.
- CE2. Analyze the macroeconomic environment, examining the structure of the international financial system.
- CE3. Select the most appropriate computer tools for extracting information from databases for decision making in uncertain global environments.
- CE4. Analyze and interpret the company's financial statements and their limitations for making business decisions.
- CE5. Evaluate the investment selection criteria, the net current value of the funds generated and the required rate of return, for decision making at the financial management level, regarding investments.
- CE6. Make decisions at the financial management level, regarding the optimal capital structure, as well as the forms of shareholder remuneration (dividend policy).
- CE7. Develop and prepare the company's financial plan, understanding budget planning processes and applying forecasting techniques and strategy.
- CE8. Apply and adapt technological management control tools, which allow you to choose the systems, applications and methodologies that help the management of a company in the recording of data, the control and improvement of processes and in the consolidation of data and taking of decisions.
- CE9. Develop a practical vision of the tax implications of business decisions, optimization strategies, tax burden and tax financial profitability of the different investment alternatives.
- CE10. Examine the national and international regulatory systems applicable in the financial field, evaluating the consequences of their application and non-compliance, especially the application of the Regulations relating to Markets in Financial Instruments (MiFID II).
- CE11. Employ and evaluate portfolio management and optimization techniques, designed according to expected results.
- CE12. Evaluate and discriminate the different types of business projects, their sources of financing, as well as calculating the weighted average cost of capital (“ WACC ”).
- CE13. Analyze and interpret the inorganic growth processes of companies via mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and the business restructuring processes " venture capital", "private equity".
- CE14. Manage different types of risk, applying risk hedging strategies and derivative products (futures, options, SWAPs, FRAs , exchange insurance).
- CE15. Use financial technology tools (FINTECH) and business analytics techniques to make financial decisions.
- CE16. Apply the acquired knowledge, skills and competencies in a practical and integrative way in professional environments where activities in the areas are carried out: financial management, supervision (internal control), consulting (financial consulting, accounting, business valuation and investment analysis, etc. .) and financial intermediation.
- CE17. Apply knowledge, skills and competencies in a global, multidisciplinary and integrative way in the practical and systematized development of a project/master's final project (essay, consulting work, research work, etc.) with a focus on making related decisions with financial direction and management, as well as its defense before a court.