About the programme

The Master of Economic Policy has an international profile, and focuses on policy-related scientific research. The two modules allow you to shape the programme according to your interests. 

 During the programme, you'll have plenty of opportunities to integrate practical experience by following guest lectures, taking part in a Career Development Track, attending job fairs, etc.


Besides the four compulsory courses, you can choose one of two modules. Each has a set curriculum.  

Compulsory courses

  • Applied Welfare Economics
  • Macroeconomic policy
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Research Methods in Economics

Two modules

You have a choice between:

  • Public Policy: this module focuses on public policies in, for example, labor, environment, health, inequality, and education, emphasizing both efficiency and equity.
  • Macroeconomic Policy and Financial Markets: this module focuses on monetary policy, public finance, financial regulation, and financial economics

Find out more in this video.

Master's Thesis

The Master’s Thesis is the crowning piece of an academic Master curriculum. Here, you demonstrate your in-depth knowledge of the foundations, structures, and methodologies underpinning the Economic Policy program.

Read some previous examples of Master's thesis written by our students

Evidence-based approach

We build on the latest academic insights and up-to-date research methods, to provide you with evidence-based policy analyses and the ability to design policy solutions for a complex, continuously changing environment.

Practical information

Ready to apply?

Great! If you meet the entry and language requirements, you can apply for this one-year Master's programme. Even if you don't meet all the requirements, you might be able to start if you follow a preparatory programme. Do keep in mind the deadlines!