Admissions are made on the basis of academic potential to meet the Program’s high demands.
Applicants are required to have:
1. Degree from an accredited University in scientific fields like Economics, International and European Economic Studies, Regional Economics, Finance, Statistics, Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, Informatics.
2. Certificate of strong command of the English language (Level C1 or C2)
Selection of candidates is based on:
- Academic performance (e.g. first degree origin, grade, years for completion, etc.)
- Certificate of English proficiency (Level C2/C1) (e.g. TOEFL with a grade greater than 79, IELTS with a grade greater than 7, TOEIC with a grade greater than 785, etc)
- Academic recommendations
- Personal interview
Students that have not completed their undergraduate studies during the period of the selection process can take part in the process on the condition that, if selected, they must complete their undergraduate studies before the beginning of the Program.