The MEF provides students with the necessary analytical and theoretical foundations for both entering into a PhD program and working in companies that look for rigorously trained specialists (national or international organizations, central banks).
1. Holding a bachelors (undergraduate) degree, or international equivalent in subjects such as Economics, Business Administration, Engineering, Mathematics, Computer Science, Physics or similar degrees.
2. Command and certification of English language.
Students with previous knowledge of Economics, Business Administration, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics or similar degrees. It is advisable for students to have an intellectual interest to acquire the tools necessary for in depth scientific study, which requires command of the English language.
Mathematical analysis for economic research (3,5 ETCS)
Econometrics I: Advanced Econometrics (3,5 ETCS)
Econometrics II: Microeconometrics (3,5 ETCS)
Microeconomics I: General equilibrium and welfare analysis (3,5 ETCS)
Macroeconomics I: Advanced Macroeconomics (3,5 ETCS)
Microeconomics II: Industrial Economics (3,5 ETCS)
Finance I: Investment theory under uncertainty (3,5 ETCS)
Finance II: Financial risk management (3,5 ETCS)
Finance III: Financial econometrics (3,5 ETCS)
Monetary and open-economy macroeconomics (3,5 ETCS)
Corporate Finance and Governance (3,5 ETCS)
Financial decision-making (3,5 ETCS)
Policy Evaluation - Development Economics (3,5 ETCS)
Research project (8,5 ETCS)
You will be able to work in the labor market needs professionals with a sound base, both in economic analysis and financial theory. The Master in Economics and Finance is ideal for people who wish to work both in the field of research and in the professional world.
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