The Master in Economics has a strong international focus - so you will get to know new cultures and languages in addition to economic expertise, benefit from the different academic backgrounds of your fellow students and build an international network from the first day of your studies. You can also look forward to renowned economics teachers, an extensive range of interdisciplinary events, and one of the most beautiful study locations in Germany.
The minimum requirements for admission in M.Sc Economics at Albert-Ludwigs-University for all applicants (Domestic or International) are:
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ECTS Points: 120
In the Economics Master you can choose between three profiles:
While the Economics and Politics profile focuses on understanding economic systems and the interaction between economics and politics, the Finance profile focuses on the functioning of modern financial markets and financial institutions. The Information Systems and Network Economics (ISNE) profile deals with the economics of networked systems and addresses special topics such as security on the Internet, electronic markets, telematics, and strategic management. Fundamentally, regardless of your chosen profile, you will deal with macro and microeconomics as well as economic policy and public choice theory. In the field of quantitative economics, you will also complete courses in econometrics and computational economics regardless of your profile lines.