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M. Sc. Empirical Economics and Policy Advice

The Master’s program “Empirical Economics and Policy Advice” is an innovative program that offers an excellent methodical education as well as a broad range of interdisciplinary compulsory modules.

All information regarding this unique study program is provided on this website.

  • Overview

    Name of the program: Master of Science Empirical Economics and Policy Advice
  • Degree: Master of Science
  • Range: Range: 120 credit points
  • Standard study period: 4 semesters
  • Start: Summer and winter semester
  • Study fee: none
  • Admission: limited admission, Uni-NC
  • Specific admission requirements: Yes [more...]
  • Faculty: Faculty of Law and Economics
  • Institut: Department of Economics

Study Content and Structure

The Master‘s program “Empirical Economics and Policy Advice” is a unique combination of interdisciplinary content. Economic theory, empirical methods and policy advice are the three theoretical building blocks of the study program. These subject areas are supplemented by a broad range of practical work, which optimally prepare our students for their professional life.

Cooperation and Practice

The Master’s program “Empirical Economics and Policy Advice” is carried out jointly by Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg and the Halle Institute for Economic Research (IWH) - Member of the Leibniz Association
 
Both partners closely collaborate in teaching and, thereby, students get an uniquely high proportion of practical training. Employees of the IWH are deeply involved in teaching and also supervise students in IWH-internal internships. Such a combination of theoretical education and practice-oriented research is unique in Germany. 

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Application and Admission

The Master‘s program “Empirical Economics and Policy Advice” has limited admission (internal NC). The course can be started both in winter and in summer semester. The application deadline for the spring semester is January 15 and for the fall semester July 15.