An International Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is aimed at working professionals who are looking to progress their career. Due to the mass globalisation of business, there is an increase in the demand for managers with international business expertise. An international MBA, also known as an IMBA, will prepare you for the fast-paced, competitive and demanding nature of business. An IMBA will likely be attended by more mature students than an undergraduate degree, as they will be coming to education after gaining several years of work experience.
An IMBA degree will take your existing knowledge of international business and build on it, progressing your skills and abilities. You will be sharing your perspective of key principles and concepts with students from many areas of the business world, and potentially from a variety of countries. This will be the perfect opportunity to network with potential future global business leaders.
Your degree will be delivered in a mixture of modes. These will include lectures and seminars, as well as practical sessions. You may be required to take part in a work placement as part of your degree.
Spain offers a wide range of courses and programmes at all levels of higher education, from undergraduate to Masters, PhD and even post-doctoral. Health-related programmes are a particularly popular choices for those who wish to study abroad in Spain, which is not surprising as Spain is among the EU countries with comparatively fewer restrictions on entry to the medical profession. There are around 85,000 international students choosing to study in Spain each year, so you would be in good company.
Don't meet the entry requirements for these courses? Learn more about pathway programme options.
Sign up to StudyLink.com, the home of quality study abroad advice.Sign up now
Find out more about the range of subjects that you can study at institutions around the world with our subject guides.
Read StudyLink's suggestions on your first steps when deciding where to study abroad, with helpful tips to make your decision easier.
International students finding it difficult to meet conditions of eligibility criteria can choose to enrol in pre-masters courses before applying for a masters degree programme.
Find out more about English language tests, your options and what is required as an overseas student.
Read more about studying abroad, and how it can boost your future career prospects.