The School of Business and Economics offers undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Students coming from abroad can gain further insight in international business, world legal systems, and financial markets; focusing on Latin America, its economy, history and culture.
The UM department of Economics ranked top 10 in Latin America, according to Tilburg University Worldwide Economics Schools Research Ranking.
The School of Business Administration & Economics offers the following undergraduate degrees: Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, and International Business.
International Students can join Uruguayan students in courses taught both in English and in Spanish. The courses in English are offered as part of the International Business Degree and the London Study Program.
The Social Service Seminar is a 10-week course designed to offer students a structured, credit-based opportunity to engage with the community through service-learning projects. This gives students the chance to understand the local NGOs and related organizations, expose them to Montevideo's diversity, and utilize everyday Spanish in a non-academic setting. It comprises contact hours and community service work.
For further information on courses please fill out the International Student Contact Form.
The School of Business Administration & Economics offers the following Masters´ Degree Programs taught in Spanish:
(*) Some courses in this program are taught in English.
For further information on the courses please fill out the International Student Contact Form.