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    The master'sdegree in Economic Analisis (IMEA) is a master'sdegree in Economics that provides a sound basis for working in an international context or for continuing on to a PhD.

    The master'sdegree in Economic Analisis programme follows the anglo-saxon model. The programme is divided into two academic years, of 60 credits each. All teaching is in English. The first academic year gives students the necessary theoretical foundations for a sound training as an economist. In the second year, students choose an area to specialise in. Finally, students write a master's dissertation on an important issue in Economics, under the supervision of a Faculty lecturer.

    At the end of the IMEA programme, students who meet certain requirements (excellent academic track record, PhD-level pass grade on the master's dissertation, and passing grades in the Prelim exams), may continue on to the IDEA doctoral programme (International Doctorate in Economic Analysis).

    Career options

    This master'sdegree trains economic analysts, equipping them with the necessary tools and knowledge to interpret and respond to current economic issues. Many of our graduates go on to work as technical analysts in banking or the macro-economy, or as consultants in the public and private sectors. The master'sdegree also forms part of the UAB's PhD Programme in Economic Analysis la UAB.

    Teaching timetable

    Lectures will be held in morning and afternoon sessions, at the Faculty of Economics and Business Studies.

    The Master's degree in Economic Analysis comprises 120 credits to be taken over two years of two semesters each..
    The master's degree is oriented towards research.

    The compulsory modules (70 credits) provide students with a good analytical and methodological grounding for research: The 40 optional credits allow students to shape their own learning profile by applying the analytical tools acquired in the first year to problems that lie on the frontiers of Economic knowledge. In the Master's dissertation students carry out their own research under the guidance of a tutor.

    Study plan structure

    Type /Credits

    * Compulsory / 70
    * Optional / 40
    * Master's dissertation / 10

    TOTAL - 120

    Audience

    Ideal student profile

    Students of this master's degree must hold a bachelor's degree or equivalent in Economics, Finance, Mathematics, Engineering, Physics or in other subjects. Knowledge of English at level B2 is required. Also, sound analytical and quantitative abilities are needed.


    Program requirements

    AccessAccess to this master'sdegree is open to holders of an official bachelor's degree from a Spanish university or from another higher education institution within or outside the European Higher Education Area, provided this gives access to postgraduate studies in the country of issue.Admission requirementsAdmission requirements are as follows: * Bachelor's degree in Economics, Business Management and Administration, Finance, Mathematics, Engineering, Physics or equivalent qualifications. * Level of English equivalent to B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference of the Council of Europe.Selection criteriaShould the number of applicants be higher than that of places on offer, these will be allocated according to the following criteria: * Grade point average of the academic transcript (40%) * Reference letters (30%) * University-level knowledge of quantitative and analytical methods (transcript grades for subjects relating to quantitative methods will be taken into account (20%) * Scores of 80% or higher in the GRE and/or GMAT (exams (10%)Complementary trainingStudents with a qualification in Economics, Business Management and Administration and Finance will access the master's degree directly without having to take bridging courses.Graduates in other subjects may need to take up to 18 credits in bridging courses. The Master's Committee will establish any bridging courses to be followed on the basis of students' academic track record, choosing from the following subjects within the Bachelor's Degree programme in Economics: * Introduction to Economics, 6 ECTS * Microeconomics I, 6 ECTS * Macroeconomics II, 6 ECTS

    Those interested in enrolling in this master'sdegree can apply for one of the grants offered by the CatalunyaCaixa Social Work for graduates enrolling in master's degrees. A total of 5,000 Euros is offered in one enrolment aid for this master'sdegree. To apply you must have an excellent student record, a Spanish passport and you must enrol in the course full-time. For more information please contact the master'sdegree coordinator.

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