Blended Master in Accounting and Financial Management

31 MAY 2021
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Train as an expert professional in accounting and finance, and specialize in Corporate Finance, Controlling or International Finance.

  • Financial Management
  • Finance
  • Accounting
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Classes start
06 November, 2021 (To be confirmed)
Program ends
25 June, 2022 (To be confirmed)
Schedule
2 weekends a month. Friday from 5.30 pm to 9.30 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm
Language
Spanish
Modality
Blended Learning
Price
8500 €

The main objective of the Blended Master in Accounting and Financial Management at UPF Barcelona School of Management is to train expert professionals who can successfully manage the accounting and financial department of any company or institution.

You will acquire the essential knowledge for aligning the evolution of the economic and financial environment with the financial strategy of any organization. In addition, you will master the specialties of Controlling, Corporate Finance and International Finance and Accounting, which allow you to focus your professional career on the field that interests you the most.

Throughout the course you will learn the latest techniques for customer management, treasury and long-term financial management. You will delve into the design and implementation of capitalization, indebtedness and dividend policies and you will learn to choose those financing instruments that best suit the needs of the company.

In addition, in the Corporate Finance specialization, you will have the opportunity to obtain a double degree with Montpellier University - MOMA (France).

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Why choose this program

01

Choose the modality that suits you

We offer the same program, content and academic qualification in 3 different modalities: on-campus, blended and online. You can choose the modality that suits your personal and professional situation.

The program is also offered entirely in English.

02

Learn from industry professionals

You will train with UPF professors, whose Department of Economics and Business has been rated 1st in Spain, 3rd in Europe and 46th in the world, by Times Higher Education. You will also train with recognized active professionals who will contribute their knowledge and experience in applying theory to practice.

03

Access to CIMA, ACCA and CFA credentials

Completing the master's degree gives you accelerated access to the CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) and ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) credentials, two of the most internationally recognized institutions for accrediting professionals in management & accounting, financial accounting and management accounting. At the end of the Master, you can also take the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam.

04

Undertake your internship in top-level entities

You will be able to undertake professional internships in prominent companies such as Danone, VidaCaixa, E&Y, Boehringer Ingelheim, or Nestlé, among others.

05

Be part of a long history

More than 1,000 students trained throughout its more than 20 courses guarantee the success and solidity of this master's degree.

Specializations

The master is made up of 4 modules. The first 3 are transversal, that is, they are common in the three specialties. The last module of the master is the specialty, which you can choose depending on the field in which you want to develop your professional activity.

  • Corporate finance

    Master the design and implementation of financial policies and optimal decision-making regarding financing and investment.

  • Controlling

    Specialize in the controller function. Learn to define and operationalize company strategy and coordinate business operations such as analytical accounting, advanced financial planning, and sector analysis.

  • International Finance and Accounting

    Focus on companies with an international presence. You will deal in depth with basic aspects such as international accounting regulations, the financial management of multinationals or international taxation. 25% of this specialty is taught in English.

Who is it for?

Aimed at both young graduates in the field of Business Administration, Economics, Accounting and Finance or Management, as well as graduated professionals who currently work in departments related to accounting and finance.

Admission and enrolment

Accreditations

his is an official master and has the academic recognition of the Ministry of Education of the Government of Spain. The Quality Agency of the University System of Catalonia (AQU Catalunya) has institutionally accredited the UPF-BSM. This accreditation certifies all the official university master's degrees that we teach and recognizes the quality of our educational model in accordance with the criteria of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA).

The master provides access to the CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) and CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) accreditations.

AQU-10920-ENACCA logoCFA InstituteCIMA logo

Curriculum

The Blended Master in Accounting and Financial Management is structured into 4 differentiated modules, the first 3 modules are common and are made up of compulsory subjects. The 4th module is the specialization and a series of optional subjects are offered from which you must choose 3. 

The Master's degree is completed with the professional internships and the preparation of the Master's Final Project, which are developed during the course, at the same time as the teaching activity.

Financial Accounting

New trends in Financial Accounting and international accounting standards
  • Critical vision with a comparative approach at the international level of accounting regulations (General Accounting Plan and International Financial Information Standards, General Accounting Plan for SMEs and Microenterprise Regime).
  • Comparison with US GAAP regulations.
  • Review of the latest research on accounting regulations and international accounting. Analysis of the latest trends and repercussions for the company.
  • ICAC sanctioning procedures.
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Consolidation of Advanced Balance Sheets
  • Relevance of the consolidation of balance sheets in the cases of groups of companies
  • Rules for preparing the consolidated annual accounts
  • Formulation of consolidated accounts of corporations and groups of companies
  • Comparison with international regulations. Review of the latest research on balance sheet consolidation.
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Advanced audit
  • Analysis of recent changes in the legislation on auditing of accounts
  • Critical vision with an international comparative approach of auditing regulations
  • Auditing principles and standards
  • Audit procedures. Audit reports. ICAC sanctioning procedures
  • Internal audit and internal control
  • Comparison with international regulations
  • Review of the latest audit research
  • Analysis of the latest trends and repercussions for companies and for audit firms. Special reference to the responsibility of the auditors.
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Accounting Management and Management Control

Business analysis I
  • Current status of academic research and business practice in financial statement analysis
  • Equity and financial analysis. Discriminant analysis. One-dimensional and multidimensional models
  • Analysis of working capital. The relationship between working capital needs and actual working capital. Latest trends in working capital management
  • Comprehensive analysis
  • Analysis of the ability to generate profits, value and growth
  • Comprehensive diagnosis of the company. Sensitivity analysis
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Strategic cost management
  • Relationships between cost accounting and financial accounting
  • Current state of academic research and business practice on costs, with special emphasis on the different cost systems used by companies in the current context
  • Activity-based cost management
  • Relations with integrated information systems and other functional areas of the company
  • Strategic cost management
  • New trends in cost accounting
  • Latest academic research on the subject
  • Cost models of high growth companies
  • New approaches to cost reduction. The low-cost model, quality and non-quality costs. Environmental costs. Consequences of cost reduction approaches in the company
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Budget management and control
  • Relations with integrated information systems and other functional areas of the company
  • Standard costs and variance analysis models
  • Practical implementation of budget control models
  • Review of the literature on new trends in budget control and management beyond budgets
  • Budget management models of high-growth companies by sectors
  • Link between strategy and control system
  • Choice of monetary and non-monetary indicators
  • Design of scorecards (balanced scorecard)
  • Human aspects of management control
  • Review of the literature on new trends in management control and foreseeable evolution of control in organizations
  • Management control models in high growth companies
  • Design of control systems that minimize the perverse effects of management control
  • Case studies of successful companies and of failed companies.
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Financial Management

Stock market and markets
  • Analysis of real operations traded in financial markets through the application of fundamental and technical analysis
  • Review of the literature on analysis models of financial markets and stock investments

 

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Advanced working capital management
  • Study of good practices in treasury management (cash pooling, centres of excellence, etc.)
  • Current status of academic research and business practice in cash management and credit management.
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Fiscal aspects of finance
  • Optimization of the fiscal situation of the company through the management and planning of taxes that affect it
  • Organizational aspects related to the fiscal dimension of finances
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Higher level investment evaluation
  • Relations between investment policy and company financing
  • Alternatives to fill the deficiencies of the different methods
  • Choosing the most appropriate investment evaluation methods taking into account qualitative, fiscal, and organizational aspects and optimizing investment financing decisions 
  • Good investment evaluation practices in high-growth companies and special sectors
  • Project finance.
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Strategy and Finance
  • Latest trends in qualitative analysis of the company
  • Current status of academic research and business practice in the field of business analysis and analysis of consolidated accounts
  • Formulation of predictive models based on ratios (insolvency prediction techniques)
  • Design of credit scoring and rating models
  • Analysis of specific sectors
  • Analysis of high growth companies, long-lived companies, failed companies and other types of relevant companies.
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Finance system
  • Relationships between financing policy and financial instruments
  • Analysis of the impact of the macroeconomic environment and the behaviour of the intervening agents in the economic-financial situation of the company
  • Review of the literature and the latest professional trends in the financial system
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Financial management
  • Corporate finance: latest trends
  • Current status of academic research and business practice in financial management
  • Application of business valuation methods to real cases. Advantages and disadvantages depending on the sector and the company analysed
  • Latest trends in business valuation and policies for value creation
  • The perverse effects of value creation policies
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Controlling Specialization (choose 3)

IT tools for optimizing management control
  • Excel applied to accounting and finance.
  • How to implement ERP successfully.
  • Latest trends in IT tools for optimizing management control.
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Internal control
  • Corporate governance
  • Management of corporate risk
  • Design of risk maps
  • Circuit and process design
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Advanced management control
  • Incentive systems
  • Process redesign
  • Beyond budgeting
  • Project controlling
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International Controlling (in English, choose 3)
  • Management control systems to evaluate the performance in multinational corporations
  • Effective decision making in international business
  • Controlling subsidiaries
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New trends in Finance
  • Bitcoin and blockchain technology
  • From cryptocurrencies to crypto-assets
  • Smart contracts
  • Decentralised finance (DeFi)
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Corporate Finance Specialization (choose 3)

New financial instruments
  • Exchange (IPO, OPA, etc.)
  • Bond issue
  • Hybrids
  • Syndicated loans
  • Project finance
  • Asset securitization
  • Private Equity (venture capital)
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Fusions and acquisitions
  • Concept, type and process of acquisition, merger and spin-off operations.
  • Due diligence
  • Negotiation and closing of the operation
  • Post-sale management.
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Futures, options and currencies
  • Futures
  • Options
  • Swaps
  • European and international financial system.
  • Investment and financing operations in currencies.
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International finance (in English)
  • International finance management
  • Treasury management
  • Foreign exchange and cash flow hedge
  • Enterprise risk management
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New trends in Finance
  • Bitcoin and blockchain technology
  • From cryptocurrencies to crypto-assets
  • Smart contracts
  • Decentralised finance (DeFi)
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International Finance and Accounting Specialization (choose 3)

International Controlling
  • Management control systems to evaluate the performance in multinational corporations
  • Effective decision making in international business.
  • Controlling subsidiaries
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International Financial Reporting Standards. Advanced Level I

IAS 16 Property, Plant and Equipment, IAS 40 Investment Property, IAS 34 Interim Financial Reporting, IAS 12 Income Taxes, IAS 23 Borrowing Costs, IFRS 5 Non-current Assets Held for Sale and Discontinued Operations, IFRS 16 Leases, IAS 38 Intangible Assets, IAS 36 Impairment of Assets, IAS 2 Inventories, IFRS 15 Revenue from Contracts with Customers, IFRS 2 Share-based Payment, IFRS 8 Operating Segments, IFRS 7 Financial Instruments: Disclosures, IAS 33 Earnings Per Share.

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International Financial Reporting Standards. Advanced Level II

IAS 19 Employee Benefits, IFRS 3 Business Combinations, IAS 27 Separate Financial Statements, IAS 28 Investments in Associates and Joint Ventures, IAS 21 The Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates, IAS 24 Related Party Disclosures, IAS 20 Accounting for Government Grants and Disclosure, IFRS 10 Consolidated Financial Statements, IFRS 11 Joint Arrangements, IFRS 12 Disclosure of Interests in Other Entities, IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, IAS 29 Financial Reporting in Hyperinflationary Economies, IFRS 1 First-time Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards.

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International Taxation
  • Introduction and taxation systems
  • Taxes and jurisdictions
  • Transfer pricing
  • Legal tax avoidance schemes to take advantage of low tax countries
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International finance
  • International finance management
  • Treasury management
  • Foreign exchange and cash flow hedge
  • Enterprise risk management
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Professional Internships

Professional Internships

Includes curricular practices.

This type of internship is part of the academic content of the program as a complement to the teaching activity and is carried out at a time compatible with the master's. They are one more subject that you must pass to be awarded the degree.

Internships are supervised by the Professional Careers Service. We will assign you an internship manager who will advise you, propose offers, manage your agreement and be your contact person throughout your internship. Remember that the ultimate managers of the selection process are the companies and organizations themselves..

Master's Final Project

Master's Final Project

In the Master's Final Project you must apply the knowledge acquired in the various subjects of the program to the business world.

Complementary activities

The Master's degree gives accelerated access to the CIMA (Chartered Institute of Management Accountants) and ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) credentials, two of the most internationally recognized institutions for accrediting professionals in management & accounting, financial accounting and management accounting

Its contents mean that once you finish the master, you are prepared to take the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exam. There will be 2 scholarships available to access the CFA exam.

Qualification obtained

After completing the program, and depending on their specialization, students will be awarded with the following degrees:

  • Máster Universitario en Dirección Financiera y Contable de la Empresa. Especialidad en Finanzas Corporativas, issued by the Pompeu Fabra University.
  • Máster Universitario en Dirección Financiera y Contable de la Empresa. Especialidad en Controlling, issued by the Pompeu Fabra University.
  • Máster Universitario en Dirección Financiera y Contable de la Empresa. Especialidad en International Finance and Accounting, issued by the Pompeu Fabra University.
     

Issuance of official Master's Degrees: The amount stipulated in the DOGC (Official Gazette of the Government of Catalonia) must be paid for the rights to issue the title. This rate varies annually and the rate in force at the time of application for the degree will be applied.

Note: Elective courses will be carried out in case of reaching a minimum number of enrolled students. The final offer for each academic year may be adapted depending on the academic planning. 

Faculty

Academic directors

Ramon Bastida Vialcanet

Vice Dean for Research and Knowledge Transfer at UPF Barcelona School of Management
Associate Professor BSM

Oriol Amat Salas

Full professor of Financial Economics and Accounting at UPF and UPF-BSM.

Faculty

Oriol Amat Salas

Full professor of Financial Economics and Accounting at UPF and UPF-BSM.

Ramon Bastida Vialcanet

Vice Dean for Research and Knowledge Transfer at UPF Barcelona School of Management
Associate Professor BSM

Andrei Boar Boar

Teaching  BSM

Oscar Elvira Benito

Senior Lecturer BSM

Josep Lluis Boned Torres

Senior Lecturer BSM

Xavier Brun Lozano

Senior Lecturer BSM

Jordi de Falguera Martinez Alarcon

Associate Professor UPF

Carmen Jover Díaz

Lecturer BSM

Marc Oliveras Villanueva

Teaching Assistant BSM

Luz Parrondo Tort

Head of Accounting and Finance
Senior Lecturer BSM

Miquel Planiol Ribera

Lecturer BSM

Joan Anton Ros Guasch

Senior Lecturer BSM

Albert Sagués Cuxart

Adjunct professor BSM

Antonio Valls Roig

Lecturer BSM

  • Jordi Anducas Planas
    Technical Manager in RSM SPAIN AUDITORES.
    Postgraduate course in Auditing from UAB. Executive Development Program from Esade.
  • Silvia Baron Gomez
    BBVA Real Estate Business Unit.
    Master in Banking and Finance from Pompeu Fabra University.
  • Armand Bover de Soto
    Financial Director at Sandrigham SL
    Degree in Economics and Businesses Sciences from the University of Barcelona.
  • Julio Capilla Vidal
    Partner of RSM Spain Auditores since 2013.  President of the Agrupación de Auditores de Baleares and member of the Board of Directors of the ICJCE.  
    Associate lecturer in the Accounting and Auditing Department of the University of the Balearic Islands.
    Postgraduate course in Financial Management from Pompeu Fabra University Postgraduate course in Administration and Tax Management from the University of Barcelona.
    Degree in Economic and Business Sciences from the University of Barcelona. 
  • Pau Guerrero Vilà
    Corporate Financial Director at Cervino Corporation.
    Executive MBA from IESE.
    Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA). He also holds a Bachelor in Administration and Business Management and a Bachelor in Law from Pompeu Fabra University.
  • Xavier Olsina Pau
    Degree in Economics and Businesses Sciences from the University of Barcelona.
    He was Treasury Manager at ENDESA, SEAT Volkswagen and AGBAR Group. Founding member of ASSET (the Spanish Association of Corporate Finance Officers and Treasurers).
  • Albert Soler Rubio
    Executive Director Credit Risk at Caixabank
    MBA from ESADE. Degree in Economics and Businesses Sciences from the University of Barcelona. 
  • Víctor Vera Vinardell
    Financial Director at Orange Catalunya.
    Economist and Chartered Accountant. International Business Development at Essec.

Methodology

The approach is very practical and professional. The blended methodology is highly participatory and combines face-to-face sessions with the distance learning modality.

In the face-to-face sessions:

  • There will be a theoretical-practical session of the subject
  • The material to be prepared for the next session will be delivered
  • There will be a test, generally multiple choice, in order to review the concepts worked at home
  • Case studies that have been prepared in advance will be discussed
  • Concepts will be clarified

 

Between one face-to-face session and the next, the academic team will be available to help and facilitate the student's learning process.

01.

The program adapts to you

Compatible with your professional and personal life. Face-to-face classes on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings, 2 weekends a month, combined with remote work.

02.

Connect with the professional world

Throughout the course, practical, real and current case studies will be discussed and presented, which allow you to apply the concepts learned and thus face the situations that you will find yourself in during your professional activity.

03.

Team building

Group activities will allow you to share visions, knowledge and opinions with colleagues from diverse backgrounds, enriching your academic experience and strengthening your network of contacts.

Evaluation

The evaluation of the program will be based on:

  • Case studies and work oriented to the business reality
  • Multiple choice exercises
  • Final Project
  • Class participation
  • Attendance in class (80% of the face-to-face sessions of each module)

Tools

The combination of online learning and face-to-face sessions favours the balance between theory and practice in a flexible learning process. The various multimedia resources that are made available to the student allow them to acquire knowledge in a self-regulated manner and the face-to-face sessions seek to put them into practice with active methodologies.

You will have:

  • Digital resources and audiovisual blocks for online learning
  • Face-to-face sessions with active methodologies for transferable learning
  • Master's or postgraduate work to learn by doing
  • A personal mentor to monitor your Master's Final Project (TFM) or Postgraduate Final Project (TFP)

Professional Future

The program is aimed at all those professionals who want to grow and develop in an accounting or financial department, whether they are young graduates who want to start their careers, or graduated professionals who want to take on new challenges and responsibilities in this area of vital importance in any company.

Student profile

You will share a classroom with active professionals who have a common background (Accounting and Finance, Economics or Business Administration) and from different parts of the country, who seek quality training compatible with their work and personal life, with the added value of face-to-face experience in the classroom.

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Average age

5

Number of years of average professional experience

94%

Employability rate of the last 4 courses

100%

Recommendations concerning the last 3 courses

Career opportunities

We train you to direct your professional career to accounting and finance departments, the consulting sector and Corporate Finance.

The master includes curricular internships that will help as a gateway into your professional future. They can be recognized with 2 years of experience in the field.

 

 


  • Director of accounting/finance department
  • Business advisor on accounting, financial and management issues
  • Business consultant
  • Risk analyst in financial department
  • Internal Auditor
  • Staff/middle management in financial department of multinational
  • Controller functions

Admission and enrolment

Our admission process consists of a rigorous evaluation of each application to preserve the quality of the group as well as the training, experience, and work capacity of all students.

Who can apply?

University graduates or higher graduates in the field of Economics, Business Administration, Accounting and Finance, or Business Management/Management.

Students with a Diploma in Business Administration and graduates of other disciplines not related to Business Sciences must have at least two years of professional experience in the field of finance.

Those participants who do not have Spanish as one of their mother tongues or who did not have it as a teaching language in their training studies, must prove that they have at least a B2 level of Spanish (Common European Framework of Reference), as well as fluently take part in a personal interview with the academic director, if necessary.

The evaluation of the candidates will be based on a presentation document in which the candidates will state their motivations for studying the master's degree and their professional goals.

Knowledge of English (only for the International Finance Specialization):

An official certificate is needed demonstrating a level of English that meets any of the following requirements:

  • TOEFL CBT: > 235
  • TOEFL PBT: >575
  • TOEFL IBT: >100
  • Certificate of Proficiency in English: Entre A i C
  • Certificate in Advanced English: entre A i C
  • First Certificate in English: A
  • IELTS: > 6.5
  • Duolingo: > 115 (accepted during the academic years 2020–21 and 2021–22)
     

University graduates or higher graduates in the field of Economics, Business Administration, Accounting and Finance, or Business Management.

Students with a Diploma in Business Administration and graduates of other disciplines not related to Business Sciences must have at least three years of professional experience in the field of finance.

How to apply?

To apply for admission to this program, students must read and accept the Terms and Conditions of Contract once they start the application for admission through its form.

Application for admission

Complete your application within the next admission rounds:

RoundApplication deadlineAdmission resolution
111/11/202026/11/2020
203/12/202018/12/2020
317/12/202031/12/2020
412/01/202128/01/2021
502/02/202117/02/2021
623/02/202110/03/2021
716/03/202131/03/2021
808/04/202123/04/2021
927/04/202112/05/2021
1013/05/202128/05/2021
1127/05/202111/06/2021
1208/06/202123/06/2021
1322/06/202107/07/2021
1406/07/202121/07/2021
1520/07/202130/07/2021
1602/09/202117/09/2021
1716/09/202101/10/2021
1805/10/202120/10/2021
1921/10/202105/11/2021

Applications for admission will be evaluated when you complete the following steps:

  • Complete the online admission form.
  • Pay the €120 admission fee. This amount will be returned if you are not admitted.
  • Send the following documents through the online platform e-registrar:
    • Presentation letter or video
    • CV
    • Official english level certificate (check admission requirements)
    • Scanned copy of university degree (if you are in the last year of your degree, you can provide your academic records)
    • Scanned copy of Transcript of Records. Make sure that it includes your GPA (Grade Point Average)
    • Scanned copy of ID Card or Passport
    • Passport-size photo (jpg format)

Additional documents may be requested in certain cases.
Applications are subject to the number of places available on the program.

Admission

  • The Admissions Committee will select the candidates on the basis of a personal or CV-based interview.
  • You will be notified of the admission decision in writing.

Enrolment

  • Resgistration must be paid within a 15 days after the admission.
  • Once the letter of acceptance to the program has been received, you will need to submit the following original documents before the course begins:
    • Stamped and/or authenticated photocopy of your university degree.
    • Stamped and/or authenticated photocopy of your transcript of records.
  • If you have a foreign degree you may need to submit additional documents.
  • Paying the reservation fee (25% of the program's tuition fees) is essential in order to reserve your place
  • If you pay the tuition fees by bank transfer you will be required to introduce the program code. The program code for this course is .
  • The remaining tuition fees must be paid 2 weeks before the start of the course.

Grants, scholarships and financing

Scholarships

 

The UPF Barcelona School of Management offers you different means of financing so that you can take any of our programs without worry. We offer you the opportunity to finance part of your program, either by rewarding your talent through scholarships, through grants from entities dedicated to promoting education or through collaboration agreements with financial entities.

Talent Scholarship

Apply for one of our Talent Scholarships, specifically awarded to master students who can demonstrate an exceptional academic, professional or personal trajectory.

Social Value Scholarships

UPF Barcelona School of Management, for this next academic year, and aiming at the commitment for social welfare, offers the Social Value Scholarships with the objective of supporting and favoring the groups that the School considers a priority. Enter and consult the details.

Beca UPF-BSM

Apply for one of our UPF-BSM Scholarships, awarded specifically to Pompeu Fabra University students with a good academic record.

Grants and discounts

External financial aid

A large number of external entities and institutions offer financial aid options to students who want to enrol on one of our master programs and postgraduate courses.

 

Alumni discounts

If you are a member of our alumni associations or of one of our partner universities, we offer you a series of applicable discounts on the amount of tuition for your program.

UPF Employee Discounts

If you are a member or family member of an employee of the UPF group or belonged to the collaborating institutions of the UPF Barcelona School of Management, you can enjoy a series of applicable discounts on the tuition fees for your program.

ACCID discount

Members of the ACCID will have a 10% discount on the registration fee. 

UPF Partner Latinoamerican Universities Discount

If you are alumni of one of our Partner Universities, you are entitled to a discount of 10% on the UPF Barcelona School of Management Masters and postgraduate program tuition fees (those programs with more than 15 credits).

Funding

Financing simulator

You can choose how to finance your studies by consulting our simulator and receive an answer in less than 24 hours.

Go to the simulator

Collaborating entities

In addition, UPF Barcelona School of Management collaborates with various banks and financial entities which provide study loans on favorable terms. For more information you can contact any of the following links (in Spanish).

Note, however, that in order to benefit from these special conditions you must have a NIE if you are not a European Citizen. Therefore, UPF Barcelona School of Management strongly recommends international students to seek first for students loans at bank entities of their country of origin, or to search for funding opportunities through international entities.

The Agency for Management of University and Research Grants of Catalonia (AGAUR, in Spanish) also offers loans to university students with legal residence in Catalonia through the PREPOST program.

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