Objectives and competences

Basic information

TypePostgraduate courses
CertificateLifelong learning master's degree certificate
Faculty or schoolFacultat d'Economia i Empresa
Branch of knowledge
  • Economic sciences, business administration and management, marketing, commerce, accounting and tourism
Mode of deliveryFace-to-face
Length of course1 academic year
Language(s) of instructionEnglish;Spanish
Enrolment fee:First year: 3.900,00 €
An increase of 10% is applied to the price, up to a maximum of € 70, as administration fee
In-company placement(s):No
Classes begin:02/11/2024
Master's degree course homepage https://mastermercatsfinancersub.com/
ManagmentTugores Ques, Juan
Open pre-enrolmentYes
Lead to doctoral studiesNo
Admission for applicants not holding a degree qualification:Sí, amb crèdits pendents (10% o menys)

Objectives and competences


- To study financial tools and markets and the role they play in modern economies.
- To understand the logic and mechanisms at work in decision-making in financial businesses and markets.
- Analyse and evaluate opportunities for investment in financial markets.
- To learn the tools and techniques for financial analysis.
- To understand and be able to evaluate risks and correlations, commitments and responsibilities in financial activities.

Access and admission

Applicant profile and access requirements

Recommended applicant profile

Graduates interested in developing professional skills focused on financial markets and finance professionals who would like to broaden or refresh their knowledge as a means of enhancing their professional standing.

Access requirements and conditions



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Contact us

Faculty or school where the course is taught

Address:Facultat d'Economia i Empresa de la UB
Avinguda Diagonal 690

08034 - Barcelona
Email address:jtugores@ub.edu

For further enquiries

Address:Miquel Fresneda
Facultad d'Economia i Empresa de la UB

08034 - Barcelona
Email address:coordinador@mastermercatsfinancersub.com
Observations:Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, from 6.30 to 9.30 p.m (Module I)