A Master of Economics is usually pursued by students with a completed Bachelor degree in the same or similar field. Compared to your undergraduate studies, a Masters course will focus on the economic systems, emerging markets and the solution of general economic problems.
You will deepen your knowledge and learn about the importance of the economic policy, the impacts of migration and war on the global economy and last but not least, the well-being of the population. An in-depth look and a more complex analysis of the main macroeconomic objectives is also a major point, namely achieving:
Some of your basic subjects include Finance, Accounting, Marketing and Management. As a future economist you will be expected to know how to properly run a business and control the revolving processes around your activity.
In addition, an implementation on research will allow you to better understand the evolution of the global economy, the current economic dynamics and the expected trends.
In addition to your Bachelor, you will be expected to provide good language skills. Depending on your university, you might also have to participate in a selection process or present proof of job experience. After a typical study period of four semesters you will receive the academic award “Master of Science”.
For further information please contact your desired university.
With a Master of Economics you will have a wide range of career opportunities. Here are some examples:
|Behavioral Ethics, Economics and Psychology||Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft Köln Akademie GmbH (IW Akademie) in Kooperation mit der Technischen Hochschule Köln (TH Köln)|
|Applied Economic Sciences: Economic Policy||University of Antwerp|
|Globalisation and Development||University of Antwerp|
|Philosophy, Politics and Economics||University of Groningen|
|Business Economics||University of Antwerp|
|Masters in Business Analytics||Hult International Business School|
|Economic Development and Globalization||University of Groningen|
|M.Sc. International Management||International School of Management (ISM)|
|Corporate Management & Economics | CME||Zeppelin Universität gemeinnützige GmbH|
|Management & Sustainable Accounting and Finance||Leuphana Universität Lüneburg|
|Staatswissenschaften - Public Economics, Law and Politics (PELP)||Leuphana Universität Lüneburg|
|Economics||University of Glasgow|
|Ecological Economics||University of Edinburgh|
|Business Administration Major New Business||Fachhochschule Graubünden (FHGR)|
|Economics (Econometrics)||University of Edinburgh|
|Economics||University of Edinburgh|
|Quantitative Finance||University of Glasgow|
|International Economic Law||Leuphana Universität Lüneburg|
|Economics (Finance)||University of Edinburgh|
|Management & Data Science||Leuphana Universität Lüneburg|
|Global Economy||University of Glasgow|
|Economic and Social History||University of Edinburgh|
|Economic and Social History||University of St Andrews|
|Political Economy Research||King's College London|
|Economics and Econometrics||University of Exeter|
|Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment||University College London|
|Econometrics||University of Manchester|
|Economics (two year programme)||London School of Economics and Political Science|
|Global Executive MBA||Manchester Business School|
|Empires, Colonialism and Globalisation||London School of Economics and Political Science|
|International Business Economics||University of East Anglia|
|Economics and Finance||University of Brighton|
|Development Economics||University of Birmingham|
|Economics||University of Essex|