The Master of Science in Economics (MScE) provides you with the skills for a successful career as a professional economist. Our curriculum also prepares you well for a PhD program in economics, both in Switzerland and abroad. Our MScE is internationally recognized because our faculty is active in international research circles and many of our previous graduates have done very well professionally both in the private sector and in the academic world.Our main objective is to provide you with a thorough approach to economics.We believe that acquiring analytical and quantitative skills early on is essential for any professional economist. Whereas a Bachelor’s degree provides basic knowledge and intuition, our program offers courses on the foundations of economics analysis and applications.These foundations are key towards making real analytical and managerial contributions in both public and private sector positions, or in the world of academic research. We ensure that you have the best resources available for your studies. Our classes are typically small which allows us to engage in a real dialogue with you.The primary objectives of the various modules of the MScE are to introduce, to analyze and to apply state-of-the-art methods in economic and econometric research. We offer foundation courses in macroeconomics, microeconomics and econometrics, and courses that cover a range of applications such as : economic growth, health economics, international trade, financial crises, industrial organization and macroeconomic policy. If you are interested in pressing economic issues, if you seek to explore them through rigorous scientific analysis, and if you bring good analytical and quantitative skills, then our MScE is the perfect graduate program for you.
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Applicants need a bachelor’s degree with major in related field.Applicants from non-anglophone countries should provide proof of English proficiency.Application deadline for non EU students is February 28.