Information and Network Economics

Are you interested in economics and information technology? And would you like to learn how to use new technologies to improve productivity and profitability? Then you should consider getting a master’s in Information and Network Economics. It is one of the few academic programmes in the world to combine economics and business with information technology. You'll learn to think conceptually about information technologies and their impact on businesses. After you’ve completed the programme, your ability to develop policies and strategies that address ICT challenges in a business environment will make you a great asset to IT companies and consultancy firms. But you could also find rewarding work at universities or governments.

  • There is no other way than to be successful if you know what you want, work hard and have a strong personality
    Katarzyna Juraszek (22, Poland), Information and Network Economics


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