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Master's Degree in Analysis of International Economic Relations Onsite

IconOctober 2024
Icon9 months
Icon60 ECTS

The Master in Analysis of International Economic Relations is designed to provide advanced and rigorous training in various areas of business management, with a clear specialization and focus on business internationalization processes, adapted to the current needs of society, both from an academic and professional point of view.

As general objectives of the Master's Program we propose:

  • Train professionals capable of leading the internationalization process of their companies and organizations (both private and public), designing, implementing and directing the process of opening new markets.
  • Train professionals with extensive knowledge of the environments in which the company operates, the international economic situation, the institutional framework, and international standards and agreements, as well as a clear understanding of the processes of economic interdependence that govern markets and sectors and that affect the definition and effectiveness of business policy.
  • Professional practical training in foreign countries, obtaining on-site experience of the opportunities and problems presented by the various international markets and the real needs of companies that wish to enter them.

Who is this course for

Graduates in Economics, Business Administration and Management, or Law (*). Who wish to develop their professional career specializing in business internationalization processes, within the framework of multilateral or bilateral relations, and/or in the area of ​​international trade or finance.

Dossier of the Master's Degree in Analysis of International Economic Relations (Onsite, Madrid)


Name of the Master Plazas Format Price
Master's Degree in Analysis of International Economic Relations 80 Onsite


*URJC university fees (link)

The Master is designed to address the growing demand for trained professionals in the fields of international trade and finance. Through an eminently practical content, but at the same time, maintaining the necessary academic rigor, students are provided with postgraduate training that enables them professionally in this field of international economic relations.

Professional projection of the Official Master's Degree in Analysis of International Economic Relations

This program allows you to project your career in the field of International Trade and Global Finance, work in Public Administration, as well as adapt your Curriculum and experience to the new needs of the global market. Among others, the most common positions for graduates in this field are the following:

  • Export technicians in international departments of companies
  • Directors for the management of international transport
  • Managers in charge of the search for new opportunities at an international level
  • Export-import managers
  • ICEX official
  • Head of area in Chambers of Commerce
  • Employee of Public Institutions
  • International Trade Consultant
  • Foreign Trade Advisor
  • Logistics managers in international departments of companies
  • International Expansion Director
  • Official representative of a large company abroad

Companies collaborating with the Master's Degree in Analysis of International Economic Relations

  • Connectworld International Education SA
  • International Media Group
  • Lucrea Design
  • sanhe tours


Module ECTS credits Semester
International economy 6 1 º
Analysis of the economic and financial information of the company 3 1 º
New technologies in internationalization 3 1 º
International Commercial Law 3 1 º
Public international law and European Union law 3 1 º
development economics 3 1 º
International Business English 3 1 º
Statistics applied to the international economy 3 1 º
International Commerce 3 1 º
international economic law 3 2 º
international financial economy 6 2 º
World economy 3 2 º
External Internships 9 2 º
Master's thesis 9 2 º



To find out the best option for paying for your studies, you can choose between the different alternatives that best suit your needs.

Special benefits for any modality

Early payment discounts

Check the dates of your program and you will get a 5% discount*

*This discount does not apply to management fees and other academic fees established by the URJC

Payment in installments for face-to-face and semi-face-to-face modality

Payment through monthly installments allows financing the amount of the Master throughout the course. This modality requires a single prior payment as a place reservation.

Payment method:

  • Full-time Master's degree (1 academic year)
    • early booking: €600
    • Dues: 3 to 12 monthly payments from the payment of the advance reservation of place. (The total amount of the master's degree must be paid at the end of the course).

Payment in installments for distance modality (Online)

Payment through monthly installments allows financing the amount of the Master throughout the course. This modality requires a single prior payment as a place reservation.

Payment method:

  • Full-time Master's degree (1 academic year)
    • early booking: €600
    • Dues: 3 to 12 monthly payments from the payment of the advance reservation of place. (The total amount of the master's degree must be paid at the end of the course).


To consult all the information about scholarships and grants, click here

The program is subject to the possibility of being financed by ¨Tripartite Foundation. The State Foundation for Employment Training (FUNDAE). You can get more information here

The steps to follow for the admission process are:

Admission profile

The qualifications that facilitate access are:

  • Degree in economics.
  • Degree in Business Administration and Management.
  • Degree in law.

For the rest of the degrees, the Admission Committee, made up of the Master's director and two professors, one from the field of economics and the other from law, will carry out a personal interview and another written one to assess the basic economic and legal knowledge that will allow students the maximum benefit from the master's degree. If the demand exceeds the offer of places, the interview and the written test will be valued at 70% and the CV at 30%.


Applicants must be in possession of an official university degree that entitles them to access postgraduate studies.

The requirements for access to the proposed title are according to article 16 of Royal Decree 1393/2007, modified by Royal Decree 861/2010, of July 2:

  • In order to access the official Master's degrees, it will be necessary to be in possession of an official Spanish university degree or another issued by a higher education institution belonging to another Member State of the European Higher Education Area that authorizes the same for access to the teachings of Master.
  • Likewise, graduates from educational systems outside the European Higher Education Area may access without the need for the homologation of their degrees, after verification by the University that they accredit a level of training equivalent to the corresponding official Spanish university degrees and that entitle in the country issuing the degree for access to postgraduate education. Access through this route will not imply, in any case, the homologation of the previous title held by the interested party, nor its recognition for other purposes than that of studying the Master's degree.
Admission request

Applicants for a Master's Degree will send in digital format to the email or by mail to the Admissions Department the following documentation:

  • Admission request completed (download it here).
  • Data veracity form completed (download it here).
  • Data Protection Form completed (download it here).
  • Passport or National Identity Document or equivalent.
  • College degree that give access to Master's studies or proof of having requested it.
  • Official Academic Certification issued by the Official Center of origin stating the qualifications of the studies carried out by the applicant. Said Certification must expressly state what constitutes the first and second cycle of the corresponding study plan.
  • Photography passport size, in color.

the applicants with foreign degreeThey must also present the following documentation:

  • Passport Number or Residence Card.
  • Certificate certifying that the studies carried out give access to a Postgraduate Official in your country of origin, issued by the University of origin.

*In case of having studied in a system outside the European Higher Education Area, the university degree and academic certification must be legalized by Hague Apostille or through diplomatic channels.

Legalization of Foreign Titles

  1. Documents issued by member countries of the European Union or participants in the Agreement on the European Higher Education Area (EEES) will not require any type of legalization.
  2. Documents issued outside the European Union or the European Higher Education Area (EHEA):
    • The Hague Apostille: In accordance with the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, the only formality required for documents from the States party to said Convention is the Apostille stamp placed by the competent authority of the State from which the document emanates and takes effect directly before any authority in Spain.
    • The diplomatic channel: It is the official procedure to be used for the legalization of foreign Civil Registry, notarial and administrative documents issued in countries that are not part of the Hague Convention.

The Hague Convention of October 5, 1961

The Agreement abolishes the requirement of legalization of foreign public documents issued in the signatory countries of said Agreement (BOE. num. 229, of 25.09.1978, num. 248, of 17.10.78 and num. 226, of 20.09.84) . Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Dominica and Saint Kitts and Nevis are signatories to the Convention.

diplomatic legalization

It is used in the rest of the countries that have not signed the Hague Convention of October 5, 1961, in the case of Jamaica. In general, the documents to be legalized by this means must be presented before:

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country issuing the documents and then
  • Diplomatic or consular representation of Spain in that country.

Official Spanish Translation

Documents issued abroad must be accompanied by an official translation into Spanish. Said translation may be made:

  • for any diplomatic representation or consular of the Spanish State abroad
  • The diplomatic or consular representation in Spain of the country of origin of the applicant or, where appropriate, the country of origin of the document.
  • Sworn translator, authorized or registered in Spain.
Litigation, Arbitration

Once the admission to the program has been communicated, the student must pay the registration fee according to the chosen option. Likewise, from the communication of said admission, the candidate will have a period of 7 days to formalize the registration fees and the reservation of the place.

Registration and registration

Upon receipt of the documentation, from IUNIT, we will contact the student to communicate their acceptance and the steps they must take to complete the registration and enrollment. The admissions department will communicate the acceptance to the interested party within a period not exceeding 5 days.


An academic year.

Number of credits

60 ECTS (42 ECTS compulsory subjects, 9 ECTS external practices and 9 ECTS Final Master's Project).

Type of teaching and places offered

Onsite. 60 places (2 groups).


Full time and part time.


225 hours of professional curricular internships with companies with an agreement corresponding to 9 ECTS. There is the possibility of extension to extracurricular practices. External practices are face-to-face.

Companies with which IUNIT has currently signed a collaboration agreement to carry out internships for its students of the Master in Analysis of International Economic Relations.



Training complement

For those students who do not have the required degree or prove the required prior knowledge, a committee made up of the Master's Director and two professors, one from the field of economics and the other from law, will carry out a personal interview and a written test to assess the Basic economic and legal knowledge required.


More information.

Knowledge Branch

Social and Legal Sciences.

external reports
Minimum and Maximum number of ECTS credits by type of enrollment and course

Full-time: 48 ECTS minimum and 60 ECTS maximum.
Part-time: 6 ECTS minimum and 47 ECTS maximum.


Own scholarships.
The Center for Higher Education in Business, Innovation and Technology offers a series of scholarships that are between 5% and 25% of the cost of the program. To access these, a motivation letter and updated Curriculum Vitae must be sent to

MEC Scholarship, Scholarship for Higher Technicians (Pending Call)
Carolina Foundation Scholarship

Learning Resources

It has 7 spacious and bright classrooms and two seminars. They have internet connection as well as Wi-Fi, projector, connection to virtual classrooms and blackboard. The center considers the intensive use of ICT as a central and transversal component of the learning process, so it has a computer infrastructure according to these needs. Access to the reprography room, library and bibliographic resource center is provided. As well as the sports facilities and library of the URJC.

Academic Staff

Ignacio Cid Lozano
Raphael Hurtado
Victoria Eugenia Sánchez
Antonio Díaz
Cristina Gallego Gomez
Raphael Delgado
Fernando Miura

Academic Calendar

This Master in face-to-face mode takes place from Monday to Friday in the morning.

Learn more.

Regulations for enrollment and permanence in the master's degree
Title Guarantee System
Recognition and Transfer of Credits
Title Guarantee

1. Internal Quality Assurance System.
2. Those responsible for the SAIC.
3. External Verification Reports.
4. Title memory.
7. External monitoring and accreditation reports.

Main Results of the Title
  • "Once the Master's monitoring has been carried out, the most relevant quantitative information on the results obtained in the monitoring of said Degree is shown, differentiated by academic year."
  • Course report.
Satisfaction surveys

Within the IUNIT quality assurance system, the following surveys are planned to be carried out:

  • Teacher Assessment.
  • Degree of satisfaction:

Of students with teaching and TFM.
Of the students with the title.
From the teaching staff.
From the Administration and Services Staff.
Of the graduates.
Job insertion.

  • External Practices:

Internship student satisfaction.
Satisfaction of the company's external tutor.

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Improvement plans
  • The IUNIT Quality Assurance System establishes that annually the Quality Assurance Commission of the degree will analyze the information derived from the degree indicators and prepare a report that will include improvement plans, if necessary after analyzing the results.
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