ABOUT THE PROGRAM

SPEND YOUR SUMMER STUDYING AT UAM IN MADRID!

June 27th – July 22nd, 2022

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM)’s Summer School of Economics and Business (SSEB) is a unique opportunity to broaden your horizons in one of the most beautiful and liveliest cities of the world, while studying at a top university.

Check the presentation video of UAM’s SSEB:

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Diploma Ceremony and Farewell Dinner (SSEB 2016)

We invite you to embark on this life-changing journey to gain a new perspective on your studies, make new friends from all over the World, immerse yourself in a different culture, and discover something new about yourself! Join an exclusive 4-week study program that offers some of UAM’s high-quality courses, all taught in English by top professors and researchers of UAM’s Faculty of Economics and Business Studies.

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Diploma Ceremony and Farewell Dinner (SSEB 2016)

The SSEB brings together students from all over the World and a few local students in a truly international environment. The courses are complemented by social and cultural events, as well as academic field trips, which are not offered during the regular Fall and Spring semesters.

The SSEB targets students keen to gain academic enrichment in cutting-edge Economics and Business disciplines, such as:

Climate Change Economics, Financial Management in Multinational Firms, Designing and Implementing Global Marketing Programs, Business Negotiation Processes, etc.

Interested?

Check the detailed description of our courses.

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Check the eligibility criteria and application procedure.

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Do you prefer a shorter and multidisciplinary course?

If you prefer a shorter (two weeks) and multidisciplinary course (Art, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Economics, Engineering, Geography, Humanities, Law, Marketing, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology), you may want to check the Summer School A Multidisciplinary Approach to Climate Change.