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MSc Economics

This is a full-time study program which has a length of four semester and comprises modules which sum to 120 ECTS. During the course of your studies you can choose an empirical specialization.

You will be taught a wide range of empirical and application-oriented methods in economics. You will mainly focus on courses in microeconomics, macroeconomics, econometrics and statistics, international economic policy, public economics and environmental economics.

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Dipl.-Kffr. Elena Romanenchuk

Studiengangskoordinatorin für BWL, VWL und Wirtschaftswissenschaft
room: 29/203

telefon: +49 541 969-2685

office hours: Aktuell ist keine persönliche Sprechstunde möglich. Telefonisch und per E-Mail bin ich weiterhin erreichbar.

You want to study at our school? Then apply directly to the University of Osnabrück! You can find more information on the central page. If you have any questions about the study program, please contact our study program coordinator.

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Option to choose an empirical focus

You can choose to focus your studies on empirical economics by selecting appropriate modules. This means that you will deal in depth with statistical and econometric methods and apply them practically in a study project. We will confirm this focus on your diploma.

Admission requirements

Information about the general admission requirements (usually questions about qualification for admission to higher education) can be found on the website of the students' office.

Special admission requirements are defined in the current admission regulations (in German): Among other things, these condition must be met: A bachelor's program suitable for the subject according to the admission regulations.

  • English language skills must be at the level specified in the admission regulations. Competence in English is demonstrated by successfully studying English at school as a first or second foreign language. Alternatively, proof can be provided by taking an English test.
  • The applicant must not have definitively failed a comparable examination in a comparable subject area without the option of retaking the examination, and not have lost their entitlement to take the examination.

Advice for online application

When completing an online application, the module descriptions of the completed Bachelor's program must be uploaded. If the current module descriptions are freely available on the Internet, a link can also be provided. Without module descriptions the application cannot be processed.