Economics and Public Policy

Master in Public Policy: Economics and Public Policy, semesters 3 and 4, years 2015-2017

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8 July, 2016

Programme 2015-2017

Master in Public Policy: Economics and Public Policy, semester 2, years 2015-2017

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18 February, 2016

Programme 2015-2017

Common core Curriculum courses (Please select 1 course)*
Courses Hours / semester ECTS
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Master in Public Policy: Economics and Public Policy, semester 1, years 2015-2017

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18 February, 2016

Programme 2015-2017

Common Core Curriculum Courses (Please select 1 course)*
Courses Hours / semester

Personal Project

The fourth and last semester is dedicated to a personal project. Students choose one of the following options.

Internship

The internship must have a minimum duration of 14 consecutive weeks and cannot last more than 6 months. It must be a full-time internship within a single institution. The missions must be in line with the academic program and the student's professional project.

For more information on finding an internship and required formalities, visit our career center's website:

Master in Public Policy: Economics and Public Policy, semesters 3 and 4

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26 September, 2016

Programme 2016-2018

Master in Public Policy: Economics and Public Policy, semester 2

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22 December, 2016

Programme 2016-2018

In accordance with sections 1, 4 and 5 of the

Master in Public Policy: Economics and Public Policy, semester 1

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14 September, 2016

Programme 2016-2018

Policy streams

In addition to the School of Public Affairs' core courses, students are required to choose one policy stream among the following.

Economics and Public Policy

General Objective

The policy stream Economics and Public Policy (EPP) is designed to prepare the next generation of leaders in economic policy-making both at European and national level. It provides highly skilled economists with rigorous analytical and quantitative knowledge and professional skills applied to a variety of policies, from competition policy and regulation, monetary, financial and fiscal policy to employment and social policy.