Each academic year
This is a two year program covering three key areas: Industrial Economics, Business Economics, and Quantitative Economic Analysis. The economics courses are organized in three main trucks: Energy Economics, Telecommunications Economics, and Transport Economics.
The 120 ECTS program consists of compulsory (102 ECTS) and elective courses (6 ECTS) plus an End-of-Master project (12 ECTS).
- Undergraduate degree in related discipline
- Personal data/curriculum vitae
- Transcript of records
- Information about grading system
- Certification of academic achievements
- Reference letters
Requirements: Bachelor degree or Engineering degree.
It is not required for applicants to have a degree in Economics or Business Management. Past experience shows that students with backgrounds in Engineering, Physics, etc., have obtained excellent results in this Master's program.
It is recommended that applicants dedicate their time exclusively to the program; however, some students do carry on with their professional activities while in the Master.