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International Programmes at NebrijaSemester Programmes

These programs have been elaborated in a differentiated way, and for a greater benefit of the international students. Therefore, it is possible that the subjects differ with other study plan offered at Nebrija University.

Programme title Areas and courses
Integrated Programme:
Social Sciences
(PICS)
International Relations

1st semester

  • Political Science: Power and Decision Structures ( e )
  • Structure and dynamics of the International Society
  • History of Political Thought ( b )
  • International law in a globalized world ( b )
  • International Scenarios and Globalization I
  • International Organizations ( b )
  • Institutional communication
  • International Scenarios and Globalization II
  • Spanish Foreign Policy
  • European Community system ( b )
  • International information and communication
  • Analysis and resolution of international conflicts ( b )

2nd Semester

  • Introduction to Law
  • International Relations Theory: Paradigms and methodology ( b )
  • Skill Development Seminar I ( e )
  • History of Contemporary International Relations
  • Skill Development Seminar II ( b )
  • Spanish and EU economy
  • International human rights regime ( b )
  • Development and International Cooperation
  • Security and defense policies ( b )
Tourism

1st semester

  • Structure of tourism markets
  • Sociology
  • Geographical analysis of tourism resources
  • Strategic management
  • Evaluation of tourism impacts
  • Tourism Marketing
  • Operations and processes in the hotel sector (IT1))
  • Hotel management (IT1)
  • Tourism legislation

2nd Semester

  • Planning of tourist destinations
  • Evaluation of hotel projects (IT1)
  • Tourism of conferences and events (MICE) (IT1)
  • New technologies in tourism
  • Social psychology
  • Creation of tourism products
  • Cultural heritage
Business Administration

1st semester

  • Fundamentals of economics ( e )
  • Communication theory ( e )
  • International business ( e )
  • Contemporary World ( e )
  • Company analysis
  • Technology applied to business
  • Mathematics for the Company
  • Creation of companies
  • Management of human resources
  • Economic and financial diagnosis of the company
  • Business Project Management
  • Strategic management
  • Offline and online integrated business management
  • Advanced Data Analysis
  • Financial management
  • Global economic trends ( b )
  • Advanced Financial Accounting
  • Financial mathematics
  • Applied statistics
  • Analytical and management accounting
  • Entrepreneurship and innovation processes I
  • Skill Development Seminar III ( b )
  • Development of a participatory and supportive spirit: Ethics of volunteering
  • Development of a participatory and supportive spirit: Human Rights

2nd Semester

  • Applied statistics
  • International economic organization ( b )
  • Company and its Environment ( e )
  • Business and Consumer Behavior
  • Financial Accounting
  • Law applied to the company I
  • Fundamentals of marketing for the company
  • Management and organization of companies
  • Analysis of the economic environment
  • Market research
  • Markets and financial instruments
  • Production and service management
  • Taxation of the Company
  • Entrepreneurship and generation of ideas
  • Fundamentals of marketing ( b )
  • Microeconomics
  • Financial Accounting
  • Macroeconomics
  • Spanish and EU economy
  • Introduction to Law
  • Innovation and Business Creation
Law

1st semester

  • General concepts of administrative law and contracting in the public sector
  • History of Spanish law: Roman and German influence
  • The Spanish Constitution and its Law system
  • Crimes and offenses in the Spanish legal system
  • International law in the globalized world ( b )
  • Real rights: Its regulation and publicity
  • Competition law
  • Family law and inheritance law
  • Labor law and social security
  • Commercial law

2nd Semester

  • Company and its Environment
  • Fundamentals of civil law: Legal norm, person and legal relationship
  • General concepts of criminal law and theory of punishment
  • Law of commercial contracting, banking law and stock exchange law
  • Introduction and general issues of procedural law
  • Introduction to European Community law
  • Diplomatic and consular law
  • Theory of Financial and Tax Law and Personal Income Tax
  • International Private Law
 
Integrated Programme:
Communication Sciences
(PICC)
Journalism

1st semester

  • Communication Industries
  • Creative writing
  • Ethics and Deontology of Communication
  • Communication theory ( e / i )
  • Fundamentals of Economics
  • Journalistic Writing in Audiovisual Media
  • Sociology
  • Contemporary world
  • Institutional communication
  • Writing and Editing in Digital Media
  • Structure and Dynamics of International Society
  • Audience Research
  • Development of participatory and solidarity spirit
  • Specialized journalism I
  • Management of Virtual Communities
  • Report and Documentary Workshop
  • Communication Research Methods
  • Skill Development Seminar III
  • Audiovisual Narrative
  • Audiovisual Technology
  • Literature and Creation ( e / i )
  • La The company and its environment ( e / i )

2nd Semester

  • Fundamentals of Marketing
  • Specialized Journalism II
  • Communication Management
  • Skill Development Seminar II
  • Right to Information ( e / i )
  • New Technologies and Information Society
  • History of the Media
  • Skill Development Seminar I( e / i )
Advertising and Public Relations

1st semester

  • Advertising Creativity
  • Advertising Structures
  • Graphic Design
  • History of Advertising and Public Relations
  • Audience Research
  • Applied statistics
  • Media planning
  • Account management
  • Speaker Training and Institutional Relations
  • Event Design Workshop
  • Digital communication
  • Communication Research Methods
  • Fundamentals of Marketing and Communication
  • Communication Structures
  • Company Analysis
  • Graphic expression: color and form
  • Typography
  • Creative thought (Design thinking)
  • Fundamental of design
  • Pattern designing and dressmaking
  • Fundamentals of Computer Science and Digital Design
  • Artistic drawing
  • History of Suit and Sociology of Fashion

2nd Semester

  • Public Relations Techniques
  • Below the Line (BTL) actions
  • Social, Local and Mobile Marketing
  • Transmedia narrative (Good level of Spanish required)
  • Computer science applied to Marketing
  • Marketing and Communication Finances
  • Consumer behavior
  • History of Visual Design
  • Vector illustration
  • Fashion Design
  • Pattern designing and Dressmaking
  • Vector Design
  • Artistic Drawing
  • Art History
Audiovisual Communications

1st semester

  • History of cinema
  • Script workshop (Script II)
  • Audiovisual Production
  • Principles of Film Direction
  • Non-Fiction Genres Script (Script III)
  • Television production
  • Short Film Workshop
  • Laboratory of Digital and 3D Animation

2nd Semester

  • Contemporary Art
  • Art Direction and Set Design
  • Actor Management
  • Film Analysis Workshop
  • Videogame and App Lab
  • Public Relations Principles
  • Fundamentals of economy
 
Integrated Programme:
Polytechnic School
(PIEPS)
Fine Arts

1st semester

  • Artistic vanguards of the 20th and 21st centuries
  • Digital animation workshop
  • Graphic expression I
  • Stamping and Printing Techniques
  • Photography
  • Applied audiovisual technology *
  • Techniques of digital animation and 3D rendering
  • Skill Development Seminar II
  • Workshop on Contemporary Creation Projects *
  • Drawing techniques and materials
  • Painting and drawing projects workshop *

2nd Semester

  • Graphic Design and Communication
  • Electives: Applied audiovisual technology
  • Photography and Digital Art *
  • Creativity and Projects
  • Artistic production and cultural industry
  • Workshop on Contemporary Creation Projects II*
  • Graphic expression II
  • Artistic Vanguards
  • Audiovisual Technology
  • Design Methodology
  • Esthetics I
  • Web programming
Architecture / Design

1st semester

  • Graphic expression I
  • Analysis of form and color I
  • Mathematics I
  • Architectural Expression I (FB)
  • Digital Ideation I (FB)
  • Geometry (FB)
  • Sociology and urban geography
  • Construction materials and techniques I
  • Architectural projects I
  • Art history
  • Experimental workshop I
  • Projects workshop III
  • Construction I
  • Sustainable architecture I
  • Projects workshop V
  • Legal architecture
  • Projects workshop VII
  • Sustainable architecture II
  • The company and its environment
  • Drawing techniques and materials
  • Computer assisted design I
  • Fundamentals of computer science
  • Scene design
  • Development of participatory and solidarity spirit
  • 3D Infographics
  • Sustainable interior design
  • Furniture design
  • Leadership I
  • Ephemeral architecture
  • Lighting
  • Digital animation in interior spaces
  • Creativity and projects

2nd Semester

  • Graphic expression II
  • Form and color analysis II
  • Mathematics II (FB)
  • Architectural Expression II (FB)
  • Digital ideation II (FB)
  • Form analysis (FB)
  • Structural systems
  • Construction materials and techniques II
  • Architectural projects II
  • Architecture history
  • Projects workshop IV
  • Esthetics II
  • Design methodology
  • Skill Development Seminar I
  • Projects workshop VI
  • City planning I
  • Skill Development Seminar II
  • Projects workshop VIII
  • City planning II
  • Graphics design and communication
  • Skill Development Seminar III
  • Esthetics and design history
  • Three-dimensional workshop
  • Construction materials and techniques I
  • Computer assisted design II
  • Introduction to interior design projects
  • Photography and digital art
  • Furniture and interior spaces
  • Interior design projects workshop I
  • Fundamentals of ergonomics
  • Web programming
  • Interior design projects workshop II
  • Leadership II
  • Engineering
Engineering

1st semester

  • Material resistance
  • Projects
  • Industrial processes I
  • Marketing and legal aspects
  • Fundamentals of Materials Science
  • Management and organization of companies
  • Chemical engineering
  • Graphic engineering in the automobile I
  • Motors
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Regulation
  • Instrumentation and automotive electronics
  • Form and color analysis I
  • Graphic expression I
  • Fundamentals of computer science

2nd Semester

  • Leadership I
  • Projects workshop I
  • Packaging and environment
  • Industrial processes II
  • Leadership III
  • Company and its environment
  • Thermodynamics
  • Materials Engineering
  • Fluid-mechanical systems and machines
  • Computer science and Communications
  • Environment and sustainability
  • Graphic engineering in the automobile II
  • Materials in the automotive environment
  • Automobile theory
  • Automatisms and control methods
  • Vehicle systems and components I
  • Electric vehicles
  • Quality and management of automotive projects
  • Emotional intelligence and communication
  • Teamwork and project management
 
Integrated Programme:
Arts and Letters
(PIAL)
Education

1st semester

  • Society, family and school
  • Behaviour Modification in the classroom
  • Methodology, innovation and educational research ( b )
  • Tutoring and Guidance
  • Literature
  • Learning second languages ( b )
  • Social sciences and their didactics ( b )
  • Attention to other educational skills

2nd Semester

  • Classroom and school organization
  • Psychology of educational development
  • Attention to linguistic and cultural diversity ( b )
  • Special educational needs in the classroom
  • Principles of Experimental Sciences ( b )
  • ICT in Education ( b )
  • Didactics of Mathematics
  • Didactics of musical education ( b )
  • Physical education and its didactics ( b )
  • Didactics of plastic and creative expression ( b )
  • Didactics of experimental sciences ( b )
  • Special educational needs in the classroom
Modern Languages

1st semester

  • Language BI (German or French)
  • Strategies of Oral and Written Communication I, Language A ( b )
  • Uses and Functions I Language A ( b )
  • Spanish language and communication
  • Translation Techniques
  • Contemporary World ( e )
  • Language BIII ( g )
  • Advanced Grammar Language A ( b )
  • Language CI (German, French or Chinese) ( g )
  • Spanish Language and Communication II
  • Didactics of Second Languages ( b )
  • Skill Development Seminar III ( e )
  • History and Institutions English Speaking Countries I ( e )
  • Strategies for Oral and Written Communication (German, French and Chinese)
  • International management ( e )
  • Company and its environment

2nd Semester

  • Language BII (German) ( g )
  • Language BII (French) ( f )
  • Strategies of Oral and Written Communication II Language A ( b )
  • Uses and Functions II Language A ( b )
  • Skill Development Seminar I ( e )
  • English Literature ( e )
  • Intercultural Communication ( b )
  • Language BIV (German) ( g )
  • Language BIV (French) ( f )
  • Language for Professional Purposes ( b )
  • Skill Development Seminar II ( e )
  • Language CII (German) ( g )
  • Language CII (French) ( f )
  • Language CII (Chinese) ( c )
  • Art history ( b )
  • Introduction to law ( e )

Leyenda:

( e ) - In english
( e / i ) - In english and spanish
( g ) - In german
( f ) - In french
( c ) - In chinese
( b ) - Bilingual

Integrated Programmes with Spanish Students (PI)

Each programme consists of regular degree courses taken alongside Spanish students (see programme designations below).

  • Minimum level of Spanish (B2) required. A pre-admission placement test from the Universidad Nebrija is available.
  • If a student wishes to take classes taught in English, the home university should make sure the student has a minimum level of B2 in English.
  • At least one of the courses taken must be taught in Spanish (may be either part of the degree programme or the advanced language course taught for Integrated Programme students).
  • Students will choose courses from only one programme, which will take place entirely on either La Berzosa or Dehesa de la Villa Campus, depending on the area of study.

Hispanic Studies Programme (PEH)

This programme consists of Language, Conversation, Culture and Literature courses offered at all levels, from absolute beginners to heritage speakers. This programme takes place on the Dehesa de la Villa Campus.

No previous Spanish language level requirement.