|Nominal duration||2 years (120 ECTS)|
|Awards||M.A. (Master of Economics)|
|Tuition fee||€2,600.00 per year|
|Application fee||€100.00 one-time|
Undergraduate diploma (or higher)
Double Diploma Programme. Graduates are awarded Master (MSc) Degree in Economics from Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania, and Trento University, Italy.
- demonstrate knowledge and understanding of international economics theory and processes;
– to analyze and critically evaluate economic theory, new findings and the impact of global environment on economic systems; develop and apply original ideas for research.
- apply knowledge of international economy, solve problems in an uncertain environment.
- apply methods of modern economic analysis, employ techniques of quantitative, statistical and experimental analysis for policy evaluation in international context.
- integrate knowledge for solving multifaceted problems on national and international level undertaking socially responsible decisions.
- present summarized data, findings, conclusions of the research to professional and non professional audience.
- be continuously engaged in the study process.
Microeconomics and Game theory - 6;
Comparative Economics – 6;
Applied Econometrics 2 - 6;
International Law – 6;
Macroeconomics and Monetary Policy - 6;
Applied Macroeconomics - 6;
Economics of Institutions - 6;
Investment Analysis and Management – 6;
Experimental Economics – 6;
International Trade and Finance - 6;
Development Economics and Sustainability – 6;
Global Economy - 6;
Research on International Economics - 6;
Final Thesis/Project – 30;
With this degree on their résumé, graduates will be able to work as professional economists in international companies, agencies, governmental institutions and the private sector. They may also choose to pursue a PhD in Economics.