ANNEX I. List of Competences and Learning Outcomes


  • Manage and administrate a company interpreting and/or understanding the information of its competitive location and identifying its strengths and weaknesses.
  • Integrate into any functional area of a company organization and perform with ease any management work entrusted.
  • Planning and of controlling the global management or of the diverse functional areas of the company.

  • Assess the situation and foreseeable evolution of a company and issue reports on specific situations of companies.
  • Know the new control instruments, software ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)
  • Understand the fundamental elements of the national and international economic environment in which the company develops its.
  • To develop relevant economic and financial information for decision-making.

  • Understanding of current economic issues and economic principles and methods, including real-world applications and elements of macroeconomics.
  • Study the core elements of management knowledge and skill, including accounting, organizational behavior, economic theory, finance, and strategy.
  • Gain an understanding of core elements of organizational finance decisions, including accounting and financial statement analysis, principles of finance, investments, corporate finance, and business evaluations.
  • Build advanced knowledge of economic theory, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, international markets, and risk management
  • Develop quantitative and problem-solving skills in resolving complex financial decisions through a local, regional, and global lens
  • Develop an advanced understanding of leadership, corporate responsibility, digital media, and business communications, including mediation and negotiation.
  • Gain insight into the latest management theories and practices through case studies, instructor lectures, group projects, and active learning experiences.
  • Deepened knowledge in focused topic areas, such as economics of financial markets, economic strategy and competitiveness, and economics of emerging markets
  • Knowledge of economic perspective on the nature, scale, and organization of businesses and the role of information and transaction costs in internal and external markets.
  • Manage budgets
  • Oversee day-to-day operations in business
  • Learn how to integrate economic principles and business concepts and you build understanding of the role of local, national, and global economies and their influence on business, commerce, trade, and government.
  • Advance a career in business, finance, a multinational corporation, trade, or international development.
  • Gain a solid grounding in management theory and practice through foundational subjects, including economics, accounting, finance, strategy, organizational behavior, and management.
  • Design, implement and follow up business plans.
  • Design strategic business plans.
  • Make market analyst and research;
  • Create marketing plans and innovation systems.
  • Create Advertising .
  • Promote External and Internal Relations.
  • Develop Direct Marketing  plans.
  • Management, Merchandising and Promotions;
  • Develop product, Service and Brands;
  • Management product, Service and Brands;
  • Manage sales team;
  • Manage CRM.
  • Analyze and evaluate the concepts and characteristics of marketing in different contexts (domestic and international contexts).
  • Critique and challenge the definitions, nature and operations of marketing.
  • Demonstrate an awareness of marketing proposes in different societies.
  • Evaluate the intercultural dimensions in marketing.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of technology and media and how these influence and change the marketing rules.
  • Critique the stakeholder relationships involved in different contexts.
  • Evaluate the products, services and marketing policies.
  • Understand the cultural significance in the marketing
  • Analyze relations between consumers in different environments.
  • Understand the issues and principles of sustainability and social responsibility in the marketing
  • Carry research and assess paradigms, theories, principles, concepts and data, and apply such skills creatively in explaining and solving familiar and unfamiliar problems, challenging previously held assumptions or answering research questions.
  • Describe, synthesize, interpret, analyze and evaluate information and data related to tourism related topics.
  • Creatively plan, design, lead, manage and execute practical activities using appropriate techniques and procedures while demonstrating high levels of relevant skills .
  • Complete a sustained piece of independent intellectual work (such as a long project or dissertation) which plans, designs, critically assesses and evaluates evidence in the context of appropriate research methodologies and data sources.
  • Demonstrate literacy and communication skills in a range of contexts including verbal, auditory, performance, digital and multi-media forms related to tourism related topics.
  • Demonstrate the numeracy skills required to manage budgets and analyse quantitative data, including that of big data.
  • Work effectively independently and with others, as both a team member and a leader, recognizing and respecting the values of equality and diversity.
  • Take and demonstrate proactive responsibility for their own learning and continuing personal and professional development through self-appraisal and reflecting on practice in academic and professional contexts.
  • Practical/topical (job-related).
  • Practical/topical (not directly job-related)
  • Analyze and evaluate the concepts and characteristics of tourism as an area of academic and applied study in relation to business, management and wider social science.
  • Explain and challenge theories and concepts which are used to understand tourism in domestic and international contexts.
  • Critique and challenge the definitions, nature and operations of tourism.
  • Use a range of source material in investigating tourism.
  • Critique and challenge the nature and characteristics of tourists and associated behavior characteristics.
  • Demonstrate an awareness of the dynamic nature of tourism in contemporary societies.
  • Explain, assess and challenge theories of sustainability and ethics in the production and consumption of tourism.
  • Evaluate the intercultural dimensions of tourism.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of technology and media and how these influence and change tourism products, operations, processes and behaviours.
  • Critique the stakeholder relationships involved in destination management, development, policy, governance and strategy.
  • Demonstrate an awareness of security, safety, risk and crisis management on regional, national and international scales.
  • Evaluate the products, structure, operations and interactions within the tourism industry.
  • Professionalising the tourism industry as both processes and structures, and professional identity and business acumen in professional development.
  • Explain the patterns and characteristics of tourism demand and the influences on such demand.
  • Understand the ways in which tourists behave at destinations
  • Understand the cultural significance of tourism for tourists and societies.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the structure, operation and organisation of the public, private and not-for-profit sectors and their activities.
  • Evaluate the factors that influence the development of organisations operating in tourism.
  • Analyse relations between consumers of tourism and the providers of tourism services.
  • Analyse the role of Government and policy makers in the development and management of destinations.
  • Evaluate the contribution and impacts of tourism in social, economic, environmental, political, cultural and other terms
  • Understand and evaluate, the approaches to managing the development of tourism through concepts of policy and planning
  • Appreciate the ethical issues associated with the operation and development of tourism
  • Understand the issues and principles of sustainability and social responsibility in the context of tourism




In relation to listening skills:

  • Can understand extended natural speech of spoken discourse, even when it is not clearly structured, on topics related to EM&T
  • Can understand broadcasted or natural spoken discourse, conferences, on topics related to EM&T.

In relation to reading skills:

  • Can understand specialised written text related to the field of EM&T
  • Can understand articles on EM&T.

In relation to spoken interaction:

  • Can express on spontaneous conversations with people related to the context of EM&T respecting politeness rules and managing features of conversations.
  • Can understand and express shades of meaning in conversations.
  • Can use language flexibly for social and professional purposes.

In relation to speaking:

  • Can produce a coherent and cohesive formal speech on EM&T appropriate to the context
  • Can give a fluent spoken presentation on themes related to EM&T

In relation to writing:

  • Can express in clear, well-structured texts related to EM&T, such as formal letters or emails, brochures, financial summaries, business projects, economical reports, etc.
  • Can fill in specific forms related to EM&T

Soft Skills

Personal skills:

  • Interpersonal abilities: relate well to others; build working relationships.
  • Self-motivation: commit to personal or organisational goals and improve certain personal standards.
  • Initiative: act on opportunities.
  • Problem solving skills/creativity: make logical and informed decisions to the best abilities.
  • Critical thinking: assess the evidence and identify spurious or illogical reasoning; create strong arguments based on the evidences.
  • Flexibility: adapt to change, take on projects outside of their scope and shift their schedule if necessary.
  • Leadership and management: motivate and inspire, providing a solid foundation for teamwork.
  • Teamwork: work well with others while pursuing a common goal.

Digital Competence:

  • Information processing: use a variety of search engines to find information, which is compared and classify so as to use it efficiently.
  • Content creation: produce digital content in different formats (e.g. text, tables, images, audio files, using templates and basic formatting (e.g. insert footnotes, charts, tables) to the content; reference information and media so as to follow copyright conventions.
  • Digital communication: manage different communication and collaboration tools; online services; knows the netiquette and is respectful in online communication
  • Problem solving: solve frequent problems in digital technologies; regularly update digital skills.
  • Safety: security programmes and update them regularly; different passwords to access equipment, devices and digital services and I modify them on a periodic basis; identify fake websites or e-mail messages; be aware of the risk of sharing personal information in the Internet.