EU economic policy in the home of the Maastricht Treaty
Together with Asia and the United Sates, Europe forms one of the big three economies in the world. It therefore plays an important role in the global economy. The European Economic Policy track looks at the most interesting and difficult challenges faced by Europe today, and at how good policy making can make a real difference – not only to businesses, but to society at large.
Excellent research opportunities
The department has links with the UNU-Merit and ROA research institutes, and with EU and corporate organisations. This gives you access to the most relevant, up-to-date research on economic policies, such as employment and monetary policies. You will learn from the best, so that you are optimally prepared for a career in economic policy making yourself.
European Economic Policy is a 1-year, full-time programme taught entirely in English. Graduates will obtain a master's degree in International Economic Studies with a specialisation in European Economic Policy.