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Trier University

Econοmiсs

M.Sc. (Master of Science)
Subjects: Business Administration, Economic & Public Policy, Economics, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Quantitative Economics, Economic Law, International Relations
M.Sc.
Degree
120
ECTS
English
English only
Language
Winter semester: 31 May/15 Sep
Summer semester: 15 Jan/15 Mar
Application Deadlines
2 Years (starting: Both semesters)
Duration
Free
Tuition Fees (per semester)
Starting
Both semesters
Mode of admission:
without admission restriction 
Application:
directly at the University
Study mode:
On campus

Program Video


Duration:2 min

Uni Trier

Five Reasons to choose this Master's Program


Develop diverse expertise in economics
The M.Sc. study program in Economics offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to blend practical and research-focused courses, with a strong focus on empirical techniques. This program enables students to integrate hands-on learning with contemporary issues in one of six major areas.
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Choose specialization
Within the framework of the Master's program, students have a unique opportunity to specialize in one of the following fields: International Political Economy, International Labor Markets and Innovation, International Finance, European Social Security and Health Systems, Econometrics and Applied Statistics, Environment and Sustainability. → More Info
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Interdisciplinary knowledge
The interdisciplinary nature of this study program is highlighted by the fact that, besides modules encompassing the vast domain of economics and courses within a specific specialization, students have the opportunity to explore subjects from fields such as political science, sociology, statistics, and more.
Two degrees in two years!
Students can pursue the opportunity to earn two master's degrees within four semesters by opting for a double degree path. In particular, they can spend a year studying in Trier and another year at either the University of Warsaw in Poland or the University of Bergamo in Italy.
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Benefit from the small class sizes
Taking advantage of smaller class sizes, students experience enhanced group and team collaboration, promoting greater levels of engagement and enabling more individualized attention from instructors.

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