If applicants have completed a Bachelor’s degree or are enrolled in the final semester of a Bachelor’s programme are eligible.
prerequisites : A relevant bachelor's degree that include subjects Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics, Statistics, Mathematics, Basic economic theory courses, Business Economics.
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About MSc in Economics
he program is a two-year degree programme of 120 ECTS.
Students can select from a wide range of courses such as: Advanced Microeconometrics, Advanced Macroeconometrics, Behavioral Economics, Development Economics, Monetary Policy, Health Economics and Environmental Economics and many others.
The program consists of 4 modules : 15 ECTS compulsory courses, 15 ECTS seminars, 60 ECTS electives and 30 ECTS thesis.