Dirección Postal:
U.Carlos III de Madrid
Calle Madrid, 126
28903 Getafe - Madrid (Spain)

Email:
instituto.economia@uc3m.es

Teléfonos:
(34) 91 624 92 87
(34) 91 624 58 96

Fax:
(34) 91 624 98 72 

Directorio

Laboratorio de Economía Experimental


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Dirección Postal:
U.Carlos III de Madrid
Calle Madrid, 126
28903 Getafe - Madrid (Spain)

Email:
instituto.economia@uc3m.es

Teléfonos:
(34) 91 624 92 87
(34) 91 624 58 96

Fax:
(34) 91 624 98 72 

Directorio

Laboratorio de Economía Experimental


Mapas y Transporte Público

 




 
 






 
 


Master in Economics
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The Master in Economics provides students with a working knowledge of the main tools of quantitative economics. It is directed to graduates in economics, mathematics, and engineering, as well as to graduates in social sciences with a taste for rigorous analysis. The program prepares students to pursue a professional specialization in one of the different fields of economics, leading to a career in government agencies, international organizations, or the private sector. It serves as well as a first step to students who plan to pursue a research career by enrolling into a PHD program in economics.

The Master is a full time one year program (60 ECTS), during which students take 6 mandatory courses in the Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and Econometrics, and complete their studies with three optional specialized courses on the topics of their professional interest. In addition, students must complete a Master’s thesis.

- Web of the Master in Economics


The Master in Economics provides students with a working knowledge of the main tools of quantitative economics. It is directed to graduates in economics, mathematics, and engineering, as well as to graduates in social sciences with a taste for rigorous analysis. The program prepares students to pursue a professional specialization in one of the different fields of economics, leading to a career in government agencies, international organizations, or the private sector. It serves as well as a first step to students who plan to pursue a research career by enrolling into a PHD program in economics.

The Master is a full time one year program (60 ECTS), during which students take 6 mandatory courses in the Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, and Econometrics, and complete their studies with three optional specialized courses on the topics of their professional interest. In addition, students must complete a Master’s thesis.

- Web of the Master in Economics