The MSc Multidisciplinary Economics puts you at the forefront of the latest economic theory as you refine your expert research skills.
Today economics is a complex discipline that touches upon many other fields of study. And the MSc in Multidisciplinary Economics gives you valuable Economics expertise at the same time you gain interdisciplinary research skills that enable you to solve wide-ranging economic issues. Our two-year Research Master's degree in Multidisciplinary Economics was carefully designed to give you the specialised knowledge and expertise you need for a career in economics. Moreover, the multidisciplinary context will encourage you to look at complex economics issues from different perspectives and help you to apply that knowledge in academia, industry or government. You also have an opportunity to take on an internship at a research institute or company.
'The multidisciplinary nature and structure of this MSc means you have freedom to follow your own interests; an excellent way to become a well-prepared researcher with a broad view of economics.' - Mark Kattenberg, alumnus
SELECTION CRITERIAEligible candidates are selected for a scholarship on the basis of the following criteria:- Academic excellence and promise in the proposed field of study; - The academic quality and results of preceding qualifications, as evidenced by proof of belonging to the top 10% of the class, grades, test scores, a writing sample, letters of recommendation; - The quality and relevance of the motivation letter for the Master’s programme (academic content, intercultural and communication skills, personal motivation); - The quality of the application for the Master’s programme itself (completeness, accuracy, consistency).
Value of Scholarship(s)
Tuition fee or Tuition fee plus living expenses (€11,000)
-Belong to the top 10% of your graduating class - Hold a non-EU/EEA passport and not be eligible for support under the Dutch system of study grants and loans - Have completed your secondary school and/or Bachelor degree outside the Netherlands - Have applied for one of the participating international master’s programme with a start date of September.
-A BSc in Economics or in a related field.-A GPA of 3.4 or above (Dutch equivalent: 7.75 on a ten-point scale). Students with a GPA of 3.0-3.4 will also be considered for the MSc in Multidisciplinary Economics if they have a strong background in economics and additional experience in one of the programme’s related disciplines
2017-2018 EU/EEA: € 2.006,- Non EU/non-EEA : € 15.167
Recipient: Utrecht University
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