Degree

Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management

School

Economics and Business School

Campus

Economics and Business School, Moncloa Campus, Montepríncipe Campus

ECTS

240 ECTS

Language of instruction

Spanish, English

Places

330

PRESENTATION

DEGREE OBJECTIVES
 

The Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management has a twofold objective: on the one hand, to offer our students solid training that is closely linked to the professional activity they will carry out in the future, and on the other, to help them acquire the attitudes and skills necessary to work in a globalized and dynamic world and adapt to the highly competitive and constantly evolving economic sector.

Compulsory company internships and a wide range of additional activities organized by the School (Current Economic and Business Program, Professionals in the Classrooms, Employment Forum, Career Opportunities, visits to companies, participation in different university competitions launched by companies, etc.) enable our students to liaise with professionals in the business world and help guide their future professional development, while they simultaneously complete the degree.

More and more companies are beginning to positively value the international experience of undergraduate students. Therefore, the School encourages and enables students to complete part of their studies in a foreign university through the Erasmus Program or the multiple bilateral agreements that the university has signed with European, American, Asian or Australian universities. The Bilingual Programs with Boston University and the University of Chicago also offer the possibility of completing part of the studies at a highly prestigious university.

Students wishing to do so can also conveniently complement their studies by combining the Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management with another in: Marketing and Commercial Management, Economics, Law, Pharmacy or Engineering and Information Systems.

All in accordance with the criteria of quality, excellence and rigor inherent to CEU and aiming to ensure students actively participate and take on the key role in their own learning process.

WHY CHOOSE THE BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT

The Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management offers solid training that is closely linked to the business world in which the graduate will work in the future. The extensive economic knowledge and acquired skills will enable students to develop a comprehensive and detailed perspective and, therefore, work in the different areas of business of private and public companies: purchasing, production, financial, accounting, commercial, human resources, management, etc., both nationally and internationally, in small or large enterprises, and in any sector of the economy, thus creating a pathway to a wide range of professional opportunities.

Students with an entrepreneurial drive will also receive the necessary training to be able to develop and successfully launch their business initiative.

StartinCEU (organized and managed by students in the School) also offers entrepreneurial students the necessary guidance and support to turn their business project into a reality.

The staggering versatility of graduates makes this degree one of the most sought after in the market today.

WHY CHOOSE THE BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT

CEU is a prestigious educational institution in Spain with a long-standing and renowned tradition in university education. It is characterized by its constant pursuit of academic excellence and rigor, seeking to develop responsible professionals committed to society. There are numerous reasons to study at CEU, including:

  1. Its highly qualified faculty, with extensive teaching experience (more than 15 years on average), optimum levels of engagement and commitment to their educational responsibility. The permanent teaching staff on the degree are complemented by professionals from different fields of economic activity who provide a more practical and professional approach to learning.

  2. Advanced teaching methodology: Since its origins, and long before the creation of the European Higher Education Area, CEU has been aware of the need to train professionals to a high caliber, with solid economic knowledge and specific attitudes and skills necessary to get ahead in the professional world. With this in mind, it has always strived for innovation in teaching, for the incorporation of information and communication technology into curricula, for the use of a continuous assessment system (which requires the student to work on a day-to-day basis, allowing for gradual and longer-lasting learning) and for practical-oriented training. The small size of the groups without a doubt facilitates the use of active and participatory teaching methods, which ultimately fosters and consolidates our students’ learning.

  3. Small groups that enable thorough monitoring of our students’ learning process, in turn forging a close relationship between professors and students.

  4. The tutorial work has been a distinguishing mark of our university’s identity from day one. From the moment they begin their studies, every student on the degree is assigned a tutor who provides guidance on their stay at the University, thus allowing them to obtain the maximum possible performance from their learning process. In addition, professors have an extensive tutoring timetable to resolve any queries that students may have concerning their subject, as well as to assist and guide them in completing the different assignments, case studies, etc.

  5. The internationalization and internship programs are key learning components at CEU. Aware of economic globalization, the School offers the possibility of studying the degree entirely in English and encourages students to complete part of their studies at a foreign university. The more than eighty Business Administration and Management agreements and the two Bilingual Programs with Boston University and the University of Chicago are clear examples of our commitment to the internationalization of our students. In response to the importance of initial contact with the professional world, the degree includes 12 credits of external internships (curricular) among the compulsory subjects to be taken by students. Nevertheless, students wishing to do so can also complete additional extra-curricular internships during their time at the University, acquiring experience and facilitating their entry into the labor market.

  1. The entry of our students into the labor market. The results of a survey on labor market entry conducted recently indicate that the entry rate of students on our Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management is 95%. 85% of those surveyed believe that their job is closely related to their studies. 95% believe that the completed studies serve them in their jobs. Graduates regard the practical training and knowledge acquired as the strong points of the degree. The Everis Foundation has very recently drawn up a “University-Company Ranking” report with the aim of identifying the top 10 Spanish higher education institutions (both public and private) for different areas of knowledge by quantitatively analyzing the opinions of employers. It is about identifying the balance between what university students learn and what companies demand. The Universidad CEU San Pablo, in fifth place for Business Administration and Management, obtains the best scores in three competences: Honesty and ethical commitment, ability to learn and adapt to change, and orientation to results, the three most important competences for employers.

  2. Extra-curricular activities: the School organizes a wide range of additional activities (Current Economic and Business Program, Professionals in the Classrooms, Employment Forum, Career Opportunities, job-searching techniques, visits to companies, participation in different university competitions launched by companies, etc.) that enable our students to liaise with professionals in the business world and help guide their future professional development, while they simultaneously complete the degree.

  3. Wide range of academic options: students can study the Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and Management in Spanish and/or English, and anyone wishing to do so can complement their studies by taking part in our Bilingual Programs with Boston University and the University of Chicago, simultaneously completing the degree with any of the following: Marketing and Commercial Management, Economics, Law, Pharmacy or Engineering and Information Systems, as well as achieving greater specialization in a specific area, completing one of the postgraduate programs at the University.

  4. Bloomberg: the School has a classroom equipped with 8 Bloomberg terminals, one of the main economic and financial information applications worldwide, used by operators and professional analysts of financial markets, making it an essential tool for all students who wish to work in the financial field in the future. Advanced knowledge of the software undoubtedly adds great value to our students’ résumés.

  5. StartinCEU: a project that is organized and managed by the students in the School, seeks to encourage entrepreneurship and business development in students whilst they complete their university degree. It is ultimately a place to strengthen relations between entrepreneurs and students, providing them with insight into the world of business, thanks to the participation of a large number of collaborating companies, and offering them the training and advice necessary to launch their business initiative.

  6. Program of Excellence: Through its commitment to the fostering and development of talent, the University offers high-achieving students more specialized and innovative training that allows them to develop the skills and abilities most in demand within the world of work.

 
PROFILE OF NEW STUDENTS

In order to define the ideal profile of new students seeking to study this degree, we must take into account:

  1. Attitude and aptitude. Business Administration and Management graduates must be motivated, have perseverance, initiative and creativity, as well as intellectual, business and economic inquisitiveness. Willing to work both individually and as part of teams; therefore, during the selection process we pay special attention to the capabilities of the candidate in relation to the inquisitiveness mentioned. It is also necessary to have an aptitude for logical reasoning, numerical calculation, as well as the capacity for analysis and criteria for decision making.

  2. Inquisitiveness. The student must be inquisitive, have initiative, be willing to learn, to listen, to seek their personal brand, since the USPCEU experience encourages us to develop professionals capable of leading projects, people, companies, recognizing that effort must be made every day, building little by little, improving and engaging.

  3. Looking towards a professional future. At the end of this degree, the student will have acquired solid academic and practical training, will master the professional language and will be capable of working in the company of their choice, or will possess the skills necessary to be successful entrepreneur. To this end, the training that the student will receive in the degree is essential and systematic, with interrelated subjects. Only then can they understand business management and how the environment has an impact from a global perspective.

 
  1. Languages. Students must have an adequate level of English to have a successful career in the future. To acquire this level, the Universidad CEU San Pablo offers, through the International Programs in the School, the possibility of studying the entire degree in English (Business Management), and even studying the Business Management and Marketing degrees simultaneously. English courses led by our Language Center are also available to students, as well as international mobility programs throughout their studies. The University also promotes other languages including French and Chinese, which are both in great demand in the job market.

  2. International experience. The candidate must have an open view of new markets; the Universidad CEU San Pablo offers a range of international agreements for all students who have passed 50% of their credits and wish to experience study abroad.

  3. As for the high school diploma taken by the student, the option covering specific social sciences subjects is desirable. Nevertheless, those who have completed the Science and Technology area of study will also have no difficulty in completing their degrees.

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Competences

The Degree in Business Administration and Management is designed for the student to acquire a series of competences that will allow him or herself to successfully enter a professional career. The theoretical and practical teaching methodologies are aimed at achieving this. 

Among the important number of competences, the following stand out: 

  • Learning of the fundamental knowledge of economics and business, the study of the globalized environment and how it affects organizations, the tools to be taken into account when making business decisions, as well as their proper interpretation. It is essential to develop the capacity to identify and solve problems by applying professional criteria and understanding the competitive and institutional location of the organization by identifying its strengths and weaknesses. 
  • Ability to lead a company effectively, leading teams, managing change to anticipate the business environment, and finding creative solutions. It is also essential to develop the capacity to carry out critical analysis in quantitative and qualitative terms, including data analysis, digitalization, interpretation and extrapolation to the business reality.  Leadership and entrepreneurial spirit are also promoted, as well as the ability to run a business and be part of a work team. For this, it is essential to work the capacity of self-criticism and sensitivity to the diversity of people, cultures and businesses. 
  • Development of listening skills, negotiation, creativity, persuasion and effective oral and written communication, through the traditional means of the business world as the preparation and presentation of reports on specific business situations and markets, in addition to acquiring the necessary skills for the use of business digitalization + applied to the company, complemented by identifying sources of relevant economic information. 
  • Stimulation of reflection capacity: The student will develop the ability to analyze and synthesize the business reality, considering the person as the center of society, which implies being aware of the importance of a responsible direction towards all stakeholders: employees, customers, suppliers and society in general. 
  • Encourage the capacity for self-criticism, the management of diversity, the incorporation of artificial intelligence into the different areas of companies, innovation, all under criteria of social responsibility. 
  • Main knowledge of the English language, as well as other relevant languages in the business world, in the context of the discipline and professional performance, in addition to the indispensable oral and written communication skills. 

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Syllabus

Year 1

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Course Mathematics I
ECTS 6
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Course Statistics I
ECTS 3
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Course Creative thinking
ECTS 3
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Course Fundamentals of business management
ECTS 6
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Course Keys of contemporary history
ECTS 6
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Course Microeconomics
ECTS 6
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Course Company law
ECTS 6
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Course Data analysis tools
ECTS 3
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Course Fundamentals of financial accounting
ECTS 6
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Course Ethics
ECTS 3
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Course Mathematics II
ECTS 6
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Course Fundamentals of marketing
ECTS 6
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Course Statistics II
ECTS 6
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Course Business organisation and design
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Course Macroeconomics
ECTS 6
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Course Usiness Financing
ECTS 6
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Course Corporate taxation for decision-making
ECTS 6
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Course Statistical Analysis Tools for the Enterprise
ECTS 3
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Course Financial management
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Course Economic and business history
ECTS 6
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Course Business accounting and taxation
ECTS 6
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Course Marketing management
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Course Social doctrine of the Church
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Course Economic policy
ECTS 6
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Course Operations management
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Course Analysis of financial statements
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Course Accounting for decision-making
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Course Elective 1
ECTS 6
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Course Elective 1
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Course Business and entrepreneurship I
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Course Business and entrepreneurship II
ECTS 3
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Course Econometrics
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Course Applied macroeconomics
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Course Valuation of Asset
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Course Elective 2
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Course Strategic analysis of the Company
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Course Corporate strategies at the Company
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Course Economics for the 21st century
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Course Personnel management
ECTS 6
Course Dissertation
ECTS 6
Course Outside internship (annual)
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Course Business Ethics
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Course Personnel management
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Course Dissertation
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Course Outside internship (annual)
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Course Economics for the 21st century
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Course Personnel management
ECTS 6
Course Dissertation
ECTS 6
Course Outside internship (annual)
ECTS 12

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Course Personnel management
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Course Dissertation
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Course Outside internship (annual)
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Course Corporate strategies at the Company
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Course Economics for the 21st century
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Course Personnel management
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Course Dissertation
ECTS 6
Course Outside internship (annual)
ECTS 12

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Course Business Ethics
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Course Corporate strategies at the Company
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Course Economics for the 21st century
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Course Personnel management
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Course Dissertation
ECTS 6
Course Outside internship (annual)
ECTS 12

Admission and Scholarships

Prices Academic Year 2020/21
Reservation Fee
Reservation Fee
Reservation Fee
$695.00
Enrollment Fee
Enrollment Fee
Enrollment Fee
$1,295.00
Total (Price)
Total (Price)
Total (Price)
$9,780.00
By Month (Price)
By Month (Price)
By Month (Price)
$1,086.67
Price per Credit
Price per Credit
Price per Credit
$163.00
Number of Credits
Number of Credits
Number of Credits
60
Option
100% english
Total (Price)
Total (Price)
Total (Price)
$11,400.00
By Month (Price)
By Month (Price)
By Month (Price)
$1,266.67
Price per Credit
Price per Credit
Price per Credit
$190.00
Option
bilingual
Total (Price)
Total (Price)
Total (Price)
$10,758.00
By Month (Price)
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$1,195.33
Price per Credit
Price per Credit
Price per Credit
$179.30
Scholarships And Aids

The CEU San Pablo University offers diverse options of Scholarships and Aids for bachelor’s degree students. Consult the options below:


Consult the Admission Process

Regulations

Internships

One of the mains goals of the School of Economics and Business is the practical training of its students. To this end, all the degrees taught in the School have obligatory external internships included in the study plan for the final year. 

In addition to these practices of a curricular nature, students can, if they wish, carry out other voluntary, extracurricular activities to enrich their training and their Curriculum. The possibility of having contact with a work environment is fundamental for the students’ future incorporation into the labor market. Students in the company acquire competencies and skills that complement those acquired at the University, in addition to favoring their employability, and helping them decide on their professional goals. 

In short, we seek to advise and accompany the student, from the moment of enrollment in the University for their first year, and help the student prepare a CV that will serve as a business card, which we hope that will not lack experiences of the international professional world. In this way the student will be able to face his/her professional future in a much more secure and competent way. 

Management of the internships

Students of the School of Economics and Business will be assisted in all matters related to their internships by: 

Careers Moncloa  Calle Julián Romea 23, Building B, Office 1.27 

Phone: 91 456 42 18 - 91 514 01 17. 

carreras.moncloa@ceu.es 

List of companies with an agreement to conduct an internship (PDF in Spanish) 

Mobility

ERASMUS +

Would you like to study part of your degree at a foreign university? Would you like to go on an Erasmus? 

The students of the Degree in Business Administration and Management can carry out an international mobility of at least two semesters within the Erasmus + Program of the European Commission or through Bilateral Exchange Agreements signed between the CEU San Pablo University and other foreign universities. Our School has more than one hundred international agreements with Universities in four continents. You could study a semester or a whole academic year in prestigious institutions such as Copenhagen Business School in Denmark, Regent's University in London, Innsbruck University in Austria, Florida International University in Miami, Universidad de los Andes in Chile or even in Australia, Murdoch University and Queensland University.  

In the academic year 2019/2020, 90 students benefited from this mobility. For the same academic year, the School of Economics and Business received 141 foreign students. 

The mobility period takes place during the last two years, and can be either annual or semestral, depending on the academic offer of the host university. Thanks to the agreements signed by the School, during the 2019/2020 academic year the students of the Degree in Business Administration and Management had more than 300 annual places and more than 200 semestral places. 

At the end of your stay abroad, the subjects you have studied and passed will be academically recognized by our School, so that you can continue your studies, having enjoyed the international experience. 

In addition, the degree students can participate in various international activities, either through field trips or in the school's on-site and virtual classrooms. The School is committed to increasing the degree of internationalization of its courses through collaborative virtual projects between CEU students and students from foreign universities, so that they work intercultural, language, and communication skills, mixed team projects, etcetera. 

INTERNATIONAL BILINGUAL PROGRAMS 

Students of Business Administration and Management, thanks to the International Bilingual Programs with the collaboration of Boston University, have the opportunity to live an international experience that is essential for the future professional environment, which is every day more global: 

OUTGOING STUDENTS  

The student of this Degree will have international relations coordinators, who will have the task of orienting the students about the existing agreements for their degree program and accompany them throughout the mobility process.  

Likewise, we will advise you on the convenience or non-convenience of travelling to certain destinations, according to the circumstances and context of the place, looking for an alternative of mobility, both virtual and face-to-face.  

INCOMING STUDENTS: BLENDED MOBILITY  

Since the 2020-21 academic year, the equipment in our classrooms, the interactive teaching methodology and the new technologies allow the incoming students to take part in blended mobilities at the CEU San Pablo University, combining a virtual semester with a face-to-face one.   

All information regarding mobility is provided by the Vice-Rectorate of International Relations through its website and the mobility office.  

INTERNATIONALIZATION AT HOME: CEU GLOBAL CLASSROOM AND COIL METHODOLOGY  

  An international university is also an interconnected university in its broader sense. Therefore, the CEU Educational Group is developing a new educational strategy, based on internationalization at home, through the innovative COIL projects.  

  COIL is the acronym for Collaborative Online International Learning, a pioneer interactive methodology. It consists of digital classes between professors from two different universities and countries, which allows bringing the experience of global learning to a wider spectrum of students, regardless of their geographical location and without leaving home.  

  The COIL modules are born from the collaboration of our Schools with other international centers for the development of common digital projects, integrated into the study plans, ensuring that they are adapted to the CEU methodology and to the academic needs of our students.  

We have international COIL projects in all the Schools, in our two campuses; partners in the United States, Europe, Latin America, etc. Our experience in pedagogical innovation and internationalization is our best guarantee.    

Contact us if you belong to a foreign university and want to be a partner of the USP-CEU in the design and implementation of COIL projects.  

coil@ceu.es 

Facilities

The Degree in Business Administration and Management is mainly taught in the Moncloa Campus, which has a total of more than 75,000 square meters. Its main infrastructures and equipment allow the development of the educational goals by adapting to the necessary requirements to carry out the different activities planned. 

Moreover, in the case of students who combine the degree with other degrees, the facilities of the Schools where they are taught are also available. 

The School of Economics and Business has classrooms equipped with computers and projectors and work areas for students of this degree, workshops for teaching small groups, computer rooms, campus library, aula magna, common areas, etcetera. 

An original space in the CEU San Pablo University and the first in a Spanish University designed to promote teamwork, proactivity, relationship between students, implementation of projects... under the characteristics of design and philosophy of today’s company, with spaces for teamwork, brainstorming spaces, space for conferences and lectures, spaces for relaxation, etcetera. 

In the campus, courses, workshops, lectures, competitions, among other activities are organized. The students also have free access schedule for the development of their projects. The AULA Innova has five spaces for teamwork. 

BLOOMBERG ROOM 

BLOOMBERG is one of the main economic and financial information systems in the world, used by operators and professional analysts of financial markets. It is an essential tool for all those students who wish to work in financial markets in the future, which is why the knowledge of their functioning provides a great added value to their CVs and professional future. 

The CEU San Pablo University has nine BLOOMBERG economic and financial information terminals located in the Media Library of our University at Calle Julián Romea, 22. 

Faculty

Director of the Degree
Dra. Dª. Cristina Isabel Dopacio
dopacio.fcee@ceu.es; direccion.ade@ceu.es
Number Of Professors

124

Professors
% Of Professors with a Doctorate

69 %

Doctorates
% de doctores acreditados

38 %

Acreditados

Quality

As a result of the commitment to the Quality of the CEU San Pablo University, the Institute of Technology has developed a series of procedures that ensure the continuous review and improvement of all taught official Degrees and Masters, and has established an Internal Quality Assurance System (Sistema de Garantía Interna de la Calidad - SGIC) of the Center.

The body in charge of the monitoring and guaranteeing the quality of the Official Degrees is the Internal Quality Commission (Comisión Interna de Calidad - CIC), which guarantees the presence of the different interest groups in its composition.