The programs are highly interactive and combine academic rigour with the necessary practical approach for business and financial behaviour. The different methodologies used during the program are designed so that this theoretical-practical approach is a constant reality in the learning model of all the subjects.
During the course of the program, participants will successively work in the following learning methodologies:
- Lectures and analysis of technical notes
- Analysis and discussion of practical cases
- Sessions with guest speakers
- Teamwork and presentations
- Financial modelling and simulations
- Readings and individual research
- End of program project
- Mentoring and professional guidance sessions
The grading system for the different modules is based on the continued assessment carried out throughout the subject, which takes into account active participation in class, practical tasks, suppositions, etc. The lecturers grade the participant according to the different learning tasks and the final test of each module. Attendance of all subjects is obligatory with the unjustifiable absence of more than 10% of the sessions of a single subject may result in no grade being given for that subject. All participants must successfully pass all subjects as well as the end of program project.
The participants must be familiar with the use of information technologies, particularly in the use of Excel (or any other similar spread sheet software). CUNEF will provide a laptop to any student who requires one (subject to a deposit during the course) to be used for the tasks, studies and analysis set by the lecturers for each subject.