MBA in Mallorca

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Why study this MBA?


 



 

Do you want to be prepared to lead and manage a company in the best possible way? Get trained with the MBA in Mallorca at ESERP and you will achieve it.

The curriculum of this MBA is divided into several areas in which you will learn all the necessary aspects to be successful in your work. You will study the legal and fiscal business framework in order to carry out your activities correctly, you will learn about marketing, you will learn to research markets, you will be able to develop strategic plans, and you will be able to handle all types of business operations, among many other things. And all this without forgetting the motivation and coaching techniques that will allow you to lead a team with guarantees.

There are management and administrative positions in all companies, so there are many vacancies that you can fill. You will be prepared to lead companies and manage departments within them, whether they are privately or publicly owned. You can also be a researcher or consultant and develop strategies to help increase profits.



Career Development Service


 



¿What are your goals? We help you identify them and accompany you on the path that leads to them. We do this through personalised advice, coaching and mentoring sessions, with the aim of designing your career plan, reorienting it or even starting to build your personal brand. We want you to get to where you want to be.


We connect Eserp talent with the professional world. How do we do it? We have designed a specific digital tool that adapts to the new challenges of the labour market: the Eserp Job Portal employment platform. Through it, you will have access to specially selected job opportunities, which also include international internship experiences.


In addition, we have created a space where you have the opportunity to connect and create opportunities: this is what happens at Eserp Events. Company presentations and workshops that translate into a meeting point where companies and students can get to know each other, ideal for networking.

 

ESERP TALENT

Where our Alumni are working


 

JUMEIRAH PORT SOLLER HOTEL ABC MALLORCA ONESAILS   AUDECA  STEINER LEISURE TRANSOCEAN LTD  GRUPO CURSACH  GRUP ESSENCIAL  IBEROSERVICE  SANOFI AVENTIS (ARGELIA)  ABM REXEL- MAPFRE LA MARK VISION

Methodology


 

Case Study

The Case Study method is a learning tool in which, through real situations, students develop their analysis and decision-making skills, thus consolidating the contents of the module.

Executive Training

Multidisciplinary sessions based on agile methodologies that focus on the integration of motivated and prepared teams. With these activities, skills and competencies oriented to project management are acquired to ensure optimal results.

Skills Stacking

Learning a diverse variety of skills that you can combine into a valued skill set will help you get an edge and stand out and, thrive in professional settings. Through the methodologies applied, skill stacking will keep you engaged and motivated.

Liquid Learning

Educational experience that promotes active learning. This means that traditional sessions taught as face-to-face classes are combined with new dynamics and digital tools, which allows us to optimize learning in a safe environment.

Faculty


 

Our professors of this MBA are composed of entrepreneurs, executives and managers with extensive professional experience, as well as academic experts. Many of the ESERP professors hold executive positions and positions of responsibility in both start-ups and multinational corporations. They bring to the table their experience, perspectives and capabilities that are the result of their extensive experience in the business environment, which they apply to their lectures, thus helping to create an enriching and professional programme.

Degrees and Certificates


 

 

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MBA – Master in Business Administration

Degree issued by ESERP

 

MBA – Master in Business Administration

Master’s Degree issued by the UVIC-UCC

 

International Accreditation

International certification of completion of ESERP studies, issued by the European Communication School (France -Belgium)

 

International Certificate*

Issued by the University of Applied Sciences, Schmalkalden  (Germany)

 

International Certificate*

Issued by the European Communication School (France – Belgium)

 

*Students who study and successfully complete the ESERP’s study plan, attend the international conferences and do a project on said conferences will obtain the International Certificates.

Admissions Process


Documentation

Admissions Tests

Resolution

Registration / Enrolment

Payment Methods


Price: €14,100*

 

First payment

€1,800
The rest will be paid in 12 monthly instalments, financed directly by ESERP, without interest from October to September of €1,025

5% discount for early payment

 

* Fees for issuing diplomas and certificates are not included.
* In the event the student pays for the entire programme at a price that is different from that indicated on the website (due to the application of scholarships or grants), the discount for early payment will be 5% of the final price to be paid.
* The 5% discount for early payment will also be applied to those students who, after paying the enrolment fee, decide to pay for the rest of the programme before it starts. In this case, the discount will applied to the remaining amount that is pending payment.
* Master’s Degree included in the incentive programmes of the Tripartite Foundation.

 

Structure of the Programme

60 ECTS (European Credit Transfer System)

Modules


  • Financial function: company’s economic-financial representation, financial ratios and responsibilities.
  • Financial diagnosis; company assessment and financial profitability breakdown.
  • Management of working capital: cash management, credit management for clients regarding stock and on suppliers and creditors.
  • Financing decisions: capital cost and financing structure.
  • Residual profit and economic value added (EVA).
  • The accounting model: estimate of results and equity.
  • The costs, an executive responsibility: strategic costs management, product cost calculation and break-even.
  • Management control and its key control factors.
  • Control levels and budgetary control.
  • The controller’s duty.

  • Solvency: settling debts or bankruptcy. Analysis and measurement methodologies.
  • Liquidity management: obtaining cash resources through exploitation. Stocks management, NOF (necessary operating funds), that available in banks…
  • Interest rate management: use of money within a certain time. Its fluctuation over time. Tools for economic policy.
  • Portfolio management (insolvency in clients): focus on clients and payment periods and instruments.

TAX DEPARTMENT:

  • Types of companies and corporations
  • Value Added Tax (VAT)
  • Corporation Tax
  • Self-employed
  • Social security
  • Intrastat
  • Impact of taxes on accounting

LEGAL DEPARTMENT/ BANKRUPTCY LAW:

  • Analysis of the performance that the company administrators must apply given a company crisis.
  • Cases where Bankruptcy Law is applied and how it affects companies and individuals.
  • Advantages and disadvantages of voluntarily filing for bankruptcy.
  • Situation that arises once bankruptcy is filed for.
  • Administrators’ duties. Knowing the administrators’ criminal liability. Corporate criminal offences.

 

Skills Stacking


Learning a diverse variety of skills that you can combine into a valued skill set will help you get an edge and stand out and, thrive in professional settings. Through the methodologies applied, skill stacking will keep you engaged and motivated.

 

  • Leadership Roadmap: Skills and mindset for growth.
  • Working smarter.
  • Understanding Financial freedom.

  • Capital Raising.
  • Start up footprint – New venture.
  • Data Analysis.
  • Customer Relationship Management.

  • Ecommerce and Demand.
  • Web Development Starter Kit.
  • Customer Relationship Management.
  • Strategic Marketing.
  • Basics of Advertising Creativity.

 

Modules


  • Nature and progress of organisational thought.
  • The organisation’s structure: basic forms and parts of any organisation.
  • Changes in the modern company; virtual organisation and team structures.
  • Company Development and Company Growth Models in the 21st Century.
  • Internal Development: matrix of internal development and material investments.
  • External Development: acquisitions, strategic alliances, licences, franchises, joint ventures and mergers.

  • Introduction to the concepts of executive skills.
  • Talent management through motivation.
  • Implementation of coaching, emotional and social intelligence in new organisations.
  • Leadership styles and leadership principles.
  • Strategy in general management within team management.

  • Conflict Management. Employment conflict and resolution.
  • Collective bargaining. Negotiation techniques. Techniques for meetings.
  • Relationships with unions
  • Rules on achieving work-life balance.
  • Basic features of the contracts most frequently used in commercial trade.
  • Employment Regulation Records.
  • Contract termination.
  • Basics of company ethics in negotiations.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in organisations: taking care of the environment and society. Applicable policies.
  • Social Action as an element that helps CSR and NGOs.
  • Supervisory transparency in the National Stock Market Commission.
  • Risk to reputation.

  • Relationship Marketing: concepts, levels and practical tools.
  • Different marketing types and strategies: Guarantee frequency, personalised, social, backwards, etc.
  • Customer Relationship Management (CRM).
  • The brand: what it consists of, brand concept and brand image evolution.
  • How a brand is measured: marketing value, economic value and legal value.
  • Brand globalisation.
  • Concept of Digital Marketing.
  • The figure of the Social Media Manager.
  • Keys to optimising the company’s website.
  • Promotion through the Internet.
  • Social networks.

  • Competitive mechanisms of international markets.
  • Analysis of international markets. Geopolitical risk.
  • Internationalization process of a company.
  • Internationalization of marketing in the global economy.

  • Products and supply management.
  • Processes: planning, organisation, management and control in production – goods and services.
  • Operational strategy in manufacturing companies: offer segmentation and supply speed.
  • Result: increase in quality added value, productivity, client satisfaction, reduction in costs, sustainability.
  • Lean Manufacturing – Lean Management (optimisation).
  • Supply Chain.
  • Concepts and definitions linked to production.

 

PMO – Project Management Office


The Project Management Office (PMO), from minute zero of the program, provides training, assistance and tools for the achievement of complex strategic, tactical or operational projects. This methodology, based on business standards, has been customized by professionals and experienced project mentors for the Master and MBA programs.

The Project Management Office (PMO) is the department that defines, maintains and improves the process standards related to project management. This personalized methodology and mentoring by professional experts provides:

  • Effective teamwork focused on specific objectives and milestones.
  • Strategic capacity.
  • Resource optimization.
  • Analysis, management methods and implementation.

 

Modules


  • The quality assurance system. ISO 9000 certification.
  • Complete quality: client satisfaction and loyalty.
  • Quality tools.
  • Audit of the quality management system.
  • Measurement, analysis and improvement.
  • Company strategy and innovation strategy.
  • Characteristics of an innovation project.
  • Development of the phases for implementing the innovation management system.
  • Creativity and innovation.

  • Design and implementation of a marketing plan.
  • Main functions of the Marketing Department.
  • Differences between Local Marketing / Strategic Marketing.

  • Company, typology and environment.
  • Marketing department: structure and team.
  • New needs, new globalized marketing.

  • Identification of trends and opportunities.
  • Marketing Information Systems. Data collection and processing.
  • Geolocation systems and customer traceability.
  • Marketing study according to the budget.
  • Market research reports.
  • Consumer behaviour and psychology.
  • Advanced customer management.

  • Corporate and product branding. Brand image. Meanings and differentiation.
  • Types of business conflicts and their sources. Crisis manual.
  • Crisis analysis, action, follow-up and evaluation.

  • Competencies of the sales team. Training, motivation and compensation.
  • Total outsourcing vs. specific process outsourcing. Effectiveness of both methods.
  • Key Accounts or Special Customer. Their management and importance.

  • Setting sales targets according to expected demand, product or service.
  • Sales forecasts, global budget and income statement. Budget keys.
  • Pricing. Price as a consumption regulator. Price discrimination.

  • Trademark protection: term and scope, renewals, optimization and trademark defense.
  • Intellectual Property: legislation, modalities, defense and infringement.
  • New technologies.
  • Transfer of data: legislation, defense of private data, infringements.

  • Team management.
  • Empowerement and motivation. Social climate. Talent management.
  • Leadership styles. Change management. Coaching, emotional and social intelligence.
  • Evaluation and reward team performance.
  • Working in multi-cultural teams.

 

Executive Training


Multidisciplinary activities based on agile methodologies that bet on the integration of motivated and prepared teams. Through these trainings, skills and competences oriented to project management, task entry, prioritization, iterative and incremental development, change adoption, etc. are learned to ensure good results. The ultimate goal is to ensure transparency, inspection, adaptation and commitment in complex projects.

 

(*) Curriculum content, its programming and materials may be modified slightly due to changes in the planning of the Master’s program.

(*) The order of the modules is indicative based on the scheduling of the Master’s Degree.

 

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