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Bachelor's Degree in Marketing + Degree in Entrepreuneurship and Innovation

The main objective of the Bachelor's degree in business administration and management is to train professionals to perform management, counseling and evaluation tasks in products and services organizations. These tasks can take place in the global sphere of the organization or in any of its functional areas: production, human resources, finances, commercialization, investment, administration or accounting.

The graduate should know the organisation of all these functional areas, as well as the overall objectives of the production unit; taking into consideration the context of the global economy and be able to contribute to the smooth running of activities to improve results. Specifically, they must be able to identify and anticipate opportunities, assign resources, organize information, select and motivate people, make decisions, reach proposed goals and evaluate results.

As expressed in its White Paper, this degree is aimed at the following professional profiles: Business Management, Economic Consulting, Financial System, Foreign Trade, International Institutions, Public Administration, Studies and Planning.

Training Objectives and learning Strategies.

The objectives for the Bachelor's degree in business administration and management are defined taking into account the characteristics and evolution of the economic and business activity in a globalised environment that changes quickly and requires competitiveness and sustainability.

It is important to differentiate between training objectives and learning techniques, because both are an important part of the teaching goals of the Bachelor's degree.

Training Objectives:

  1. To know the nature of business and its relation to the immediate and mediate economic environment, national and international. Specifically, aspects like: Shortage and assignment of resources, price system, theory of consumption and production, competitive equilibrium, non competitive markets, economic efficiency and welfare theory.
  2. Rent assignment models in an open economy, money, inflation, unemployment, growth and economic policies instruments.
  3. Decision making theoretical fundamentals.
  4. Business fundamental theories.
  5. Organization and functional areas.
  6. Micro and macroeconomic accounting.
  7. National and international economic reality, production sectors, public sectors, economic institutions and their evolution.
  8. Basic legal notions and Civil, Commercial, Tax, and Labor Law.

Learn business management and organization techniques.

  1. Diagnosis of the situation and the results of the company, of the fund flow on a given period and costs establishment.
  2. Business policies and strategic decisions: "marketing mix", price policies, distribution, promotion and product policies.
  3. Investment projects selection, portfolio models, financial structure as regards mediums and policies, capital cost and risk-profit combination.
  4. Tactical and strategic decisions related to production/operations areas: planning, programming and control of production, products, processes and infrastructures.
  5. Human resources goal setting, policies and planning: analysis, assessment and planning of jobs, staff selection, staff training, managing development, degree planning, retribution and incentive programmes.
  6. Support systems for management and its functions: planning, analysis.
  7. Design and establishment of information systems.

Learning instrumental notions:

  1. Basic elements of linear algebra.
  2. Integral and differential calculus.
  3. Mathematical optimization.
  4. Mathematics in financial operations.
  5. Descriptive statistics, probability, statistic inference, simple regression models and explicative variables.

Learning strategies:

  1. Provide a wide spectrum training content for the university level that addresses the needs of students in higher learning in the social, humanistic, scientific and technical areas.
  2. Put forward an academic curricula that includes the Fundamentals, Methods, Processes and Contents inherent in Business Management and Administration and reflects the multidisciplinary character of the degree.
  3. Satisfy the degree's specific needs about knowledge and development of working techniques and skills, especially those required by the Information and Communication Technologies.
  4. Training in specific job techniques through practical practices in the workplace and in collaboration with the tutorial help of the agents involved.

 

Competences Instrumental:

CI1 Ability to analyse and summarise ability to organise and plan.

CI2 Good at communicating, both in writing and orally, in their mother tongue.

CI3 Good at communicating, both in writing and orally, in a foreign language.

CI4 Study-related IT skills.

CI5 A capacity to analyse, review and classify information from different sources.

CI6 The ability to structure and project information.

CI7 Problem-solving abilities.

CI8 The ability to apply professional criteria to problem analysis, based on technical instruments.


Competences Personal:

CP1 Motivation towards quality and responsibility in the workplace.

CP2 Creativity, initiative and an entrepreneurial spirit.

CP3 The ability to work in a team with an ease of communication.

CP4 The ability to work in a team which covers a range of activities.

CP5 The ability to work in an international environment.

CP6 Skills in inter-personal relationships.

CP7 The capacity to work in diverse and multi-cultural environments: recognising and respecting diversity.

CP8 The ability to think through ideas.

CP9 An ethical commitment to work.

CP10 Good at working under pressure.


Competences Systematic:

CS1 Autonomous learning.

CS2 Adapting to new situations.

CS3 Creativity.

CS4 Leadership.

CS5 Initiative and an entrepreneurial spirit.

CS6 Quality-driven.

CS7 Being sensitive to environmental and social issues.


Competences Practical:

CP1 Applying knowledge to real situations.

CP2 The ability to research.

CP3 Designing and managing projects.

CP4 An ability to develop economic and business-related issues.


Competences Specific Professional:

CSP1 The ability to analyse and apply accounting techniques and rules.

CSP2 The ability to draw up and interpret the data contained in yearly accounts.

CSP3 The ability to solve legal, political and conceptual problems which may be encountered during the running of a business.

CSP4 The ability to analyse and apply the principles of constitutional, civil, business and labour law.

CSP5 A sound working knowledge of the different tax structures.

CSP6 The ability to analyse the instruments of economic policy.

CSP7 Knowledge and analysis of how economic factors work.

CSP8 Knowing and analysing how markets work.

CSP9 Knowing how to analyse the challenge of business through the management functions (planning, organisation, human resource management and control).

CSP10 Knowing how to identify and analyse the functional areas of a company.

CSP11 Knowing how to design and carry out business strategies (corporate and competitive).

CSP12 Knowing how to design and develop a financial plan.

CSP13 Knowing how to formulate an investment-funding strategy in the company.

CSP14 Knowing how to analyse and interpret the data which the company has at its disposal.

CSP15 Knowing how to analyse the sales strategy, targets and sales policy.

CSP16 Knowing how to use Information and Communication Technologies in different areas.

CSP17 Knowing how to lead groups of people.

CSP18 Knowing how to carry out anaylsis and diagnosis, provide back-up and take decisions in the area of organisational structure.

CSP19 Knowing how to apply techniques and take decisions in the field of human resource management.

The students accepted at ESIC in the Official Courses must comply with ESIC's internal regulations, as well as with the Admissions and Attendance Regulations of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. .

Here you will find detailed information about the subjects in the Business Administration and Management Degree:

Bachelor's Degree in Marketing

*Students enrolled in the Official Bachelor's Degree in Marketing by URJC will in turn receive ESIC's Degree in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, granting 135 additional credits to those already obtained in the BDM syllabus.

Semester Subject Credits Type** Faculty
1 Marketing and Interpersonal Communication Techniques 6 BE Belén López
1 Introduction to Corporations 6 BE Alberto Colino
1 Mathematics Applied to Marketing 6 COM Jesús Calzadilla
1 Economic and Marketing History 6 BE Ana Isabel González Santamaría
1 Corporate Sociology 6 BE Thomas Baumert
2 Introduction to Marketing 6 COM Paula Suárez
2 History of the Commercial Culture and Society 6 BE Andrés Sánchez Padilla
2 Applied Statistics to Marketing 6 BE Mariano Méndez
2 Civil Law 6 BE Vidal Martín Hernando
2 Computer Science Applied to Marketing 6 BE Mª José Cabetas Valladares
OFFICIAL CREDITS TOTAL 60 ** Type:
BE: Basic Training
COM: Compulsory course
Semester Subject Credits Type** Faculty
1 Economics I: Microeconomics 6 BE José Mª Martínez Gonzalo
1 Economic-Financial Analysis in Marketing I 4,5 COM Jaime Navarro Mohino
1 Psychology Applied to Marketing 4,5 COM José Mª López - Agulló
1 Strategic Management 4,5 COM Eduardo Gismera
1 Mercantile Law: Legal Regulation of the Market 4,5 COM Federico de Salas
2 Strategic Marketing 4,5 COM Ana Gómez Olmedo
2 Responsability and Corporate Social Marketing 6 BE Abel Monfort
2 Economics II: Macroeconomics 6 COM José Mª Martínez Gonzalo
2 Economic-Financial Analysis in Marketing II 4,5 COM Jaime Navarro Mohino
2 Decission-Making Methods applied to Marketing 4,5 COM Luis Vivanco
2 Labour and Social Security Law 4,5 COM Federico de Salas
A Chinese 6 BE Language Team
OFFICIAL CREDITS TOTAL 60 ** Type:
BE: Basic Training
COM: Compulsory course
Semester Subject Credits Type** Faculty
1 Communication Policy and Digital Advertising 6 COM  
1 Consumer Behavior 4,5 COM  
1 Product Policy 6 COM  
1 Sales Management 4,5 COM  
1 Market Research I 4,5 COM  
1 Industrial and Services Marketing 4,5 COM  
1 Relational, Direct, and Interactive Marketing 6 COM  
2 Distribution Policy and Ecommerce 6 COM  
2 Price and Cost Policy and Ecommerce 6 COM  
2 Market Research II 4,5 COM  
2 Commercial Negotiation Techniques 4,5 COM  
2 Applied Information Systems and Data Driven Marketing 4,5 COM  
OFFICIAL CREDITS TOTAL 60 ** Type:
BE: Basic Training
COM: Compulsory course
Semester Subject Credits Type** Faculty
1 Marketing Plan 6 COM  
1 Sales Analysis and Forecast 4,5 EL  
1 International Economic Analysis 4,5 EL  
1 Electoral Legislation, Communication and State of Law 4,5 EL  
1 Human Resources Management 4,5 EL  
1 International Economics Legislation 4,5 EL  
1 Global Marketing and International Trade 4,5 EL  
1 Industry-Specific Marketing 4,5 EL  
1 Marketing and Communication Management 4,5 EL  
1 Internal Marketing 4,5 EL  
1 Political Marketing 4,5 EL  
1 Academic Recognition of Credits 6 COM  
A External Practices 24 COM  
A End of Degree Project 6 COM  
OFFICIAL CREDITS TOTAL 60 ** Type:
BE: Basic Training
COM: Compulsory course
EL: Elective

Degree in Entrepreneurship and Innovation

*Students enrolled in the Official Bachelor's Degree in business administration and management by URJC will in turn receive ESIC's Degree in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, granting 135 additional credits to those already obtained in the BBAM syllabus.

Semester Subject Credits Type Faculty
1 Chinese I 6 TSEI Language team
1 Business Models I: Product-Market Fit 3 TSEI Lluc Martí
2 Chinese II 6 TSEI Language team
2 Agile Methodologies 3 TSEI Carlos Mota
OFFICIAL CREDITS TOTAL 18 ** Type:
TSEI: ESIC class that belongs to the ESIC’s TSEI
Semester Subject Credits Type Faculty
1 Business Models II: Social Entrepreneurship 3 TSEI
1 Entrepreneurial Ecosystem I 3 TSEI
1 Critical Thinking 3 TSEI
2 Christian Social Thinking 3 TSEI
2 Negotiation and Selling Methods 4,5 TSEI
OFFICIAL CREDITS TOTAL 16,5 ** Type:
TSEI: ESIC class that belongs to the ESIC’s TSEI
Semester Subject Credits Type Faculty
1 Personal Competences I: Personal Brand & Networking 4,5 TSEI
1 Business Models III: Intrepreneurship 3 TSEI
2 Anthropology 3 TSEI
2 Entrepreneurial Ecosystem II: Finance and Law 3 TSEI
2 Narrative Methods 4,5 TSEI
OFFICIAL CREDITS TOTAL 18 ** Type:
TSEI: ESIC class that belongs to the ESIC’s TSEI
Semester Subject Credits Type Faculty
2 Business Ethics 3 TSEI
2 Business Models IV: go to Market 3 TSEI
2 Personal Skills II: Leadership, Self-Management and Managing Teams 3 TSEI
2 Entrepreneurial Ecosystem III: Attending Fairs, Companies, Bootcamps, prizes 3 TSEI
2 E-Markets 4,5 TSEI
2 Esic Garage I: Coach in Teams 6 TSEI
OFFICIAL CREDITS TOTAL 22,5 ** Type:
TSEI: ESIC class that belongs to the ESIC’s TSEI
Semester Subject Credits Type Faculty
1 Digital Production I 6 TSEI
1 Global Innovation: Structure, Product and Processes 4,5 TSEI
1 Elective Subject I 3 TSEI
1 Elective Subject II 12 TSEI
1 Esic Garage II: Coach in Teams 12 TSEI
2 Digital Production II 6 TSEI
2 Global Mindset 4,5 TSEI
2 Elective Subject III 4,5 TSEI
2 Personal Competences III: Debating, Public Speaking and Interpretation Techniques 3 TSEI
2 Esic Garage III: Coach in Teams 12 TSEI
OFFICIAL CREDITS TOTAL 60 ** Type:
TSEI: ESIC class that belongs to the ESIC’s TSEI

The students who wish to validate or adapt classes taken in other official institutions must comply with the requisites that the University demands for such validations or adaptations and request them in the School Secretary in the given timeframes. The University Rector will then process the petitions. Credits will be validated by the University taking into account the adequacy of competences and the theoretical knowledge associated with the rest of the classes taken by the student and present in the common curricula. The official regulations of admission and transference of credits into de URJC can be found at here .

The students who wish to attend these classes must hold a High School Diploma and must have passed the University admission tests or to hold one of the degrees that enable the admission to the university:

Pre-enrollment and admission

  1. Hold a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent and to have passed the University Admission Tests.
  2. Complete the tests that the School Board determines.
  3. Have a personal interview with members of the corresponding area Board.

Since these are official studies, the student must pre-enroll according to what the Consejería de Educación de la Comunidad de Madrid establishes every year, and respect the norms and schedules given by this body.

Once accepted, the student must complete the payments at the Secretaría del Área de Grado in ESIC, providing the final examination card/credential (source document and 3 photocopies).

For more information on registration indicators, see the results here.

Admission and grants

Economic issues should not stop you from reaching your academic goals, therefore, we offer a wide range of possibilities to help you in this regard, those developed specifically at ESIC as well as those that various public or private organizations place at your disposal.

Bank financing

  • ESIC has financing agreements with several banks and offers preferential conditions to students enrolled in any of our school's programs. More information about the rules and conditions of each of these agreements can be requested at the Secretary Office of each academic area.
  • Finance conditions

Scholarships

  • ESIC has its own programme of different types of economic scholarships. See conditions HERE.
  • These scholarships should be expressly requested by the pupil within the deadlines of the call and in compliance with all the requirements.

All students enrolled in an official degree are able to access official scholarships and grants programs promoted by the Ministry of Education:

National scholarships:

  • Ministry of education scholarships and grants. + INFO
  • Consejería de Educación scholarships and grants. + INFO
  • Sicue-Seneca scholarships and grants (URJC). + INFO

International scholarships:

  • ERASMUS scholarships for students enrolled in the official degrees, which foster and facilitate the student's academic mobility within European Union Member States. + INFO
  • MUNDE-URJC scholarships promote the student's international mobility among universities that do not belong to the European Higher Education Area (EHEA). + INFO

Mobility scholarships for international internships:

  • FARO GLOBAL scholarships program that fosters internships in companies and organizations located in Europe, United States, Canada and Asian countries. + INFO
  • The ARGO GLOBAL scholarships a mobility program fostered by the Ministry of Education that promotes the academic training of graduates of Spanish universities through internships in international companies. + INFO

Grants and Insurance

  • The degree students have insurance training, so that in the event of death of the person who pays the costs of training (provider) student (beneficiary) will not have economic difficulties to continue their studies.

Admission to the Degree's official training courses requires be a high school graduate or equivalent, and the passing of the exam referred to in the article 42 of the Organic law 6/2001 of Universities, modified by law 7/2007, April 12, as well as all other admission requirements of the current regulations.

Due to the multidisciplinary character of the Degree in Business Administrations and Management, it´s difficult to design a specific and suitable application profile. It would be desirable that the new student must be conscious of what the Bachelor's degree in business administration and management pretends, which means giving a competitive formation in business management and administration. In consequence, he/she must confront the qualification according to the following attitudes:

  • Responsibility. It´s necessary to be conscious that daily working will manage them to reach objectives and that the level of effort will be the one that remark the final results.
  • Receptivity. It will be necessary to be open to every new idea. This receptivity includes possessing a flair and disposition to plan and organize activities, simplicity in going on with others and team work.
  • Curiosity and dynamism. He/she must be enterprising, ready to discover new aspects by his/herself, creative and innovator.

For more information on entrance profile indicators, see the results here.

The Bachelor's degree in business administration and management aims at fostering the technical, organizational, human and intellectual abilities in the students, in order to face the current business world and its constant changes.

Once the studies are finished, they will be able to create their own businesses and make management decisions in any companies within the following areas:

  • General Management.
  • Economic-Financial Management.
  • Human Resources and Organizational Management.
  • Marketing and Sales Management.
  • International Commerce Management.
  • Planning, Programming, Objectives and Standards Management.
  • Business Consulting and Counseling.

For more information on exit profiles, see the results here:

  ERASMUS + PROGRAMME FOR STUDIES:

Our institution is currently accredited by the ERASMUS CHARTER FOR HIGHER EDUCATION (ECHE) (ERASMUS CODE: E MADRID114) under the principles contained in our Erasmus Policy Statement.

Within the sphere of European education, students of official degrees can take part in bilateral exchanges with different universities. Click here to see the places offered in each degree.

Participating students will only have to pay the fee corresponding to the ESIC course.

Access to this programme is by means of an annual call, which includes the requirements and academic conditions for the stay abroad to be acknowledged. See documentation here.

The following documents must be completed for the admission process:

  • PRE-REGISTRATION: Applicants must pre-register by filling in the form and submitting it within the established deadline. Download the form here.
  • SOLICITUD: El alumno debe rellenar un impreso de solicitud por idioma por duplicado Download the form here.
  • APPLICATION: Applicants must fill in one application form per language in duplicate. Download the form here.
  • ACCEPTANCE: Places will be awarded within the deadlines established in the call, and a definitive list will be published.
  • REGISTRATION: Within the established deadline, students must fill in the registration documents for the destination university as well as drawing up the Learning Agreement (Download the document here) with the corresponding academic coordinator. (List of coordinators and contact data)

PRELIMINARY DOCUMENTATION FOR THE DESTINATION UNIVERSITY: Before travelling to the university, the student must obtain the following documents:

DOCUMENTATION WHEN RETURNING FROM THE DESTINATION UNIVERSITY:

For more information, contact ESIC’s International Office. Click here.

  MUNDE-ESIC PROGRAMME:

With regard to NON-European education sphere, students of official degrees can access bilateral exchanges with different universities. Click here to see the places offered for each degree.

Access to this programme is by means of an annual call, which includes the academic requirements and conditions to acknowledge the stay abroad. See documentation here.

Students taking part will only have to pay the fee corresponding to the course in ESIC.

The following documentation is required to apply for this programme:

  • PRE-REGISTRATION: Applicants must pre-register by filling in the form and submitting it within the established deadline. Download the form here.
  • ACCEPTANCE: Places will be awarded within the deadlines established in the destination universities call and the applicants will receive confirmation.
  • REGISTRATION: Within the established deadline, students must fill in the registration documents for the destination university as well as drawing up the Learning Agreement (Download the document here) with the corresponding academic coordinator. (List of coordinators and contact data)

PRELIMINARY DOCUMENTATION FOR THE DESTINATION UNIVERSITY: Before travelling to the university, the student must obtain the following document:

For more information, contact ESIC’s International Office. Click here.

SICUE STUDENT MOBILITY PROGRAMME

SICUE is a programme for student mobility between Spanish universities. This programme enables students to study in Spanish universities with which an agreement has been signed. These stays will have a minimum duration of 5 and maximum of 9 months. For the acknowledgment of the studies carried out in the destination university an academic agreement will be signed between the coordinators of the two universities and the student, indicating the subjects to be studied in the destination university and the subjects that will be recognised once the stay is over.

The call, application and acceptance process will be carried out through the UNIVERSIDAD REY JUAN CARLOS, of which ESIC is an associated centre.

For more information, contact URJC. Click here.

  ERASMUS + PROGRAMME FOR INTERNSHIPS:

Our institution is currently accredited with the ERASMUS CHARTER FOR HIGHER EDUCATION (ECHE) (ERASMUS CODE: E MADRID114) under the principles contained in our Erasmus Policy Statement.

Within the scope of the European education system, students of official degrees can carry out internships in companies and organisations abroad.

Access to this programme is by means of an annual call. Click here to see documentation.

The National Agency advises the use of the Erasmus+ Internship platform for higher education: Click here to enter the platform.

The following documents are needed for the procedure of this call:

  • APPLICATION: The student must confirm the data regarding the internship in the International Office via email and will be subject to a selection interview.
  • ACCEPTANCE: Places will be awarded within the deadlines established in the call and the applicants will receive confirmation.

DOCUMENTATION PRIOR TO CARRYING OUT THE INTERNSHIP: The following documents must be obtained by the student before leaving:

DOCUMENTATION WHEN RETURNING FROM THE INTERNSHIP:

For more information, contact ESIC’s International Office. Click here.

ESIC has a Department of in-company Internships, which constitutes one of the natural links of the School with the business panorama. The external practices constitute a training activity to be performed by the students under the supervision of ESIC. These will take place primarily in companies, institutions and organisms, public or private.

The external internships aim at allowing the students to apply the knowledge acquired during their academic training in a professional way. This way, the students will learn first-hand about work methodologies, develop competences and obtain practical experiences that will facilitate their subsequent activities in the work market.

As stated in the current Legal Regime, the students who are admitted and attending classes at ESIC will be able to take part in these external internships. Those students who have completed all of the academic courses and who are able to obtain the corresponding degree are no longer able to apply for any official External Internship Programmes.

Percentage of students working in different areas:

estadisticas grade

ESIC is currently connected to more than 2.000 private and public companies that hold student internships; and a growing number of companies want to sign collaboration contracts every year.

Some of the companies with which ESIC has educational cooperation contracts are:

ACCIONA, S.A ACTIVISION AMADEUS ANTENA 3 AVON COSMETICOS BARCLAYS BANK
BANCO SABADELL BANCO POPULAR BDF NIVEA BMW BODEGAS OSBORNE BOURJOIS
BULGARI ESPAÑA, S.A BURSON MARSTELLER CARAT CHRISTIAN DIOR COCA COLA GESTIÓN COLGATE PALMOLIVE
COMISIÓN NACIONAL DE LA ENERGÍA CORREOS Y TELÉGRAFOS DELL COMPUTER DHL INTERNACIONAL DIAGEO EL CORTE INGLES
ELECTROLUX HOME PRODUCTS ESPAÑA ELECTRONIC ARTS SOFTWARE EULEN, S.A EVERIS FAGOR ELECTROMÉSTICOS FORD ESPAÑA, S.A
FOX INTERNATIONAL CHANNEL S.L FRANCE TELECOM ESPAÑA GENERAL MOTORS ESPAÑA GLAXOSMITHKLINE CONSUMER HEALTHCARE, S.A GLOBALIA CORPORACION HAVAS MEDIA
HEINEKEN ESPAÑA, S.A INDITEX KELLOGG KIMBERLY CLARK, S.L L´OREAL LEGO
LVMH IBERIA MICROSOFT IBERICA NH HOTELES S.L ORACLE PERFUMES LOEWE, S.A PHILIPS
PORSCHE IBÉRICA PROCTER & GAMBLE ESPAÑA SAMSUNG SEPHORA SEUR SONY COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT
TELEFÓNICA ESPAÑA SAU TELEPIZZA THE WALT DISNEY UNIVERSAL PICTURES IBERIA YVES ROCHER ZED WORLDWIDE

For more information on External Academic Internships, see the results here.

  REGULATION OF WORK PLACEMENTS

Infrastructure and Facilities

The infrastructure available to students is the one the School owns, located in Avd. de Valdenigrales s/n en Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid), as well as all the other facilities the School provides its students with in the rest of the head offices in Spain (libraries, newspaper libraries, computer rooms, sports facilities, etc).

Access to facilities complies with the universal accessibility regulations. The entrance has easy access ramps and the buildings have elevators adapted to wheel chairs.

According to special needs and to the access list of Disabled Quota, the Center provides adaptable desks to students with wheel chairs, as well as communication mechanisms for class follow-up for the students with special needs.

The Infrastructure Service is made up of professionals in several sectors whose mains tasks are maintenance and repairs of the equipment and facilities of the entire center.

The School has maintenance contracts with specific providers for the area of office automation.

Below is a list of the infrastructure and facilities of the University that are available to the Degree students.

Theory Classrooms

Of all the ESIC classrooms, there are currently 31 theory classrooms for the degree studies, with sizes oscillating between 47 m2 and 57 m2. All our classrooms have the technical equipment necessary for the correct development of each class (computers, data projector, fixed projector attached to the ceiling, projection screen, etc.).

Additionally, the Languages Department provides 3 classrooms of 45 m2 and 3 Seminar Rooms of 15 m2 approximately.

Moreover, we have extra materials in case of need (laptops, mobile projectors, etc). As well as TV monitors with video, for when necessary.

Computer Science Classrooms

The ESIC-Pozuelo facilities offer 5 computer science rooms, with a total of 205 seats. Each classroom provides the necessary audiovisual material. All the classrooms are equipped with the same audiovisual materials described above, and have the necessary programmes to provide students with the techniques and tools for a good development of the skills that are required by the market.

Seminars Room

Three fully furnished room of 80 m2 are available, as well as 3 rooms of 40 m2, equipped with a teacher desk, multimedia, a projector, Internet connection and suitable furniture arrangement for working in groups.

Working Classrooms

In order for the different work groups to get together, there are, besides the above-mentioned classrooms, four working classrooms of 15 m2 each, with a working desk and the right furniture distribution for teamwork

IT and Internet Connections

There is WIFI in all the premises, free and available to all members of the university community (students, PAS and PDI). Furthermore, all the computers in the classrooms are connected to Internet.

Library

The new ESIC Municipal University Library was inaugurated in September 2013, in a separate building near the School. It offers its services to both ESIC students and students from any other university.

The services are distributed throughout the building in the following way:

Ground Floor

  • Control
  • Online public access catalogue (OPAC) point
  • Computer room: 24 terminals
  • Group work rooms: 6 (4 occupants in each one)
  • Study room: 72 reading stations
  • Newspaper archive

First Floor

  • Online public access catalogue (OPAC) point
  • Reading room (16 places)
  • Group work rooms: 8 (8 occupants in each one)
  • Study room: 72 reading stations
  • Study room: 42 reading stations

Collections:

The ESIC library has a collection with the following characteristics:

  • A collection of approximately 13.500 volumes specialised in marketing, publicity, economics, businesses, commerce, etc.
  • 200 periodicals specialised in the same materials.

Services:

  • General study and reading Room. Free library access previously registering as a user.
  • Group work rooms. Accessible with 24 hour prior booking and it is essential that you are registered as a library user.
  • Access and consultation of library subscribed databases and electronic documents.
  • OPAC consultation: here.
  • Personal loans: 3 books per week.
  • Periodicals and reference consultation.

Opening Hours:

  • Monday to Friday from 9am to 9pm.
  • Saturdays from 10am to 2pm.
  • Extraordinary exam period opening times: From 9am to 7am.

Degree Classrooms

There is a Ceremony Rooms, equipped with all the audiovisual media described for the theory classes. It has 190 m2 and a 200 people capacity.

Reprographic Service

Among the services the School provides, there is a reprographic service, with two options: one run by school personnel and another one with self-service machines that operate with prepaid cards.

Cafeteria and Catering

The School has a cafeteria and a catering service with capacity for 150 seats, which can serve up to 300 daily meals for students, professors, administrative staff and services.

Multimedia Classroom

It has three separate units with a surface area of 52m2. It offers the School’s students facilities and resources where they can work the different multimedia design areas.

The following activities can be carried out in the Multimedia Classroom:

Multimedia Workshop for advanced works.

The Multimedia Classroom has a physical space where students can carry out works with a professional finish in the ambits of video editing, television, radio and graphic design.

Planning for Courses and Seminars.

The Multimedia Classroom will have a permanent programme of highly practical courses that are designed to meet the professional expectations required in today’s market. The courses and seminars will be given by professionals and teachers from the different areas of digital design and production.

Sports Complex

Covering 2.200 m2 and made up of two multi-use courts to practice sports like handball, basketball, indoor football, volleyball, etc. The facilities include showers and toilets.

Outdoor car park

Covering some 9.300 m2 with capacity for some 300 vehicles.

Chapel

ESIC has a chapel with a surface area of 139 m2 and capacity for approximately 100 people.

Every year, as a ceremony held before the beginning of classes, there's an informative session for students (and family of the First year Students) enrolled in the different courses if the Degree Studies. In this session, students are told about news and course characteristics and information about the School, and they are handed the Participants’ Welcome Handbook .

Before the beginning of classes, there will be "leveling" courses for the students to strengthen those areas of study that, as our experience has shown, need it.

This action aims at giving new students the quantitative knowledge they might need to start the course with more guarantees and efficiency.

These classes are:

  • Pre-requirements in Mathematics Course
  • Pre-requirements in Accounting Course.

ESIC has a Plan of Action for Tutoring (P.A.T.) for the "welcoming" of students in their admission process and adaptation to the School.

At the beginning of the classes, a tutor will be assigned to each student, who will be his/her referent in the personal and academic environments. Both will maintain a series of meetings and orientation interviews during the academic year, so the students feel guided and accompanied during their adaptation to University life.

The tutor's responsibilities will be to show the student the School (philosophy and resources), provide information about the Master's, make the university process a dynamic one and facilitate the integration, both personal as well as into the group.

For more information, see Degree in Business Administration and Management Tutors .

Professional Work Meeting

Once a year, there is a work meeting called MEET, organized by the Professional Opportunities Department in ESIC. MEET connects companies in search for management talent with the students that learn every year in our classrooms, with the aim of connecting the potential candidates to the recruiting companies for possible hirings.

The companies involved carry out selection processes and sectorial presentations that complete the knowledge the students need of the different programmes at ESIC.

Workshop for Job Searches

Through the development of the Programmes, ESIC organizes a series of workshops in collaboration with INFOEMPLEO with the aim of helping the assistants to improve their personal and professional skills when facing work interviews.

Professional Careers Department

It offers ex-students two important salient advantages:

  • Offers national coverage: That is, ESIC students can choose any national level offer, independently of the city where they attended classes.
  • Offers its services throughout the student's working life: Does not limit itself to the search for their first job, but also helps in the development of the student's degree.

The student can make use of an on-line platform to improve the service it offers ex-students as well as collaborating companies.

Through the website www.esic.edu/campus-esic , ESIC ex-students can register with their username and password, and activate their candidatures and have access to more than 250 monthly offers that the Department handles on a national level.

The candidates, besides uploading and codifying their CVs, can indicate their own preferences and restrictions as regards positions, sectors, geographical areas, responsibilities and retribution.

The candidates receive information about job offers to which their CVs have been sent to from the Professional Opportunities Department. At the same time that their CVs are sent to the companies that have required candidates with his/her professional profiles, they receive an email with all the information about the company and the job offer to which they have been recommended for.

All services offered by the Professional Opportunities Department at ESIC are free, for the ex-students as well as for the collaborating companies.

Learn more abou Professional Opportunities Department.

For more information on infrastructure indicators and installations, see the results here.

ESIC offers to all ex-students who are interested, the possibility to become a member of the Asociación de Antiguos Alumnos (Alumni) . Alumni was created in 1972 and nowadays has about 5.000 members, a group formed by business professionals and ESIC graduates. Alumni's main objectives are: to promote and strengthen networking, to foster the professional development of their members and to facilitate the ongoing training of its members. When becoming a member, the ex-students will be able to enjoy discounts in all the workshops and activities that ESIC organizes.

All members will receive in their houses the Alumni publication, with interviews and articles of interest.

Improving ESIC's quality day by day

ESIC's Quality Guarantee system (SGC_ESIC) was created in 2006, with the aim of improving the quality of teaching in all areas of training. This system outlines how ESIC makes use of its organs, regulations, criteria, processes, etc, to improve the quality of the degrees, the selection and promotion of its professors, the planning and development or the results of learning and also how to include different interest groups in design, development, evaluation and broadcasting of its training activities. All this Guarantee System is included inside a Continuous Memory work philosophy.

How we organize the project...

For the design and implementations of the SGC ESIC we have had the collaboration of all the professors and non-professors staff in the School. The project was directed by the School Management Committee, supported by the academic and management Campus Boards and Areas Boards. These Boards have made each and everybody of their staff collaborate, making the project a success that everyone can make good use of. All of them have had the support of the Quality Unit, formed by the quality managers of each area and coordinators of each campus, which helped the widespread and the participation of everybody in the project.

Which are our Reference Quality Models?

ESIC's SGC has been designed under the reference frame of the ISO standard 9001:2008, adapted to the training services in a first phase, with the aim of standardizing the academic and management processes.

On a second phase, the follow up, revision and improvements systems were added to the Quality system based on the ISO standard, much developed by the EFQM model, which resulted in an important improvement to the initial system.

More recently, the ESIC quality system has been upgraded through the AUDIT Accreditation Programme -which is the model of reference for our university system under the new European space and which is promoted by ANECA (Agencia Nacional de la Calidad y Acreditación). Moreover, ESIC's Quality Guarantee System complies with the requirements of the SGC (Sistema de Garantía de Calidad) of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and Universidad Miguel Hernández, since it is an attached training center for both institutions.

All Interest Groups at ESIC collaborate on the ESIC Improvement Project through their participation in the different existing commissions, and are listed in the ESIC Quality Handbook. These Groups regularly manifest their satisfaction as regards the training and complementary services, so that the "Services to Keep" are identified (because of the high levelof satisfaction they get), as well as "Services to be improved" and "newly identified needs".

Besides the Commissions, he ESIC students collaborate with the ESIC Improvement Project through Satisfaction Opinion Polls. Institución. ESIC conducts a Satisfaction Opinion Poll of Students towards Professors in every finished course, and a Satisfaction Opinion Poll of Students towards the Institution.

Satisfaction Opinion Poll for Students towards Professors.

 
  • Degree Area, the Satisfaction Opinion Poll towards Teachers is sent out twice for each academic year, always at the end of each class in each four-month period.
  • Graduate Studies Area, the satisfaction Opinion Poll towards Professors is sent at the end of each seminar.

Satisfaction Opinion Poll for Students towards the Institution.

All students at mid-point and at the end of their programmes, in Degrees as well as in Graduate Studies Courses, are interviewed to know their level of satisfaction towards ESIC. The aspects taken into consideration are: Programme taken, Facilities, Assistance, and Future Expectations.

Satisfaction Opinion Poll in International Mobility

All students who come from other Universities around the world and take classes at ESIC, as well as ESIC students who take classes in another University through the Institutional Agreements that ESIC offers, take part in a Satisfaction Poll which considers the following aspects: Assistance Services specific for International Mobility, Programme taken, Assistance received, Facilities and Future Expectations.

...in constant improvement...

ESIC formulates under its Quality System Guarantee different channels through which the possible improvements can be identified and implemented in the Institution or new needs which have not yet been detected.

All the ESIC interest groups are represented within the Boards , and collaborate with the identification of improvements regularly, as declared in the ESIC Quality Handbook.

Moreover, through the Satisfaction Polls of the different Interest Groups declared which are generated by the Opinion Poll Plans, possible improvements are identified, as regards academic and other service matters that ESIC offers.

Furthermore, all interest groups collaborate with their opinions through Regular and Web Email, which helps bring about improvements for ESIC.

  • Degree’s Report of the Degree in Business Administration and Management (Degree – URJC in Madrid) (GRADE) 2017/2018   Download pdf
  • Degree’s Report of the Degree in Business Administration and Management (Degree – URJC in Madrid) (GRADE) 2016/2017   Download pdf
  • Degree’s Report of the Degree in Business Administration and Management (Degree – URJC in Madrid) (GRADE) 2015/2016   Download pdf
  • Degree’s Report of the Degree in Business Administration and Management (Degree – URJC in Madrid) (GRADE) 2014/2015   Download pdf
  • Degree’s Report of the Degree in Business Administration and Management (Degree – URJC in Madrid) (GRADE) 2013/2014   Download pdf
  • Degree’s Report of the Degree in Business Administration and Management (Degree – URJC in Madrid) (GRADE) 2012/2013   Download pdf

Degrees’ Committees Each degree has a Committee organized in the following way:

  • The Director of the Degree Academic Committee, who will preside its meetings.
  • A Coordinator from Undergraduate Studies.
  • Two to five professors from the degree’s faculty.
  • The Degree’s Class Representative and theDeputy Class Representative.
  • A representative from the Academic Management Personnel (PAS)
  • One or two external experts.

The Committee’s main goal is to assure the quality of the degree by promoting its constant improvement. For this, it develops the following functions:

  • The monitoring of the objectives of the Degree’s curriculum.
  • The proposal, implementation and monitoring of the improvement actions for the program.
  • The developing of the Quality Management System for the Degree.
  • The performance of the appropriate evaluations of the qualitative and quantitative data included in the Degree’s assessment reports and the improvement proposals based their information.
  • The elaboration of the Degree’s Annual Report.
  • The integration of the Academic Directors in the continuous improvement of the degree.
  • The integration of the Non-Academic Directors in the continuous improvement of the non-academic services for the degree’s participants.

Frequency: 2 meetings per academic year and program (Degree).

See Committee for the Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and Management

See Policy for Degree's Committees.

See Policy for Faculty Coordination