Basic Competence 1 (BC1):
Students should show they have acquired and understood the knowledge in a field of study underpinned by general secondary education and which is usually at a level which-while drawing on advanced text books-also includes certain aspects that imply being familiar with the cutting edge of this field of study.

Basic Competence 2 (BC2):
Students should be able to apply the knowledge acquired to their work or vocation in a professional manner, and should have the skills normally demonstrated through the ability to develop and defends points of view and to solve problems related to their field of study.

Basic Competence 3 (BC3):
Students should be able to collect and interpret relevant data (usually within their field of study) in order to make judgements that include a reflection on the relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.

Basic Competence 4 (BC4):
Students should be able to transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialised and non-specialised audiences.

Basic Competence 5 (BC5):
Students should have developed the necessary learning skills in order to continue studying with a high level of autonomy.

General Competence 1 (GC1):
Ability to analyse and synthesise.

General Competence 2 (GC2):
Critical and self-critical thinking.

General Competence 3 (GC3):
Skills related to the use of those computer applications used in business management.

General Competence 4 (GC2):
Ability to transmit ideas, information, problems and solutions to the both specialised and lay public.

General Competence 5 (GC5):
Oral and written communication skills.

General Competence 6 (GC6):
Communication skills through the Internet, as well the ability to use multimedia tools for remote communication.

General Competence 7 (GC7):
Ability to read and communicate in English as a foreign language.

General Competence 8 (GC8):
Capacity to fluently communicate within the context including interpersonal skills such as active listening, negotiation, persuasion and presentation.

General Competence 9 (GC9):
Ability to work effectively within a team.

General Competence 10 (GC10):
Issuing advisory reports on specific situations regarding companies and markets.

General Competence 11 (GC11):
Drafting global management projects or projects related to the functional areas within a company.

General Competence 12 (GC12): (CG12):
Developing the learning skills necessary to undertake higher educational programmes with greater autonomy.

General Competence 13 (GC13):
Capacity to learn and work autonomously.

General Competence 14 (GC14):
Capacity to apply the theoretical and practical knowledges acquired within a specialised academic context.

Specific Competence 1 (SC1):
Acquire and understand knowledge regarding the interrelations between the different subsystems conforming the business system.

Specific Competence 2 (SC2):
Acquire and understand knowledge regarding the economic institutions as a result and application of theoretical or formal representations regarding to the functioning of economy.

Specific Competence 3 (SC3):
Acquire and understand knowledge regarding the internal aspects, functions and processes of organisations including their nature, structure, direction, operation and management.

Specific Competence 4 (SC4):
Acquire and understand knowledge regarding the economic framework regulating the business activity, and the corresponding legislation.

Specific Competence 5 (SC5):
Acquire and understand knowledge regarding the relation between the business and its surroundings, evaluating its impact on the business strategy, behaviour, management and sustainability.

Specific Competence 6 (SC6):
Acquire and understand knowledge regarding the different processes, procedures and practices related to business management.

Specific Competence 7 (SC7):
Acquire and understand knowledge regarding the main instrumental techniques applied to the business context.

Specific Competence 8 (SC8):
Apply the knowledge acquired to future professional situations and develop competences related to posing and defending arguments and to problems resolution within the study area.

Specific Competence 9 (SC9):
Identify the generalities of the economic problems posed in companies, and know how to apply the main instruments available in order to address these problems.

Specific Competence 10 (SC10):
Assess the situation and foreseeable evolution of a company based on the relevant information records.

Specific Competence 11 (SC11):
Make strategic decisions using different types of business models.

Specific Competence 12 (SC12):
Solve problems effectively and make decisions using the appropriate quantitative and qualitative methods, including the identification, expression and solution of business problems.

Specific Competence 13 (SC13):
Show mobility and adaptability to different contexts and situations.

Specific Competence 14 (SC14):
Draw up plans and policies in the different functional areas within organisations.

Specific Competence 15 (SC15):
Have the ability to gather and interpret relevant data in order to make judgements that include a reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.

Specific Competence 16 (SC16):
Find, identify and interpret sources of relevant economic information.

Transversal Competence 1 (CC1):
Effective personal management in terms of time, planning and behaviour, motivation and initiative, both as an individual and as a member of the business community.

Transversal Competence 2 (CC2):
Capacity for leadership, including empathy towards the others.

Transversal Competence 3 (CC3):
Responsibility and capacity to take on commitments.

Transversal Competence 4 (CC4):
Ethical commitment in work.

Transversal Competence 5 (CC5):
Motivation for quality and continuous improvement.