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International Bachelor’s degree in Management and Business Administration


Regulations

Regulations governing the educational programme for the International Groups of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics (Agreement 62/2010. Extraordinary Meeting of the Board of Governors 2-12-2010)

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OBJECT

The aim of the present regulations is to construct specific educational programmes for the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Economics, allowing students to take the official Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management course and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics course with at least 50% of the teaching activities in English.

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SCOPE OF APPLICATION

  1. The present regulations apply to the teaching activities which the University offers as part of the specific educational programmes for the International Group of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the International Group of the Undergraduate Degree in Economics.
  2. The International Programmes involve specific educational programmes for the teaching of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics which are designed to allow students registered for the International Groups, in addition to obtaining the relevant official qualification, to accredit their language competence in order to continue their academic and professional lives abroad. To this end, they are taught at least 50% of their course in English and all attempts shall be made to allow them to take part in international mobility programmes in the fifth and sixth semesters of their Undergraduate Degree courses.
  3. The academic system, the delivery of education, student evaluation and, in general, all the academic aspects of the specific educational programmes for the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics are governed by the provisions of the present agreement. The University’s general regulations governing studies are to be considered supplementary to the present agreement for all matters which the latter fails to cover.

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ACCEPTANCE OF THE ACADEMIC SYSTEM

Admission to the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics implies acceptance by students of the specific academic system applicable to them, according to the present provisions.

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ACADEMIC MANAGEMENT AND DIRECTOR

  1. The relevant Academic Committee is in charge of the academic management of the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics.
  2. The position of Director of the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Economics will be held by a Vice-Dean of the Faculty who is a professor belonging to the university teaching bodies

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COMPOSITION OF THE ACADEMIC COMMITTEE

  1. The Academic Committee consists of the following members:
    • The Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business Science, or the Vice-Dean delegated by the Dean, chairing the committee.
    • The Vice-Deans of the Faculty of Economics and Business Science in charge of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics.
    • The Director of the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics.
    • The International Mobility Coordinators for the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics.
  2. One of the Vice-Deans will act as Secretary of the Academic Committee on an alternate basis every eight academic semesters.

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FUNCTIONS OF THE ACADEMIC COMMITTEE

  1. The Academic Committee is responsible, in general, for the academic management of the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics, and, specifically, the following functions:
    • Proposing the limit on new places for the Programmes each academic year to the competent Vice-rector.
    • The academic organisation of the specific educational programmes of the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics.
    • Responsibility for and monitoring of the teaching quality of the Programmes.
    • Proposing the appointment of the Director to the Rector.
    • Agreeing that those students who fail to perform as required according to the provisions of the present agreement should abandon the International Programmes.
    • Other functions entrusted to it by the Rector or competent Vice-rector.
  2. The Academic Committee must meet at least once every quarter. Meetings are convened either by the Chair or at the request of at least two members of the Academic Committee.

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FUNCTIONS OF THE DIRECTOR

The Director is responsible for the following functions:

  • Execution of the agreements reached by the Academic Committee.
  • Representing the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics.
  • Other functions entrusted to him/her by the Academic Committee.

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SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES

  1. The course programme for the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management is identical to the course programme for the official Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management.
  2. The course programme for the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Economics is identical to the course programme for the official Undergraduate Degree in Economics.
  3. The fifth and sixth semesters must be taken in their entirety in English on an international mobility programme at a foreign university, provided there are destinations available in order to meet this requirement. Students may choose their international mobility destination from those offered by the Faculty of Economics and Business Science.
  4. The number of modules which must be taken in English as part of the International Programmes may increase from academic year to academic year as new resources become available.
  5. The decision to increase the teaching groups for the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics will be adopted by Agreement of the Board of Governors at the proposal of the Faculty Board and the competent Vice-rector.

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ENTRY REQUIREMENTS AND CRITERIA

  1. The Academic Committee proposes the number of new places in the International Groups within the relevant quota of each of the Undergraduate Degrees to the competent Vice-rector for approval by the Board of Governors when it approves the number of new places for other official qualifications.
  2. Those students who wish to be admitted should apply for pre-enrolment in either “Undergraduate Degree in Economics (International)” or “Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management (International)” within the same application periods as those established for the first semester of other Public University of Navarre official Undergraduate Degrees.
  3. Students are admitted in accordance with the provisions of the general regulations governing admission procedures for Spanish Universities.
  4. Students who pre-enrol in one of the two options referred to in point 2 are admitted in order of their University entry grades until the maximum number of places established is reached. In all events, the minimum admission grade must be higher than or equal to the highest cut-off grade for the official Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management or the Undergraduate Degree in Economics, as relevant.
  5. (Modified by agreement of the Faculty Board, March 7 2013) The Academic Committee requires that students admitted accredit knowledge of the English language to level B2 or higher by passing a level test set by the Committee.
    Those students who can accredit level B2 or higher according to the Appendix of “Agreement on the regulations governing language competence for Undergraduate Degree courses”, approved by the Board of Governors at the session held on 20 December 2012 (see also Modification of the Appendix), are exempt from taking the test.
    Those students who fail to pass the level test may not take part in the International Programmes and will be admitted to their next pre-enrolment option, provided they meet the necessary entry grade. (Information on the English test 2014).

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REGISTRATION

  1. Those students admitted to the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics should register for the relevant official course through which they applied to take part in the International Programme.
  2. Those students registered should pay the relevant public fees according to the provisions of the Navarrese regulations governing the matter, benefiting, if relevant, from the exemptions provided for in the same or such exemptions applicable by law.

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ACADEMIC REGULATIONS

  1. Students on the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics must only enrol each semester in modules belonging to the relevant specific educational programme.
  2. Students must enrol each semester in all the modules for the semester, together with those enrolled in previously and not passed. This requirement is not applicable to the semester or semesters in which students take part in international mobility programmes in English at foreign universities.
  3. Students should enrol within the same periods and following the same procedure as those established for students taking other official qualification courses.

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EVALUATION

The evaluation or verification of knowledge of students enrolled in modules belonging to the specific educational programmes for the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics will follow the ordinary procedure for students taking official qualification courses within the periods specified in the academic calendar approved by the Board of Governors.

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SPECIAL ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE SYSTEM

  1. Special academic performance is required of students on the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management, and the Undergraduate Degree in Economics, which they must satisfy in order to continue on the programme.
  2. Students must pass each of the basic and core modules in the relevant semester according to the specific educational programme for the course or, at the latest, within the next two semesters, excluding Exchange Programme semesters.
  3. At the end of the second semester, students must have passed at least eight of the ten modules in the relevant specific educational programme.
  4. Students who fail to meet any of these requirements for continuance must abandon the relevant International Programme, but may continue their Undergraduate Degree studies in an ordinary group of the official Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management or Undergraduate Degree in Economics for which they are registered.
  5. In exceptional, unexpected circumstances, duly justified by the student, the Academic Committee may propose that a student not abandon the International Programme to the Vice-rector competent in student matters.
  6. The performance required does not exempt students from complying with the rules of continuance established by the Social Council for Undergraduate Degree courses at the Public University of Navarre.

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ABANDONING AN INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME

If a student wishes to voluntarily abandon the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management or the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Economics in order to continue with the ordinary educational programme for the relevant official Undergraduate Degree, he/she must apply in writing within the relevant period established in the calendar of administrative procedures for official Undergraduate Degree courses.

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SINGLE SUPPLEMENTARY PROVISION

Section 6, Additional Information, of the European Diploma Supplement of students obtaining their degrees on one of the International Programmes of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management or Undergraduate Degree in Economics, governed by the present regulations, will contain the following information, depending on the qualification in question:

  • The student has completed his/her studies on the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration and Management with at least 50% of teaching activities in English.
  • The student has completed his/her studies on the International Programme of the Undergraduate Degree in Economics with at least 50% of teaching activities in English.

(For students entering as of the academic year 2013/2014, by Agreement of the Faculty Board of 7 March 2013) This information will not be included in section 6 of the European Diploma Supplements of those students who, for academic reasons, fail to reach the 50% of teaching activities in English required.

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FINAL PROVISION

The present regulations will enter into force as of the academic year 2010-2011.

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ECTS CREDIT

Modules

ECTS

Basic

60

Core

120

Option

54

Final Year Project

6

Total

240

PROGRAMME

Modules

ECTS

Basic

60

Core

120

Option

54

Final Year Project

6

Total

240

 

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Apoyo y seguimiento

La Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales celebra cada inicio de curso una sesión de acogida para los alumnos de nuevo ingreso. Los alumnos son informados sobre la titulación, la organización y gobierno de la Universidad, la representación estudiantil, la vida académica y los servicios que se ofrecen a los estudiantes. También se ofrece información sobre planes de estudio, trámites administrativos y normativa académica y recursos en la red de la Universidad.

Con objeto de orientar y motivar a los alumnos para su mejor rendimiento académico, la Universidad Pública de Navarra ha puesto en marcha el Plan Tutor. En el contexto de este plan se asigna a cada estudiante un Profesor Tutor que le acompañará durante toda su estancia en la Universidad. El profesor a través de diversas reuniones con sus alumnos tutelados tratará de facilitar la transición e integración del estudiante de nuevo ingreso, así como la orientación para el Trabajo de Fin de Grado, la práctica profesional y la continuación de estudios de postgrado. En función de la tipología de problemas que se presenten el Profesor Tutor derivará al alumno a la persona u órgano correspondiente o a los servicios de apoyo existentes en la universidad (Oficina de Información al Estudiante, Unidad de Acción Social, Unidad de Atención Sanitaria, Defensor de la Comunidad Universitaria, etc.).

Para la consulta más detallada y la atención de dudas específicas el estudiante puede acudir a la Oficina de Información al Estudiante.

Por otra parte, la atención a los estudiantes con necesidades especiales derivadas de discapacidad se gestiona desde la Unidad de Acción Social de la Universidad Pública de Navarra . El Programa de Atención a la Discapacidad que desarrolla la Unidad de Acción Social tiene por finalidad garantizar el acceso e integración en los estudios universitarios en condiciones de igualdad y se articula en torno al plan personalizado de atención.
Desde dicha Unidad se pretende estar presente en tres momentos clave del recorrido académico del estudiante discapacitado, para lo cual se desarrollan diversas acciones:

  • Acciones previas a la incorporación a la universidad, manteniendo relaciones de coordinación con servicios de orientación de la Enseñanza Secundaria y con el Centro de Recursos de Educación Especial de Navarra para planificar los apoyos necesarios con la suficiente antelación.
  • Acciones a desarrollar mientras los estudiantes cursan sus estudios en la universidad: acogida e información al alumnado con necesidades educativas especiales; estudio de la situación y valoración de necesidades mediante entrevistas personales y definición de los apoyos y las intervenciones a realizar.
  • Acciones encaminadas a la inserción laboral a través del trabajo coordinado con los servicios de orientación y fomento del empleo de la Universidad.

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