Are you interested in financial management, exchange rates and the world economy? If so, then Economics and Business Economics might be the right programme for you. You will learn to analyse the financial choices and decisions that have to be made constantly by businesses, from family businesses to multinationals. You will examine the risks and national and international rules that organisations have to work within as well as how to best deal with uncertainties like fluctuating interest rates and competition. This programme suits people who like to analyse numbers and have a broad interest in the financial system and how this influences organisations.Economics and Business Economics in Nijmegen is characterized by paying attention to other study fields besides economics as well. We call this Economics+. It means that in Nijmegen you do not only delve into numbers and money, but also into social issues such as income inequality, causes of a crisis, the euro and other currencies, international developments and global capital markets, because in economics, culture, psychology, sociology, and ethics also play a role. Therefore, bits and pieces of psychology, sociology, business administration and law are included in the studies of economics. After all, the way in which resources are used or the way in which markets operate is the effect of human decision-making.
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- Full Time
High School Diploma which is equivalent to or higher than Dutch VWO level, according to NUFFIC and mathematics.
EU/EEA, Swiss or Surinamese students who have not yet obtained a Bachelor’s degree in the Netherlands need to pay legal fee (€2,314) . When you first enrol in your Bachelor’s studies, you will need to pay half of the tuition fees for the first year. There are some exceptions to these conditions. If you do not meet the above conditions and are from an EEA country, you qualify for the EEA institutional tuition fee of €8,692.Deadline: 1 July for EU/EEA students without housing assistance.
- 3 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning