The face-to-face classes are taught at Calle López de Hoyos 9, Floor 1° right, 28006, Madrid, España.

In the heart of Madrid, close to Gregorio Marañón (line 7 and 10), Ruben Darío (line 5) and different bus lines.

Master’s programs are limited to a maximum of 30 students per group. The training courses have a number of between 12 and 15 students per class.

In order to carry out the training courses, with the exception of the Master’s programs, no previous training or experience is required. 

We offer 3 different modalities to carry out our programs ( presential, biweekly attendance or online) in order to adapt to the needs of all our students and thus allow a professional, personal and educational conciliation.

Our schedule allows many students to finish our program without giving up their jobs.

Nuestra oferta de horarios permite a muchos estudiantes terminar nuestro programa sin renunciar a un puesto de trabajo.

For Master’s programs, it is necessary to have a university degree of higher degree from any professional field. Except for the Master in Sustainable Finance, which requires training related to the area of ​​finance, economics, business or the like. No previous experience is required, but if you have it, you can validate your university studies in the area if you have not studied a degree related to finance. 

There are a series of requirements and documentation that must be presented in the admission application process, contained in the Masters section of the website.

No, they are own degrees carried out with the highest quality standards designed to successfully access and stand out in the international labor market.

Yes, the process of notarization and apostille of CMI titles can be carried out whenever it is through our institution. It must be requested within 10 business days and has a cost of €48, plus €14 for shipments throughout Spain or €32 for international shipments.

Yes, CMI offers scholarships of up to 50% of the price of the Master’s degrees to candidates with merits of academic excellence, from emerging countries or with disabilities. Meanwhile, for those with a professional career in CSR / NGOs, volunteers or similar, unemployed or recently graduated, they will receive a 25% subsidy.

For all candidates, CMI offers Financing to make the payments of the Masters in 9 monthly installments. If the payment is made in a single initial installment, the student may benefit from a discount for a single payment.

A continuous evaluation of the student is carried out, through case studies, exams, individual and team work.

Our programs are taught in Spanish (except for our new CSR and Sustainability Expert Title which is also taught in English). However, it is not necessary to provide an official certificate, as long as the interested party demonstrates a sufficient level to be able to carry out a complete follow-up of the classes. 

It is recommended to have a level corresponding to B2 (according to the Common European Framework of Reference).

The Professional Practices in Company may be carried out as a Master’s End Project or in addition to it. These will be remunerated and all students will have the option of continuing the internship period extracurricularly, that is, without charge to credits, for a period of 6 months. At the bottom of our home page you can see which organizations we collaborate with. 

The weekly hours allocated to the program depend on the modality chosen and the level of dedication of each student. In the face-to-face-weekly mode, the student has eight hours of classes per week, in the face-to-face-biweekly mode it is 10 hours every two weeks and in the online mode there are approximately six hours of class every 15 days, this without counting the hours that he dedicates. each one to study and carry out the work. 

The class schedule is designed so that the student can attend the sessions without their professional work being harmed, or that those who are not working can apply for internships and jobs without incompatibilities with the Master’s schedule.