UAM Summer School of Economics and Business
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) is one of the top universities in the World. UAM is Spain’s university leader on research. UAM’s Campus, joint with the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), was nominated by Spain’s Ministry of Education and Science as Campus of International Excellence. UAM maintains strong connections with Municipalities, Institutions, Businesses, and NGO’s, and it actively supports entrepreneurship through its Center for Entrepreneurial Initiatives.
The Faculty of Economics and Business Studies is one of the leading Economics and Business schools in Spain, Europe, and the World. It offers a wide range of first-class Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral Degree programs. Faculty’s research spans all areas of Economics and Business Studies.
UAM’s Summer School of Economics and Business is a perfect opportunity to earn ECTS credits during the Summer Term. It is an exclusive 4-week program (from June 29th to July 24th, 2020) that comprises some of the University regular high-quality courses, all taught in English by Faculty’s top professors. The Summer School brings together students from all over the world in a truly international environment. The academic content is combined with social and cultural events, as well as academic field trips, which are not offered during the regular semesters.
The Program of SSEB is divided into an Economics Track and a Business Track, each composed of 2 courses. Students can register for one or two courses, and earn 6 or 12 ECTS credits respectively.
1. Economics Track:
- Environmental Economics & Policy Analysis
- International Finance
2. Business Track:
- Global Marketing
- Doing Business in Spain
3. Mixed Track: one course from the Economics Track and one course from the Business Track.
The SSEB is especially designed for upper undergraduate students from the fields of Economics and Business. However, some of the courses may also be of interest for students coming from other fields, such as Social Sciences in general, Political Sciences, Philosophy, and Law.
Bachelor’s degree graduates may also apply.
A good command of English language (minimum B2 level) is a general requirement for all applicants. For other requirements, please consult the Academic Guide and Syllabus of each course.
One course (6 ECTS credits) – 1,299 €
Two courses (12 ECTS credits) – 1,999 €
Discounts of 12.5% for Early Bird Registration (until February 28) and Partner Universities. Discounts can be accumulated to 25% if both apply.
The Program cost includes:
- Tuition fees for the courses selected;
- Cost of social and cultural events, as well as field trips included in the Program. More detailed program will be announced later on.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Travel, room, and board costs are NOT included. The Office of Study Abroad at UAM will provide help in finding accommodation for interested students. There are some on- and off-campus housing options available on a first-come first-served basis.