Access and admission
Master's Degree in Business Innovation and Project Management
On-site: 1 year
Online: 1,5 - 3 years
Number of Places
This course has 55 places
a) Students who have previously undertaken the following studies in the following disciplines, and are in possession of the corresponding Spanish university degree may be admitted to this Masters degree without the need for any additional training.
b) students in possession of degrees in the following disciplines may be admitted to this Masters degree, provided that they take -if they have not already done so- 4 ECTS in Fundamentals of Business Management subject-matter:
- Legal and social sciences
- Health sciences
c) students in possession of degrees in the following disciplines may be admitted to this Masters degree, provided that they take - if they have not already done so- 8 ECTS distributed across the subject-matters of Fundamentals of Business Management (4 ECTS) and Statistics (4 ECTS):
- Arts and humanities
d) Likewise, graduates may enrol in accordance with educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area without qualification checks, if the university is able to prove that those show a level of training equivalent to the corresponding Spanish official university degree(s) and that in the country issuing the degree, the original qualification would be sufficient for access to postgraduate studies. In this case, direct admittance to the Masters degree, or admittances with previous complementary training, will be allowed, on the basis of a degree in the branch of knowledge and of the requirements of previous fields listed in cases (b) and (c) above.
The agency responsible for the admission of students is the Teaching Coordination Committee of the Master’s Degree Course.
For the admission of students, the following criteria shall be taken into account:
- The student’s academic record;
- Personal interview with the applicant; and
- Students shall be required to have achieved level B2 (of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment) for the English language, to be admitted to the Master’s degree course, in order to ensure that students have reached a sufficient level to ensure follow-up and learning, and achievement of expected results. For foreign students of countries with official languages other than Castilian Spanish, level B2 (of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment) for the Spanish language.