Master in Publishing

18 MAY 2021
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27 APR 2021
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The Master in Publishing is a professionalizing program that has the unconditional support of the main institutions and companies in the sector. You will take a detailed tour of the operation of publishing and the publishing sector, and acquire practical and in-depth knowledge about the publishing industry. 

  • Book publishing
  • Publishing
  • Publishing Sector
Next edition
Classes start
28 September, 2021 (To be confirmed)
Classes end
22 June, 2022 (To be confirmed)
Program ends
10 July, 2022 (To be confirmed)
Schedule
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 18:00 to 21:00h. Some classes will take place on Monday.
Modality
On-campus
ECTS credits
60
Price
8450 €

The Master in Publishing is a 100% professionalizing course of recognized international prestige that offers a detailed tour of the functioning of the publishing sector while presenting practical and in-depth knowledge about the publishing industry. It provides strategies necessary for the creation of a publishing company or project or for working in companies or institutions in the publishing world.

The program, taught by an exceptional teaching team made up solely of influential professionals from the publishing world, explores the different areas of the sector, going from the general to the specific: editorial lines (company creation, catalogue creation), negotiation and contracting (literary agencies, foreign rights departments), the operation of new startups (market place, app creation, communication), production in different media (paper, digital, audiobook, app, enriched pdf, etc.), distribution, promotion, and marketing.

Some 25 years after its foundation, the Master in Publishing maintains different collaboration agreements with the main institutions and companies in the publishing sector, especially in the city of Barcelona, ​​which consolidates the national and international projection of the course and reinforces its highly professional and practice-oriented approach.

Resources

The Master in Publishing offers the following resources: 

 

In collaboration with Google, the master program provides all students with an open-access version of Short Publishing Dictionary English–Spanish Spanish–English. 

Link to Google Play

Collaborators:

Why choose this program

01

Links with the main institutions and companies in the publishing world

Since its inception, the master has had collaboration agreements with the main institutions and companies in the publishing sector, which consolidates its national and international projection and reinforces its highly professional approach, focused on the needs of publishers.

02

Professional teaching staff in direct contact with the publishing sector

Benefit from an exceptional teaching team made up of professionals who are in relevant positions within the publishing sector, mainly in Barcelona.

03

Benchmark master in its sector

After 25 years, some 800 professionals endorse its long history and solid reputation. Most of the alumni currently hold important positions in the publishing sector or have created companies that they have established in various countries.

04

Master in the vanguard

This master deals with publishing in a practical and constantly updated way. You will become familiar with cutting-edge and latest generation programs for publishing: tablets, audiobooks, PDAs, smartphones, apps, and e-readers, among others.

05

Connection with the professional world

A total of 87% of students come to carry out their professional publishing internships in top-level companies and institutions in the publishing sector.

Who is it for?

The course is aimed at young graduates or graduates who want to enter the publishing sector with a solid base of knowledge and experience, young publishing professionals who want to consolidate their knowledge about the sector, as well as publishing professionals who want to systematize and update their skills in the publishing world.

Admission and enrolment

Herramientas propias
El Máster en Edición cuenta con una serie de herramientas propias:


El Máster pone a disposición de todos ellos, en abierto y en colaboración con Google, el Breve diccionario de edición inglés-español español-inglés. 

Enlace a Google Play

Curriculum

The curriculum has been designed by our experts to provide you with a detailed tour of the various productive activities of the publishing industry, while allowing you to gain in-depth, practical knowledge of the publishing world and industry. It also allows you to carry out this apprenticeship in the city of Barcelona, considered the international capital of publishing in the Spanish and Catalan languages.

Module 1

Introduction
Introduction to the publishing sector: the book between business and culture
The organization chart of the publishing company
The trajectory of the manuscript or commissioned book and the global publishing process: from author to reader

Module 2

Intellectual property, negotiation, and contracting
Contracting and purchasing of rights
  • The legal framework and copyright.
  • Intellectual property law.
  • The negotiation of copyright.
  • The purchase of rights: parameters and strategies.
  • The publishing contract: drafting and operation.
  • Subsidiary rights (pocketbook, translation, club, e-book, online, film adaptation, etc.) and the various exploitations of copyright.
  • The specific management of digital rights.
Agents and sale of rights
  • Literary agencies: only intermediaries or also promoters of the sector?
  • The agency as a company: operation and business policy.
  • The figure of the agent: advisor, manager, seller.
  • The agency contract.
  • The publishing contract and copyright.
  • The sale of rights: negotiation and strategies.
  • Are there cultural differences in negotiation?
  • Contracting of rights and market.

Module 3

Publishing line, selection criteria, and programming
Criteria for the creation of a publishing line
  • The publishing project and collections.
  • The concept of niche.
Sources for learning of books for sale
  • Publishing bulletins, book fairs, catalogues, professional magazines.
  • Scouts.
  • The selection of books.
  • The publishing business and profitability: the commissioned book, the best-seller.
What and how does an editor read?
  • Criteria and practice of preselection and reading of originals, reading of scout reports, management of unsolicited originals.
  • The professional reader and reading reports: from literary to commercial evaluation.
  • Professional reading applied to the adjustment of a text.

 

 

Publishing lines
  • Literary publishing, children's book, essay and scientific-technical.
  • Facsimiles and bibliophile editions.
  • Encyclopaedias.
  • The newsstand edition: collectibles.
  • The instant book.
Formats
  • Rustic.
  • Board.
  • Pocket.
  • Large Format.
Translations

The translator as author: relations with the publisher.

The schedule for the season's titles

Establishment of the publishing calendar: criteria and eventualities.

Module 4

Information management
Computer systems for managing publishing information
Information flows to customers
Internal information flows
Internet utility (B2B, B2C)
Publishing management of social networks

Module 5

The market
The importance of Spanish as a market: Spain, the Southern Cone, Mexico, the Andean Pact, USA. And Brazil?
Cultural differences
Outlook and scenarios for the future
Who offers what and from what origin?
Main economic flows (from whom to whom)
The global publishing market in Spanish
The three major publishing groups: bookstore, text, and reference
International presence of independent publishers
International presence of large groups and major publishers in Latin America
Structure of the Latin American market
Are Spanish books in Latin America expensive? Analysis of the cost of a book
Change control
Forex market
Payment methods

Module 6

Editorial production
Original edition: from the author's original on paper or digital format to the printed book
  • Criteria for publishing texts.
  • Editing: meaning and techniques.
  • Orthotypography.
  • The composition of the text.
  • Printing proofs. First and second tests, galleys, collated.
  • Correction techniques.
  • The writing of back covers and flaps: the sale of the text.
Typography
  • Bibliographic and typographic terminology.
  • Typographic design.
  • Letter: types and bodies.
  • Measurement of bodies. Typometry.
  • Design of the insides. Proportions
Graphic design
  • The book as an aesthetic object.
  • The design of a collection and image distinguishes the company
  • The cover.
  • The mock-up.
  • Computer graphic design. QuarkXPress or InDesign.
  • Editing outside the publisher: external trades (reading, proofreading, production, layout and other freelance tasks).
  • Desktop publishing.
Production
  • The paper production process. Direct printing (CTP).
  • Structure and materials of the book. The 'anatomy of the book': paper materials, colour chart, insides, sheets, covers.
  • Calculation of production costs.
  • Pricing. Billing.
  • The figure of the production manager.
Printing, binding, and handling techniques
  • Traditional printing (plates and photoliths).
  • Digital printing.
  • Paper calculations. Runs, losses, and defects.
  • Types of binding and finishes.
Digital publishing technologies
  • The multimedia edition and the print on demand edition.
  • The electronic edition. Book 2.0 and digital technology: PDF, mark-up languages (SGML, DTD, HTML, XML). The digital control of intellectual property rights (DRM). Google and publishing.
  • Supports: tablets, audiobook (CD, MP3/iPod), PDA, Microsoft Reader, smartphones, apps, virtual projection. The e-book and electronic ink technology (Amazon Kindle, Sony Reader).
  • Audiovisual technologies at the service of communication and publisher information.

Module 7

Distribution and marketing
Publishing distribution
  • Publishers and distributors.
  • Issues and procedures in logistics.
The distribution channel

Bookstore, kiosk, department stores, mail, credit, club, door to door, special editions (promotions in press and institutions)

The Amazon model and digital bookstores

The Libranda model and digital platforms

Orders and returns
  • Replenishing: distributors and booksellers.
  • The rotation of the book.
Costs
  • Liquidation of sales.
  • Billing.
Stocks and storage
  • Edition balances.
  • Logistics.
Marketing of publishing: operation and strategies
  • The choice of an entry strategy and marketing plan: the relationship between the editor, the marketing team, and the sales department in the launch of a new edition.
  • The operating account.
  • Waterfall versus global launch.
  • The danger of the "garbage can" effect.
  • Pricing policy.
  • Means of access to international markets.
  • Advertising.

Module 8

The economic functioning of publishing companies. Finance for non-financial people
Financial statements. Balance sheet and income statement
Feasibility plans and budgets
Balance sheet analysis

Ideal balance sheet structure and equity analysis ratios: solvency, indebtedness, and capitalization

Analysis of the income statement

Income, fixed and variable expenses, results, and impact on the price of the book. Cash-flow generation capacity

Profitability analysis, self-financing, or profitability growth

Module 9

Promotion
The figure of the press officer and the communication director
Advertising, and commercial and communication strategies
The concept of synergy and publishing relations with the media
Promotion strategies

From the strip and POS display to presentations and press conferences

Critics, the media, and the publishing sector
Publisher-supplement director-critic relationships
The treatment of a book in the media: maximum space or better criticism?
Pre-publication and the Sunday supplement

Complementary activities

Workshops

The master includes three compulsory workshops within the usual hours:

  • Practical workshop on book anatomy, on its structure, and materials, in which practical exercises and sample analysis are carried out
  • Practical workshop on creating a publishing company
  • Practical workshop on the functioning of literary agencies


On the other hand, the master also makes available to students, at a different time from the usual, three other workshops:

  • Practical workshop on spelling correction: 2 ECTS
  • Practical workshop on QuarkXPress or InDesign: 2 ECTS
  • Practical finance workshop for non-financial people: 2 ECTS

Total optional workshops: 6 ECTS

Despite being a basic training complement for a future publisher, attendance in this case is not mandatory, and a minimum quorum of 15 students will be required for the sessions to take place.

Round tables on publishing

The course organizes a round table with prestigious professionals to share their experiences and knowledge about the publishing sector.

Visiting plan

Thanks to its collaboration with the Gremi d'Editors de Catalunya, the Master in Publishing offers its students the possibility of attending The London Book Fair and the Frankfurter Buchmesse with the same conditions and bonuses of unionized publishers. The visit is carried out under the guidance of a prestigious professional in the sector and is crucial to connect with the key institutions of international publishing.

During the course, the master programs an obligatory guided visit for the students to the INDEX printing press, a family business in Barcelona with 60 years of experience in the publishing sector, which is capable of producing more than 160,000 books daily.

In any case, these visits will take place in a different time slot than usual to adapt to business hours.

BSM Inside:

BSM Inside is a transversal and interdisciplinary module, common to all master's and postgraduate degrees at UPF Barcelona School of Management, which has been conceived to work on a set of key competencies for professional development in conjunction with the real needs of today's organizations.

This module extends throughout the academic year and is made up of 3 areas of knowledge that constitute the identity traits of the UPF-BSM: Communication; Entrepreneurship and Innovation; and Planetary Well-being and Humanities.

All the subjects of the BSM Inside module are 100% online and have been designed as self-learning subjects: from the first day of the subject until the end of the term you will have all the teaching materials available on the eCampus and you can work with the material and the different activities that it contains at your own pace, according to your availability and in a self-organized way.

Qualification obtained

Once you have passed the program, you will be awarded the degree of Máster en Edición, issued by the Pompeu Fabra University.

Faculty

Academic directors

Javier Aparicio Maydeu

Full Professor UPF-BSM

Carlota Torrents Ferrer

Deputy Director of the Master in Publishing. Literary agent.

Coordinator

Josep Solà González

Adjunct professor BSM

Faculty

Javier Aparicio Maydeu

Full Professor UPF-BSM

Carlota Torrents Ferrer

Deputy Director of the Master in Publishing. Literary agent.

Ramon Bastida Vialcanet

Vice Dean for Research and Knowledge Transfer at UPF Barcelona School of Management
Senior Lecturer BSM

  • Yolanda Aguayo
    Senior Manager de Lynx Edicions.
  • Miguel Aguilar
    Literary Director at Debate, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial.
  • Sergi Álvarez
    Responsible for Marketing at Editorial Planeta and Marketing Manager of the Editorial Division of Bookstores, Grupo Planeta.
  • Pep Amargant
    Commercial Director of the Literary Division at Grup Enciclopèdia
  • Juan Jesús Arrausi
    Graphic designer, Professor of the design school Elisava and of the Pompeu Fabra University.
    CEO of Teachingdesigners Alliance.
  • Winfried Bährle
    Graphic designer. He has been art director at Círculo de lectores, Grupo Bertelsmann.
  • Juan Baixeras
    Country Manager of Audible, Amazon in Spain
  • Ferran Brunet
    Director of Legal Advice at RBA
  • Jordi Calsamiglia
    Lawyer at Calsamiglia law firm
    Legal and intellectual property advisor at Gremi d'Editors de Catalunya
  • Marià Capella Pifarré
    Lawyer at Capella law firm.
  • Gemma Cera
    Founder and Director of Somnins
  • Juan Cerezo
    Editor at Tusquets Editores, Grupo Planeta.
  • Luis Collado
    Responsible for Google Play Books for Spain, Portugal and the Middle East.
  • Álvaro Colomer
    Journalist and writer
  • Antonio Corzo
    Rights Manager at IMC Literary Agency.Roger Domingo
    Editorial Director at Deusto, Gestión 2000, Alienta and Para Dummies, Grupo Planeta.
  • Josune García
    Director of Ediciones Cátedra
  • Luiz Gaspar
    Research Director, NIELSEN BOOK
  • Edgar Gasòliba
    Director at Deleatur Editorial Services.
  • Carles Geli
    Coordinator of the book pages of the Quadern supplement of the newspaper El País.
    He has also been founder of the supplement Libros of the newspaper El Periódico de Catalunya, Grupo Zeta.
  • Andreu Graupera Sardà
    Economy and Business Associate Professor of Pompeu Fabra University.
  • Eva Güell
    She is a specialist in the development of digital content business for the global market in Spanish, and focused on digital transformation in publishing. She has been the Director of Marketing and Digital Business at Editorial Anagrama and the responsible for the Digital Area of the Editorial Division of Bookstores at Grupo Planeta. She is currently a digital advisor for companies and institutions.
  • Nahir Gutiérrez
    Communications Director at Seix Barral and Communication Coordinator of the Editorial Division of Bookstores, Grupo Planeta.
  • David Hernando
    Editorial Director at Comics Department, Grupo Planeta.
  • Jorge Herralde
    Founder and Director of Editorial Anagrama publishing house.
    He is also author of several books.
  • Paula Jarrín
    Owner of the children's and youth bookstore Al·lots.
  • Josep Lafarga Sarrà
    General Secretary of Gremi d'Editors de Catalunya.
  • Pilar Lafuente
    Foreign Rights at Grupo Planeta
  • Josep Lluch
    Editor at Proa, Pòrtic and Empúries, Grup 62.
  • Aurelio Major
    Literary Scout. Editor of the magazine Granta en español.
  • Gerardo Marín
    Deputy Director at Alfaguara and Taurus Hispánica, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial.
  • Jan Martí
    Director of Blackie Books.
  • Mònica Martín
    Director of MB Literary Agency.
  • Marga Medina Carmona
    General Director of Collectibles at RBA.
  • Noemí Mercadé
    Editorial Director at Editorial Casals.
  • Antoni Montagut
    Controller at Grupo Planeta de Agostini.
  • Mercedes Morán
    Lawyer at CEDRO
  • Lilian Neuman
    Freelance editor and critic for La Vanguardia newspaper.
  • Berta Noy
    Editorial Director at Ediciones B, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial.
  • Míriam Paulo Roselló
    Editor at Penguin Clásicos and at the collections Contemporánea and Ensayo of DeBolsillo, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial.
  • Geòrgia Picanyol
    Rights & Permissions Manager, Grupo Edebé.
  • Rafael Pozo Puértolas
    Printer. Director of Graphic Production Consulting and Editing at CPG.
    Director of the Master in Graphic Production and Packaging of ELISAVA.
    Doctor in Communication from the Pompeu Fabra University.
  • Silvia Querini
    She has been Editorial Director at Editorial Lumen, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial.
  • Antonio Ramírez
    Manager at La Central Bookshop, Barcelona-Madrid.
  • Elena Ramírez
    Editorial Director at Seix-Barral and Director of International Fiction, Grupo Planeta.
  • Cristina Ramos
    Technician at Barcelona Activa
  • Marc Rocamora
    Director of Marketing and Communication of the Editorial Division of Libraries, Grupo Planeta.
  • Marta Sanllehí
    Educational Project Manager at Vicens Vives
  • Marc Santandreu
    Big data consultor and founder of Tekstum.
  • Silvia Sesé
    Editorial Director at Editorial Anagrama.
  • Joan Solà Domingo
    Executive consultant at Abol Consulting (logistics and operations) and associate consultant at Roca Junyent Business Consultants.
  • Anna Soldevila
    Editor of Spanish Fiction at Ediciones Destino
  • Joan Tarrida
    Managing Director of Galaxia Gutenberg
  • Francisco Vázquez Rodríguez
    Purchasing Manager at Grupo Planeta.
  • Sergio Vila-Sanjuán
    Writer and journalist. Head of La Vanguardia newspaper supplement Cultura/s.
  • Gemma Xiol
    Literary director of Montena, Nube de Tinta, Beascoa and Alfaguara IJ, Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial.

Methodology

The Master in Publishing offers a detailed tour of the book publication chain through practical classes, specialization workshops, and the development of the Master's Final Project.

 

Throughout the course, the program covers the different areas of the publishing sector, both the most general and the most specific areas, providing the necessary strategies to create a company or your own publishing project.

Vídeo "El editor, parte fundamental del alma de un manuscrito"
Vídeo "Editores valientes, curiosos y emprendedores. Máster en edición."
Vídeo "El editor del presente y del futuro, en constante actualización."
Vídeo "Porque ser editor es un oficio"
Vídeo "Forum Edita Barcelona 2019"

 

 

01.

Learn with professionals in the publishing sector

Our teaching team is made up of professionals from the sector who transmit to the participants knowledge acquired over years of experience in the publishing world.

02.

Professional focus of the course

The sessions combine the necessary theoretical knowledge typical of a university with an eminently practical approach that allows to show in depth the challenges and difficulties that publishing professionals face on a daily basis.

03.

The Master's Final Project connects theory with practice

The Master's Final Project that is developed throughout the course responds to a professional challenge linked to the reality of the publishing world. With the help of a mentor, the student will link what they have learned in class with the professional practice of publishing.

04.

Barcelona, international capital of publishing in Spanish and Catalan

The student will live and work in Barcelona, where they can enjoy all the resources that the master's degree and the city make available to them to learn and be part of the nerve centre of publishing in the Spanish and Catalan languages.

Evaluation

The Master in Publishing applies a continuous evaluation system through the exercises and exams corresponding to each subject, the development of the Master's Final Project, and other factors such as attendance and contribution in the classroom.

To obtain the corresponding qualification, it is essential to pass the Master's Final Project, attend classes regularly (a minimum of 80%) and pass the practical exercises and compulsory work, whose delivery conditions and preparation is indicated by the professionals who commission them, in each case.

Tools

Project-oriented learning and the combination of lectures and active methodologies such as case studies, flipped learning, solving real problems and professional simulations allow the student to connect theory and practice, acquire advanced skills and achieve learning which is transferable to work.

You will have:

  • 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)
  • Digital resources to achieve transversal skills
  • Interdisciplinary activities and workshops

Professional Future

In the Master in Publishing you will share a classroom in Barcelona with students from different national and international backgrounds, which will allow you to grow not only academically, but also culturally and personally.

The participants of the master come from various academic and business areas. This contributes to creating a multidisciplinary and collaborative spirit in the classroom, which is enriching for everyone.

Student profile

The Master in Publishing brings together students from all over the world with a very heterogeneous profile in which three large groups stand out: recent graduates in Humanities or Social Sciences who aim to make the leap from the university to the professional world and enter the publishing sector; young people who are already working as professionals in the publishing sector and who want to advance in their professional career, and independent professionals or professionals with accredited experience in the publishing sector who want to expand their knowledge to start and create their own publishing company or literary agency.

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Average age

15%

International participants

17%

Previous studies in Letters (Humanities, Applied Languages, Philosophy, etc.)

7%

Previous studies in Journalism and Communication

3%

Previous studies in Law

Career opportunities

In the more than 20 years of the master's, two out of every five of our students develop a prestigious professional career in publishing companies of the highest international level. Their presence in positions of high responsibility in large corporations is numerous and recognized.

One in 10 students creates their own company in the publishing sector.

The network of Alumni of the master's is extensive and international and encourages meetings and professional exchanges between former students of the master's degree.

  • Publisher in a publishing company
  • Create your own publishing company
  • Literary agent
  • Marketing in Publishing

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?

Higher university graduates or higher graduates.

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.

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 the following 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
    • 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.
Application rounds 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

  • Registration 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.
  • 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 1045.
  • 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.

Partner Talent Scholarship

If you are a graduated from one of the UPF Barcelona School of Management partner universities you can apply to the Partner Universities Scholarships.

Beca UPF-BSM

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

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.

Grants and discounts

Claudio López Lamadrid Scholarship

Certain programs at UPF Barcelona School of Management offer specific financial aid to incoming students, funded by collaborating entities.

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.

Early Bird discount

Discount available to applications submitted before the stated deadline.

MEDI - Guild of Publishers

Certain programs at UPF Barcelona School of Management offer specific financial aid to incoming students, funded by collaborating entities.

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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