Master's Degree in Analysis of International Economic Relations
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
EUR 84 / per credit *
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* price for non-resident non-community students is just approximate since then each academic rate is different.
What knowledge will I acquire with this Master's?
The Master's Degree in Analysis of International Economic Relations provides students with a deep understanding of applied knowledge in international economies, recognizing their significant academic value in an increasingly interconnected and globalized world. Moreover, students acquire essential economic and legal tools to effectively navigate the framework of bilateral and multilateral relations between different countries.
The fundamental objectives of the Master in Analysis of International Economic Relations are:
- Provide students with a broader and deeper knowledge of the basic institutions of the international economy, especially those dedicated to trade between different countries, as well as increase their knowledge of regulation and financing.
- Provide students with the quantitative and qualitative knowledge necessary to be able to carry out tasks as an international financial analyst.
- In turn, the Master will deepen the understanding of international economic relations and the economic and legal environment in which international economic transactions are carried out.
The completion of a classic program typically entails earning 90 ECTS credits.
Master's Degree Duration: One academic year.
- 622601 International Economy
- 622602 New Technologies in Internationalization
- 622603 International Commercial Law
- 622604 Public International Law and European Union Law
- 622605 International Business English
- 622606 International Financial Economics
- 622607 Development Economics
- 622608 World economy
- 622609 International Economic Law
- 622610 Analysis of the Economic and Financial Information of the Company
- 622611 Statistics Applied to the International Economy
- 622612 International Trade
- 622613 External Practices
- 622614 Final Master's Project
- CG01 - Analysis and synthesis capacity: the student will be able to highlight those relevant characteristics that must guide the analysis or synthesis and will know how to acquire the necessary ability to compose the different parts of the analysis in a structured and coherent way.
- CG02 - Basic skills in the management of computer systems: the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in university teaching gives rise to the need for students to know and work with the main sources of information available in computer supports for the analysis of international reality. In addition, students will acquire skills for the selection, knowledge, and use of computer tools and instruments related to the international economic and legal space.
- CG03 - Criticism and self-criticism: After completing the Master's degree, students will be able to detect and solve problems, as well as make decisions, considering the different alternatives, characteristics, criteria, and optimal results.
- CG04 - Ability to apply theoretical knowledge to practical reality: students will be prepared to apply the knowledge acquired in the field of international economic relations to the information society and the globalized world.
- CG05 - Autonomy in learning: Students will acquire knowledge and skills to work independently.
- CG06 - Ability for active participation of the student in the activities proposed during the course: the acquisition of social relationship skills and integration in different groups will be promoted, as well as the ability to work in specific and multidisciplinary teams.
- CG07 - Research skills: Students will acquire the skills to search and organize the information and data acquired in the process of exploration and research of international economic relations.
- CG08 - That students are able to acquire advanced knowledge related to the field of international economic relations and demonstrate, in a scientific and technological or highly specialized research context, a detailed and well-founded understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects and of the work methodology in one or more fields of study.
- CG09 - That students are able to apply and integrate their knowledge of the field of international economic relations, their understanding, their scientific foundation, and their problem-solving abilities in new and imprecisely defined environments, including multidisciplinary contexts, both researchers and highly specialized professionals.
- CG10 - That students are able to predict and control the evolution of complex situations at an international level through the development of new and innovative work methodologies adapted to the specific scientific/research, technological or professional field, generally multidisciplinary, in which their activity is carried out.
- GG11 - That students are capable of transmitting, in a clear and unambiguous way, to a specialized audience or not, results from scientific and technological research or from the field of the most advanced innovation, as well as the most relevant foundations on which they are based.
- CG12 - That students are capable of assuming responsibility for their own professional development and their specialization in one or more fields of study.
- GG13 - Competence to identify alternatives and make rational choices that contribute to effective decision-making.
- CG14 - Acquisition of multicultural awareness resulting from knowledge and mutual respect.
- CG15 - Ability to work in an international context, which will imply the assimilation and respect of the essential values of the International Community.
- CE01 - Ability to understand the main actors in international economic relations and their institutional framework.
- CE02 - Ability to acquire advanced knowledge of existing international regulations in legal, commercial, and financial matters.
- CE03 - Ability to identify and interpret the parameters and key indicators, graphs, and tables, both quantitative and qualitative, of International Relations in general and of the specific space under study.
- CE04 - Ability to carry out a comparative analysis, knowing how to integrate knowledge and make judgments based on information that, being incomplete or limited, includes reflections on social and ethical responsibilities.
- CE05 - Ability to transfer and apply the principles and strategies learned from one situation to another in a way that facilitates the development of less favored social groups.
- CE06 - Ability to apply advanced valuation models of different financial assets to the international arena.
- CE07 - Ability to obtain and interpret the economic and financial data of companies.
- CE08 - Ability to understand the bases and foundations of foreign trade from both a theoretical and practical perspective, being able to understand the relationships and trade agreements between countries, as well as the different trade policy instruments, knowing the "Incoterms" and the real problems of international contracting and commercial risk management.
- CE09 - Acquisition of theoretical and practical knowledge of the legal system of the European Union.
- CE10 - That the student acquires the advanced knowledge necessary to provide a legal solution to cases of international mergers, cross-border bankruptcies of natural or legal persons, or transfers of registered office in which there is an element of internationality.
- CE11 - Acquire advanced knowledge of the economic realities of developing countries and regions.
- CE12 - Ability to apply and contrast, through statistical techniques, advanced models of economic growth in the international framework.