CG1. Creative and entrepreneurial skills (capacity to conceive, design and manage projects, and to research and integrate new knowledge and approaches).
CG2. Capacity to propose a business project based on an original idea and to assess its feasibility.
CB6. Knowledge forming the basis of original thinking in the development or application of ideas, typically in a research context.
CB7. Capacity to apply the acquired knowledge to problem-solving in new or relatively unknown environments within broader (or multidisciplinary) contexts related to the field of study.
CB8. Capacity to integrate knowledge and tackle the complexity of formulating judgments based on incomplete or limited information, taking due consideration of the social and ethical responsibilities involved in applying knowledge and making judgments.
CB9. Capacity to communicate conclusions, judgments and the grounds on which they have been reached to specialist and non-specialist audiences in a clear and unambiguous manner.
CB10. Skills to enable lifelong self-directed and independent learning.
CE1. Capacity to apply the main concepts and management tools to resolve advanced problems and business situations related to the strategic, financial, commercial, operational and logistics management of international companies.
CE2. Capacity to adopt a strategic, integrated approach to business problems and ability to address them effectively at an international level.
CE3. Capacity to analyse and interpret the economic and financial information generated by an international company in order to make well-considered decisions.
CE4. Capacity to plan and direct the financial and accounting organization of an international company or global group of companies, to ensure solvency and profitability.
CE5. Understanding of and capacity to apply marketing tools to solve problems and generate opportunities and to use theoretical expertise and the appropriate research tools to solve problems encountered in the fields of market research and international marketing.
CE6. Understanding of the heuristics, methodologies and techniques required for decision-making in the field of international business operations.
CE7. Capacity to direct the international logistics of a company or group of companies with a view to achieving optimal supply chain management.
CE8. Capacity to manage people and teams in international organizations, in order to increase motivation and establish a multicultural working environment.
CE9. Capacity to examine the options, potential and opportunities presented by different regions in the global economy and to identify the specific features of the various markets and societies involved, with a view to improving effectiveness and complying with demands on professional responsibility.
CE10. Capacity to acquire an advanced level of competence in the writing of scientific documents, specialized reports and research papers in which value judgements are formulated, complying with standard criteria for publication or for presentation to potential stakeholders or other interested parties at the global level.