URJC Qualification

URJC Qualification

Programs with URJC Qualification 

Universidad Rey Juan Carlos I - EAE Business School
The relationship with this University is through Centre for higher Education "EAE Madrid". This is a centre affiliated to the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (URJC), in accordance with the provisions of Order 3229/2016 of the Education, Youth and Sports Council of the Community of Madrid (Official Gazette of the Community of Madrid, number 140 5th October 2016 pp 117-118). The URJC offers official Bachelor's Degree and Master's qualifications accredited by ANECA and which meet the criteria of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA –Bologna Process).


The Universidad Rey Juan Carlos is the third leading university in the Community of Madrid in terms of the number of students, and it is ranked in 16th position on the newspaper El Mundo’s league table ‘50 Degrees 2015’, which ranks the best rated universities in Spain. URJC is also ranked as the 26th best Spanish university on the ‘Academic Ranking of World Universities 2015’ (Shanghai Ranking).

Find out more about our Master's and Postgraduate degrees

OFFICIAL MASTERS. Teaching given by the Center for Higher Education "EAE  Madrid"



Programs with Formal University Qualification Oficializado RUCT Publication
University Master in Senior Management YES Yes (link)
University Master in Analysis of International Economic Relations YES Yes (link)
University Management in Assessment and Financial Planning YES Yes (link)
University Master in Corporate Communication and Corporate Social Responsibility YES Yes (link)
University Master in Supply Chain Management YES Yes (link)
University Master in International Marketing Management YES Yes (link)
Human Resources Management and Talent Management YES Yes (link)
University Master in Project Management and Management YES Yes (link)
University Master in Economic Analysis of Law and Public Management YES Pending
University Master in Protocol, Communication and Integral Organization of Events YES Yes (link)

INSTITUTIONAL MASTERS. Teaching that does not lead to the obtaining of a title with formal value.