International Economics and Finance
What macroeconomic and financial factors are driving the global economy? Will China surpass the United States as the world’s leading economic power? Why did the 2008 financial crisis have such a negative impact on employment on a global level? Have we learned any lessons since then? What will happen to the dollar and the euro in the future? Will they be replaced by digital currencies? Will robots replace humans in economic production? Is technological development contributing to economic inequality? If you have ever asked yourself any of these questions, this is the diploma for you.
Students interested in carrying out a professional career in the area of economics, especially with regard to international and financial aspects..
To identify the key factors that drive industrial and global dynamics.
To analyze and understand microeconomic and macroeconomic models.
To analyze global economics to make decisions in private and investment banking.
To analyze global interconnections between trade, finance and public policies.
To manage the quantitative tools required to become a professional in the area of economics and finance.
To use data to understand empirical regularities and design economic policies.
To understand the political process behind economic and financial policies.
To propose practical solutions to global economic and financial challenges such as economic development and financial stability.
To conduct critical analyses of the effects of economic policies on economic and financial sustainability.
To develop a holistic approach to economic analysis and the creation of economic policies.
Profile of Graduates:
Graduates have a global mindset when it comes to economics and are capable of designing national and international public policies and understanding the role of finance in the world economy..
The Diploma in International Economics and Finance offers a high employment rate. Graduates have access to a wide range of high-end career opportunities, such as:
International organizations: the IMF, the World Bank, the OECD, the Bank for International Settlements and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Central banks: the ECB, the Bank of Spain and the Federal Reserve System.
Public policies: fiscal policy, industrial policy,
energy policy, supply-side policy and competition policy.
Economist for investment and private banking entities.
Consultancy firms and technology companies.
Public sector: state economist, diplomatic service and central state administration.
Expert in economic cooperation and development agencies.
Data analytics: scientist, consultant or manager.
1 exchange and 3 international seminars.