Economic Policy and Markets

We want to provide our students with the opportunity to benefit from a wide range of subjects within the specialized area of Economic Policy and Markets. With this in mind, we have designed three Master’s programs so that, while you specialize in one of the three programs, you can study a range of different courses from each of them.

These programs share the same fundamental basic courses that will provide you with an in-depth knowledge of how economic policy and markets work. At the same time, each program provides its own specialization of courses that will make you an expert in one of the specific fields. The coordination of the three Master’s Programs under the Economic Policy and Markets provides students with numerous benefits:

  • You can choose from a wide range of course subjects from the different programs
  • You will study interact with a large community of students interested in Economic Policy and Markets coming from a variety of backgrounds
  • You will work with smaller class sizes in the specialized courses
  • You have the possibility of changing to one of the other Master’s programs during the first term

These Master’s programs consist of:


Selecting ECTS across the programs within Economic Policy and Markets:

  • 21 Mandatory ECTS shared by the three programs: Quantitative and Statistical Methods I and II, Policy Lessons, and the Master Project
  • 21 of the ECTS need to be gained from the particular Master’s program that you have chosen to study
  • 18 ECTS can be taken from any of the three programs

*You have the flexibility to change to a different Master’s program within the Economic Policy and Markets during the first term.