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University of Bonn

Bonn

Economics

Subjects: Economics,Business

M.Sc. | Master of Science

⏳  Duration
4 Semesters
🔠 Teaching Language
English
💶  Application Fee non-EU
No information

💶  Cost per Semester
323 EUR

💶  Tuition Fees per Semester
No information
⏱️ Application Deadline Summer
No information

⏱️ Application Deadline Winter
31.03.

Course description

The English-language Master's degree program in Economics equips students with the analytical and methodological expertise needed to tackle key social challenges. This program is grounded in theory, research-focused, and spans all areas of economics. It emphasizes advanced mathematical, statistical, and econometric skills, enabling students to grasp complex economic models and evaluate the relevance and limitations of economic theories. Students delve into current topics and debates in economic research, gaining the opportunity to apply their knowledge to a broad spectrum of economic issues. The program fosters a deep understanding of economic models and equips students to critically assess various economic theories. Through this comprehensive approach, students are prepared to address and solve pressing economic problems with confidence and competence.

Program Information

Study Location Bonn
Start Semester Winter
Study Form Full-time
Study Type Postgraduate
Teaching Language English
Dual No
Remote No
Application Fee non-EU No information
Study Length 4 Semesters
Tuition Fees per Semester No information
Cost per Semester 323 EUR
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⏱️ Application Start Summer
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⏱️ Application Deadline Summer
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⏱️ Application Start Winter
01.02.

⏱️ Application Deadline Winter
31.03.

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Language Requirements

CEFR B2
IELTS 6.0
Cambridge (CAE) No information
TOEFL IBT 87

proof of English proficiency at level B2 CEFR by means of either: a TOEFL test score (preferably of 87 or higher). If you want to have ETS send the TOEFL test scores directly to us, please use the following code number: 7156 (University of Bonn, MSc in Economics); an IELTS test score (preferably of 6.0 or higher); other internationally recognized language certificates, e.g. the Cambridge English First (FCE); a document issued by your home university certifying that English was the medium of instruction; an Abiturzeugnis if it proves an English language proficiency at B2 level CEFR;

Qualification Requirements

A Bachelor degree in Economics or an equivalent degree, e.g. a Bachelor degree in a related field with a focus on quantitative economics. A final Bachelor grade “good” or better, i.e. at least equivalent to the German grade 2.3. A solid quantitative background, i.e. in mathematics (differential and integral calculus, linear algebra), statistical methods (descriptive and inferential statistics) and econometrics. An adequate knowledge of English at level B2 CEFR, proven in one of the following ways: IELTS test score (preferably 6.0 or higher), TOEFL test score (preferably 87 or higher), Cambridge English First (FCE). Applicants who have received a degree from a study program taught entirely in English can ask their university to certify that English was the only medium of instruction in their program.regulations

Document Requirements

Bachelor degree certificate, including a certified translation if it is not in German or English. Students who have not received their degree certificate prior to the application deadline may submit it upon receipt; academic transcripts of the relevant Bachelor, including a certified translation if it is not in German or English. The transcript of records has to include the names of the courses and their grades; an up-to-date and complete curriculum vitae (in English or German). We do not require a specific format one letter of recommendation: Please ask your professor to provide a confidential letter of recommendation (she/he will receive an automatically generated e-mail with instructions and an upload link within 24 hours of the application's submission). We will not accept the letter if it does not meet all of the formal requirements detailed below. proof of English proficiency at level B2 CEFR by means of either: a TOEFL test score (preferably of 87 or higher). If you want to have ETS send the TOEFL test scores directly to us, please use the following code number: 7156 (University of Bonn, MSc in Economics); an IELTS test score (preferably of 6.0 or higher); other internationally recognized language certificates, e.g. the Cambridge English First (FCE); a document issued by your home university certifying that English was the medium of instruction; an Abiturzeugnis if it proves an English language proficiency at B2 level CEFR; a bibliography, i.e. a list of the 10-15 most important books and articles used in your study program – you put the list together yourself, there is no form for it. If you are unsure, please consult this detailed guide. APS certificate (applicants with degrees from Chinese, Vietnamese and Indian universities): Applicants who have both the original APS certificate and the "Nachzertifizierung" are required to submit both. For more information, please consult our FAQ; GRE test scores (not mandatory): Good quantitative reasoning scores in the GRE test can improve the chances of being admitted, especially for candidates who received their degreee from universities outside the EU. Applicants who want to have ETS send the GRE test scores directly to us can use the following code number: 7156 (University of Bonn, MSc in Economics).

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