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Compare Masters Programs in Economic Policy in Belgium 2019

In order to successfully obtain a Masters qualification, you will need to obtain a number of credits by passing individual modules. Most taught Masters will have a number of core modules which you must take and pass in order to obtain the qualification. The assessment of research Masters is almost always entirely by a single dissertation module or project.

Economic policy comes from the idea that government should have a hand in managing the economy. Examples of the government managing the economy include interest rates, taxation, and government expenses. Individuals who study and train in economic policy may learn how to develop effective economic policies that lead to strong economies.

Top Master Programs in Economic Policy in Belgium 2019

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Master in Economic and Social Policy - taught in FRENCH

University of Mons
Campus Full-time 2 years September 2019 Belgium Mons

he master’s degree in economic and social policy, representing 120 credits, provides a solid specialist training, enabling effective integration into the public and private spheres.

Master in Economics - Economic Analysis and European Policy

Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Campus Full-time 2 years September 2019 Belgium Brussels

The Master in Economics trains students to become applied economists, policymakers, consultants, and business professionals in sectors and activities that require technical and analytical skills. It provides them with up-to-date quantitative and conceptual tools for economic, statistical, and financial analysis, and prepares them for policy and business practice. This master programme has a strong European orientation that manifests itself through EU-specific courses (e.g. on competition policy) or through emphasis placed in general courses on the specificities of the European dimension. The Master in ‘Economic Analysis and European Policy’ covers the full range of economic issues (employment, competition, growth, development, redistribution, etc.) and policy-making challenges, from the sector- or industry-level to the national or even global economy.