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European Schools - MSc Economics/Finance [#permalink]
21 Aug 2012, 01:35
I've been searching for people's perspective on doing Masters in Economics or Finance in Europe. I have noticed that Scandinavian countries usually offer 2 year programmes with the exception of Lund University where you can either choose 1 or 2 year degrees. As for rest of Europe most courses are 1 year and thus one can start working with a master's degree just after 12 months of starting it (if you get a job that you aimed for).
The benefits for EU citizens is simple - no fees for Scandinavian uni's, 1700 Euro's for Dutch university master programmes and something in the region of 2400 CHF for swiss.
Well...the post is for people to share their knowledge about different European schools, the degree programmes offered at diff institutions, the admission procedure (GMAT required, professional work experience etc).
N.B I do hope to get information re: Masters but if you happen to know admission process for one of the school's MBA courses it would be appreciated.