Our academics conduct training in several bachelor, master and research master programmes. The use of mathematics and statistics to examine economic problems and improve business performance is the content of much of our teaching effort in the bachelor programmes. Applying these basics in many subfields of economics engages students to solve the kinds of problems they will encounter in their career. The multidisciplinary and problem-based learning approach reflects our understanding that independent and criical thinking build confidence.
Three year Bachelor programmes:
One Year Master programmes:
- MSc International Economic Studies (IES)
(from September 2012 onwards subsituted by Human Decision Science)
Competition and Regulation
European Economic Policy
Global Innovation Economics
- Human Decision Science
- MSc Information and Network Economics
- MSc Fiscal Economics
Two Year Research Master programme:
- Research Master in Economics and Financial Research
- Research Master in Neuroeconomics (jointly with the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience)
The Research Master Programme is intended for students interested in pursuing a PhD programme. More information is available at the METEOR research institute.