University 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.

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Teaching timetable

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

Academic and administrative calendars

Study plan structure

Type Credits
Compulsory 54
Master's dissertation 6


Subject 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