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Faculty of Business Management and Economics

Master International Economic Policy

The Master's programme in International Economic Policy is an internationally oriented programme which aims at preparing students for applying rigorous theoretical and empirical economic analysis to a wide range of issues relevant for business and public policy. Students successfully completing this programme will receive a legally accredited Master’s degree in International Economic Policy, which serves as a stepping stone for a professional career in the private or public sector or an academic career.

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Winter term: July 15th (August 20th for Winter term 2020/21)

Summer term: January 15th

Double Degree Programme with Ghent: May 15th



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  • Degree programme: International Economic Policy (M.Sc.)
  • Duration: 4 Semesters (120 ECTS)
  • Language of instruction: English, some electives taught in German
  • Start of Study: Winter and Summer term
  • Application deadline: Winter term: July 15th, Summer term: January 15th (for Winter term 2020/21: August 20th)
  • Admission requirements: Bachelor degree with proven competences in economics, business management, mathematics and statistics. Proof of English skills at least B2 level of the CEFR (this is equivalent to German Gymnasium Grundkurs level).
  • Semester dues: 137,90 Euro per semester (62 Euro for Student Services and 75,90 Euro for the student public transportation ticket)
  • Language requirements international students: Proof of German skills at basic (A2) level is required. For more information please contact the International Office.
  • Examination regulations: see the following document and the corresponding appendix


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Programme Structure

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Double Degree Programme

Information about the start of study


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