The Master of Science in International Business is an on-campus program that combines diverse teaching methodologies to offer a hands-on learning experience:

Practical case studies

You are learning from the successes and failures of real organisations with a hands-on applied approach to put the skills you have acquired into practice.

In-class discussions and group activities

The master of science includes practical simulations, group dynamics, on-site presentations, and interactive activities to enhance the learning process in the institution. You will benefit from sharing these activities with the diverse people participating in the program.

Guests speakers

Experienced professionals from diverse sectors are invited to the campus to share their expertise and their knowledge of international business in specific fields.

Company visits

It is an opportunity to discover organisations in diverse sectors and learn about their business strategies and operations in international markets.

International Business Trip

A one-week trip visiting international organisations located in the country of destination to broaden the students' comprehension and knowledge of the dimensions involved in the internationalisation of businesses.


The assessment criteria for each course will be set out at the beginning of the term. The assessment system may vary from course to course but will be based on students’ performance in the following activities:

  • Written exams and multiple-choice tests
  • Oral presentations
  • Individual works and essays
  • Group projects
  • Class participation and contribution to debates


Project-oriented learning and the combination of lectures and active methodologies such as case studies, flipped learning, solving real problems, and professional simulations allow the student to connect theory and practice, acquire advanced skills and achieve knowledge transferable to work.

You will have the following:

  • Master's Final Project (TFM) or  Postgrad Final Project (TFP)
  • A personal mentor to monitor your final project (TFM or TFP)
  • Digital resources to achieve transversal skills
  • Interdisciplinary activities and workshops