Advanced master in International and Development Economics [60.0] - ECON2MC
The objective of this programme is to make a contribution to the training of players, both current and future, in economic policy.
The programme is taught entirely in English.
There is a triple approach to the programme. First, it deals with questions of macroeconomic and commercial policy relative to growth and better integration of the economy within the global market. Second, it examines the institutional structures necessary for the effective working of a market economy and the issue of their adequacy for specific national contexts. Finally, it analyzes the effects of various policies on poverty and inequality and studies ways of reducing these problems.
This triple approach is designed to provide students with the most global view possible of economic problems. It aims to enable them to acquire a method of scientific, realistic and original analysis of what is economically, socially and politically possible to promote economic and social progress.
The programme meets the often-repeated demand, voiced by governments, international organizations and the academic community, to find men and women
The programme also aims to satisfy the wish of many students and young people in a professional capacity
The Advanced Master in International Economics and Development is an inter-university programme organized in the framework of the Economics School of Louvain (ESL) which groups together the Departments of Economics at UCL and the Facultés Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix (FUNDP) in Namur. The programme benefits from the support of the Standing Committee for University Co-operation towards Development (CUD).
Most of the courses are held in Namur. Courses are held at Louvain-la-Neuve one day of the week. (In the detailed programme, the Namur courses are prefixed FUNDP.)
The Advanced Master in International Economics and Development is a programme of 60 credits in one year, taught one year in French and the following year in English. It comprises a refresher course, courses and seminars on three areas of study, optional subjects and the production of a dissertation (individual project).
The details of the programme for the Advanced Master are available at :
The foundation course takes place at the beginning of the first semester. A minimum of three courses are held in the first semester (usually one per module). Dissertations should be completed before the June examination session.
This programme is a Master following a 2nd cycle degree. Exceptionally, some students may go on to a doctorate.
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