Master Programs in Benin

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Master-level studies involve specialized study in a field of research or an area of professional practice. Earning a master’s degree demonstrates a higher level of mastery of the subject. Earning a master’s degree can take anywhere from a year to three or four years. Before you can graduate, you usually must write and defend a thesis, a long paper that is the culmination of your specialized research.

A Master, which takes one to two years of schooling to receive, may help students improve their professional skills and gain knowledge in their chosen field. This improvement in skills and knowledge may lead to a highly skilled career with opportunities for advancement.

 

Benin, located in West Africa, is home to a multitude of higher education options. There are 10 branches of the National University of Benin throughout the country, and the total number of public and private institutions combined is 94.

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Master in Public Administration (MPA)

African School of Economics
Campus Full time September 2017 Benin Cotonou

ASE’s MPA curriculum is designed to offer an education superior to comparable programs in Benin and the wider region by featuring rigorous training in Statistics and Economics as well a tight connection with government and international agencies. [+]

Masters in Benin 2017. Master in Public Administration (MPA) ASE’s MPA curriculum is designed to offer an education superior to comparable programs in Benin and the wider region by featuring rigorous training in Statistics and Economics as well a tight connection with government and international agencies. The structure of the ASE’s MPA program is similar to that of our MBA programs. It includes two tracks: Public Management and International Relations. This program enables students to gain skills in designing, administering and evaluating public policy that will empower them to gain top positions in government and international organizations. [-]

Master in Development Studies (MDS)

African School of Economics
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Benin Cotonou

This two-year program offers academic training in social sciences related to development, featuring two tracks: Economic History, and Sociology and Political Science. It is offered only to full-time students and provides foundational economics training to students alongside locally-tailored coursework in other social sciences. [+]

Master in Development Studies (MDS) This two-year program offers academic training in social sciences related to development, featuring two tracks: Economic History, and Sociology and Political Science. It is offered only to full-time students and provides foundational economics training to students alongside locally-tailored coursework in other social sciences. It is aimed at students with bachelor degrees in History, Anthropology, Sociology, Philosophy, and Legal Studies. The MDS program seeks to prepare students for a wide variety of paths, including doctoral studies in the social sciences, research opportunities, and work in public, non-profit or private sectors in a range of roles. [-]

Master in Mathematics, Economics, and Statistics (MMES)

African School of Economics
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Benin Cotonou

The structure of our MMES program is nearly identical to that of the first two years of a North American doctoral program in Economics. It combines advanced training in quantitative methods with a strong foundation in economic theory and research design. [+]

Masters in Benin 2017. Master in Mathematics, Economics, and Statistics (MMES) The structure of our MMES program is nearly identical to that of the first two years of a North American doctoral program in Economics. It combines advanced training in quantitative methods with a strong foundation in economic theory and research design. Students who successfully complete the MMES program are well-positioned to complete doctoral-level studies in economics in North America or Europe. MMES graduates also go on to work as research assistants field-based economic studies and in evaluation roles in the public sector, at international agencies, and in NGOs. Students have the opportunity to participate in research conducted by ASE’s Institute for Empirical Research in Political Economy. This is an empirically oriented program designed for students and mid-career professionals with a bachelor degree in Mathematics, Statistics or Economics, although other students with strong quantitative skills could also be successful in the program. This program offers three sub-fields: Econometric Theory, Econometrics and Applied Economics. [-]