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Most institutions have their own internal processes and deadlines to nominate students for exchange. Make sure to check with your home university (International Office) to see how they work with ESPM. Students who will be applying directly, as visiting students as well as exchange studentds (after being nominated) should follow these steps to apply:
Please note that all applications require supplementary documents to be submitted with the completed form by the application deadline. See below the list of documents that must be sent along with the application:
These documents in a readble way must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: “Documents for Spring semester Application” or “Documents for Fall semester application” by the imposed deadlines.
November 7th, 2021 – for Spring Semester (February to June).
April 29th, 2022 – for Fall Semester (August to December).
Late applications will not be accepted.
We will notify if you have been accepted and provide additional information on student visa, course registration and accommodation.
We offer a small number of courses taught in English each semester on each campus in the fields of business management and international relations. Please contact us to find out what has been offered in the past or to find out when the new courses will be announced. To take advantage of the courses instructed in English or Spanish languague a B2 level of each language is required.
Knowledge of Portuguese at the B2 level is required for students who wish to take advantage of ESPM’s full selection of courses in portuguese.
Start of the Classes
See on the side the dates for classes on each ESPM campus for the next semester. Be aware that those are predicted dates and changes may occur without previous notice:
Courses Instructed in Foreign Languages
LIST OF COURSES FOR EACH CAMPUS (2022/1)
WORKLOAD (CONTACT CLASS)
|BRAZILIAN CREDITS||LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION|
|BUSINESS||SÃO PAULO||PEOPLE MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE||72||4||ENGLISH|
|BUSINESS||SÃO PAULO||MARKETING PLANNING||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||CORPORATE DIPLOMACY||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||REGIONAL STUDIES II – EUROPE||36||2||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||FINANCE PLANNING AND ANALYSIS||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||DERECHO COMERCIAL INTERNACIONAL||72||4||ESPAÑOL|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||ORGANIZATIONS AND INTERNATIONAL REGIMES||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||INTERNATIONAL MARKETING PLANNING (PMI)||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||CORPORATE FINANCE: VALUE SUSTAINABILITY & MODELING||36||2||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL POLICY||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||RISK ANALYSIS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS||36||2||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||CORPORATE PLANNING AND EXECUTION||36||2||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||INVESTOR RELATION: A PRAGMATIC APPROACH||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||SCENARIOS||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||CONTEMPORARY STRATEGIC ISSUES||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||SÃO PAULO||NEGOCIACIONES INTERNACIONALES||36||2||ESPAÑOL|
|ELECTIVE||SÃO PAULO||LENGUA ESPAÑOLA(III E IV)||36||2||ESPAÑOL|
|ELECTIVE||SÃO PAULO||PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE AND BRAZILIAN CULTURE – I||72||4||PORTUGUESE/ENGLISH|
|BUSINESS||RIO DE JANEIRO||MARKETING FUNDAMENTALS||72||4||ENGLISH|
|VISUAL DESIGN||RIO DE JANEIRO||STRATEGIC MARKETING||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||PORTO ALEGRE||INTERNATIONAL FINANCES||36||2||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||PORTO ALEGRE||INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY||72||4||ENGLISH|
|INT. RELATIONS||PORTO ALEGRE||DIPLOMACY AND INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION||72||4||ENGLISH|
Type of instruction
Language of Instruction
Administration and business
International trade and international business
Ethics and Responsibility
The course presents an overview and systemic view of existing and relevant International Organizations and Regimes for the business world, thus allowing students to understand and analyze the dynamics of the international order and its impact on company life. At the end of the course, the student should be able to: Know the history and structure of the main international organizations; Understand the conceptual and theoretical debate regarding international regimes; Understand the principles and rules of liberalization and practices of the international trade regime and their influence on business performance; Analyze the limits of State action before international organizations and regimes, as well as the responsibility of domestic agents in promoting international rules.
Teaching and Learning Pedagogical Resources
- Expository-dialoged class and directed study;
- Case study, solving exercises and problem situations;
- Learning through research;
- Simulation and debates.
Concept and characteristics of international organizations. Global Governance. International Regimes. Differentiation, definition and theories. Multilateralism, Trade and the International Financial System in the international business scenario. Specific international regimes related to global thematic and impact on international business.
Grading System and Enrolment
Grades and Attendance: to be approved students must have a minimum frequency of 75% (seventy five percent) of classes and activities and grade equal or greater than 7.0 (seven) over 10 on the final average.
Prerequisites: some courses may have prerequisites. Make sure you meet all the prerequisites when requested.
Syllabus: will be available for the students upon admission or previous request.
First come first served: the academic office will allocate the students according to the order of request. There is no guarantee of the availability of any course. Students may not exchange or cancel courses after the second week of classes.
Courses Instructed in Portuguese Language
Choose the campus of interest, then, click on the name of the course and finally click on Matriz Curricular to see all the disciplines of the program.
For additional information, feel free to contact our team in charge of incoming students:
+55 (11) 5085 6654
Monday to Friday, from 9am to 7pm.