Master's degree in international economics and European studies
ISEG - Lisbon School of Economics & Management
EUR 5,650 / per year
Earliest start date
The Master's main objectives are to provide complementary and specialized training in the fields of international economics (theoretical and applied, real and monetary) and to study the current characteristics and trends of the processes of globalization and economic integration, favoring a multidisciplinary, economic approach , political, legal and institutional aspects of European integration and its current issues.
The master's degree is organized into four semesters, totaling 120 credits. The first three semesters are fully filled with the curricular component in a total of 78 credits, aiming to endow the student with the instrumental, interpersonal and systemic skills related to training in international economics and European studies. The fourth and last semester is dedicated to the elaboration of the final master's work (TFM) – dissertation, project work or internship – in a total of 42 credits (of which 12 credits are obtained in the 3rd semester).
The Master's is essentially intended to complete the first cycle training, for all those interested in acquiring specialized and professional skills in the fields of international economics and the European economy and institutions; in particular, it is aimed at those interested in a career in community and international institutions, in diplomatic services, in international business or in specialized journalism, in teaching activities and scientific research, as well as for staff in companies or other public and private institutions with advanced training needs in the area.