The Programme offers a scientifically well-founded training in the field of economics of globalisation, international trade and European economic integration. It provides a profound insight into the current scientific knowledge in this field and is supported by scientific research at the partner universities, both at these universities individually and in a network context. The Programme leads to an in-depth understanding in the following core fields:
Open Economy Macroeconomics
Economics of Globalisation
Economics of European Integration
International Trade: Theory and Policy
As a master degree in economics should also include a strong quantitative component, Applied Econometrics is taught as an additional core discipline. The Programme consists of 60 ECTS credits, the taught part of the programme consisting of 45 credits and the dissertation having a weight of 15 credits. One credit is roughly equivalent to 25 working hours (lectures, assignments and study time).
More details about the programme's curriculum can be found here
The programme is open to students who have earned 240 ECTS credits in an economics or applied economics university study programme or have a bachelor degree in these areas that is considered by the Joint Studies Board to be equivalent. Applicants should submit proof of an internet-based TOEFL level of minimum 90, or a IELTS grade of at least 6.5, or should submit proof of having studied at least one academic year in an English-language programme.
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Last updated October 27, 2015