Study Economics in Germany (with Kiel University)
Get an overview of how Economics degree programs in Germany work. Take the chance to speak directly with representatives from the universities that offer these programs.
Wednesday, 14 April 2021, 04:00 PM (Europe/Berlin Time)
live via Zoom
Book your spot - and get full access to MyGermanUniversity (it’s free)!
More about this webinar
Did you know that a degree in Economics from a German university holds a great international reputation and may open the door to great work opportunities?
Do you want to know more about this social science and its tools to understand society's behavior (microeconomics, macroeconomics, finance, econometrics, etc)?
And finally, ask yourself, do you want to ask questions to the representatives of these programs at German universities?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you'll want to join us because during this webinar you will get:
- An overview of how Economics programs in Germany work.
- A list of all the programs in Economics at German Universities.
- An idea of the job prospects after graduating from these programs in Germany.
- The chance to talk with representatives of German universities that offer degree programs in this subject.
We are happy to welcome a University as our special guest:
- Kiel University: M.Sc. in Quantitative Economics
- → Prof. Dr. Matei Demetrescu (Chair in Statistics and Empirical Economics Research)
This is your one in a lifetime chance to come closer to studying in Germany. Don’t miss this opportunity!
What you'll learn in this webinar
No tuition fees
Study in English
Find your study program
Talk to universities
DAAD Information Center, Goethe-Institut
Master (Diplom) in Economics (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences; Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
M.A. in International Relations: Social Theory and Global Governance (Universität Bremen)
Prof. Dr. Matei Demetrescu
Chair in Statistics and Empirical Economics Research (Kiel University)
- since 2014 Professor of statistics and applied econometrics (W3) at the University of Kiel
- 2010–2014 Professor of econometrics (W2) at the University of Bonn (Hausdorff Center for Mathematics & Department of Economics)
- 2008–2010 Junior professor of applied econometrics at the Goethe University in Frankfurt
- 2007–2008 Max Weber post-doc fellow at the European University Institute in Florence
- 2006–2007 Post-doc researcher at the Goethe University in Frankfurt, Chair for Statistics and Econometric Methods 2001
- 2009 PhD in Industrial Engineering at the “Politehnica” University Bucharest (supervised by Hans-Dieter Heike)
- 2007 Max Weber post-doc fellowship at the European University Institute, Florence
- 2005 PhD in Economics at the Goethe University Frankfurt (supervised by Uwe Hassler)
- 2000 Diploma in Engineering and Business Administration at the “Politehnica” University, Bucharest (best of my class)
And the best thing:
During the webinar you can put all your questions in the chat!