Master in Economics - Economic Analysis and European Policy

General

Program Description

The Master in Economics trains students to become applied
economists, policy makers, consultants and business
professionals in sectors and jobs requiring technical and
analytical skills. It provides them with up-to-date quantitative
and conceptual tools for economic, statistical and
financial analysis, and prepares them for policy and
business practice. The programme has a strong European
flavour, which manifests itself in specialised courses (such as
European competition policy) or in the careful consideration,
in other courses, of the specifics of the European dimension.
The Master in ‘Economic Analysis and European Policy‘ covers
the full range of economic issues (employment, competition,
growth, development, redistribution etc.) and policy-making
challenges, from individual sectors to the national and even
worldwide levels.

Placement

Our graduates typically find work as applied economists, policy
makers, consultants and business professionals in sectors and
jobs requiring advanced knowledge of how the economy works
and strong technical and analytical skills, including:
›› Executive, analyst or project manager in national and
international public or private organisations, including
NGOs
›› Strategy or economic consultant
›› Auditing and management control
›› Business analyst and IT consultant
›› Regulator or analyst in policy think tanks
›› Executive in the financial, industrial and service sectors

Fact Sheet:

  • 120 credits
  • English ( 90%) - French (10%)
  • Eligible for exchange programme
  • Eligible for double degree (LUISS Guido Carli, Italy)
  • Eligible for QTEM network
  • Eligible for credited internship

Requirements

https://sbsem.ulb.be/admission-requirements-other-diploma

More information

https://www.ulb.be/en/programme/ma-econ

Last updated Apr 2020

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About the School

Created in 1903 by Ernest Solvay, the famous Belgian chemical industrial of his times, Solvay Brussels School is the faculty of Economics and Management of the Université libre de Bruxelles, one of th ... Read More

Created in 1903 by Ernest Solvay, the famous Belgian chemical industrial of his times, Solvay Brussels School is the faculty of Economics and Management of the Université libre de Bruxelles, one of the largest universities in Belgium. Read less
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