Course in Agribusiness in Sevilla in Spain

Compare Course Studies in Agribusiness 2017 in Sevilla in Spain

Agribusiness

Law courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas. Some of these include regulatory theory, commercial law and intellectual property.

If you have a passion for farming but want to continue your formal education, consider a master’s of Agribusiness. This degree allows you to focus on the business of farming with focuses in marketing, international economy, farm management and much more.

Spain, officially the Kingdom of Spain, is a sovereign state and a member state of the European Union. It is located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe. Spanish universities regulate access to their own degrees and they fix the academic fees. They can also offer unofficial postgraduate degrees. The capital city Madrid has possibly the largest number of bars per capita of any European city and a very active nightlife.

Sevilla is located the Province of Seville, which is part of the autonomous community of Andalusia. The city is a metropolitan area with over 1 million residents. It has 3 public universities.

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Senior Management Of Companies In The Food Chain - Adeca

Instituto Internacional San Telmo
Campus Part time 4 months April 2017 Spain Sevilla

ADECA is a Program Improvement and an Advanced Forum of Reflection. It is designed to help senior management better understand this environment and improve their ability to adequately react on it. [+]

Course Studies in Agribusiness in Sevilla in Spain. A forum of strategic reflection for leaders of the Food Chain Senior managers with responsibility for strategic decision making in the food sector are facing a difficult environment to predict. The maturity of markets and globalization generate a hyper-increasing complexity of the situations to be addressed. Moreover, the economic crisis has triggered price sensitivity of consumers and customers, who now make their buying decisions more rational criteria. Although the food sector is less affected by the economic crisis, it is more difficult to defend prices and margins with business models that sustained success in the last decade, raising the need to revitalize and reinvent the value propositions, companies and their structures to remain competitive and profitable. But at the same time, new business opportunities are created worldwide, through strategic alliances and emerging markets. ADECA is a Program Improvement and an Advanced Forum of Reflection. It is designed to help senior management better understand this environment and improve their ability to adequately react on it. It has a strong strategic direction, focusing on the challenges, problems and opportunities facing the Food Chain globally (from agriculture to commercial distribution). As such, ADECA is a unique program in the European Union. The program is divided into four intensive modules. Each module has two full days. Since 2003, the program ADECA is held every year in Seville, Spain. ADECA is a Program strategic reflection, Which aims to help senior managers to adapt their strategies and business... [-]

Upper In Agribusiness Management (sevilla)

EOI Spain’s School of Industrial Organisation
Campus Part time September 2017 Spain Sevilla Madrid Alicante Málaga + 2 more

It is a relatively short program, which are addressed in a very practical way keys agri-business management.All this in the hands of [+]

Course in Agro Business Management (Sevilla)

It is a relatively short program, which are addressed in a very practical way keys agri-business management. All this in the hands of professionals and industry executives.

From the understanding of the essential characteristics of the food industry and its trends, the course is proposed in order to explore opportunities in global markets and develop skills to address challenges such as the size, internationalization, improved operations and constant market orientation .

Participants will gain an important global vision and strategic business knowledge needed to address the most important current challenges agribusiness.... [-]