The ranking evaluates programs based on reputation, student satisfaction, and the salary level of graduates’ first jobs. The study includes business schools from 154 countries in nine geographical areas, including Western Europe, where the MSc in International Business competes.
Mercè Roca, the master’s academic director, commented on this recognition: “Proud of the faculty and staff of the program and of the quality of our students and graduates, which are the key to this success!”.
The Master of Science in International Business has the AMBA accreditation from the Association of MBAs and is recognized by the Ministry of Education of the Government of Spain. It has also been institutionally accredited by the Quality Agency of the University System of Catalonia (AQU), which certifies the quality of all official master’s degrees offered by UPF-BSM according to the criteria of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).
Two months ago, the students of the Master of Science in International Business (MScIB) had the opportunity to learn more about the Port de Barcelona strategy at a conference of its Deputy Director, Santiago Garcia-Milà, at ESCI-UPF. Yesterday, they enjoyed a boat trip to see its installations and facilities.
The 10th edition of the Master of Science in International Business (MScIB) reaches its final stages with a recognition for its quality and achievements: the AMBA accreditation for MBMs (Master’s in Business Management).
Four students of the Master of Science in International Business (MScIB) share their opinions on the Nordic Week, the virtual event organized jointly by ESCI-UPF, UPF-BSM and ACCIÓ that replaced the Business Trip given the COVID-19 situation.
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