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Master in Economics of Globalisation & European Integration (EGEI)

 

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The Master Economics of Globalisation and European Integration (EGEI) is a one-year (60 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.

 

Who should apply?

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


Structure of the programme and partners

The master’s programme has a workload of 60 ECTS credits, with a taught part consisting of 45 credits and a dissertation of 15 credits. The study programme  is full-time and runs over 12 months. It is taught by staff of the 5 partner institutions.

UniBa logoUniversity of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
Xiamen logoXiamen University, China
ULille logoUniversity of Lille, France
UCantabria logoUniversity of Cantabria, Spain
VSE logoVSE School of Economics Prague, Czech Republic 

 

During the year students move as a group to three different universities in three different countries. 

A truly global experience! Three terms of studies in 3 different countries: China - Italy - Czech Republic

TIME SCHEDULE - Academic year 2019-2020

First term at Xiamen University, China:

classes from September to December 2019

• Advanced Microeconomics

• Advanced Macroeconomics

• Applied  Econometrics

• Skills optional courses: Mathematics for Economists French Language

• Optional courses: Chinese Economy

 

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

6 ECTS

3 ECTS

4 ECTS

Second term at University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy

examinations and classes from January to March 2020

• Economics of European Integration (Part 1)

• Open Economy Macroeconomics

• Economics of Globalisation

• Advanced subjects optional courses: Special Topics in Applied Econometrics, Economics of regulation

• Skills optional courses: Academic Writing Italian Language

4 ECTS

4 ECTS

4 ECTS

4 ECTS

 

3 ECTS

Third term at VSE Vysoká škola ekonomická  v Praze, Czech Republic:

examinations and classes from April to June 2020

• International Trade: Theory and Policy

• Economics of European Integration (Part 2)

• Advanced subjects optional courses: Special Topics in International Finance Special Topics in International Trade

• Skills optional course: Czech Language

6 ECTS

2 ECTS

4 ECTS

 

 3 ECTS

 

 

Financial Aspects

 The tuition fee is 3,800 euros for European students (some scholarships for partial reduction of the fees will be available for the best candidates)

Information for enrolling in Master EGEI at the University of Bari

 coordinator: prof. Nicola Daniele Coniglio (email: nicoladaniele.coniglio@uniba.it)

 

Additional info: www.egei.eu

Pubblicato il: 18/04/2019  Ultima modifica: 03/05/2019