Master of Economics in Globalization and European integration
Wonder how trade wars, the rise of China, economic union, Brexit, … are all associated? Is climate change a cause of migration? What kind of policies can we design to mitigate the fallout of the financial crisis?
The Master of Economics in Globalization and European integration is a specialist masters degree designed to provide you with rigorous training in theoretical and applied economics in the fields of international economics, and in particular focuses on Economics of Globalisation, International Trade, European Economic Integration.
EGEI provides a profound insight into the current scientific knowledge in these fields and is supported by scientific research at the partner universities. We work together with international institutions in these areas.
Students build on their undergraduate or postgraduate training by completing compulsory core courses on economic integration and globalisation. Students can also choose from a selection of optional courses that cover a range of topics in international economics. Students also conduct original research to fulfil the dissertation, which might be related to an internship.
A truly international master
We select around 30 students from all continents, as our partners work globally, with universities in Belgium, China, Czechia, France, Italy, and Spain.
The setup of the programme is such that students are constantly operating in an international environment. Courses are taught by staff of the 6 partner institutions. You move as a group to three partner universities in three different countries.
The next academic year takes place at Université Lille 1, Sciences et Technologies in Lille (France), at Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze in Prague (Czech Republic) and at Università degli Studi di Bari ‘Aldo Moro’ in Bari (Italy).
If you are interested in a career in government and international organisations, or in the research and strategy departments of large banks and industrial and commercial corporations, or in academic research, then this master is yours. Our alumni work in the EC, IMF, ECB, large multinationals, universities, embassies, ministries, … and form a tight network.
There is a close link to policy practice thanks to the cooperation with partnering institutions such as the European Commission, the United Nations, think tanks (CEPS) or business companies (KBC, E&Y). We offer several internships at the EC, UN, CEPS, KBC, Ernst & Young.
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 fulltime and runs over 12 months.
Upon successful completion of the programme, you earn a Master Degree in Economics of Globalisation and European Integration, awarded jointly by all the partners of the consortium.
The tuition fee is 3,600 euros for all students. In addition to tuition fees, students should also budget for travel, accommodation, food and study materials.
You can earn an Erasmus scholarship covering your costs of lodging if you inscribe at any of the EU partner universities.
We offer scholarships to Latin American students, and a Merit Scholarship for a student specialising in international trade.
The EGEI consortium is a consortium of the following universities:
If you are a prospective student or a current applicant and your query is related to admission, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org