Official master's degree in European Union-China: Culture and Economy

Cultivating specialists to join the labour market in the European Union, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau or Latin America, in companies, institutions or non-governmental entities.
 

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Master description

The Master's Degree in European Union-China: Culture and Economics consists of 60 ECTS credits and is taken over one academic year.

The degree is divided into two semesters of attendance-based teaching and a master’s degree dissertation. The structure of the modules is as follows: 54 obligatory ECTS for attendance-based teaching throughout the degree (four successive modules: module 1, 15 ECTS; module 2, 12 ECTS; module 3, 12 ECTS; module 4, 12 ECTS credits) and module 5, of 6 obligatory ECTS, which consist of the master’s degree dissertation. Supervision for the module-6 dissertation is annual.

Obligatory credits correspond to both the fundamental and complementary subjects, thereby facilitating students’ acquisition of that knowledge which is most suitable to their research or professional future.

Course begins on

27/09/2021

Course ends on

30/06/2022

Teaching timetable

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (plus occasional Fridays), from 3.40 p.m. to 7 p.m.

http://mastereuchina.uab.es/

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Study plan structure

Type Credits
Compulsory 54
Master's dissertation 6
TOTAL 60

 

Module title Credits Type
Cultures of the European Union and China 15 COMPULSORY:
Business Management 12 COMPULSORY:
Relations between European Union and China 12 COMPULSORY:
Master's dissertation 6 COMPULSORY:
Economies of the European Union and China 15 COMPULSORY*

* 3 credits must be taken during the first semester and 12 during the second semester