The School of Economics and Business Administration has a stronginternational dimension in that it was the first Spanish institution to offer an international degree (bilingual) within the field of business and economics. Our students take subjects in Spanish and English. To earn the bilingual degree, students must complete two semesters of their undergraduate degree program at a foreign university from within our network of partner institutions. Because this overseas study period forms a very important part of students' curriculum, the School offers a broad, carefully selected list of universities that are among the best in the world (more than 99 universities in 36 countries).
The International Office supports and strengthens the School's international strategy, from day-to-day support for students and faculty members to the development of strategic plans. We are dedicated to managing exchange programs, relations with foreign universities and case competitions, among other activities.
Our job is to promote and improve these processes so that each international experience is better than the last, both for incoming international students and for the students we send overseas.
The University encourages student exchange as a means of offering a more comprehensive education. The International Office offers information on scholarships, agreements and activities.