Teaching in English

The Faculty of Economics and Business offers a significant number of teaching credits in English, both in bachelor's and master's degree courses.
Bachelor's degrees

  • The bachelor's degree in International Business is taught entirely in English, with the exception of the subjects teaching foreign languages for business
  • The bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Management (ADE) offers the possibility of taking a pathway in English (groups A6 and B6).
  • The Business-University-Society Program (EUS) offers students in their last two years of studying ADE or Economics the possibility of receiving comprehensive training taught entirely in English: EUS ADE and EUS Economics.
  • Offering of other subjects taught in English, both in ADE and Economics, and those taught in the bachelor's degree in Sociology.
  • Bachelor's thesis (TFG): the Faculty offers students the possibility to write the TFG in English. The TFG is part of a compulsory subject that enables students to apply the skills acquired during the degree. The TFG is carried out in the final stage of the degree course in the form of an extended paper, study or report. Writing the TFG in English adds values to the students' learning experience and is an opportunity to present their work more easily to international companies and institutions.
  • International placements are a unique learning experience that allows students to grow, both personally and professionally, while also providing added value and differentiating features to their curricula when it is time to join the labour market.

As for postgraduate degrees, the Faculty of Economics and Business offers students the possibility of studying the master's degree in Economics, the master's degree in International Business and the Erasmus Mundus master's degree in Global Markets, Local Creativities fully in English. The rest of the university master's degrees of the Faculty offer subjects in English in different percentages. See the specific data for each course of studies.