Postgraduate and Doctoral Programs

MASTER’S PROGRAM IN GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT

DIRECTED BY: ANTONIO ALONSO RODRÍGUEZ

TERM:  October 2014 – December 2015

The Complutense Institute of International Studies (ICEI) has convened the 11th Edition of the Master´s Program in Gender and Development, offering specialized courses that combine excellent academic instruction with a field work phase (between 3-4 months) in Spain as well as other countries and regions in Latin America and Africa.

Given the growing demand for and study of the role of gender in development and international cooperation, ICEI has continued to offer this program since 1999.  The program´s expert staff includes scholars from nationally and internationally recognized universities and think tanks, as well as professional consultants from international organizations, public administration, and NGOs.

This year, the program has enjoyed the support of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID), which has provided 15 endowments in the form of travel stipends to cover the costs of moving, insurance and lodging during the field work phase.

TOTAL CONTACT HOURS:  500 (300 hours of lecture and 200 hours of field work

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MASTER’S PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE (ONLINE)

DIRECTED BY: LUIS HERNÁNDEZ MENDOZA

START DATE: 20 October, 2014

The Master’s Program in International Commerce centers on three course modules.  The first focuses on basic aspects of international trade: the fundamentals of foreign trade, international sectors, essential aspects of foreign trade in the European Union; Business English.  The second delves into finance and fiscal policy as these relate to international commerce: international taxes and tariffs, foreign trade, international finance.  The third deals with merchandizing and commercial expansion: marketing, new technologies, entrepreneurship, growth strategies, market analysis and international sales.

TOTAL CONTACT HOURS:  (104 hours of lecture and 416 hours of field work)

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MASTER´S PROGRAM IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (ONLINE)

DIRECTED BY: D. LUIS HERNÁNDEZ MENDOZA

START DATE: 20 October, 2014

The Master´s Program in International Business Management centers on two course modules.  The first focuses on basic management skills: ethics, talent management and leadership, conflict resolution, project management, communication skills, and a final group project.  The second delves into the fundamentals of business management:  entrepreneurship and venture capital, technology and the new economy, financial management and business control, financial systems and capital markets, sales management and advanced marketing technique, logistics and supply, and general management.

TOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 600 (120 hours of lecture and 480 hours of field work)


MASTER’S PROGRAM IN DIPLOMACY AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

DIRECTED BY: JOSÉ ANTONIO ALONSO RODRÍGUEZ, Dª ELENA PÉREZ

Postgraduate course in diplomacy and international relations designed for those interested in pursuing a career in the international realm.

TOTAL CONTACT HOURS: 550

TERM: 2014-2015 (closed)

You can find more information here (Spanish) or by contacting the Student Coordinator at the Diplomatic School of Spain:

Email:  mailto:escuela.master@maec.es

Telephone:  913 79 6914

                913 79 6931

                913 79 6934

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MASTER"S AND DOCTORAL PROGRAMS IN ECONOMICS AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT

The objective of the program is to train professionals in economics and technological policy as well as innovation management who are prepared to meet the demand for these fields in the public and private sectors.  The program is coordinated by GRINEI together with the research group PRIME­UAM at the Autónoma University of Madrid and the group Innovation, Industrial Property and Technological Policy at the Politécnica Univiersity of Madrid. 

The program is based on an international framework of resources and information.  During the 2009-2010 academic year alone, the program enrolled participants from three continents.  As a member of the research network, “European Studies of Society, Science and Technology,” the program has also established working relationships with the Univeristies of Maastricht, Aalborg and Oslo.

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