This study programme, which is taught in English, focuses on process structures of economic policy in the international integration of markets. The programme prepares students for challenging careers in administration and politics, as well as in national and international organisations. In addition to applied econometrics and micro and macroeconomics, the programme provides in-depth knowledge of international economic policy and globalisation.
The focus is on economic, micro and macroeconomic topics with a strong international correlation (international relations in trade and development, monetary and fiscal policy).
The aim of the programme is to provide students with analytical, economic and quantitative skills and knowledge for challenging careers in the field of economic analysis, e.g. as is required for leading positions in ministries, associations, international organisations and enterprises, but also in development co-operation.
The programme also prepares students for a career in the academic world. The programme is taught at a high academic level and uses the latest methods and concepts. The teaching concept links intensive student monitoring with autonomous academic work and regular contact with the economic practice.
- Bachelor’s degree in economics or an equivalent national or international degree in the same or a similar programme;
- Graduate Record Examination (GRE; Score Report with a minimum requirement of being in the 50% percentile in the Quantitative Reasoning section of the test)
- Letter of motivation in English Language (up to 750 words)
- One letter of recommendation from a professor or any other qualified referee
- English language skills were proven by:
a TOEFL/iBT test with a minimum of 100 points
or a TOEFL/PBT test with a minimum of 600 points
or an IELTS test with a minimum score of 7,0
Please note that, if the Bachelor’s degree record has not yet been submitted, only a provisional admission can be offered subject to successful completion of the Bachelor’s degree up to a given final deadline.
Final admission is granted upon submission of the Bachelor’s degree record within a given final deadline. If the requirements for the Bachelor’s degree have not been met, the provisional admission will be withdrawn and the student can make no claim to a study place. Proof of completion of the Bachelor’s degree must be submitted by a given extended deadline in the form of a certified copy. If the Bachelor’s degree has not been submitted by the given deadline, provisional admission again expires and no claim to a study place can be made. You will be informed about the final deadline with your letter of admission. All examinations have to be taken in the summer semester preceding the start of the Master’s degree.
In the event the university entrance qualification is not yet available for the consecutive Master’s programme (Bachelor’s degree record), please apply enclosing the following documents up to 1 May or 15 July (final deadline)
1. proof of enrolment in the Bachelor’s programme, and
2. provisional record stating the average grade of all examinations taken up to this time. The provisional record must be issued by an authorised office (e.g. examination office)
All examinations have to be taken in the summer semester preceding the start of the Master’s degree (preclusive term: 30.09.).
Mode of admission
Admission to the study programme is restricted.
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