After the Master
Learning outcomes and career opportunities
Graduates will be able to collect and analyze quantitative and qualitative information from local, national and international datasets. They will also be able to apply decision methodologies and analysis within full or incomplete information frameworks. Their knowledge of economic phenomena will enable them to relate micro and macro phenomena and to use theoretical and applied (including econometric) tools to analyse economic systems, evaluate and formulate economic policies. Courses aim at providing a sound background in economics and quantitative methods, but also allows a multidisciplinary approach (Historic, legal etc).
The curriculum in Development Economics of the MSc in Economics and Development provides an ideal background for pursuing a PhD programme (in Development Economics and related topics) at leading universities around the world or for work as a professional development economist in national and international agencies, civil service appointments, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and private sector companies with interests in developing countries.
The curriculum in Economics of the MSc in Economics and Development provides an ideal background for pursuing a PhD programme (in Economics and related topics) at leading universities around the world or for work as a professional economist in a wide range of positions in private economic consultancy agencies, business, finance, national and international organisations and governments.
To have ideas of what our graduates do after the Master, please visit the links with some Testimonials of the MSc!