Economics (E) - Master

 

KU Leuven
The Master of Economics programme offers students with a bachelor's degree a theoretical framework, allowing them to provide well-grounded answers to socio-economic questions.
As an economist, you will observe the various players (individuals, companies, domestic and foreign governments) and their interactions within the global economy.
You will be able to interpret the general economic situation in a wider social and legal context.

Profile

You have an interest in the dynamics of economy and society. You have an ability to analyse, synthesise and interpret. You have a positive scientific attitude and you are critical and creative. 
Students should have a solid academic background in economics or business, including the most important domains in economics or business/management (such as macro and microeconomics), mathematics and statistics. Students should also be familiar with more general themes necessary for understanding the evolutions in the business world and be able to relate these evolutions to the broader social, juridical, political and social context.


Universiteit Gent
The master’s programme has, in addition to a common part with general courses, four majors that allow you to tailor your curriculum, according to your own interests. You can choose three courses from one major and an elective course from a broad range of courses. The common part deepens your knowledge of microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics in three advanced courses: Decision theory, Business cycles, innovation and growth, and Time series analysis.
The major Globalisation includes a series of courses where the international aspects are central (both economic, financial, institutional, and political and environmental aspects). It concerns Institutional economics, Modern trade theory, Environmental and energy policy, Economics of development, and International banking. This major aims at students interested in the international economic field.
The major Financial institutions and markets aims at students who aspire a job in the financial sector. The following courses are covered: Economics of banking, Economics of financial markets, International banking, and Investment analysis.
The major Economic Policy offers several policy-oriented courses: Public economics, Fiscal policy, and Environmental and energy policy. This major aims at students who aspire a job in the economic policy field, in the very broad sense of the word (not only government, but also social partners, central banking, international organisations, financial institutions …).
The major Research focuses in particular to those students who want to continue later in the scientific economic research: at a university (doctorate), in various research services or other research institutions. The courses are oriented in advanced micro- and macro-economics and advanced econometrics: Equilibrum and dynamics, Game theory and asymmetric information, and Non-linear methods.
Finally, the master’s dissertation is a very important element. Via that dissertation you can show that you are able to apply the acquired knowledge to a problem independently.


Studiepunten

60

Economics (E) - Master

 

KU Leuven
The Master of Economics programme offers students with a bachelor's degree a theoretical framework, allowing them to provide well-grounded answers to socio-economic questions.
As an economist, you will observe the various players (individuals, companies, domestic and foreign governments) and their interactions within the global economy.
You will be able to interpret the general economic situation in a wider social and legal context.

Profile

You have an interest in the dynamics of economy and society. You have an ability to analyse, synthesise and interpret. You have a positive scientific attitude and you are critical and creative. 
Students should have a solid academic background in economics or business, including the most important domains in economics or business/management (such as macro and microeconomics), mathematics and statistics. Students should also be familiar with more general themes necessary for understanding the evolutions in the business world and be able to relate these evolutions to the broader social, juridical, political and social context.


Universiteit Gent
The master’s programme has, in addition to a common part with general courses, four majors that allow you to tailor your curriculum, according to your own interests. You can choose three courses from one major and an elective course from a broad range of courses. The common part deepens your knowledge of microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics in three advanced courses: Decision theory, Business cycles, innovation and growth, and Time series analysis.
The major Globalisation includes a series of courses where the international aspects are central (both economic, financial, institutional, and political and environmental aspects). It concerns Institutional economics, Modern trade theory, Environmental and energy policy, Economics of development, and International banking. This major aims at students interested in the international economic field.
The major Financial institutions and markets aims at students who aspire a job in the financial sector. The following courses are covered: Economics of banking, Economics of financial markets, International banking, and Investment analysis.
The major Economic Policy offers several policy-oriented courses: Public economics, Fiscal policy, and Environmental and energy policy. This major aims at students who aspire a job in the economic policy field, in the very broad sense of the word (not only government, but also social partners, central banking, international organisations, financial institutions …).
The major Research focuses in particular to those students who want to continue later in the scientific economic research: at a university (doctorate), in various research services or other research institutions. The courses are oriented in advanced micro- and macro-economics and advanced econometrics: Equilibrum and dynamics, Game theory and asymmetric information, and Non-linear methods.
Finally, the master’s dissertation is a very important element. Via that dissertation you can show that you are able to apply the acquired knowledge to a problem independently.


Studiepunten

60

Taal

TOELATINGSVOORWAARDEN

Het bezit van de graad van bachelor, verworven in een academische gerichte bacheloropleiding, geeft recht op een rechtstreekse toegang tot minstens één masteropleiding.
Andere manieren om van een bachelor door te stromen naar een master:

  • na een professioneel gerichte bacheloropleiding dient er een schakelprogramma te worden gevolgd. 
  • na een academische bacheloropleiding met een andere kwalificatie dient er eventueel een voorbereidingsprogramma te worden gevolgd.

Extra taalvoorwaarden voor internationale studenten

De onderwijsinstellingen kunnen het slagen in een examen in de onderwijstaal opleggen als toelatingseis voor houders van een buitenlands diploma.
Meer info vind u bij de organiserende onderwijsinstellingen en onder het tabblaadje 'International students'.

Situering

Opleiding: Economics (E) 

Studieniveau: Master - HO

Specificatie: Master of Science

Studiegebied: Economische en Toegepaste economische wetenschappen

Belangstellingsdomeinen: Handel-zaken, Overtuigen-besturen, Sociale wetenschappen, Wiskunde-cijferwerk,

Schoolvakken SO: Economie, Toegepaste economie,

Vervolgopleidingen

Na een masteropleiding kan je, binnen het hoger onderwijs, verder studeren in:


een master-na-master

Volgende Ma-na-Ma's sluiten aan op Economics (E)


Eventueel zijn er nog andere mogelijkheden op basis van uw gevolgd studietraject. Raadpleeg de hogeschool voor meer informatie.


een postgraduaat

De toelating tot een postgraduaat verschilt per opleiding. Raadpleeg de toelatingsvoorwaarden per opleiding.


een bachelor-na-bachelor

Verder studeren kan ook in een Ba-na-Ba. De toelatingsvoorwaarden kunnen verschillen per opleiding.


een specifieke lerarenopleiding

Als je leraar wilt worden kan je een specifieke lerarenopleiding volgen.


Er zijn ook nog na- of bijscholingen. Sommige studenten komen in aanmerking voor een doctoraat.

Instellingen

    
Naamsestraat 22  3000 Leuven
016 32 40 10    


Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 33  9000 Gent
09 331 00 31    


Beroepsuitwegen

As a graduates of this Master’s programme, you will have a very informed perspective on society as a whole. Moreover, you will be equipped to address a variety of social problems in an economically and socially sound way.
Thanks to the expertise and flexibility you will have acquired, you will be qualified for employment in a variety of fields.
The following career options are well-suited to the skills developed in this programme:
- Policy development in sectors in which decision-making is highly dependent on the external economic context: government research centres, professional associations, large enterprises and international organisations.
- Problem solution and implementation in managerial positions involving external communication, i.e. government departments, public institutions, international organisations, financial services, companies and social organisations.
- Critical reflection on and transfer of knowledge in education and basic scientific research.
- External communication, journalism and public relations in companies and social organisations.

Hier een overzicht van mogelijke aansluitende beroepen uit de beroependatabase van onderwijskiezer. 
Er kunnen steeds nog andere mogelijkheden zijn.
Klik op een beroep voor meer informatie.

Mogelijke beroepen

Accountmanager in de financiële sector
Administratief en financieel verantwoordelijke
Adviseur bedrijfsorganisatie en management
Adviseur financieel vermogen
Adviseur kredieten
Agent financiële markten
Beheerder back- en middle office financiële markten
Kantoorhouder bankfiliaal
Marketingmanager
Medewerker voor socio-economische studies
Ontwikkelaar financiële producten
Ontwikkelaar verzekeringsproducten


Gegevens bijgewerkt tot 21-09-2017

Economics (E) - Master

 

KU Leuven
The Master of Economics programme offers students with a bachelor's degree a theoretical framework, allowing them to provide well-grounded answers to socio-economic questions.
As an economist, you will observe the various players (individuals, companies, domestic and foreign governments) and their interactions within the global economy.
You will be able to interpret the general economic situation in a wider social and legal context.

Profile

You have an interest in the dynamics of economy and society. You have an ability to analyse, synthesise and interpret. You have a positive scientific attitude and you are critical and creative. 
Students should have a solid academic background in economics or business, including the most important domains in economics or business/management (such as macro and microeconomics), mathematics and statistics. Students should also be familiar with more general themes necessary for understanding the evolutions in the business world and be able to relate these evolutions to the broader social, juridical, political and social context.


Universiteit Gent
The master’s programme has, in addition to a common part with general courses, four majors that allow you to tailor your curriculum, according to your own interests. You can choose three courses from one major and an elective course from a broad range of courses. The common part deepens your knowledge of microeconomics, macroeconomics and econometrics in three advanced courses: Decision theory, Business cycles, innovation and growth, and Time series analysis.
The major Globalisation includes a series of courses where the international aspects are central (both economic, financial, institutional, and political and environmental aspects). It concerns Institutional economics, Modern trade theory, Environmental and energy policy, Economics of development, and International banking. This major aims at students interested in the international economic field.
The major Financial institutions and markets aims at students who aspire a job in the financial sector. The following courses are covered: Economics of banking, Economics of financial markets, International banking, and Investment analysis.
The major Economic Policy offers several policy-oriented courses: Public economics, Fiscal policy, and Environmental and energy policy. This major aims at students who aspire a job in the economic policy field, in the very broad sense of the word (not only government, but also social partners, central banking, international organisations, financial institutions …).
The major Research focuses in particular to those students who want to continue later in the scientific economic research: at a university (doctorate), in various research services or other research institutions. The courses are oriented in advanced micro- and macro-economics and advanced econometrics: Equilibrum and dynamics, Game theory and asymmetric information, and Non-linear methods.
Finally, the master’s dissertation is a very important element. Via that dissertation you can show that you are able to apply the acquired knowledge to a problem independently.


Studiepunten

60

Taal

TOELATINGSVOORWAARDEN

Het bezit van de graad van bachelor, verworven in een academische gerichte bacheloropleiding, geeft recht op een rechtstreekse toegang tot minstens één masteropleiding.
Andere manieren om van een bachelor door te stromen naar een master:

  • na een professioneel gerichte bacheloropleiding dient er een schakelprogramma te worden gevolgd. 
  • na een academische bacheloropleiding met een andere kwalificatie dient er eventueel een voorbereidingsprogramma te worden gevolgd.

Extra taalvoorwaarden voor internationale studenten

De onderwijsinstellingen kunnen het slagen in een examen in de onderwijstaal opleggen als toelatingseis voor houders van een buitenlands diploma.
Meer info vind u bij de organiserende onderwijsinstellingen en onder het tabblaadje 'International students'.

Situering

Opleiding: Economics (E) 

Studieniveau: Master - HO

Specificatie: Master of Science

Studiegebied: Economische en Toegepaste economische wetenschappen

Belangstellingsdomeinen: Handel-zaken, Overtuigen-besturen, Sociale wetenschappen, Wiskunde-cijferwerk,

Schoolvakken SO: Economie, Toegepaste economie,

Vervolgopleidingen

Na een masteropleiding kan je, binnen het hoger onderwijs, verder studeren in:


een master-na-master

Volgende Ma-na-Ma's sluiten aan op Economics (E)


Eventueel zijn er nog andere mogelijkheden op basis van uw gevolgd studietraject. Raadpleeg de hogeschool voor meer informatie.


een postgraduaat

De toelating tot een postgraduaat verschilt per opleiding. Raadpleeg de toelatingsvoorwaarden per opleiding.


een bachelor-na-bachelor

Verder studeren kan ook in een Ba-na-Ba. De toelatingsvoorwaarden kunnen verschillen per opleiding.


een specifieke lerarenopleiding

Als je leraar wilt worden kan je een specifieke lerarenopleiding volgen.


Er zijn ook nog na- of bijscholingen. Sommige studenten komen in aanmerking voor een doctoraat.

Instellingen

    
Naamsestraat 22  3000 Leuven
016 32 40 10    


Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 33  9000 Gent
09 331 00 31    


Beroepsuitwegen

As a graduates of this Master’s programme, you will have a very informed perspective on society as a whole. Moreover, you will be equipped to address a variety of social problems in an economically and socially sound way.
Thanks to the expertise and flexibility you will have acquired, you will be qualified for employment in a variety of fields.
The following career options are well-suited to the skills developed in this programme:
- Policy development in sectors in which decision-making is highly dependent on the external economic context: government research centres, professional associations, large enterprises and international organisations.
- Problem solution and implementation in managerial positions involving external communication, i.e. government departments, public institutions, international organisations, financial services, companies and social organisations.
- Critical reflection on and transfer of knowledge in education and basic scientific research.
- External communication, journalism and public relations in companies and social organisations.

Hier een overzicht van mogelijke aansluitende beroepen uit de beroependatabase van onderwijskiezer. 
Er kunnen steeds nog andere mogelijkheden zijn.
Klik op een beroep voor meer informatie.

Mogelijke beroepen

Accountmanager in de financiële sector
Administratief en financieel verantwoordelijke
Adviseur bedrijfsorganisatie en management
Adviseur financieel vermogen
Adviseur kredieten
Agent financiële markten
Beheerder back- en middle office financiële markten
Kantoorhouder bankfiliaal
Marketingmanager
Medewerker voor socio-economische studies
Ontwikkelaar financiële producten
Ontwikkelaar verzekeringsproducten


Gegevens bijgewerkt tot 21-09-2017