Masters in International Economics in Thailand

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International Economics

The benefits of a Masters extend beyond improving your earning potential. They can provide you with personal and professional skills to accelerate your development. They are also an opportunity to differentiate yourself from your peers, many of whom will have similar A-level and undergraduate qualifications.

Some international economics programs and courses choose to focus on teaching policies, regulations and economic conditions while others are designed to give students the chance to gain hands-on experience in existing international markets. In either case, such programs and courses can aid scholars in finding fulfilling international employment.  

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Master International Business Economics

University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Campus Full time 1 year June 2018 Thailand Bangkok

The MIBE is a one-year course duration program. It operates on a schedule of three semesters of four months each. The students must take 8 core courses in the first two semesters. For the third semester, the students select one of the two plans: [+]

 Master International Business Economics

The MIBE is a one-year course duration program. It operates on a schedule of three semesters of four months each. The students must take 8 core courses in the first two semesters. For the third semester, the students select one of the two plans: writing a thesis or taking supplementary 2 elective courses and a workshop. Upon successful completion of the third semester, the students awarded a Master Degree in International Business Economics. Additional semesters (not exceeding five academic years) are designed to accommodate thesis-option students who need more time to finish their works as well as workshop-option students who can not pass the workshop plan requirements in three semesters.... [-]