ENAE Business School
Collaborating entity: ENAE Business School
Number of credits: 60 ECTs
Language(s) Taught in: English
Aimed at: University students and working professionals with a university degree that qualifies them to study a Master’s Degree in Financial Management.
Aims: To train professionals in the different key areas in the financial management sector.
Module 1: Advanced Financial Management (6 ECTs)
Importance, characteristics and structure of basic financial statements.
Financial analysis and its methods.
Economic value added
Interpretation of financial analysis
Financial diagnosis of the company
Concept of leverage
Module 2: Advanced Management Accounting (6 ECTs)
Integration of industrial cost elements
Full cost models
Variable cost models
Relevant costs in decision making
Special order decisions
Relevant costs in an international environment
Characteristics of balance scorecards
Examples of balance scorecards in international companies
Module 3: Strategic Financial Management (6 ECTs)
Venture Capital and Private Equity
Sustainable Business Planning
Module 4: International Economics (6 ECTs)
International trade under perfect competition
Economies of scale, production, trade and FDI
Balance of payments (autonomous learning competence)
Exchange rates and foreign exchange markets
International institutions in the global economy
Module 5: Financial Ethics (6 ECTs)
Ethics as a professional function
Ethics as corporate social responsibility.
Microfinance activity and its ethical dimension:
An effective corporate culture as a mechanism of integrity in the behaviour of employees.
Module 6: Advanced financing models in entrepreneurial ecosystems (6 ECTs)
Importance of financial management in Startups
Financial notions for entrepreneurs
Introduction to Financial Statements
Classical sources of financing
Alternative sources of financing
Barriers to financing a startup: Stages
Tips and alternatives for financing and bank negotiation
Practical Case: Financing model “Entrepreneur Startup IA
Module 7: Final Master’s Thesis (TFM) (24 ECTs)