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Global MBA Universidad Europea
This Global MBA is an official degree recognised internationally and throughout Europe. It is aimed at professionals who wish to possess a 360-degree practical understanding of the different areas that make up a business.
The programme is particularly aimed at university graduates from diverse fields of study who are interested in acquiring the theoretical and practical skills needed to manage a business, as well as those who wish to develop an entrepreneurial skillset.
In addition, the programme is suitable for those individuals who are interested in tackling challenges to innovation and wish to continuously learn throughout their professional lives.
Our students possess a range of university degrees in areas such as: engineering, law, healthcare sciences, business management, economics, and more. All of our students are eager to complete their training and acquire the professional experience needed to develop a global, integrated and strategic understanding of business.
During this master’s, you will learn to lead different areas of a company and understand how to manage a business from a global perspective with real case studies from top-tier multinationals. You’ll discover how to use the management and planning tools used by world-leading companies today. A range of masterclasses, simulations and role plays will prepare you to become an impactful global leader.
Offered in the current academic course
The Global Master’s Degree in Business Administration offers students the opportunity to become specialised in specific sectors, such as: health and wellness, retail and e-commerce, and digital technologies. Students can choose one of these specialties by completing two specific modules: environmental analysis and strategy, and management of operations.
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.