- Holders of a first university degree including at least the following subjects :
- Microeconomics (5 credits)
- Macroeconomics (5 credits)
- Statistics in Economics and Management II (5 credits)
- Mathematics in Economics and Management II (5 credits)
- Econometrics (5 credits)
- One course from : Public Economics (5 credits), Industrial Economics (5 credits), European Economics (5 credits), Game Theory and Information Economics (5 credits)
Remark; To follow one of our Master in Economics, a good level in English is mandatory. A proof of capacity to attend class in English MUST be added to the application file:
- Or an official transcript of records proving that you followed at least 3 economics courses in English during your previous studies.
- Or the results of an English test with at least a B2 level according to the EU Framework.
Belgian degree, European citizenship
- Bachelor, non-UCL
- Non-university bachelor
(BA ingénieur commercial, BA gestion de
l'entreprise, BA en gestion publique)
With application file, including following documents;
- Admission request form
- Transcript of records of all previous university years
- Copy of your latest degree
File to be sent by e-mail to Marie Gilot
Deadline: September 15th
Online admission form
A confirmation e-mail will be sent afterwards, with list of documents to provide.
Request is managed by the UCL Registration office.
- non-EU Citizen, living abroad: April 30th
- EU Citizen, living abroad: August 31st
- All citizenship, living in Belgium: September 15th
It is up to the academic coordinator to agree both equivalences between subjects and any additional components.
If the total of prerequisite subjects is more than 15 credits, entry to the Master programme is conditional on the successful completion of a preparatory year and gaining a maximum of 60 credits.
- Registration at UCL
- Tuition fees
- Documents to provide
- UCL accomodation service