You can find the times and rooms of classes in the course catalogue and descriptions of the classes in the module handbook.
You do not have to register for classes beforehand.
The four-semester, 120 ECTS programme is divided into five modules. Each class belongs to a module.
- Module 1: advanced skills in empirical methods
- Module 2: foundational classes in Economics
- Module 3: foundational classes in Political science
- Module 4: advanced seminars from Economics and Political Science
- Module 5: Master’s thesis
Structure of the programme
Research Design I
Advanced Microeconomics I or Advanced Macroeconomics I (Students with a Bachelor in Political Science can choose Microeconomics II instead of Adv. Microeconomics)
International Relations and European Integration
Comparative Public Policy and Politics
Research Design II (quantitative) or Applied Econometrics (taken during your third semester)
Microeconomics II (instead of Adv. Microeconomics for students with a Bachelor in Political Science)
International Organizations and International Political Economy or Comparative Political Economy
One advanced seminar
Applied Econometrics, if you did not take Research Design II in Semester 2
Two advanced seminars