A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.
A degree in International Economics provides in-depth training in the interaction of different economies, the behavior of global markets and trade. The program focuses on the teaching of principal macroeconomic theory as well as trade and policy theory. Often the program will include a strong course in econometrics in order to understand the nature of economic understanding.
The china higher education for a couple of years has been voted as one of the best among the Asian countries. This country has over 150 both public and private owned universities distribution on all provinces of china. The higher education is research based.
Master Degree in International Economics in China
IEB focus is on understanding the globalised world economy and China's increasing role as one of the dominant influencers. [+]
The globalisation of the world economy and the increase in competition among businesses has created a need for highly skilled economists able to work in complex business environments. More and more companies are looking for employees to have experience of China, whether it is through employment, the development of language skills or academic studies.
The programmes are designed and delivered by top-class professors with international work and study experience and incorporate international business perspectives – while bringing specific detailed focus on the growing Chinese economy.
This innovative Master’s programme is designed to provide you with a general training in economics, while enabling specialisation in the areas of international business in relation to China’s economy.... [-]
Dual Degrees awarded: German Master of Arts (M.A. CEEBS) plus Chinese Master of Management, Major in International Business
Dual Degrees awarded: German Master of Arts (M.A. CEEBS) plus Chinese Master of Management, Major in International BusinessPlaces of study: Berlin, Germany (1st, 2nd term), Chengdu, China (3rd term); the 4th term can either be spent in Berlin or Chengdu (depends on the location and person for Master’s thesis supervision) Language of instruction: EnglishCourses structure:
- Global Governance (1st term) - Financial Analysis and Corporate Finance (1st term) - Strategic Management in China and Europe (2nd term) - Human Resource Management in China and Europe (2nd term) - Marketing in China and Europe (3rd term) - Capital Markets in China and Europe (3rd term) - Economics in China and Europe (3rd term) - Cultural and Political History of China and Europe (all terms) - Chinese/German language learning (all terms) - Optional Choice (all terms) - Final Examination: Master’s Thesis (4th term) + Oral Assessment (4th term) ... [-]