Spain - Western Europe
EAE Business School
The Máster en Bolsa y Mercados Financieros (Master on the Stock Exchange and Financial Markets) is designed to equip financial directors to be able to tackle economic changes with the solvency and foresight required by organisations in today’s world. Finance professionals that are flexible and who know how to lead and direct teams, with the skills required to generate value at all times, allocate and distribute financial resources in the most efficient way possible and, above all, contribute to the management of the company in terms of achieving its objectives, based on their strategic vision.
Required diploma(s) :
|Average age||28 years|
|Students Full Time work experience|
|Minimum Full Time work experience||2 years|
|Average Full Time work experience||4-6|
EAE’s academic faculty is made up of an outstanding team of lecturers, university teachers and highly respected professionals in this field of knowledge. They are business experts working as consultants, senior managers and advisers in private companies and institutions. As a result, the participants in this programme acquire constantly updated knowledge with a solid academic basis.
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LIVING IN BARCELONA
In January 2010, Barcelona had more than 1.619.337 million registered citizens. Barcelona has climbed positions in recent years to become one of the most attractive business destinations in Europe. The city is today a very interesting site for new economic activities. A series of international indicators and some testimonials on Barcelona confirm the city's excellent positioning as an attractive city for business due to its:
Barcelona, with a strong Mediterranean character, is a city with a lot of fun activity and considerable participation from citizens. The Barcelona people use their leisure hours to wander through the parks and along the beaches, to visit the exhibition halls and meet in the cafés. The city's intense social life contributes to enriching its citizens' leisure space. It is at night when the people of Barcelona take part in the city’s leisure fun offer: they attend music concerts and plays, and they fill the restaurants, musical bars and nightclubs.
The Barcelona City Hall web provided links to all kinds of services and activities
LIVING IN MADRID
Madrid, the capital of Spain, is a cosmopolitan city that combines the most modern infrastructures and its economic, financial, administrative and service centre with an immense cultural and artistic heritage, the legacy of centuries of fascinating history. It has an approximate population of 3,155,359 inhabitants, and a metropolitan area of 5,843,041, standing in 45th place on the world classification, sixth in Europe and first in Spain.
Despite the current tendency to move the production centres to industrial estates located in the metropolitan periphery, the city of Madrid remains the country's second manufacturing focus, only surpassed by Barcelona. In recent years, Madrid has experienced a very significant development of its tertiary activities, which now employ two-thirds of the working population. Rough guidance for non-resident students.
The star sport in Madrid, as well as in the rest of Spain, is football. The city's two most important teams are Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, although Getafe is also well-known. Basketball is also popular. The two most representative teams of the city, both in the ACB league, are Real Madrid and Estudiantes.
Madrid has excellent facilities for any sport. It has hosted and continues to host innumerable international competitions and was a finalist candidate for the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games.
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