Master’s in International Retail
Master’s in International Retail : Admission and Enrolment
Admission and Enrolment
- University graduates with a bachelor’s degree or other university degree or diploma,* technical engineers, technical architects
- Applicants should submit the following documents:
- Letter setting out the reasons for taking the programme
- Photocopy of ID card or passport
- Photocopy of university degree
- Academic transcript*
- Passport-size photograph
* University degrees and academic transcripts should be authenticated through diplomatic channels or bear the Hague Apostille. If they are written in a language other than English, Spanish or Catalan, they should be accompanied by a sworn translation.
- Candidates send the required documentation to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Candidates are interviewed by the programme director
- Candidates are assessed
- Candidates receive an acceptance/rejection letter
Successful candidates will also receive enrolment guidelines and instructions for paying tuition fees
Tuition fees for the Master’s in International Retail at ESCI-UPF may be paid in instalments. More details are available when applying. Tuition fees must have been paid in full by 31 October, during the third term of the master’s degree.
UPF and ESCI-UPF Alumni members are entitled to a discount. Contact us for details of other discounts.
Students can also apply to the Fundación Tripartita to fund their master’s degree in part or in full through their company.
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