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Economics (MPhil)

Course Description

The Master of Philosophy in Economics gives students the opportunity to obtain a thorough grounding in economics and to develop their own projects in an engaged, research-focused environment. The Master of Philosophy in Economics prepares students to pursue a PhD, but also represents an excellent foundation for those planning careers in consultancy or policy advice.Tinbergen InstituteThe Tinbergen Institute (TI) is a school for research and graduate education run jointly in collaboration by the Economics Faculties of the University of Amsterdam (UvA), VU University Amsterdam and the Erasmus University Rotterdam (EUR). The TI is committed to offering excellent master's programmes in economics and econometrics. Admission to the programme is therefore limited to only the best students. The maximum intake is 30 students a year, with roughly 50% recruited from other countries. The lecturers are leading researchers in the three participating faculties.The TI has independent offices in Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Each student is assigned a desk and a computer. The research atmosphere is active and dynamic.

Entry Requirements

A Bachelor's degree, preferably in Economics, Econometrics, Mathematics or Physics. Degrees from non-EU universities must be assessed by the Netherlands Organization for International Cooperation in Higher Education (NUFFIC). Students must complete their Bachelor's programme prior to starting the Master's programme.

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