Professional Master's Program in Business in Asia (e-learning)
The Professional Master's Program in Business in Asia (English, distance learning) is designed to offer a global and practical vision on
Asian markets (China, India, Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, Iran, Pakistan, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam): how to do business in the Asian countries, flows of foreign direct investment (FDI), exports and imports, Free Trade Agreements (ASEAN, Bay of Bengal Initiative, South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, South Asian Free Trade Area) as well as the Asian economy, the process of economic integration in Asia
and its major organisations.
Furthermore, on the Professional Master in Business in Asia are analysed the Asian major religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism)
and its influence on business and the Asian economic areas.
A Master's Program in Business in Asia that fits your schedule and helps you to get a better emplyment.
Modules of the Professional Master's Program in Business in Asia.
The Professional Master in Business in Asia consists of twelve modules:
- Asian economy, economic integration and organisations (11 ECTS, 5,5 AC)
- Asian economic areas (8 ECTS / 4 AC)
- Business in the countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam… (23 ECTS
/ 12 AC)
- Buddhism and business (1 ECTS)
- Business in China and Hong Kong (13 ECTS)
- Taoism and Confucianism (3 ECTS)
- Business in India and countries of influence of Hindu civilisation (19 ECTS)
- Religions of India: Hinduism, Jainism, Sikhism (4 ECTS)
- Business in Central Eurasian countries: Armenia, Uzbekistan, Iran, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan… (13 ECTS)
- Islam and business in Asia (5 ECTS / 2,5 AC)
- Business in other Asian countries: Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh… (12 ECTS)
- Thesis of the Professional Master in Business in Asia (9 - 19 ECTS)
ECTS (European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System). 1 ECTS credit=
25 hours of student’s dedication (hours of study, exercises, information
Intended to: Professional Master intended for all those wanting to specialise in international business with the Asian Countries.
brochure of the Professional Master in Business in Asia (PDF)
Paths of the Master Professional Business in Asia.
The Master in Business in Asia allows the student to choice three paths of different duration, content, tuition fees, and diploma issued, in order
to fit the Master to the needs and schedule of each student. Thus, the student can easily validate his diploma according to the legislation in force in
his country (For example, there are countries where the law requires two years for a master, while in others is one year).
Path-1. Master 1. The student selects the modules (*) that best suits his professional needs:
credits / 30 (1 year duration).
- Tuition fees: 2,358 Euros.
- Thesis of the Master: 9 ECTS
- Diploma: “Professional Master's Program in Business in Asia” issued by EENI (School of International Business)
- Students who wish to continue with the Master 2 will validate the subjects approved in the Master 1
Path-2. Master 2. The student selects all the modules and subjects (*)
- 120 ECTS / 60 AC Credits (2 years). It is possible to reduce the length of the Master in Business in Asia studying more hours per week.
- Tuition fees: 3,547 Euros.
- Thesis of the Master : 19 ECTS
- Diploma: “Professional Executive Master's Program in Economy,
Business, and Integration in Asia” issued by EENI (School of International Business)
Path-3. Customisable Professional Master. The student set-up (*) his own master (contents and duration)
- Minimum: 60 ECTS, Maximum: 120 ECTS.
- Necessary supervision and approval of the content by EENI
- Tuition fees and diploma: depending on the selected credits (subjects and modules).
(*) The selection of the modules is done once the enrolment has been formalised.
Recommended modules for students from:
- All Asian students. Modules 1 (Asian economy and integration)
and 2 (Asian economic areas)
- Southeast Asian students (Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam).
Module: Business in the countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
- Chinese students. Module: Business in China
- Indian students. Module: Business in India
- Central Eurasian students (Armenia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Mongolia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan).
Module: Business in Central Eurasian countries
- Other Asian nations (Bangladesh, Japan, Maldives, North
Korea, South Korea, Sri Lanka, and Taiwan). Module: Business in other Asian countries
EENI Scholarships for African and Asian Student:
discount up to 40% (EENI Ahimsa Vision “Education for All”).
- Consult conditions and requirements to get an EENI
- Consult scholarships for other regions (Latin America, Europe, the Middle East)
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Markets analysed on the Professional Master in Business in Asia:
Note: in the PDF of each module, you can consult the specific objectives of each subject of each module.
Modules and subjects of the Professional Master in Business in Asia (e-learning)
NOTE: Brackets show ECTS / AC credits
Module- Asian economy, economic integration and organisations (11 ECTS)
Download the module syllabus: “Asian Institutions” (PDF).
1- Main Asian Economic Institutions.
- Introduction to the Asian economy 
- Economic Integration in Asia-Pacific 
- Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) 
- Asian Development Bank 
- Colombo Plan [0.1]
- Boao Forum for Asia [0.1]
- Asia Cooperation Dialogue
2- Asian International Economic Relations
- Forum for East Asia-Latin America Cooperation (FEALAC) [0.1]
- Asia-Europe Economic Meeting (ASEM) [0.1]
- Asia-Middle East Dialogue (AMED) [0.1]
- Africa-Asia Strategic Partnership [0.2]
- Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PEEC)
- Generalised System of Preferences
3- Integration agreements in Asia-Pacific (1.3 ECTS).
- Asia's economic integration agreements
- Asian economic spaces
- The main Asian civilisations and their relationship to the processes of economic integration: Sinic-Buddhist, Islamic, Hindu
4- Economic organisations related to integration in Asia-Pacific
- Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 
- Asia-Pacific Trade Agreement (APTA)
- Indian-Ocean Rim Association (IORA) [0.5]
- Asian Clearing Union (ACU) [0.1]
- South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation [0.1]
- South Asia Subregional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) [0.1]
- Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) 
- Trade Preferential System (TPS-OIC)
Module- Asian economic areas (8 ECTS / 4 AC)
- Economic Area of the Buddhist Civilisation 
- India as the Central State of the Hindu Civilisation  (Hindu Economic Area) (PDF)
- Economic Area of the Sinic Civilisation 
- Central Eurasian Economic Area  of the Islamic Civilisation
Doing Business in Southeast Asia - ASEAN (23 ECTS)
Download the module syllabus: “Business in the ASEAN countries” (PDF).
Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) .
- The ASEAN Economic Community
- The ASEAN Free Trade Area (AFTA)
- Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the ASEAN countries
- Mekong River Commission
- Indonesia-Malaysia-Thailand Growth Triangle (IMT-GT)
- Mekong Economic Cooperation Strategy (ACMECS)
- East ASEAN Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA)
- The ASEAN's Free Trade Agreements (FTA)
Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP)
- Southeast Asian Businessmen [0.1]
- Bay of Bengal Initiative (BIMSTEC) [0.1]
- Introduction to Thai, Tagalog, Indonesian, and Vietnamese
- Business Plan for ASEAN markets
Doing Business in Southeast Asian countries:
- Brunei Darussalam 
- Cambodia 
- Indonesia 
- Laos 
- Malaysia 
- Myanmar 
- Philippines 
- Singapore 
- Thailand 
- Vietnam 
Doing Business in Southeast Asia
Module- Buddhism and
business (1 ECTS)
Download the module syllabus: “Buddhism” (PDF)
Module- Doing Business in China
and Hong Kong (13 ECTS)
Download the module syllabus “Business in China” (PDF).
- Economic Profile of the Chinese provinces [0.5]
- Chinese economy 
- Chinese customs [0.5]
- China ports [0.5]
- Invest (FDI) in China [0.5]
- Chinese enterprises [0.5]
- How to negotiate in China [0.5]
- Doing Business in:
- Beijing 
- Guangzhou - Shenzhen 
- Shanghai 
- Hong Kong 
- Greater Pearl River Delta 
- Greater Mekong Subregion [0.5]
- China's Free Trade Agreements (FTA)
- China's international relations
- Access to the Chinese market.
- Business Plan for China.
Doing Business in China
Module- Taoism and Confucianism
in China (3 ECTS)
Download the module syllabus: “Taoism and Confucianism” (PDF)
Module- Doing Business in India
and countries of influence of the Hindu Civilisation (19 ECTS)
Download the module syllabus “Business in India” (PDF).
- Introduction to the Republic of India [0.5]
- Economic Profile of the States of India [0.5]
- Indian companies and entrepreneurs
- Indian economy and foreign trade 
- Investing in India (FDI) 
- Doing Business in…
- New Delhi 
- Andhra Pradesh 
- Bangalore Karnataka 
- Haryana 
- Mumbai 
- Kerala 
- Gujarat 
- Tamil Nadu 
- India's Free Trade Agreements (FTA).
- Access to the Indian market
- Business Plan for India
Business in countries of influence of the Hindu Civilisation:
- Nepal (strong economic
relations with India) 
- Bhutan 
- Mauritius 
Module- Religions and business in India (4
ECTS / 2 ECTS)
- Islam in India
Download the module syllabus: “Religions of India” (PDF)
Doing Business in Central Asia:
Armenia, Uzbekistan, Iran, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan… (13 ECTS)
Download the module syllabus “Central Asia” (PDF)
Economic Agreements in Central Asia:
- Entrepreneurs and companies in Central Eurasia
- Doing Business in…
- Armenia 
- Iran 
- Kazakhstan 
- Mongolia 
- Pakistan 
- Tajikistan 
- Turkmenistan 
- Uzbekistan 
- Business Plan for Central Eurasian markets
- Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) [0.1]
- Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) [0.4]
- Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) [0.1]
- Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC) [0.5]
- Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) (EEU) [0.2]
- Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States [0.1]
- Central Eurasia Regional Economic
Module: Islam and
business in Asia (5 ECTS / 2,5 AC).
- Introduction to Islam
- Five pillars of Islam
- The Ummah (Muslim Community) in Asia
- Islamic Banking and Finance
- Sharia and business
- Asian Muslim Businesspeople
Download the module syllabus: “Islam” (PDF)
Module- Business in other Asian countries:
Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh… (12 ECTS)
The main objective of the module “Doing Business in East and South Asia” is to provide an overview of the region's economy and business opportunities.
- To learn to do business in East and South Asia (Bangladesh, North
Korea, South Korea, Japan, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Mongolia, the Maldives…)
- To know the business opportunities in the region
- To know the Free Trade Agreements in East and South Asia
- To analyse foreign trade and foreign direct investment flows
Download the module syllabus: “Doing Business in other Asian
Doing Business in…
- Bangladesh 
- Japan 
- Maldives [0.5]
- North Korea [0.5]
- South Korea 
- Sri Lanka 
- Taiwan 
Thesis of the Professional Master in Business in Asia.
For the successful completion of the Professional Master in Business in Asia, students must submit a Thesis. The topic must be related to Asia.
For students who are working in an exporting company; we recommend writing the dissertation on the elaboration of an international marketing plan for one Asian market.
Examples of the thesis may be:
- International Marketing plan (of a particular company) for Central
Eurasia, ASEAN, SAARC
- Investment project in India and/or China
- SWOT analysis of business in the Southeast Asian Markets
- Creating international distribution networks in Central Asian
- International Promotion strategies for South Asia
- Opening a branch in… (Shanghai, Delhi, Jakarta, Tokyo…)
Complementary subjects and utilities included on the Professional Master in Business in Asia:
Asia's Free Trade Agreements (FTA)
Languages of Asia. Includes a series of courses on Introduction to the main Asian languages: English, Hindi, Indonesian, Korean, Thai, Tagalog, Vietnamese…
Market Access Tool:
Adaptation of the contents of the Master.
Contents of the Professional Master in Business in Asia are adapted to several countries and regions (Europe, Africa, America, and the Middle East). Adaptation to each country/region is based on the inclusion on the master of the Free Trade Agreements that these countries/ regions have with the Asian Countries or regions.
- The United States students will have the following agreements: US-Australia, US-Korea, US-Singapore, ASEAN-United States, the APEC, Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement…
- Canadian students will have the following FTA: APEC, ASEAN-Canada
Economic Cooperation Agreement, India-Canada)…
- Students from the European Union will have the following agreements: South Korea, India, China, the ASEAN.
- Students from the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) states will have the following agreements: Singapore, India…
Students who belongs to any country analysed on the module
If the country of the student is included in one subject or module, the student will find useful information related to international trade of his country: economic organisations to which his country belongs, Free Trade Agreements (FTA) in force, Major trade partners, case study of export companies…
EENI - Asian Students:
❮ Samples of the Professional Master in Business in Asia: ❯