Master’s Programme in Economics
- An internationally comparable degree in Economics from an AASCB accredited business school
- Rigorous theoretical and empirical studies incorporating the latest research
- Hands-on experience in developing economic models and using econometric methods to perform economic and financial analysis
Oulu Business School’s International Master’s Programme in Economics (ME) is a two-year programme providing rigorous training in modern Economics. The programme equips you with a comprehensive understanding of the theoretical and empirical research methods used in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and Econometrics.
Through group work and projects, you will learn to apply your economic expertise and acquire the problem solving, project management and presentation skills you will need in your career as an economist. It is not compulsory to choose a specialization, but the two-year programme offers two specialisation options.
Energy Economics and Smart Grid courses bring the latest economic and technical energy research into the classroom and equip you with the skills you need to work as an economic researcher or consultant in energy related projects. Gain experience in multidisciplinary project work and employ your skills in Economics to analyse and solve business problems in tomorrow’s energy markets.
Financial Economics focuses on equipping you with skills that are relevant for an economist working within the financial sector. You will gain further knowledge of statistical modelling software and intensify your knowledge of econometric models used for forecasting macroeconomic and financial variables.
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Visit the programme page to see the admission requirements and how to apply through an online joint application system at Studyinfo.fi.
Degree / diploma
- Master of Science (Economics and Business Administration)
Tuition fee: for non-EU/EEA citizens 12000 euros