Erasmus Mundus Joint Master in Economics of Globalisation and European Integration (EGEI)


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The Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Economics of Globalisation and European Integration (EGEI) is a two-year (120 ECTS) program fully taught in English, aiming at satisfying an increasing demand for academically trained economists who have the skills to:

  • competently analyse issues of globalisation and economic integration;
  • make relevant policy or strategic recommendations in the public and private sector;
  • acquire these competences in a truly global learning environment.


In the Italian Educational System the programme is a Laurea magistrale (LM56). Mere precisely, students will be enrolled in Laurea Magistrale in Economia e Strategie per i Mercati Internazionali (ESMI), Curriculum Internazionale Erasmus Mundus in Economics of Globalisation and European Integration (EGEI).

Upon completion of the programme you will get a prestigious Erasmus Mundus Joint Degree signed by the Rectors of all the involved Institutions (Italy, Belgium, France, Chile, Estonia, Spain).

Who should apply?

This master’s degree programme in economics is geared to  students  interested  in  careers  in  governments and international organisations, and in the research and strategy departments of large banks and industrial and commercial corporations or in academia.


Interested students (after checking their eligibility) should apply to the EGEI consortium through the website: Application Form – Erasmus Mundus Joint Master in Economics of Globalisation and European Integration (

About 15 Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree scholarships per year are available on a competitive basis each year (deadline for academic year 2022-23, 15/february/2022)

Interested Italian students should contact Prof. Nicola D. Coniglio ( or 


Structure of the programme and partners

The master’s programme has a workload of 120 ECTS credits, with a taught part consisting of 90 credits, an internship of 10 credits and a dissertation of 20 credits.

The study programme is full-time and runs over 24 months. It is taught by staff of the eight partner institutions and by high-profile visiting scholars. During the 2-years students move as a group to at least three different universities in three different countries.

 It is taught by staff of the 8 partner institutions: University of Bari (Italy), Xiamen University (China), University of Lille (France), Ghent University (Belgium), CEPS (Belgium), University of Cantabria (Spain), Tartu University (Estonia), Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria (Chile)

During the year students move as a group to three different universities in three different countries and then have a final term for internship and final dissertation.  

Successfull students earn a diploma that is jointlty awarded by a consortium of seven universities and a leading global think tank, CEPS (Belgium). The University of Tartu (Estonia) will award a Double Degree. The Joint Degree is fully recognized in the partners’ Educational System. For instance in Italy, Master EGEI is accredited as a ‘Laurea Magistrale’ (LM 56) giving access, among other career options, to PhD studies.

A truly global experience! 

First term at University of Bari (Italy)

Period: from September to December 2022 (30 Credits)






Courses Credits
 •  Advanced Microeconomics
•  Advanced Macroeconomics  
•  Applied Econometrics I   
•  International Trade
•  European Law and Institutions   
•  Optional courses* [Mathematics for Economists / Chinese Language / Italian Language]







Second term at Ghent University and CEPS (Belgium)

Period: examinations and classes from January to July 2023 (30 Credits)







Courses Credits
•  Economics of European Integration  
• Open Economy Macroeconomics / Economic Policy and Governance          
•  Applied Econometrics II
•  Institutional Economics   
•  Optional courses*: [Academic writing / Principles of Entrepreneurship / Dutch Language]








Third term. Student can choose among four specialisation tracks offered at the following partners’ Universities

Period: from September to December 2023







Track 1. Economics and Business of Globalisation (EBG) at the University of Bari Aldo Moro (Italy). (30 credits)
• Economics and Business of Multinational Organisations
• Economics of Global Interactions
• International Trade Law
• International Development
• Optional courses
Track 2. Economics and Financial Issues in the EU (EFEU) at the University of Cantabria, Santander (Spain). (30 credits)
• International banking and Finance
•  EU Economic Policy
•  EU Commercial Law
•  International Business: the EU perspective
•  Optional courses (5 credits)
Track 3. International Economic Policy (IEP) at Tartu University (Estonia). (30 credits)
 Trade Policy Analysis
 International Management
 Evaluation of Economic Policies
 Selected Topics in Macroeconomics
 Optional courses (5 credits)
Track 4. Globalisation and Emerging Market Economies (GEME) at Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria, Valparaiso (Chile) (30 credits)
 Projections of Macroeconomic Variables
 Business Oriented Microeconomics
 International Finance
 International Trade Agreements
 Optional courses (5 credits)







Fourth term. Individual mobility for professional specialisation

Period: from January to August 2024

•  Internship                                                             (10 credits)

•  Final dissertation                                                  (20 credits)

Financial Aspects

From September 2022, tuition fees for the EMJMD EGEI will be:







2022/2024 Erasmus+ programme countries (EU countries + North Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Serbia, Turkey, UK) €2,500 per academic year
2022/2024 Erasmus+ partners countries (all other countries see here for more info) €8,000 per academic year







Information for enrolling in Master EGEI at the University of Bari

 coordinator: prof. Nicola Daniele Coniglio (email: or )


Additional info:

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published on 18/04/2019 ultima modifica 04/02/2022