Master’s in Economics

Master’s in Economics

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Start Date

End Date

Program Duration

12 Months

Application Deadline

Expired

Type

Master's programs

Certifications & Titles

60 EC

Study Options

Full Time

Fees

Regular fees: 2143 - 11471 EUR

Comment:

Depending on your personal situation (nationality and previous education), you will pay either the legal tuition fee (regular fees) or the institutional tuition fee. Visit the university website for more information. 

The application must be completed before:

  • Non-EU/EEA students: April 1st
  • EU/EEA students or students from Switzerland: May 1st
    (applying is still possible after May 1st, until July 1st. However, you will not be able to make use of our housing support offers in Nijmegen)

Funding Options

Holland Scholarship. Orange Tulip Scholarship, Fullbright-Radboud (LPDP), Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP), etc.

The Master’s Programme in Economics offered by the Nijmegen School of Management at Radboud University offers the following specialisations:

 

     

    Radboud NSM

    Accounting and Control

    After a general look at the most recent mainstream and heterodox economic theory, the Master’s programme in Accounting and Control totally immerses you in the world of governance, control and accounting. This Master’s will teach you everything about the figures that make businesses operate. And once you graduate you get to go and discover the wonderful variety of businesses, processes and people hidden behind the figures.

    Why should you choose Accounting & Control in Nijmegen?

    • Focus on A&C as social and organisational practices
    • Strong visibility of professionals (controllers, accountants and auditors) in the programme, including guest lectures •
    • Interdisciplinary perspective on accounting and control
    • Combination of real-life case studies and scientific papers
    • Both quantitative and qualitative research methods
    • Knowledgeable, passionate and accessible staff
    • Close links with research programme of Accounting staff

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    Radboud NSM

    Corporate Finance and Control

    In a continuously globalising world economy, how can financial managers increase the value of the firm for their shareholders and stakeholders? How do managers figure out what the best investment is and how much to invest? How can and should a company finance its operations? The Master’s programme in Corporate Finance and Control provides you with the latest theory and research, focusing on all the important scientific and practical aspects that deal with the financial management and governance of modern firms.  

    You will learn about international standards of financial accounting and reporting methods, corporate finance and governance, firm valuation, mergers and acquisitions, as well as risk management and other advanced topics in corporate finance. Graduates of Corporate Finance and Control are well equipped for careers as corporate financial manager, financial controller, or business consultant in multinational companies as well as small and medium sized enterprises.

    Why should you choose Corporate Finance and Control in Nijmegen? 

    • Multifaceted and multidisciplinary perspective on corporate finance, reporting and control, including institutional and behavioural aspects of finance, as a unique element in this course programme
    • A focus on methods and state-of-the-art research
    • Small group teaching and close contact with professors
    • Approachable professors with research and business experience, combining theory with real-world challenges
    • An excellent reputation in the Netherlands and abroad • Studying in the atmosphere of a real student town

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    Radboud NSM

    Economics, Behaviour and Policy

    Economic policy affects individuals, the performance of organisations and that of the government. It impacts all domains of society, ranging from the economy to social issues. We face complex tasks when designing a policy that is effective, and also when assessing its impact. How do we define and measure welfare? And how do we design more effective policies? This specialisation starts with mainstream economic theory, and incorporates a variety of perspectives from psychology, sociology, public choice, political economy, culture, and philosophy. By introducing behavioural insights into complex policy questions, we prepare you to understand and design successful policies in your future career as a policy maker, manager, analyst or consultant, in public or private organisations.

    Why should you choose Economics, Behaviour & Policy in Nijmegen?

    • Modern and broad perspective on economic policy design
    • Nudges, framing, defaults and more – behavioural insights for policy not as ready-to-use shortcuts but as tools backed by theory and tested by data and research
    • Insights and methods relevant for applied research
    • Small group teaching, close contact with professors and their research and an excellent reputation
    • Learning by working on current economic policy issues
    • Good career prospects in governmental or business sector

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    Radboud NSM

    Financial Economics

    The spectacular growth of international capital markets is creating great opportunities. But, as the latest financial crisis has shown, this also entails major challenges for financial decision-makers and regulators of financial markets. The academic Master’s specialisation in Financial Economics is ideal for students who want to understand the workings of global financial markets, from asset pricing and risk management to monetary policy and financial regulation. It provides you with the necessary knowledge and skills set for careers in not just banks, investment funds, and financial exchanges, but also finance ministries or other governmental or non-governmental bodies of financial market oversight.

    Why should you choose Financial Economics in Nijmegen?

    • Broad perspective on financial economics, including behavioural, institutional and cultural aspects
    • Excellent reputation in the Netherlands and abroad
    • Focus on methods and state-of-the-art applied research
    • Small group teaching and close contact with professors
    • Good career prospects anywhere in the world
    • International and experienced staff with strong networks and links to many academics and organisations

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    Radboud NSM

    International Economics and Development

    This specialisation offers you the opportunity to follow a state-of-the-art curriculum in International Economics with a strong empirical and analytical focus on the low and middle income countries of the Global South. Hosting one of the largest databases for developing countries in the world, we offer you a unique possibility to analyse poverty, inequality, and economic development in these countries in an international context. Using recent theoretical insights and modern empirical methods, you will be actively involved in comparative research on issues in developing countries such as the impact of globalisation on economic growth, corruption, the education of children, child labour and women’s empowerment.

    Why should you choose International Economics & Development in Nijmegen?

    • Focus on the problems and potential of the Global South
    • Strong comparative and empirical orientation
    • Staff members are involved in applied research, experimental research and theoretically oriented research
    • Academic developments are incorporated in teaching, and you will actively participate in research
    • Professors and students interact in small groups

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    Radboud NSM

    International Business

    This specialisation offers you the opportunity to follow a state-of-the-art curriculum in International Economics with a strong empirical and analytical focus on the low and middle income countries of the Global South. Hosting one of the largest databases for developing countries in the world, we offer you a unique possibility to analyse poverty, inequality, and economic development in these countries in an international context. Using recent theoretical insights and modern empirical methods, you will be actively involved in comparative research on issues in developing countries such as the impact of globalisation on economic growth, corruption, the education of children, child labour and women’s empowerment.    

    The specialisation International Business is offered by both the Master’s in Business Administration and the Master’s in Economics. The difference lies in the focus of the studies. The International Business/Economics will teach you to answer questions such as: What are the consequences of the rise of emerging economies, such as China and India, for the structures and strategies of multinationals?  How does the success of a cross border merger or acquisition depend on differences in institutions and cultures between host and parent countries? And what are the effects of trade agreements on the (location) strategies of multinationals?

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    Radboud NSM

    International Political Economy

    Does the growing influence of Brazil, Russia, India and China (BRICs) change the way the global political economy is governed? What are the political roots of global trade and finance? What is the impact of the international economy on inequality and development? Answering these questions requires you to combine economics and political science. In our Master’s specialisation in International Political Economy (IPE) you will uncover the economic and political dimensions of global issues and power struggles behind policy choices.

    Why should you choose International Political Economy in Nijmegen?

    • Specialisation taught by economists and political scientists, which is unique in the Netherlands
    • You can specialise in a theme of your interest
    • Our international staff offers a wide range of expertise, is easily approachable and involve students in their research
    • Stimulating, collegial, interactive setting of small groups
    • Staff members have an extensive network, with links to international and non-governmental organisations

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    Attendance

    On-Campus

    Posted on

    Start Date

    End Date

    Program Duration

    12 Months

    Application Deadline

    Expired

    Type

    Master's programs

    Certifications & Titles

    60 EC

    Study Options

    Full Time

    Fees

    Regular fees: 2143 - 11471 EUR

    Comment:

    Depending on your personal situation (nationality and previous education), you will pay either the legal tuition fee (regular fees) or the institutional tuition fee. Visit the university website for more information. 

    The application must be completed before:

    • Non-EU/EEA students: April 1st
    • EU/EEA students or students from Switzerland: May 1st
      (applying is still possible after May 1st, until July 1st. However, you will not be able to make use of our housing support offers in Nijmegen)

    Funding Options

    Holland Scholarship. Orange Tulip Scholarship, Fullbright-Radboud (LPDP), Orange Knowledge Programme (OKP), etc.

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