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Study 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)
Economy and International Business Degree Courses

1st semester

  • Fundamentals of Economics ( e )
  • International Business (taught in English and Spanish)
  • Analysis of the company ( s )
  • Mathematics and linear algebra ( s )
  • Statistics I ( s )
  • Microeconomics II ( s )
  • Introduction to accounting ( s )
  • International management of the company ( e )
  • Statistics II ( s )
  • Econometrics ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Microeconomics I ( s )
  • Macroeconomics I ( s )
  • International areas and markets ( e )
  • Economic history and economic thought ( s )
  • Macroeconomics II ( s )
  • Economy and internationalization processes ( e )
  • Tax systems ( s )
  • Introduction to international economic law ( s )
International relations Degree Courses

1st semester

  • Contemporary world (Taught in English and Spanish)
  • Political science: Power and decision structures (Taught in English and Spanish)
  • Structure and dynamics of the International Society ( s )
  • History of Political Thought (Taught in English and Spanish)
  • International Law in a Globalized World (Taught in English and Spanish)
  • International Scenarios and Globalization I ( s )
  • International Organizations (Taught in English and Spanish)
  • Institutional communication ( s )
  • International scenarios and globalization II ( s )
  • Foreign policy of Spain European Community System (Taught in English and Spanish)
  • Information and international communication ( s )
  • Analysis and resolution of international conflicts (Taught in English and Spanish)

2nd Semester

  • Theory of International Relations: Paradigms and methodology (taught in English and Spanish)
  • Spanish economy and the U.E. ( s )
  • International human rights regime (taught in English and Spanish)
  • Development and International Cooperation ( s )
  • Security and defense policies (taught in English and Spanish)
  • International economic organization (taught in English and Spanish)
  • History of international relations ( s )
  • Diplomatic and consular law ( s )
Tourism

1st semester

  • Structure of tourism markets Sociology ( s )
  • Geographical analysis of tourist resources ( s )
  • Evaluation of tourist impacts ( s )
  • Tourism marketing ( s )
  • Operations and processes in the hotel sector ( s )
  • Hotel management ( s )
  • TUR121 Tourist legislation ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Planning of tourist destinations ( s )
  • Tourism of congresses and events ( s )
  • New technologies in the tourist field ( s )
  • Creation of tourist products ( s )
  • Cultural heritage ( s )
  • Hotel project evaluation ( s )
Business Administration and Management / Business Creation and Administration

1st semester

  • Fundamentals of Ecnomics ( s )
  • International Business (Taught in English and Spanish)
  • Analysis of the company ( s )
  • Technology applied to the company ( s )
  • Mathematics for the company ( s )
  • Direction of people and equipment ( s )
  • Economic and financial diagnosis of the company ( s )
  • Strategic direction ( s )
  • Integrated commercial management off and online ( s )
  • Advanced data analysis ( s )
  • Financial management ( s )
  • Trends in the global economy (Taught in English and Spanish)
  • Advanced financial accounting (Prerequisite: financial accounting) ( s )
  • Financial Mathematics ( s )
  • Applied Statistics ( s )
  • Analytical and management accounting ( s )
  • Entrepreneurship and innovation processes I ( s )
  • Competency Development Seminar III (Taught in English and Spanish)

2nd Semester

  • Behavior of the company and the consumer ( s )
  • Law applied to the company I ( s )
  • Marketing fundamentals for the company ( s )
  • Business management and organization ( s )
  • Analysis of the economic environment ( s )
  • Markets and financial instruments ( s )
  • Production and service management ( s )
  • Taxation of the company ( s )
  • Entrepreneurship and generation of ideas ( s )
  • Spanish economy and the U.E (taught in English and Spanish)
  • Market research ( s )
  • Taxation of the company ( s )
  • Financial Management ( s )
Law

1st semester

  • History of Spanish law ( s )
  • Natural Law and Human Rights ( s )
  • Commercial Law I ( s )
  • International law in the globalized world (Taught in English and Spanish)
  • Real rights: Its regulation and its publicity ( s )
  • Competition law ( s )
  • Family law and inheritance law ( s )
  • Labor law and social security ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Criminal Law I ( s )
  • Fundamentals of Anglo-Saxon Law (taught in English and Spanish)
  • Constitutional Law I ( s )
  • Civil Law I: Fundamentals of Civil Law ( s )
  • Diplomatic and Consular Law ( s )
Psychology

1st semester

  • History of Psychology ( s )
  • Introduction to Statistics in Psychology ( s )
  • Biological Bases of Behavior ( s )
  • Learning Social psychology ( s )
  • Analysis of Data in Psychology ( s )
  • Psychology of the Groups ( s )
  • Psychology of Development II ( s )
  • Neuropsychology ( s )
  • Psychology of the Company and Organizations ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Personality and Individual Differences ( s )
  • Development Psychology I ( s )
  • Attention, Perception and Memory ( s )
  • Motivation and Emotion ( s )
  • Psychometry ( s )
  • Research Designs in Psychology ( s )
  • Psychopathology I ( s )
  • Physiological Psychology ( s )
  • Psychological Assessment and Diagnosis I ( s )
  • Ethology ( s )
 
Integrated Programme:
Communication Sciences
(PICC)
Journalism

1st semester

  • Communication industries ( s )
  • Ethics and deontology of communication ( s )
  • Theory of communication (BI) ( s )
  • Sociology ( s )
  • Contemporary world ( s )
  • The Company and its Surroundings ( s )
  • Institutional comunication ( s )
  • Audience investigation ( s )
  • Development of the Participatory and Supportive Spirit ( s )
  • Competency Development Seminar I and II ( s )
  • Specialized journalism I ( s )
  • Management of virtual communities ( s )
  • Research methods in communication ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Right of information ( s )
  • New technologies and the information society ( s )
  • Competency Development Seminar I and II ( s )
  • Journalistic design ( s )
  • Specialized journalism II ( s )
  • Communication address ( s )
Advertising and Public Relations

1st semester

  • Structures of advertising ( s )
  • Theory of communication (BI) ( s )
  • History of advertising and PR ( s )
  • Literature and creation ( e )
  • Investigation of audiences ( s )
  • Advertising creativity ( s )
  • Account management ( s )
  • Event design workshop Digital communication ( s )
  • Art direction ( s )
  • Research methods in communication ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Principles of the RRPP ( s )
  • History of comunications middles ( s )
  • New technologies ( s )
  • PR techniques ( s )
  • BTL actions ( s )
  • Social, local and Mobile Mark
  • limited places, computer classroom ( s )
Audiovisual Communications

1st semester

  • Audiovisual Narrative Literature and creation ( e )
  • History of Cinema ( s )
  • Audiovisual Production Production on TV ( s )
  • Advertising Creativity ( s )

2nd Semester

  • History of the Media ( s )
  • Information Law ( s )
  • Contemporary art ( s )
  • Artistic direction and scenery ( s )
  • Direction of actors ( s )
  • Film Analysis Workshop ( s )
Corporate Communication, Protocol and Organization of Events Degree Courses

1st semester

  • Organization of communication ( s )
  • History of ceremonial and protocol ( s )
  • Business and social protocol ( s )
  • Communication cabinets and media relations ( s )
  • Design and event organization workshop I ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Corporate communication ( s )
  • Institutional protocol ( s )
  • New technologies ( s )
  • Marketing and publicity ( s )
  • Business and economic management ( s )
  • Business and social protocol ( s )
  • International protocol ( s )
  • Public opinion ( s )
  • Management of internal communication ( s )
Marketing Degree Courses

1st semester

  • Fundamentals of marketing and communication ( s )
  • Communication structures ( s )
  • Legal framework applied to marketing Strategic brand communication ( s )
  • Product policy and prices ( s )
  • Analysis of costs for decision making Investigation of audiences ( s )
  • Strategic marketing direction Digital communication ( s )
  • Retail Marketing ( s )
  • Electronic commerce ( s )

2nd Semester

  • IT applied to marketing
  • limited places, computer classroom ( s )
  • Finance for marketing ( s )
  • Consumer behavior ( s )
  • Distribution and channels ( s )
  • Brand Management ( s )
  • Online marketing ( s )
  • CRM and customer analytics ( s )
Performing Arts Degree Courses

1st semester

  • Fundamentals of voice I ( s )
  • Communication skills ( s )
  • Body Education I ( s )
  • Basic Interpretation Tools Film History ( s )
  • Fundamentals of the Voice II ( s )
  • Fundamentals of Economics ( s )
  • Communication theory ( s )
  • Company and Environment ( s )
  • Contemporary Theater ( s )
  • Interpretation in front of the Chamber ( s )
  • Techniques, Styles and Interpretation Genres I ( s )
  • Reading and Analysis of Dramatic Texts ( s )
  • Development of the Participatory and Solidarity ( s )
  • Spirit Competence Development Seminar III ( s )
  • Didactics of Performing Arts ( s )

2nd Semester

  • History of the Show ( s )
  • Introduction to the dramatic event ( s )
  • Vocal Technique I ( s )
  • Body Education II ( s )
  • Competence Development Seminar I and II ( s )
  • Introduction to the History of Art Scenography and Art Direction ( s )
  • Classical Theater ( s )
  • Techniques, Styles and Interpretation Genres II ( s )
  • Scenic Speech ( s )
  • Movement: Acrobatics and scenic fight ( s )
  • Direction of Actors ( s )
 
Integrated Programme:
Polytechnic School
(PIEPS)
Fine arts Degree Courses

1st semester

  • History of art ( e / i )
  • Techniques and materials of drawing (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Communication skills: writing and speaking ( s )
  • Techniques and digital materials I ( s )
  • Technical drawing (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Development of the participative and solidary spirit ( s )
  • Painting and drawing project workshop (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Printing and printing techniques (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Photography (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Computer Aided Design I ( s )
  • Computer basics ( s )
  • 3D infographics ( s )
  • Applied audiovisual technology ( s )
  • Contemporary Creation Projects Workshop I (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Digital animation techniques and 3D representation ( s )
  • Competency development seminar II ( s )
  • Projects and innovation (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • The artistic production and the cultural industry ( s )
  • Digital animation workshop ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Techniques and materials of painting (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Art Vanguards (taught in English and Spanish)
  • Sculpture Techniques and Materials (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Techniques and digital materials II ( s )
  • Audiovisual Technology ( s )
  • Design methodology ( s )
  • Aesthetics I ( s )
  • Web programming ( s )
  • Computer Aided Design II ( s )
  • Competence Development Seminar I ( s )
  • Photography and digital art ( s )
  • Creativity and Projects (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Graphic design and communication ( s )
  • Competency development seminar III ( s )
  • Workshop of Contemporary Creation Projects II (BERZOSA) ( s )
  • Urban spaces of the III millennium ( s )
  • Packaging and environment ( s )
  • Aesthetics II ( s )
Fundamentals of Architecture Degree Courses

1st semester

  • Architectural Expression I ( s )
  • Digital Ideation I ( s )
  • Sociology and urban geography ( s )
  • Materials and construction techniques I ( s )
  • Architectural Projects I ( s )
  • History of art ( s )
  • Experimental Workshop I ( s )
  • Constructive Systems I ( s )
  • Architectural Projects III ( s )
  • Architectural thinking and criticism I ( s )
  • Project Workshop V ( s )
  • Legal architecture ( s )
  • Project Workshop VII ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Architectural Expression II ( s )
  • Digital Ideation II ( s )
  • Analysis of Forms ( s )
  • Development of professional competences I ( s )
  • History of architecture ( s )
  • Materials and Construction Techniques II ( s )
  • Architectural Projects II ( s )
  • Constructive Systems II ( s )
  • Experimental Workshop II ( s )
  • Architectural Projects IV ( s )
  • Urban and Territorial Studies I ( s )
  • Project Workshop VI ( s )
  • Urbanism I ( s )
  • Competency Development Seminar II ( s )
  • Project workshop VIII ( s )
  • Urbanism II ( s )
  • Development of Competencies III ( s )
Interior Design Degree Courses

1st semester

  • Graphic Expression I ( s )
  • Analysis of Form and Color I Techniques and ( s )
  • Materials of Drawing History of Art ( s )
  • The Company and its Scenic Design Environment ( s )
  • Computer Aided Design I Fundamentals of Computing Construction ( s )
  • 3D infographics ( s )
  • Sustainable Interior Design ( s )
  • Furniture Design ( s )
  • Professional Competencies I
  • Digital Animation of Interior Spaces Ephemeral ( s )
  • Architecture ( s )
  • Illumination ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Graphic Expression II ( s )
  • Analysis of Form and Color I ( s )
  • Three-dimensional workshop( s )
  • Aesthetics and History of Design ( s )
  • Materials and Construction Techniques I ( s )
  • Introduction to Interior Design Projects ( s )
  • History of Architecture ( s )
  • Computer Assisted Design II ( s )
  • Design methodology ( s )
  • Introduction to Interior Design Projects ( s )
  • Photography and Digital Art ( s )
  • Furniture and Interior Spaces ( s )
  • Interior Design Projects Workshop I ( s )
  • Graphic Design and Communication ( s )
  • Fundamentals of Ergonomics ( s )
  • Web programming ( s )
  • Workshop of Interior Design Projects II ( s )
  • Professional Competencies II ( s )
Engineering: Industrial, Automobile and Mechanical Degree Courses

1st semester

  • Leads I ( s )
  • Project Workshop I ( s )
  • Packaging and environment ( s )
  • Industrial processes II ( s )
  • The company and its surroundings ( s )
  • Thermodynamics ( s )
  • Materials engineering ( s )
  • Fluid-mechanical systems and machines ( s )
  • Computing and communications ( s )
  • Environment and sustainability ( s )
  • Graphic engineering in the automobile II ( s )
  • Materials in the automotive environment Vehicle theory ( s )
  • Vehicle systems and components I ( s )
  • Electric vehicles ( s )
  • Quality and management of automotive projects ( s )
  • Electromagnetism and Fields and Waves ( s )
  • Electrical Machines ( s )
  • Industrial Processes II ( s )
  • Calculation, Design and Testing of Machines ( s )

2nd Semester

  • Leads I ( s )
  • Project Workshop I ( s )
  • Packaging and environment ( s )
  • Industrial processes II ( s )
  • The company and its surroundings ( s )
  • Thermodynamics ( s )
  • Materials engineering ( s )
  • Fluid-mechanical systems and machines ( s )
  • Computing and communications ( s )
  • Environment and sustainability ( s )
  • Graphic engineering in the automobile II ( s )
  • Materials in the automotive environment ( s )
  • Vehicle theory ( s )
  • Vehicle systems and components I ( s )
  • Electric vehicles( s )
  • Quality and management of automotive projects ( s )
  • Electromagnetism and Fields and Waves ( s )
  • Electrical Machines ( s )
  • Industrial Processes II ( s )
  • Calculation, Design and Testing of Machines ( s )
 
Integrated Programme:
Arts and Letters
(PIAL)
School Education Degree Courses

1st semester

  • CoursesStrategies for oral and written communication in English I ( e )
  • Modification of Behavior in the classroom ( s )
  • The curriculum in Early Childhood Education ( s )
  • Spanish Language and Communication I ( s )
  • Society, family and school ( s )
  • Strategies for Oral and Written Communication in English Language II
  • Tutorial action and guidance ( s )
  • Observation and analysis of contexts in Early Childhood Education ( e )
  • Early care ( s )
  • Spanish Language and Communication II ( s )
  • Literature for children ( s )
  • Uses and functions of the English language II ( e )

2nd Semester

  • Educational Development Psychology ( s )
  • Organization of the Classroom and the School Center ( s )
  • Attention to linguistic and cultural diversity ( e )
  • Theories and Educational Systems ( s )
  • The special educational needs in the classroom ( s )
  • Health, hygiene and personal autonomy ( s )
  • Resources and basic didactic principles in Early Childhood Education ( e )
  • Tics in Education ( e )
  • Introduction to the religious and Christian fact ( s )
  • Competence Seminar III ( s )
  • Literature & culture of English speaking countries ( e )
  • English Phonics: Reading and writing ( e )
  • Motor deficiency ( s )
  • Education of children with high abilities ( s )
  • Design, development and evaluation of physical education ( s )
  • Motor games and physical education ( s )
  • Hearing difficulties( s )
Primary education Degree Courses

1st semester

  • The curriculum in Primary Education ( s )
  • Society, family and school ( s )
  • Modification of Behavior in the classroom ( s )
  • Strategies for oral and written communication in English I ( e )
  • Spanish Language and Communication I ( s )
  • Methodology, Innovation and Educational Research English or Spanish ( e )
  • Tutorial action and guidance ( s )
  • Strategies for oral and written communication in English II ( e )
  • Spanish Language and Communication II ( s )
  • Mathematics ( s )
  • Uses and functions of the English language II ( e )
  • Didactics of the Experimental Sciences English or Spanish ( e )

2nd Semester

  • Theories and Educational Systems ( s )
  • Organization of the Classroom and the School Center ( s )
  • Educational Development Psychology ( s )
  • Attention to Linguistic and Cultural Diversity English or Spanish ( e )
  • Special educational needs in the classroom ( s )
  • Principles of Experimental Sciences English or Spanish ( e )
  • Tics in English or Spanish Education ( e )
  • Mathematics Teaching ( s )
Modern Languages

1st semester

  • Uses and functions I, Language A ( e )
  • Strategies for oral and written communication I, Language A ( e )
  • Language B I: German / LMF105 Language B I: French
  • Language and communication I (Language A: English) ( e )
  • Development of the participative and solidary spirit ( s )
  • Contemporary world ( e )
  • Language B III: German / LMF108 Language B III: French
  • Advanced Grammar, Language A ( e )
  • Language C I: German / LMF112 Language C I: French / LMC112 Language C I: Chinese
  • Introduction to translation ( e )
  • Literature and cinema ( e )
  • Introduction to linguistic studies ( e )
  • Language and literature, Language A ( e )
  • Language C III: German / LF116
  • Language C III: French / LMC116
  • Lengua C III: Chinese International Business ( e )
  • Didactics of second languages ( e )
  • Competency Development Seminar III ( e )
  • Strategies for oral and written communication (language B: French)
  • Strategies for oral and written communication (language C: French)
  • Strategies for oral and written communication (language B: German)
  • Strategies for oral and written communication (language C: German)

2nd Semester

  • Uses and functions I, Language A ( e )
  • Strategies for oral and written communication I, Language A ( e )
  • Language B I: German / LMF105 Language B I: French
  • Language and communication I (Language A: English) ( e )
  • Development of the participative and solidary spirit ( s )
  • Uses and Functions II, Language A ( e )
  • Strategies for oral and written communication II, Language A ( e )
  • Language B II: German / LMF106 Language B II: French
  • Competence Development Seminar I ( e )
  • English literature ( e )
  • Intercultural Communication ( e )
  • Language B IV: German / LMF109 Language B IV: French
  • Language for professional purposes ( e )
  • Competency Development Seminar II ( e )
  • Language C II: German (Jutta) / LMF113 Language C II: French
  • Language C II: Chinese
  • The European Union: Culture, History and Institutions ( e )
  • Studies of the language A ( e )
  • Introduction to literary theory ( e )
  • Literary genres, Language A ( e )
  • Modern Art and Architecture ( e )

Leyenda:

( e ) - only taught in English
( s ) - only taught in Spanish
( e / i ) - Spanish or English option
( 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.