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Typical background: Students in the programme usually studied economics and economic way of thinking, and can appreciate the world through an economist’s lens. Basic familiarity with empirical methods is usual.

Programme’s emphasis: The programme deepens the student’s analytical skills in modern standard economics, both theoretical and empirical. Ability to read (and use) modern economic research is strengthened, but relevant literature from other social sciences is also studied. Core courses include Advanced Micro- and Macro-economics, Economic Analysis and Forecasting, Finance, Economic Policy, Quantitative Methods, Industrial Organisation, Game Theory, International Economics and others.

Graduate’s profile: Because of their developed analytical skills, graduates are sought-after by companies in the analytic sector or by departments of major banks (including central banks) and financial houses, as well as the public sector (ministries etc.). International organizations such as the OECD, World Bank, International Monetary Fund are also a perfect match on the job market. Graduates also find it relatively easy to continue to a PhD degree at a good-quality university, domestic as well as international.