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International Wine Business


Executive Education - Open Programs

Tânia Sousa


Phone: (+351) 217 227 801

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4th edition: starts on February 2nd, 2020

Schedule: download here

Duration: 51,5 hours


Program Description

The International Wine Business Program aims to give a solid training in management and business topics about the wine industry.

The program is lectured by professors from internationally renowned universities such as UC DAVIS, a distinguished Californian school, considered one of the best in international rankings of enology and viticulture training, and KELLOGG SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, the prestigious Chicago school, always ranked at the top of the Executive MBA's world rankings.

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  • Provide advanced knowledge in wine business management;
  • Provide skills in key aspects of the wine industry, namely in management, finance, distribution, planning, marketing, consumer behavior, e-business and wine tourism.

    Main Benefits

  • Distinguished professors of the UC Davis, considered as one of the best in the international rankings of enology and viticulture training; Kellogg School of Management of Chicago, a top international school in Executive MBA’s, as well as from CATÓLICA-LISBON and the Faculty of Biotechnology of UCP - Porto;
  • Seminars and business visits provided by world top speakers from the wine industry.
  • Complementary course offer: Wines of Portugal Academy Program Level II - Official Certification in Portuguese Wines, Promoted by Wines of Portugal.

PLUS: Wines of Portugal Academy Program Level II - Official Certification in Portuguese Wines promoted by Wines of Portugal

The Wine Business Management program participants who have concluded the course can attend the Wines of Portugal Academy Program Level, which grants a certification in Portuguese wines.


Vasco Gonçalves

Executive Education Wine Business Management - Programa de Gestão para o Setor do Vinho
"A specialist faculty, relevant contents and the possibility of developing networking in a very positive environment."