Masters Degree in Economics in Serbia

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

There is evidence of economic writing that dates all the way back to the Mesopotamian era. The development of modern economics is largely due to two groups which were known as the physiocrats and the mercantilists. These groups help develop capitalism in Europe in the 16th century.

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Master in Geoeconomics and Regional Studies

John Naisbitt University
Campus Full time 1 year October 2017 Serbia Belgrade

The master studies curriculum at Faculty of Geo-economics has a clearly recognizable, specific aim, which is gaining competences for professional and scientific work in the fields of national and international and regional economies and international institutions. [+]

Best Masters in Economics in Serbia 2017/2018. The master studies curriculum at Faculty of Geo-economics has a clearly recognizable, specific aim, which is gaining competences for professional and scientific work in the fields of national and international and regional economies and international institutions. The purpose of this curriculum, as well as its whole concept, focus the programme on macroeconomic aspects of international relations, underlining geopolitical, economic, geographical and social specifics of particular regions as well. Special attention is paid to the fundamentals of general economic knowledge, without which these economic processes could be understood. Faculty of Geo-economics enrolls students at the master curriculum: Geoeconomic and regional studies The aims of the curriculum are: - Educating and enabling students for gaining knowledge and skills for the overall understanding of general economic theories and strategies of economic and social development in the modern world; - Systematic studying of the specific elements of geography, history, culture, civilization of particular world regions and the influence of these factors on differences and similarities in theories and strategies of economic and technological development; - Becoming acquainted with the content and phenomenal forms of interrelatedness and dependence on the global and regional economic and social processes; Banking and finance (this is realized as a join curriculum together with Faculty of Business Studies and Pantheon University from Athens) The aims of the curriculum are educating and enabling students in the field of finance and banking with the aim of: - Gaining knowledge and skills of the overall understanding... [-]

Master in Development Economics

University of Göttingen
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2017 Serbia Belgrade

What do we “develop” in our Master's programme in Development Economics? If “software” is the answer you were looking for, the app obviously led you to the wrong page. But if you want to know what economic and policy instruments can spur growth of a whole country, how to assess the impact of a policy measure, or most efficiently help developing countries reach adequate living standards or whether help helps at all. If you’d like to do your own research in this field one day or work with governments and aid agencies advising them on current development issues– this might be just the right study for you! [+]

Development Economics (M.A.) What do we “develop” in our Master's programme in Development Economics? If “software” is the answer you were looking for, the app obviously led you to the wrong page. But if you want to know what economic and policy instruments can spur growth of a whole country, how to assess the impact of a policy measure, or most efficiently help developing countries reach adequate living standards or whether help helps at all. If you’d like to do your own research in this field one day or work with governments and aid agencies advising them on current development issues– this might be just the right study for you! Study programme: Development Economics (M.A.) Degree: Master of Arts (M.A.) with an optional Double Degree Programme duration: 4 Semesters Beginning of programme: Winter and summer semester Admission: limited admission (application to the university) Admission requirements: Admission procedure Application: Application procedure Application deadline: April 1st to May 15th (for the winter semester) and October 1st to November 15th (for the summer semester) Language requirements: Good skills in English proven by e.g. TOEFL, IELTS (the programme is taught completely in English) General information The English-language Master of Arts in Development Economics is jointly offered by the Department of Economics (Faculty of Economic Sciences) and the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (Faculty of Agricultural Sciences). It builds on the successful Master of Arts in International Economics and the Master of Arts in Agribusiness; these programmes already had a strong specialisation in development... [-]