This International Economics at University of Orleans is a unique Master's level programme in the Centre Val de Loire region that covers a wide range of international economics topics (trade, open macroeconomics and international finance) combined with courses in applied econometrics and international economics.
The main assets of this Master's degree are:
- privileged relations with multinationals, prestigious national organizations (Banque de France, CEPII, AFD, BpiFrance) and international institutions (World Bank, European Commission)
- a strong network of professionals involved in the modules offered each semester, and
- professional projects set up in relation with specialists in the field. Conferences and seminars are organized each semester, to allow students to get further opportunities to meet professionals in the field.
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- Environmental Economics
- Development Economics
- Game Theory
- Country Risk
- International Outlook
- International Financial Markets
- Panel Econometrics
- Tlme series and International Markets
- English for Economists
- Advanced Macroeconomics
- International Trade and FDI
- Migration Economics
- Financial Management
- CGE Models
- Non Linear Econometrics
- Econometrics for international Economics
- Internship and professional project
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
We are not aware of any English requirements for this programme.
- Students with a 3 year degree (Licence) or equivalent in Economics
- Students with an equivalent level from Business, Engineering, Mathematics and Physics having taken Economics and Statistics as Minors
- The candidates should express significant interest in globalization issues and policies (international trade, multinationals, migrations, etc…)
- They should have a solid background in Statistics and Econometrics
- All students need to have a B2 equivalent in English.
International243 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 243 EUR per year and a duration of 24 months.
Fees for non-european students enrolling for the first time in a university programme in France might increase from 243€ to 3770€ (+ 91€).
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