In the compulsory subject area Quantitative Economics students acquire advanced skills in economic theory and econometrics, which find application in a broad spectrum of economic issues covered in the programme’s five optional subject areas: Econometrics and Applied Economics, International Financial Economics, Macroeconomics and International Economics, Microeconomics and Decision Making and Public Economics.
Why study Economics at Konstanz?
The Department of Economics of the University of Konstanz enjoys an outstanding reputation in teaching and research. Its 26 full, junior and assistant professors from the fields of economics, business administration, econometrics, statistics, and business and economics education, over 60 doctoral researchers and guest professors from reputable universities worldwide provide an intellectually stimulating and productive environment for study and research. In in the Department students are respected as individuals and receive extensive support in academic and personal matters.
The Economics programme of the University of Konstanz has two objectives. First, to provide students with a modern and comprehensive postgraduate education in economics in line with the highest international standards. Second, to lay the foundations for a wide range of challenging careers in the private and public sectors, for instance, in national and multinational companies, banks, consulting firms, insurance companies, national and local government, research institutes, universities, and international organisations. With a degree from the Department of Economics of the University of Konstanz the foundations for a successful career are laid.
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- Advanced Econometrics
- Advanced Microeconomics
- Advanced Macroeconomics
- Applied Econometrics and Machine Learning
- Financial Econometrics
- Probability Theory and Statistical Inference
- 24 months
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DisciplinesEconomics Finance Econometrics View 73 other Masters in Finance in Germany
- Above average bachelor's degree in economics or a related subject from a recognised university (e.g. business economics, mathematics, natural science, etc.). The grade point average of your bachelor's degree should at least correspond to the German grade 2.5 (good)
- Documentation of your knowledge in mathematics, statistics, or econometrics, obtained during your bachelor's degree
- Curriculum vitae in English and a one-page statement written by you, in English, outlining your suitability and motivation
- Proof of sufficient English language skills
- Two letters of recommendation
- Results of the GRE test
- Application form
- Application (informal) for recognition as a case of hardship (if applicable).
- If you have been enrolled at a German institution of higher education, please submit confirmation of leaving this university
International3328 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 1664 EUR per semester during 24 months.
EU/EEAFreeTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 0 EUR per semester during 24 months.
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