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Sweden is among the most modern countries in the world and is home to many companies that are successful worldwide. The same goes for Swedish universities which are modern, dynamic and open to everyone. The main focus is put on team work and developing innovative forward thinking which helps students later on during their professional careers. During a study of Master in Economics in Sweden you will get the chance to develop these skills and put them into practice!
A Master in Economics in Sweden will provide you with a solid background in econometrics, statistics, economic theory or data analysis. Moreover, a typical Master in Economics program in Sweden will teach you how to examine real world economic problems using quantitative empirical methods and modern economic analysis. This will give you a competitive advantage once you enter the job market.
If you want to get a prestigious degree from top quality institutions, make sure to apply for a Master in Economics in Sweden! Look at the options we offer below and find the one that suits you best!
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This Master's Programme in Economics is designed to equip you with the analytical tools you will need for work in the field of Economics. The specific objective of the program is for you to acquire tools for economic analysis and to apply these in policymaking in the public and private sectors. You will develop advanced skills in terms of a solid knowledge in economic theory – in particular, microeconomic theory and quantitative methods – for understanding and analyzing economic problems. These skills are essential for a practicing economist in many applied fields.
The two-year MSc program in Economics (120 ECTS credits) equips you to address challenging economic problems and excellent tools to pursue careers in the public and private sector.
A growing need for knowledge in economics is a feature of an ever-evolving society. The Master's Programme in Economics seeks both to broaden the content of the undergraduate programme and to provide students with essential tools for advanced studies and a career as an economist.