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Students who are undecided between Management and Economics can postpone their final decision until their 1st year. You will have the opportunity to study in both areas (Management and Economics) and decide which area you want to graduate at the end of the first year.

In the second year, if you choose to proceed in the Management Degree, the study plan will include courses like Finance, Accounting and Marketing.

On the final year of your degree you have partial “tailor made” course selection, which allows you to pick courses according to your interests and future intentions, choosing from over 30 possible optional courses.

Learn in Action

To strengthen the development of practical skills which are highly valued by employers. This program develops “hands on” training for students. Pertinent topics for international careers will be shared by speakers that are considered to be specialists on diverse such as Doing Business with Asia, Cross Cultural Negotiations, Cultural Differences and How they Impact Management, etc.


Year 1 - 1st semester ects   year 1 - 2nd semester ects
Mathematics I 7,5   Mathematics II 7,5
Introduction to Economics I 7,5   Introduction to Economics II 7,5
Introduction to Management 6,0   Statistics I 6,0
Financial Accounting 6,0   Financial Statement Analysis 5,0
Data Analysis 3,0   Data Modeling 3,0


year 2 - 1st semester ects   yeAR 2 - 2ND SEMESTER ects
Microeconomics I 7,5   Finance II 7,5
Statistics I 7,5   Organizational Behavior 6,0
Finance I 7,5   Cost Accounting 6,0
Marketing 7,5   Christianity and Culture 3,0
      Economic and Business Law 6,0


year 3 - 1st + 2nd semesters Ects
Strategy 6,0
Management Control Systems 6,0
Operations Management 6,0
International Management 6,0
Ethics and Social Responsability 3,0
Elective Courses  




Marketing & Admissions Office - Undergraduate Programs

International Undergraduate Programs


Phone: (+351) 217 214 296

Undergraduate Programs


Phone: (+351) 217 214 295


Christopher dos Santos

South Africa
International Undergraduate Program in Management
"All in all, it was really motivating and confidence boosting to listen to various people with an international background talk about their experiences and affirming that international studies are of growing importance nowadays."