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This course explores European cinema throughout its most representative films, from its inception at the end of the 19th century, till its last changes at the beginning of the 21st century. The course focuses on the historical and social conditions that shaped European cinema, as much as it focuses on those people that were paramount for its evolution.
The objective of this program is to introduce and enable the student to understand the complex issues involved in commercial operations in international markets. Special attention will be paid to the influence of cultural differences. Students will be provided with the relevant material for each unit.
The main goal of this course is to present either the basic traditional techniques associated with international business and the emerging trends in the field. The approach has been developed to let the student progressively understand the complexity of the concepts presented and the consequences of decisions made upon these kinds of problems. In a very first step, the student will be in contact with basic ideas around the core topic, such as globalization, international ethics and differences by countries. Right afterwards, the learner will focus on several concepts needed to underpin a wide knowledge about International Business, likewise trade, investment or public policies. The last two parts of the subject are dedicated to widen these previous basic concepts, used to set up common strategies and essential for understanding the functions inherent to the topic.
This course is designed to familiarize students with the changing foreign policy of Spain within the international world scenario. After a general introduction of the concept of International Relations (IR) and International Studies (IS), the historical and political background of IR in Spain will be looked into and, more specifically, the development of Spain’s foreign policy by means of the bilateral and regional relations established with Europe, Northern Africa, and Latin America.
Spanish Art and Architecture
Art is an individual and a cultural expression and, as such, pieces of art and artists can be seen as reflections of their culture throughout time. Therefore, the study of art movements and artists is one way to learn from a society and its culture. The works of Velázquez, Herrera, Goya and Gaudí are paramount in the history of Spanish, as well as Western, Art. This course will help students to understand artistic values in their sociohistorical context in which it was created. The course is organized in a way that helps students develop their knowledge about art from the very beginning. It starts by offering a short introduction on how to analyze art (painting and architecture). Then it moves on to artistic movements and artists, explained by the lecturer. The students themselves have to choose readings for their classmates to read, write short and full essays and make short presentations on topics chosen by the lecturer.
Number of hours: 45
Minimum number of students: 5
ECTS credits: 4,5 credits
Date: January 7 to March 26
| Price: 614 € |
Place reservation fee (20%): 122,80 €
Enrolment (80%): 491,20 €
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