Bienvenidos a La Salle IGS International Graduate School – Campus Barcelona, una institución de formación empresarial que podría clasificarse como Escuela de Negocios creada para satisfacer las demandas de formación para alcanzar el éxito profesional. Nuestra entidad privada ofrece un amplio abanico de cursos para todos los niveles de empresas. La Salle IGS International Graduate School – Campus Barcelona es un centro donde aprender enfocado en la calidad y con una amplia experiencia en el plano profesional, gracias a nuestro personal docente.
¿Qué ofrece La Salle IGS?
En La Salle IGS International Graduate School – Campus Barcelona ofrecemos una amplia variedad de cursos para profesionales y empresas, con temáticas de utilidad y de actualidad. Ofertamos cursos que van dirigidos a recién licenciados y profesionales que deseen adquirir conocimientos específicos para mejorar su desempeño laboral.
¿Dónde impartimos cursos?
Para la realización de nuestros cursos, en La Salle IGS International Graduate School – Campus Barcelona contamos con un campus físico donde se imparten clases de forma presencial, sin que además pueda ofrecer alternativas docentes a través de internet..
Para más información visita nuestra web https://www.salleurl.edu/. También podrás contactar con nosotros por email email@example.com o a través de nuestras redes sociales:
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LaSalleBCN
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/lasallebcn?lang=es
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lasallebcn
Horarios de La Salle IGS
Los horarios de nuestros cursos varían según el curso y el campus. Nuestros cursos presenciales tienen normalmente un horario de jueves a sábado, mientras que los cursos virtuales se realizan en horario flexible:
- Lunes 9AM-8PM
- Martes 9AM-8PM
- Miércoles 9AM-8PM
- Jueves 9AM-8PM
- Viernes 9AM-8PM
- Sábado Closed
- Domingo Closed
Estos horarios podrían variar.
Reseñas de La Salle IGS International Graduate School – Campus Barcelona
Según Google, La Salle IGS tiene 199 reseñas con una interesante valoración media 4.1, desde 26 reseñas con la mínima valoración hasta 126 reseñas con la máxima valoración.
“El valor de esta universidad reside en un bonito campus y en unas buenas instalaciones deportivas. Sin embargo, en todo lo demás no destaca en nada y, de hecho, en muchos rankings ni existen. Si buscas prestigio y estar en una universidad realmente TOP de España dentro de Barcelona, mejor elige de esta manera:
– Arquitectura e Ingenierías: UPC
– Marketing y Business: ESADE o si no se puede UPF
– MBA y EMBA: IESE>ESADE>EADA
– Salud: UB para biomedicina/biotecnología o UPC para ingeniería biomédica
– Filosofía: UB
– De animación no conozco
Ahora bien, si por cabezonería o porque tu hijo no llega a la triste nota de un 10/14 en las PAU, prepara la cartera porque muchos grados cuestan la friolera de 13.000‚Ç¨ anuales.” Miquel Perez
“Buena universidad privada internacional con muchas opciones y muy bien ubicada en Barcelona. La mayoría de profesores top y otros menos buenos, como en la mayoría de universidades. Buenas y renovadas instalaciones. En la cafetería a veces hay que esperar muchísimo tiempo. Los baños a veces sucios y estropeados.” A. Jordan
“Yup!” Agustí Padrós Rios
“..sports club..” Joan M
“One of the best private university in Barcelona” Oswald Sapang
“Very good study
Well staff” Ali Hamza
“..Sports center is fine..” Juan Mir
“I was going to enroll at La Salle the past September, based on what they told me in June when I went to the campus for a tour. They told me there were many international students and that in the course I was going to undertake (Business Management) there wasn’t any algebra but just economics or math related to business. Turns out, when I get there in September 2018, there were very few international students like myself( I was the only one in some classes) and in the first course I was taking, the first semester was all about algebra. I paid 1000‚Ç¨ to pre-enroll( based on the informations that were given to me in June 2018 which turned out to be completely untrue) which I asked back since I enrolled in a different university, but La Salle refused to refund me the ‚Ç¨1000. I had a very bad experience with this university… they call it an ‘international’ university but most of the international students they have are doing an Erasmus, so there are not many international students enrolled in the Undergraduate courses. If you’re looking for a university with many international students from all over the world (like I was doing), this is NOT the right university. Despite my very bad experience with La Salle, I ackonowledge that there were a few people in the staff that were very helpful and understood my point but unfortunatly couldn’t do anything to refund me ‚Ç¨1000.” Leonardo Benatti
“Personally, as an international animation student I have had a lot of difficulties here. Mind you, if you have a lot of information and about the animation industry and some good international networks and have a good level of Spanish and/or Catalan, I think you can pull it off but that wasn’t the case for me. I think that university should help with this stuff but the language barrier was a big issue for me. What you will see most often is the upfront 1000 euro payment, which is heavily pressed on international students unlike the locals who just pay during the year. Next up is admissions, who weren’t at all aware of what the Spanish consulate in my country needs for the student visa or how it works, abd honestly the same applies to the international students department whom failed to help me with my TIE renewal properly during my second year, so I had to get another student visa from scratch. During that time I had to fiercely email them for help and most of them got to office during early September which pretty much lead to me missing a month of school this year. There were some people with good intentions but as an international student I was pretty much on my own for the most part. This also applied to my classes, in which there were some international students but their native language was Spanish. The teachers for the most part didn’t care for English with the exception of two I can think of off the top of my head and due to this, I and some international students I know basically had to learn Spanish just to be able to understand our teachers, who for the most part vanished into thin air after our classes and didn’t return our emails. Some teachers when asked for feedback, which is essential for a branch like animation, gave it in spanish and if I was lucky classmates would translate them to English. The same applies for a majority of the resources we were given, which were either in Spanish or Catalan.
Overall, La Salle has a lot of potential for someone who has some previous experience with 3D Animation and can speak Spanish or Catalan especially on a native level, but I have had a lot of problems as an international students. Regardless, I am still thankful for having gotten to know two of my professors and some of the staff members.” Umurhan Yensel
“Study from the best experts: content creation & social media selling postgraduate program. A program lead and run from the former team of a pioneer master program in brand community management, social media branding and digital strategy. 3 times mentioned in the rankings as a best master in its field.” Gemma Vallet