Study Abroad Business & Management Programme (B&M)

A semester in Barcelona for graduate students in the field of Business and Management

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Strengths

  • A semester in Barcelona, in a World Heritage Campus
  • A Study Abroad experience as part of a Masters or Post-Graduate programme (EQF 7) in the field of Business and Management
  • Elective courses with optional Spanish or Catalan language classes
  • UAB certification with credits

Presentation

  • A semester in Barcelona, with all its wide and interesting cultural and leisure offer within reach
  • In a World Heritage Campus near to Gaudí's Sagrada Família
  • For graduate students seeking a Study Abroad experience as part of a Masters or Post-Graduate programme (EQF 7) in the field of Business and Management
  • Elective courses with optional Spanish or Catalan language classes
  • UAB certification with credits completely transferable to the students' home university

Spring 2023

  • Start date: 27th February 2023
  • End date: 14th June 2023

Check and download the calendar here

Enrolment Period

  • Spring Term 2023: from 19th September to 5th December 2022 (extended registration deadline until Jan. 15th ).

Admission requirements

  • Students must be enrolled at a University or Higher Education institution on a Masters or Post-Graduate programme (EQF7).
  • Students must hold a health insurance plan (offered either by their home university or by external providers) with coverage in Europe.
  • Students must have a B2 level certificate in English if they are not native speakers.

Check all the enrolment information in this link. 

UAB Study Abroad - Business & Management Programme

Tuition fees for the academic year 2022-2023

  • 12 ECTS: 1,860 €
  • 18 ECTS: 2,700 €
  • 24 ECTS: 3,504 €
  • 30 ECTS: 4,260 €
  • 36 ECTS: 4,970 €

Tuition fees for all UAB Study Abroad programmes

We are now registering students in the following modalities:

  • Face to Face classes and activities are the base of the programme. Students who are in Barcelona attend classes at the UAB World Heritage Campus in central Barcelona complemented by our online platform.

  • UAB operates comprehensive COVID-19 protocols in all activities.

Any foreign student coming to a Catalan university must have medical insurance cover.

If you are from outside of the European Economic Area, you should check whether there is an agreement for healthcare between the Social Security of your country and the Social Security of Spain. If there is such an agreement, you should submit the necessary documents in your country so that you can have free access to Spanish public healthcare.

In the case of renewing your Residence Card (NIE, TIE) you have to check if the above mentioned document replaces the obligation to present a private medical insurance regarding illness and accidents (Social Security does not include the repatriation to your home country). For more information, contact the ISS.

If your country has no healthcare agreement with the Spanish Social Security system, you should take out private insurance cover for the whole time of your stay in Spain.

The private medical insurances need to ensure no less than 100.000 euros in the basic services (hospitalization, cover for repatriation to home country, cover for COVID-19, etc.), without gaps of coverage or co-payments.