International Political Economy
- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- without admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in economics or a related field.
The requirements for students with an economics-oriented undergraduate degree, applying through Marburg, are at least 72 ECTS from economics or relevant methods (e.g., mathematics, statistics) and at least 54 ECTS from purely economic courses.
If students do not have completed their course of studies at the time of application, they have to submit a transcript of records including a preliminary grade, calculated on the basis of at least 144 ECTS credits.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Application & Admission
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Application Procedure & Selection
Documents to be submitted:
- The first fundamental university degree including the final grade.
- Transcript of records for determining the contents of your previous studies.
- The certificate of English skills at a C1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages by the Council of Europe (see language requirements).
- Personal statement, approx. two pages DIN A4 (German standard format) with 1,800 keystrokes each. In this document, the applicant should argue why he/she is suitable for the program "International Political Economy" including the criteria above.
- Tabular curriculum vitae (about one DIN A4 page).
- If available, additional certificates proving the applicant’s personal suitability for the M.Sc. International Political Economy, including the criteria above.
- Applicants from China, Mongolia, and Vietnam must include an APS certificate (please contact your local German embassy).
Important: Documents must be submitted both in the original language and as an officially certified translation into English.
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