Concept and Vision

The Master's program in International Economics and Economic Policy (MIEEP) is set up to provide participants with the economic background needed to excel in today's global economy. It is designed as a consecutive program with typical enrolment after the completion of a bachelor's degree in either economics or business administration, but students with work experience are also very welcome. 

We want to empower our graduates to analyse complex problems in international economics and public policy by using up-to-date economic theories and state-of-the-art econometrics. The master's program is specially designed to combine academic rigour with a focus on topical issues faced by policy-makers and administrators. These program features make us confident of attracting highly promising students with a genuine interest in public policy issues and a strong interest in a career in an international setting.

The Faculty of Economics and Business is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). The Faculty is strongly committed to constantly adapting and improving its programs to reflect changing needs and advances in economic research. The AACSB accreditation serves as an additional ongoing quality check.