1 Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences First in Spain to receive Certificate of Quality in Internationalization First in Spain u-ranking.es Ninth in Europe QS and Tilburg Fortieth in the world QS and Tilburg
2 Where it is taught
3 The three UPF campuses
4 The bachelor s degrees of the Faculty Economics (ECO): 170 places Business Administration and Management (ADE): 170 places Business Sciences-Management (MGT): 110 places International Business Economics (IBE): 90 places Double bachelor s degree in ECO-ADE/Law: 90 places
5 Student profile Exclusive dedication Initiative and responsibility High degree of commitment to study Students from 70 countries A good knowledge of English and a solid base in mathematics are practically essential to learn the subjects taught at our Faculty. It is recommended that all students who wish to study a bachelor s degree in Economics and Business at UPF should take Mathematics in the Science and Technology Bachillerato or equivalent and, in any case, they should sit the university access test (PAU) for both Mathematics applied to the Social Sciences and the actual Mathematics test.
6 Cut-off marks for the academic year ADE ECO IBE MGT ADE-ECO/ LAW UPF UB UAB (ADE/DRET) 8.63 (ADE/DRET) UdG URV 5.00 (Reus) 5.00 (Tortosa) UdL
7 Structure of the bachelor s degrees Teaching quarterly Hours of exclusive dedication following the European teaching model. Timetables will be published as of May. Bachelor s degrees: 4 academic years, 240 ECTS Double bachelor s degree: 5 academic years and one term; 480 ECTS 1 ECTS credit = 25 hours of student work* * Most hours correspond to individual work and study and only a small fraction are face-to-face. Teaching combines lectures with seminars and/or practical classes.
8 Bachelor s degree structure ECO ADE IBE MGT 1st and 2nd academic years Common subjects. Solid disciplinary base and ease with handling the tools for analysis. Rather financial mathematics and quantitative techniques more oriented at decision analysis. 50% compulsory credits - 50% optional credits 3rd and 4th academic years Advanced macroeconomics Econometrics Advanced microeconomics Markets and Derivatives Commercial Management Financial Management Strategic Management Operations Management Business Taxation Human Resources An international ADE/MGT Along the lines of ADE but with more emphasis on human resources and management: Entrepreneurship Innovation and Technology Management Digital Marketing Languages 65% of subjects taught in English 100% in English 45% of subjects taught in English
9 Bachelor s degree structure ECO ADE
10 Bachelor s degree structure FIRST SECOND ECO ADE ECO ADE Mathematics I Mathematics II Mathematics III Intro. to Microeconomics Data analysis Intro. to Macroeconomics Microeconomics I Business Economics Introduction to Business Law Introduction to Financial Accounting Probability and Statistics Intro. to Game Theory Macroeconomics I Microeconomics II Econometrics I Economics and Business History Financial Statements Analysis Economic Institutions and Markets Financial Economics Seminar Paper
11 Compulsory Bachelor s degree structure ECO THIRD AND FOURTH ADE Macroeconomics II Advanced Macroeconomics I Advanced Macroeconomics II Econometrics II Econometrics III Industrial Organisation Information Economics Principles of Public Economics International Economics I Markets and Derivatives Labour Economics Bachelor s degree final project Commercial Management I Commercial Management II Strategic Management I Strategic Management II Operations Management Financial Management I Financial Management II Cost Accounting I Financial Accounting Business Taxation Human Resources I Bachelor s degree final project + Optional subjects
12 Bachelor s degree structure ADE ECO IBE MGT 12
13 FIRST ADE - ECO Mathematics I, II, III Microeconomics: Intro, I Data analysis Macroeconomics: Intro Bachelor s degree structure IBE Mathematics I, II, III Microeconomics: Intro, I Data Analysis Macroeconomics: Intro MGT Mathematics Financial Mathematics Economics Data analysis SECOND Business Economics Business Law: Intro Financial Accounting: Intro ADE - ECO Probability and Statistics Econometrics I Economic and Business History Game Theory: Introduction Macroeconomics I Microeconomics II Financial Statements Analysis Economic Institutions and Markets Financial Economics Seminar Paper Business Economics Business Law : Intro Financial Accounting: Intro IBE Probability and Statistics, Econometrics I Int. Econ. and Business History Game Theory: Introduction Macroeconomics I Microeconomics II Financial Statements Analysis Economic Institutions and Markets Financial Economics International Business Business Org. and Adm. I Commercial Management I Financial Accounting: Intro Business Law I, II MGT Statistics Quant. Methods for Decision making History of Business Cost Accounting: I Human Resources I Business Organisation and Administration II Commercial Management II Strategic management I Financial Economics Financial Statements Analysis
14 Compulsory ADE Bachelor s degree structure THIRD AND FOURTH ECO MGT IBE Commercial Management I, II Strategic Management I, II Operations Management Financial Management I, II Cost Accounting I Financial Accounting Business Taxation Human Resources I Bachelor s degree final project Macroeconomics II Econometrics II, III Principles of Public Economics Markets and Derivatives Advanced Macroeconomics I, II Int. Economics I Industrial Organisation Information Economics Labour Economics Bachelor s degree final project Strategic Management II Operations Management Financial Management I, II Cost Accounting II Financial Accounting Business Tax Regime Market Research I Entrepreneurship Foreign trade I Information Systems Human Resources II Bachelor s degree final project International Economics I Operations Management Strategic Management I Inter. Strat.Management Finance International Finance Cost Accounting I Intern. Finan. Accounting International Taxation Marketing International Marketing Human Resources I Bachelor s degree final project + Optional subjects
15 Specific Programmes of the Faculty Advanced Quantitative Methods AQM (Advanced Quantitative Methods) Selection of a track of subjects that explore higher level analytical and quantitative contents in depth. Linear Algebra and Dynamic Systems Multivariate Analysis Real Analysis Applied Econometrics Operations Research Forecasting Techniques Game Theory and the Design of Institutions Computational Marketing Networks, Crowds and Markets Modern Statistical Computing in R
16 Specific programmes of the Faculty Degree in Business Sciences-Management Specific programmes of the degree in Business Sciences - Management (4 subjects must be taken) Marketing Accounting and Auditing Business Organization International Business Services Marketing Direct and Digital Marketing Product Management Market Research II Current Issues in Commercial Management Consumer Behaviour Pricing Policy Company Accounting Management Control Auditing International Accounting Public Accounting Consolidated Financial Statements Current Topics in Management Accounting Current Topics in Financial Accounting Social Entrepreneurship Innovation and Technology Management Project Management Psychology and Business Foreign Trade II Management of the Family Firm International Business Sociopsychology of Institutions Business Games International Business Policy Social Corporate Responsibility and Business Ethics Current Issues in Business Policy Management of Sport and Leisure Firms Foreign Trade II International Business Policy International Taxation International Finance Operations International Finance Financial Economics International Accounting
17 English in the bachelor s degrees Bachelor s degrees in ADE, ECO and MGT 1st and 2nd: gradual inclusion of subjects in English 3rd and 4th: compulsorily 30 ECTS credits in English (it is advisable to have previously reached a level of language proficiency equivalent to B2 of the Common European Reference Framework or First Certificate in English). Bachelor s degree in IBE Teaching is entirely in English. The recommended level corresponds approximately to First Certificate in English. Double bachelor s degree in ADE/Law and ECO/Law A minimum of 30 credits are taught in English.
18 Student reception Introduction to the University (Course). This course provides an overview of how the University is run and its services. Tutorial Action. Each student is assigned a tutor who oversees their adaptation to the University. Mentoring Programme. Students may have access to a student mentor. A student mentor is a student studying same degree who it is already studying the second cycle.
19 Stages abroad Approximately 50% of students of the Faculty have done a stage abroad. Erasmus (Europe) and Sicue (Spain). About 300 exchange places at prestigious universities abroad and in the Spanish State. Bilateral agreements with universities in the USA, Canada, Australia, China, India Up to 40 ECTS credits recognized for stages abroad in the 3rd or 4th year For the bachelor s degree in International Business Economics (IBE) a stage abroad is compulsory (minimum 20 ECTS credits)
20 Stages abroad CANADA British Columbia, HEC Montreal, Toronto, Simon Fraser USA Boston College, Bentley, UCLA, Pennsylvania, Richmond, Pittsburgh, Harvard,NYU, Barnard College... MEXICO Universidad de las Américas, Tec de Monterrey, El Colegio ARGENTINA Torcuato di Tella BRAZIL Universidade de Sao Paulo Getulio Vargas, Instituto Ensino e Pesquisa CHILE Diego Portales, Pontifícia Católica USA & Canada (40 universities) Latin America (64 universities) TOTAL: 347 agreements (289 relating to the exchange of students of the Faculty) Alianza 4 Universidades (UAM, UAB, UC3, UPF) Europe (205 universities) + Spain (24) Maastricht Group (Maastricht, Warwick, Dublin, Mannheim, CEU Budapest, UPF, Toulouse) Austria: Vienna Germany: Humboldt Berlin, Munich, Mannheim... Africa Belgium: Libre Brussels, Katholieke (1 university Leuven, Louvain... Morocco) Asia Denmark: Aarhus and Copenhagen (9 universities) Finland: Aalto University France: ENSAE, Sciences Po,Jean Moulin,, Strasbourg, Toulouse... Netherlands: Maastricht, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Nijmegen... Australia Italy: Bocconi, Roma Tre, Roma La Sapienza, Bologna, Luiss Guido (4 universities) Portugal: Universidade Catolica AUSTRALIA: portuguesa University of United Kingdom: Oxford, Warwick, Canterbury, King's College, Saint South Wales and Andrew s, Essex, Newcastle... Queensland. Sweden: Linköpings, Linnaeus... Switzerland: Zurich, St Gallen... Turkey: Bogaziçi University Russia: Higher School of Economics JAPAN: Keio SINGAPORE: Singapore Management University THAILAND: Chulangkorn CHINA: City University, The Chinese University Hong Kong and Shangai University KOREA: Seoul National, Korea University and University of Sogang
21 Internships in companies For the academic year 817 agreements were signed for paid internships in a company. (On the number of agreements is already 516). The goals of in-company internships are: To apply and complement the training received. To put the student in contact with the reality of the professional field in which they will work as a graduate. To develop skills that will help their inclusion in the labour market. Students can do curricular internships for about 14 ECTS. They must have passed first and second year subjects of the degree course. They can also do non-curricular internships at any time. Some students after their internship can remain in the company. The Faculty is promoting and trying to increase internships abroad.
22 Internships in companies Some companies with which internship agreements have been signed: BAKER & MCKENZIE ADVOCATS ERNST & YOUNG BANC SABADELL FRANCE TELECOM ESPAÑA S.A. BANC SANTANDER FREIXENET BASF GAS NATURAL BBVA GRIFOLS BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM ESPANYA S.A. GROUPALIA CAJA GUIPUZCOA SAN SEBASTIAN (KUTXA) GRUP ASSEGURADOR DE LA CAIXA BARCELONA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GRUP DAMM CÁRITAS DIOCESANA DE BCN CODORNIU CORPORACIÓN ALIMENTARIA GUISSONA, S.A DANONE DELOITTE S.L. DESIGUAL DEUTSCHE BANK, S.A.E. DKV EDITORIAL PLANETA GRUP EDITORIAL 62 GVC GAESCO HENKEL HEWLETT PACKARD ESPANYOLA S.L. HOTUSA IDESCAT INDITEX KPGM LA CAIXA
23 Internships in companies Some companies with which internship agreements have been signed: MANGO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC MCKINSEY&COMPANY SIEMENS MGS SEGUROS SNACK VENTURES S.A. (PEPSICO INTL) NESTLÉ ESPAÑA, S.A. SOCIEDAD ESPAÑOLA DE RADIODIFUSIÓN NH HOTELES OGILVYONE WORLDWIDE S.A. PANASONIC ESPAÑA S.A. PRICEWATERHOUSE PRIVALIA PUMA SPORTS SPAIN ROCA SANITARIO S.A. QUATRE CASAS GONÇALVES PEREIRA SANDOZ SANOFI SARA LEE IBERIA SOCIETAT GENERAL D AIGÜES DE BARCELONA, S.A. SOLVAY IBÉRICA, S.L. SONY ESPAÑA S.A. SWAROVKI TELEVISIÓ DE CATALUNYA TOUS T-SYSTEMS UNILEVER VALL D HEBRON VODAFONE YAHOO IBERIA
24 The professionals Internationalization Teaching staff from 20 countries, never endogamic 24% of lecturers are from other autonomous communities and 30% are from other countries. 80% of the permanent or tenure track lecturers at the Department of Economics and Business at UPF obtained their PhD at a non-spanish university.
25 The professionals High level of research: ninth in Europe according to the Tilburg and QS rankings ICREA, CREI, CRES, CREF, IET, LEEX and international contacts. The Department of Economics and Business at UPF has received more grants from the European Research Council than any other European institution. Lectures given by professors ranked among the 10 most cited worldwide. Possibility of getting excellent letters of recommendation to continue studies worldwide. The Department of Economics and Business, ninth in Europe in the Tilburg ranking, participates in the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (BarcelonaGSE) and the Barcelona Graduate School of Management.
26 Student support services Students can find reception and support centres for any queries: Student Information Desk (PIE) at the Library, and the Faculty Library Campus Global Faculty Intranet Tutorial hours by lecturers Support from the Head of Studies and the studies tutor Student-mentors programme User Support Centre (CAU) Application LA FACTORIA: support for learning
27 Student participation Organization and participation in various activities (Debating Societies, Auditor for a Day, Economists Symposium, etc.) Collaboration tasks between the Faculty and students associations (Students Day, Finance Training...) Regular meetings of the the decanal team with student representatives Organization of conferences and activities for students (briefings, conferences, Cultural Workshop, Economics Lecture, Open Classroom...) More than 30 associations: Pompeu Consulting, AIESEC, Club Borsa 35, GEEP... Faculty Newsletter: El Xarrup
28 Start of professional career Each year the University organizes UPFeina, a job fair to facilitate employment and promote contact between students, graduates, the University and businesses. The percentage of graduates that find work within 6 months of finishing their studies is higher than 90%.
29 Career prospects Market analyst Public policy analyst Economic analyst Financial analyst Monetary analyst Sector consultant (finance, insurance, non-profit activities) Management of financial bodies and institutions Designer of institutional mechanisms and assignments State Economist Applied statistician, banking survey services Expert on economic cooperation Expert on financial assessment of projects Expert on regulating competition Expert on quantitative techniques for management Survey services Accounting manager Market research manager Marketing manager Business Management and Administration Human resources management Private professional practice (consulting, office, companies, etc.) Expert in corporate finance Systems administration and analyst, public management of not-for-profit institutions Auditor Investment and finance consultant Consultant to European and international organizations Business management and administration Treasury Inspector Human resources and knowledge management officer State Commercial officer Officer at international organizations (EU, UN, etc.) International finance and investment consultant International market analyst Tax advisor International projects consultant Expert on international accounting Business Management and Administration Systems administration and analyst, public management and the management of not-for-profit institutions Expert on international logistics Sales manager International business administration and management technician International tax officer European official...and many jobs that do not exist yet
30 Award for secondary school students UPF Award for best research paper in economics and business with the collaboration of Agroliment S.A. Further information at: 30
31 Links of interest Summary ADE/ECO/IBE/MGT: Offers abroad, Economics Faculty: places/31_01_2014/31_01_facecon.pdf Offers abroad, all bachelor s degrees: places/31_01_2014/31_01_tots_diversos.pdf Teaching in English: cenciaangles/ecoade.html
32 Further information Faculty of Economic and Business Sciences Ramon Trias Fargas, Barcelona Telephone: Student Information Desk (PIE) at the Library Telephone: https://cau.upf.edu/pie
33 Follow us: Jo, la Pompeu L'Hora del Pati (Breaktime), the UPF newsletter for secondary school students: Universitari per fi! (University student at last!) A blog by UPF students for secondary school students: Jo, la Pompeu
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