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Economics Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree

Please note that:

  • International students that aim to study in English can choose courses from all Faculties and levels (Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree) without restrictions.
  • The academic offer might be modified due to academic reasons.
  • The activation of electives is subject to the required mininum of participants.
  • Electives belong both to the Bacherlor’s and Master’s Degree.
  • By clicking on the course’s name, the corresponding syllabus will be displayed.
  • Courses are only offered in the specified  semester (1st/2nd/annual). Please mind the semester.

The Faculty of Economics provides the following courses taught in English:

1st/Fall semester ONLY (September/December) 
Component code
Courses
Semester Credits Level
Accounting  1st/Fall 8 Bachelor’s Degree

1st  year

From AY 2022/23

Microeconomics 1st/Fall 8 Bachelor’s Degree

1st year

From AY 2022/23

Principles of Private Law 1st/Fall  6 for one semester or 8 for annual subject Bachelor’s Degree

1st year

From AY 2022/23

Mathematics 1st/Fall 8 Bachelor’s Degree

1st year

From AY 2022/23

Philosophy and Economics 1st/Fall 6 for one semester or 12 for annual subject Bachelor’s Degree

1st year

From AY 2022/23

663 Operations Management 1st/Fall 7 Bachelor’s Degree

3rd year

1261 Business evaluation 1st/Fall 6 Bachelor’s Degree

3rd year

1253 Statistics for business 1st/Fall 6 Bachelor’s Degree

3rd year

Money and Financial Markets 1st/Fall 8 Master’s Degree

1st year

From AY 2022/23

1244 Monetary policy 1st/Fall 8 Master’s Degree

1st year

1377 History of innovation and Economic thought 1st/Fall 8 Master’s Degree

1st year

 1389 Human resources  management 1st/Fall 6 Master’s Degree

1st year

1243 Economics and Ethics 1st/Fall 6 Master’s Degree

1st year

1274 European and international tax law 1st/Fall 6 Elective
1426 International Macroeconomics and Finance 1st/Fall 6 Elective
1378 English for Business** 1st/Fall 6 Master’s Degree

1st year

**English for Business: this course brings students from a B1 to a B2 English level. Therefore, only students with a B1 level are allowed to participate in this course. Students who already have a B2 level are not allowed to take part. At the end of this course, the grade will be “Satisfactory/not satisfactory”, instead of a numerical grade.

2nd/Spring semester ONLY (February/May) 
Component code
Courses Semester Credits Level
Philosophy and Economics 2nd/Spring 6 for one semester or 12 for annual subject Bachelor’s Degree

1st year

From AY 2022/23

Principles of Private Law 2nd/Spring  6 for one semester or 8 for annual subject Bachelor’s Degree

1st year

From AY 2022/23

Business Informatics 2nd/Spring 3 Bachelor’s Degree

1st year

From AY 2022/23

1254 Economic History 2nd/Spring 8 Bachelor’s Degree

3rd year

1259 Organisational Behaviour 2nd/Spring 6 Bachelor’s Degree

3rd year

1252 Marketing management 2nd/Spring 8 Bachelor’s Degree

3rd year

Empirical Analysis of Financial Markets  2nd/Spring 8 Master’s Degree

1st year

From AY 2022/23

1239 Applied Econometrics 2nd/Spring 8 Master’s Degree

1st year

1428 Entreprise risk management 2nd/Spring 6 Master’s Degree

1st year

1246 Market Law and Regulation  2nd/Spring 8 Master’s Degree

1st year

1256 Management Skills Lab 2nd/Spring 6 Master’s Degree

1st year

1266 Digital communication 2nd/Spring 6 Elective
153 English language**  2nd/Spring 6 Bachelor’s Degree

1st year

 

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