Master [120] in Economics: Econometrics

etri2m  2019-2020  Louvain-la-Neuve

At Louvain-la-Neuve - 120 credits - 2 years - Day schedule - In english
Dissertation/Graduation Project : YES - Internship : NO
Activities in English: YES - Activities in other languages : NO
Activities on other sites : optional
Main study domain : Sciences économiques et de gestion
Organized by: Faculté des sciences économiques, sociales, politiques et de communication (ESPO)
Programme acronym: ETRI2M - Francophone Certification Framework: 7

Introduction

Organised in collaboration with the UNamur and the KULeuven and equivalent to the MPhil programmes of foreign universities (UK, Netherlands, for example), the master in economic sciences, econometrics orientation is designed for students who envisage continuing their training with a third cycle (doctorate) and wish to receive in two years a training in research that will enable them to pursue a doctoral thesis project under ideal conditions. The courses are given in English by researchers who propose advanced questions in topics of pure economics.
THIS PROGRAMME IS GIVEN AND EVALUATED ENTIRELY IN ENGLISH.
 

Your Profile

  • You have good skills in mathematics and statistics and wish to contribute to the analysis of the most recent economic and social questions;
  • you wish to do research and envisage continuing your education with a doctorate;
  • you are interested in pure economics and wish to acquire an analytical expertise on economic matters.

Your Future Job

Our graduates will orient themselves both towards the private sector and towards the public or institutional sector, where they will hold analytical positions and participate in decision-making of all kinds: economic policy decisions or strategic corporate decisions.
 

Your Programme

The master offers you

  • the possibility of composing your programme à la carte to acquire expertise in a specialised area, as a function of your field of research;
  • advanced training in the methodological tools of the economist; many personal works and research seminars on specialised issues;
  • a preparation for writing scientific articles in your area of specialisation;
  • an integration into international research teams for doing your thesis.