Degree number of credits: 90

Compulsory credits: 52

Elective credits: 8

Final project: 6

Work placements/Internships: 24

Degree code: 2166

Years: 2

Teaching type: face-to-face

Knowledge branch: Social and legal science

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Places available for new students: 30

Minimum number of enrolment credits per student: 36

Price per credit
[2022-2023 academic year]:
35,34 €

Management Centre: Faculty of Economics

Languages used in class: Spanish and English

Participating universities: University of Valencia

Academic coordinating commission Vicente Juan Pallardó López (Director)
Vicente Esteve García
José Pla Barber
Roberto Escuder Vallés
Haydeé Calderón García
María Feo Valero
Gertrudis Inés Cubells Raga (PAS)

Academic, scientific or professional interest: The Master's Degree in Economic Globalisation: International Trade Management offers the knowledge, skills and tools needed for establishing and developing the lines of policies and international commercial strategy that most adapted to the needs of a business with vocation to elaborate or improve a solid process of internationalisation. All this, reinforced by the presence of a significant part that involves the globalisation process of the enterprises, giving also answer to the needs of national and international institutions, of promotion, regulation and international business analysis. The current economic situation involves a challenge of exceptional magnitude for the public institutions, the financial entities and the non-financial enterprises and therefore, for all the professionals who assume responsibilities of these requests. These professionals are forced to respond efficiently to factors such as: the need to amend the strategies of internationalisation; the constant pressure of an increased international competition (but also of greater opportunities in new markets); the responsibility to discriminate among a multiplicity of investment options – real and financial -, in many occasions of high valuation difficulty; the obligation to study the weaknesses, modify and adapt in accounting, auditing and regulatory matters; the convenience of coordination of micro and macroeconomic policies. Hence, the new generations who wish to incorporate to that international labour market, global in its working, in its responsibilities and its objectives, must be prepared for the endless list of challenges – on the same level as the opportunities that they face. For this, they are given a specific training with an explicitly international orientation that deepen their previous knowledge and are trained to immerse themselves in that new economic world.

PhD programme linked to this Master’s programme: International Economy and Tourism

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