The Program is offered on a full- and part-time base. The Full-time Program is completed in twelve months while the Part-time Program one in 24 months. In both cases, the completion of the Program entails the attendance and successful passing of exams in five (5) compulsory and five (5) optional courses. The optional courses are chosen from a list of approximately ten courses. The Program is structured in trimesters – three for the Full-time and six for the Part-time.
The Master’s Programme, MSc in International and European Economic Studies, aims at providing specialized studies at the postgraduate level in the main areas of International and European Economic Studies, with the following specializations:
→ International Business Economics
→ European Law & Economics
Students are also required to deliver a compulsory Dissertation to complete their studies. Given that, they are encouraged not to over-burden the last trimester of their studies so as to start in time the preparation of the Dissertation in close collaboration with their supervising professor.