Master in Business in Europe

EENI- School of International Business

Professional Master's Program in Business in the European Union (e-learning, English, 60/120 ECTS)

The Professional Master's Program in Business in Europe is designed to offer a global and practical vision on:

  1. The complex functioning of the European Union (EU's Institutions, Single Market, Customs Union...), doing business in the EU markets (France, Germany, Italy, Croatia, Romania, Greece, Spain...), the EU's International Relations (EU Foreign Policy, free trade and association agreements), how to export to the EU or import from the EU...
  2. The countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA)
  3. The European, Orthodox and Eurasian Economic Areas
  4. Russia as the central state of Orthodox civilization
  5. The Eastern Markets of Europe and Turkey

The objectives of the Professional Master's Program in Business in Europe are:

  1. To understand how the EU works and the role of its main institutions
  2. To understand the functioning and implications of the European Single Market
  3. To know the causes and effects of BREXIT
  4. To explore the business opportunities in the twenty-eight countries of the European Union
  5. To analyse the foreign trade and foreign direct investment (FDI) in the region
  6. To learn about the international relations and Free Trade Agreement (FTA) of the European Union
  7. To know how to export to the EU and import from the EU
  8. To design a business plan for the European Union Markets
  9. To evaluate the business opportunities in the Russian market
  10. To analyse the business opportunities in the countries of the EFTA, CEFTA, Eastern Europe and Turkey
  11. To understand the influence of Christianity on Business in Europe
  12. How to avoid the corruption in business in Europe

A Professional Master in Business in Europe that fits your schedule and helps you to get a better job.

The language of the Professional Master in Business in Europe: English. Also, available in Spanish Master UE French Master UE or Portuguese Mestrado UE. The subjects of the Master are available in four languages and are accessible to all the students wishing to review them in whatever language and use one of the four languages as a vehicular language of the campus and to complete the exercises.

Download the syllabus of the Professional Master's Program in Business in the European Union (PDF)

Master intended for all those wanting to specialise in all the aspects related to the functioning of the EU, its internationals relations and business in the European Markets.

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Modules of the Professional Master's Program Business in the European Union.

Master in Business in Europe

The Professional Master's Program in Business in Europe (e-learning) consists of seventeen modules:

  1. Introduction to the European Union. The EU's Institutions (3 ECTS)
  2. The Single Market of the European Union (4 ECTS)
  3. The EU's Founding Countries (1951) (11 ECTS)
    1. Doing Business in Germany, Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands
  4. The EU's Countries of the first four enlargements (1973-1995) (12 ECTS)
    1. Doing Business in Denmark, the United Kingdom, Greece, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Finland and Sweden
  5. The EU's Countries of the last enlargements (2004-2013) (13 ECTS)
    1. Doing Business in the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Estonia, Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria and Croatia
  6. International Relations of the European Union (8 ECTS)
  7. Export to the European Union. Import from the EU (2 ECTS)
  8. The European, Orthodox and Eurasian Economic Areas (6 ECTS)
  9. The European Institutions (2 ECTS)
  10. Christianity (Catholicism, Protestantism, Orthodoxy) and Business in Europe (6 ECTS)
  11. Doing business in Russia (12 ECTS)
  12. Doing business in the countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) (9 ECTS)
  13. Doing business in the countries of the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) (9 ECTS)
  14. Doing Business in the countries of Eastern Europe and Turkey (7 ECTS)
  15. Key Concepts of International Trade
  16. No corruption in business
  17. Thesis of the Professional Master in Business in Europe (10 ECTS)

ECTS = European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System

Paths of the Professional Master

The Master allows the student to select three paths of different duration, content, tuition fees, and diploma issued in order to fit the Professional Master to the needs and schedule of the student.

Customised Master

The modules and subjects of the master

Module - Introduction to the European Union. The EU's Institutions

Introduction to the EU and their Institutions (PDF)

Course European Union and Institutions

Introduction to the EU

  1. Objectives, organisation and functioning of the EU
  2. Introduction to the principles of the Community law
  3. The economy of the European Union
  4. The political and economic impact of the BREXIT
  5. The economic profile of the EU member countries
  6. The EU Structural and Investment Funds
  7. The EU as a member of the European Economic Area (PDF)

The institutions of the European Union.

  1. The European Council: the political institution of the EU
  2. The European Commission: the executing agency
  3. The European Parliament: the legislative institution
  4. The European Investment Bank: the financial body
  5. The role of the Court of Justice and the Court of Auditors of the EU
  6. The European Economic and Social Committee
  7. The Committee of the Regions
  8. The Decentralised Agencies of the EU

European Commission

Module - The Single Market of the European Union

The European Single Market (PDF)

Course European Single Market

  1. The European Single Market: free movement of goods, persons, services and capital
  2. The Services Directive: removing all barriers to trade in services to complete the Single Market
  3. The European Digital Single Market: promoting the liberalisation of the intra-European digital trade
  4. The Economic and Monetary Union as one of the pillars of the EU Single Market
  5. The European Central Bank as the guarantor of the financial stability
  6. The EU Customs Union: abolition of the EU Customs and a common position with the third countries
  7. Taxation in the EU single market

European Digital Single Market (EU)

Module - Doing Business in the founding countries of the EU (1951)

  1. Germany: The economic engine and the political leader of the EU
  2. Belgium: The political centre of the EU
  3. France: The third EU economy and a natural bridge with the Francophone Africa
  4. Italy: The fourth European economy
  5. Luxembourg: an important financial centre of the EU
  6. The Netherlands: The largest port in the EU (Rotterdam)

 (PDF)

Module - Doing Business in the EU's Countries of the first four enlargements (1973-1995)

  1. Denmark: one of the richest and least corrupt countries
  2. Ireland: The European digital communication centre
  3. The United Kingdom: what will happen with the BREXIT?, the second economy of the EU
  4. Greece: The largest merchant marine in the world
  5. Spain: The EU's fifth economy and a natural bridge with Latin America
  6. Portugal: a natural bridge with the Portuguese-speaking Countries
  7. Austria: The eleventh EU's economy
  8. Finland: a highly industrialised economy based on the welfare state
  9. Sweden: technological innovation and services

BREXIT (UK's departure from the EU)

Module - Doing Business in the EU's Countries of the last enlargements (2004-2013)

  1. The Czech Republic: a highly exporting country. The importance of the automotive sector
  2. Cyprus: The world's fourth maritime fleet
  3. Latvia: high degree of human development
  4. Lithuania: high economic growth and ease of doing business
  5. Hungary: The largest mobile phone manufacturer in the EU
  6. Malta: a strategic place in the Mediterranean
  7. Poland: The largest market in Central Europe
  8. Slovakia: The importance of the automobile manufacturing
  9. Estonia: The most digital European country
  10. Slovenia: an exporter of generic pharmaceuticals
  11. Romania: an exporter of agricultural products
  12. Bulgaria: The importance of the metallurgical sector
  13. Croatia: The last country that has joined the European Union

Module - International Relations of the European Union

International economic relations of the European Union (PDF)

Course Foreign Policy of the EU

  1. Foreign Policy and Trade Relations of the European Union
  2. The EU's diplomatic corps: The European External Action Service
  3. The European Neighbourhood Policy with the Southern Mediterranean and Eastern European Countries
  4. The Eastern Partnership with the countries of Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus
  5. The Euro-Mediterranean Free Trade Area (EUROMED)
  6. The EU's Policy for the South Caucasus
  7. The EU's Policy for the Western Balkans
  8. The enlargement strategy of the European Union
  9. The Black Sea Synergy
  10. The EU Generalised System of Preferences (GSP) for the Developing Countries
  11. Foreign Trade of the European Union
  12. The Summit EU-CELAC

Sistema de Preferencias Generalizadas (SPG)

Free trade agreements (FTA)

EU Trade Agreements (course)

  1. Relations with the EU's strategic partners:
    1. The United States
    2. Canada
    3. China
    4. India
    5. South Korea
  2. The European Union-America:
    1. Mexico
    2. The Andean Countries (FTA with Colombia and Peru)
    3. Central America
    4. Chile
    5. The MERCOSUR
    6. The CARIFORUM
  3. The European Union-Europe:
    1. Russia
    2. Turkey (Customs Union)
    3. The European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
    4. Moldova
    5. Georgia
    6. Ukraine
  4. The European Union-Africa (EU-Africa Strategic Partnership)
    1. South Africa
    2. Egypt
    3. Ivory Coast
    4. Morocco
    5. Tunisia
    6. Algeria
    7. The Agadir Agreement
  5. The European Union-Arab Countries:
    1. Jordan
    2. Lebanon
    3. The Gulf Cooperation Council
  6. The European Union-Asia:
    1. Singapore
    2. The ASEAN
    3. Vietnam
    4. Kazakhstan
    5. Papua New Guinea

EU Eastern Partnership

European Union-Canada Economic Agreement

Module - Export to the European Union. Import from the EU

Export to the European Union (PDF)

Export to the EU (course)

  1. How to Export to the EU or import from the EU
  2. The new Customs Code of the European Union

How to Export to the EU

Module - The European Economic Areas

  1. The European Economic Area (PDF)
  2. The Economic Area of the Orthodox Civilisation (PDF)
  3. The Central Eurasian Economic Area (PDF)

The European Economic Organisations

  1. The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)
  2. The Regional Cooperation Council (CCR)
  3. The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)

Module - Christianity and Business in Europe

  1. Christianity and Business in Europe (PDF)
  2. Christianity in Europe
  3. Catholicism
  4. Protestantism
  5. The Anglican Church

Christianity Ethics and Business

Catholicism Ethics and Business

Protestants Ethics and Business

Christianity in Europe

Orthodoxy (PDF)

Orthodox Ethics and Business

Module - Doing Business in Russia

Business in Russia (PDF)

Doing Business in Russia

  1. Introduction to the Russian Federation
  2. The economy, international trade and foreign direct investment in Russia
  3. The Russian payment system
  4. The ports of Russia
  5. Russian businessmen: Vladimir Potanin, Elena Baturina, Alexander Lebedev

Vladimir Potanin Russian Businessman

International Relations of Russia

  1. The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC)
  2. The Union Belarus-Russia
  3. The Eurasian Economic Union
  4. The Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC)
  5. The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
  6. The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)
  7. EU-Russia Trade Relations
  8. Andean Community-Russia
  9. The ASEAN-Russia Business Forum
  10. Africa-BRICS country (Russia is a member of the BRICS)
  11. The Customs Union between Russia and Vietnam
  12. Russia has free trade agreements with Armenia, Belarus, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Serbia, Moldova, Ukraine and New Zealand
  13. The Russia-Belarus-Kazakhstan agreement

Module - Doing business in the countries of Eastern Europe and Turkey

Business in the Eastern Europe Countries and Turkey (PDF)

Business in Eastern Europe and Turkey

  1. Armenia
  2. Azerbaijan
  3. Belarus
  4. Georgia
  5. Ukraine
  6. The international relations of the countries of Eastern Europe with the European Union

Turkey: the European Union-Turkey Customs Union. A key player in the region.

Economic organizations and trade agreements in the region:

  1. The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
  2. The Organization for Economic Cooperation (ECO)
  3. The Regional Organization for Democracy and Economic Development (GUAM)
  4. The Council of the Baltic Sea States
  5. The Eurasian Economic Union
  6. The Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC)
  7. The Eurasian Economic Community (EurAsEC)
  8. The Cooperation Council of the Turkish-speaking States
  9. The free trade agreements of the countries of Eastern Europe and Turkey

Module - Doing business in the countries of the Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA)

Business in the Countries of the CEFTA (PDF)

Business Countries of the EFTA

  1.  The Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA)
  2. Albania
  3. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  4. Macedonia
  5. Moldova
  6. Montenegro
  7. Serbia
  8. Kosovo
  9. Economic Relations of the CEFTA countries with the European Union
  10. The free trade agreements of the CEFTA countries

EFTA-Macedonia Free Trade Agreement

Module - Doing business in the countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA)

Business in the EFTA States (PDF)

Business in EFTA States

  1. The European Free Trade Association (EFTA)
  2. Iceland
  3. Liechtenstein
  4. Norway
  5. Switzerland
  6. The EFTA's Free trade agreements

Module - No to corruption in business

No to Corruption in International Business (PDF)

No to Corruption in International Business

Business without Corruption

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Tuition fees of the Professional Master's Program in Business in Europe:

  1. M1 (60 ECTS)= 2,358 euros
  2. M2 (120 ECTS)= 3,547 Euros

EENI Scholarships: 20% discount for the African Students and 10% for the students of the African Diaspora. Consult conditions to receive an EENI Scholarship.

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  2. 5% discount for cash payment

Students who pass the exams, exercises and theses will receive the diploma “Professional Master in Business in the European Union” issued by the EENI (School of International Business).

The students who have taken this master can validate and register for this Professional Doctorate in Business in Europe.

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European Union-China Agreement

European Single Market (EU)

European Union-Ukraine Association Agreement

Union Customs Code

ASEAN-European Union Free Trade Agreement

European Customs Union (EU)

European Central Bank (ECB)

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