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Master in Business Economics

We train you in an international dimension

Master in Business Economics

Master in Business Economics


This Master provides solid and practical training for economic and entrepreneurial analysis in a global environment, with a focus on knowledge and skills acquisition in different domains of an entrepreneurial organisation  or institution, taking into account the learning and implementation of methods and advanced techniques.

Our Master covers a training need for Girona’s business network, and increasingly favours the internationalisation of its activity. As a consequence of this activity and of the operations carried out, the Master offers an in-depth approach to the qualification of professionals in top-level business management or socially responsible institutions through an international perspective. 

In order to facilitate a balance between students’ working life and gaining the Master, teaching is semi-on-site, with classes concentrated on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings.


This Master will give you the capacity for:

  • Integrate knowledge, also from an historical and social perspective, to carry out a diagnosis of the economic or business environment for decision making.
  • Apply the knowledge acquired to solve problems in new contexts.
  • Identify economic and business problems or relevant research subjects and formulate questions and hypotheses from a theoretical framework.
  • Apply the necessary quantitative and qualitative methodologies to solve problems typical of the company.
  • Use and construct business intelligence systems.
  • Identify the relevant economic and business indicators to analyse, interpret and review aspects of organisation, direction and accounting.
  • Identify relevant internal and external variables to define strategies and make economic and business-related decisions in the international context.
  • Use the advanced analysis of markets to define the best strategies for the companies that compete in the markets.
  • Devise decisions from a senior business management position in areas related to the various aspects of a company.

And what do our students say?

Lorea Lizarreta (professional pathway)

"Nobody would have imagined that a young agroecology technician would be able to lead an agricultural cooperative based on social economy in just a few months. The Master in Business Economics at the UdG allowed me to learn about the workings of the financial world and the basics of business economics, which I then applied to the primary sector, applying social economy principles. In short, this Master in Business Economics has enabled me to take the first steps towards laying the foundations for a business, and developing it practically from scratch.

I would also like to highlight how important the support received from the UdG family and the FCEE faculty in particular has been; the support of the teaching staff from different disciplines during the TFM project, and the diversity of the spirit of my fellow Master's students, each of who contributed their own skills, turning us into a multidisciplinary team".

Juan Pablo Molina (professional path)

“My master's degree experience has been extremely useful for me, whichever way you look at it.

I think that the teaching staff, classmates, course content, the physical infrastructure and the technological tools of the university, visits to Catalan companies, among many other factors, contributed in a significant way to my professional and personal development.

It’s worth highlighting the programme’s practical approach, which allows each subject to clearly link the concepts taught to daily life in the businesses and companies.

As Colombians, my wife and I were very well received in Girona and expect to be able to come back here soon.”

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