Are you curious about economic issues and their underlying effects on various aspects of our society? Are you internationally minded and engaged by issues and concepts related to cross-border and interregional economics? Are your career goals focused on policy related to both public and private economic sectors? If so, then the master’s programme in Economics might be for you. Economic knowledge is vital to making policy decisions at both the individual and organizational levels of society. The Economics master’s programme first gives you an advanced education in micro- and macroeconomics as well as empirical methods. Afterwards, it allows you to tailor your education to your own interests and career goals by offering three specialisations.
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus, you are not able to visit us on the campus in Maastricht at the moment, but you can still get answers to your questions and get an idea of what it is like to study at the School of Business and Economics in a variety of online experiences.
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We understand that, in these uncertain times, it is difficult to assess what the new academic year will look like. To help you better understand what you can expect next academic year, please visit the following page to learn more about the educational format in academic year 2020/21, introduction days and student life at the School of Business and Economics.
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Interested in studying this master's programme, but do not yet meet the requirements? Consider pursuing our pre-master!
Would you like to learn more about the career opportunities of this master programme? Check out our video where our alumna Myrte ter Horst shares her experiences about studying at Maastricht University and the activities corresponding to her current job as Researcher at CBS Heerlen. Or read Julian Slotman's testimonial about the MSc Economics!
Name: Julian Slotman
Company: United Nations/ Department for Economic and Social Affairs (UN/DESA)
Position: Associate Economic Affairs Officer
Check out my profile on LinkedIn!
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