The Business School at the Universitat of Barcelona welcomed 18 new students that joined this year the MSc in International Business. Most of them come from Europe (61,1%), Asia (16,7%), Africa (11,1%), and America (11,1%). Altogether, there are 13 nationalities represented on this class where the average age is 24,5 years old.
This diverse group of people will now pursue an official one-year programme taught in English, designed to train specialists in global business management and covers the fields of finance and accounting, marketing, operations, human resources and strategic management.
These students enrolled on the MSc in International Business have an undergraduate degree in Business Management or Administration (44,5%), International Business (27,8%), Economics (16,6%), Communication (5,55%), and Aviation Management (5,55%). They come from some universities, including University of Hamburg, Hult International Business School, and American University of Nicaragua.
The director of the programme, Dr Mercè Bernardo, welcomed the new class of the MSc in International Business on October 5th. During this session, students received guidance on the programme as well as all resources and services offered by the university, including general recommendations related to Covid-19.