One-year Master Programs in Economics and Finance
Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (Barcelona, Spain)
Start date: Oct 01, 2013
End date: Jun 30, 2014
Application Deadline: not specified
Type of Course: Master Program
Study Options: not specified
Entry Requirements: Undergraduate/Bachelor degree in Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Engineering and other social sciences with a good command in quantitative skills. - Outstanding academic record - Proof of English command (TOEFL, IELS, etc) - GRE/GMAT (optional)
Course Fees: not specified
Date of appearance on October 10, 2012
URL for further information: http://bit.ly/SJe7DS
Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
Ramon Trias Fargas, 25-27
Rigorous one-year master programs in Economics and Finance, taught in English by top international faculty
The Barcelona Graduate School of Economics is one of the leading institutions in economics that promotes cutting edge research and graduate education in cooperation with its four founding academic institutions (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, CSIC and CREI).
To teach and train graduate students committed to understanding and contributing to the complex economic and financial processes of an increasingly global society.
- To offer challenging and stimulating programs that provide students with rigorous knowledge to access to qualified jobs or doctoral study in top institutions worldwide.
- To support and promote research to the forefront of the social science excellence
Rigorous one-year, full-time master programs taught by internationally renowned professors that challenge students to develop analytical skills and independent thinking.
Barcelona GSE students are characterized by their outstanding academic backgrounds and their commitment to excel in graduate studies. The Class of 2012 is including 60 different nationalities and brings to the classroom an enriching mixture of professional backgrounds, cultural perspectives, and personal experiences.
Academic Background: Economics and Finance, Management, Business, Mathematics, Engineering and Social Sciences.
Undergraduate/Bachelor degree in Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Engineering and other social sciences with a good command in quantitative skills.
- Outstanding academic record
- Proof of English command (TOEFL, IELS, etc)
- GRE/GMAT (optional)
- Letters of references (optional)
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