ENTER our Exchange
The first year of study is devoted to the foundation courses in mathematics, microeconomics, macroeconomics, and statistics and econometrics. Students are also encouraged to participate in research seminars, so that they become acquainted with the frontier of economic research.
Second year training is based on a combination of advanced field courses (in, for instance, macroeconomics, microeconomics, game theory, or development, health, public and information economics) and a personal research project (the master thesis). The typical class size is 15 students.
Students must apply at the university in which they would like to start their studies. Once admitted in the program, they must contact the local ENTER coordinator, who will help them set up the exchange.
For more detailed information, see at each university.