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Student profile: Professional profile: This program is aimed at training future managers in the current challenges of leading the agrifood company in a global competitive environment.
With this objective, the 360º vision of the value chain, its capacity for innovation and entrepreneurship and its management skills are given a preponderant role. These characteristics will be increasingly important in the "work" of the manager of the agri-food SME.
Access for non-graduates: These studies provide for the possibility of admitting students who are not graduates and who will opt to obtain a university extension degree. It is advisable to consult with the course organizers the requirements and conditions of access established for this type of participants.
Official Degree:Master´s Degree in Agri-Food Business Management
Center responsible:Social Sciences School
Starts: February 2021
Duration: 11 months. From the end of February to December.
(August not teaching)
Friday afternoon from 3pm to 9pm
Saturday morning from 9am to 3pm.
Type of Education: Blended
Total Credits:60 credits.
. Minimum of 12 ECTS credits and maximum of 60 ECTS credits per enrollment and academic period.
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The Master's Degree in Agri-food Business Management (MABM) has been specially designed to provide theoretical and practical training in management techniques and business management, as well as the development of the business plan.
This Nebrija University postgraduate degree allows the student to obtain a global vision, providing specific training, essential for development as a business manager or entrepreneur in the agri-food sector.
The Master's degree prepares its participants in two fundamental areas: development of managerial competences and skills, and specific aspects of agri-food companies and organizations.
The faculty combines academic rigor and the teaching career of professors from the Nebrija campus, as well as managers and consultants, who will share current methodologies and tools with the participants.
In this way, the specific knowledge of the agri-food industry is combined with managerial training, integrating in a single program the knowledge and skills necessary to lead the company with a global business vision.
The sessions bring together theoretical lectures, teamwork and problem solving with visits to companies.
The student must take 60 credits
Various companies and organizations in the sector collaborate actively in the Master's degree. This collaboration is reflected in the participation of different managers, as well as in visits to facilities of interest to the program. In other cases, this collaboration focuses on improving the employability and professional careers of the participants.
The Undersecretary of Agriculture and Fisheries, Food and Environment has closed the 7th edition of the Master's Degree in Agri-food Business Management (MABM), in which he stressed that “initiatives like this contribute to build and maintain a sustainable economic, social and environmental agri-food industry.”.