Course Content

In attempting to tackle the training needs to be dictated by the economic challenges mentioned above, the study program of Erasmus Mundus Joint Master QEM (EMJMD) will provide to the Graduates:  (1) Both research and professionally oriented training, prepare students equally for research or for an economic engineering career in a new curriculum; (2) A critical understanding of the scientific concepts and methods they have learned in the curriculum; (3) The capacity to work independently in complex situations, and develop and implement ideas of their own.

Graduates will be able to analyze economic and econometric problems and conduct theoretical and empirical investigations with a high degree of complexity.

Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree QEM (EMJMD) program will counterbalance the traditional separation between applied and theoretical academic tracks by preparing students simultaneously for research and economic engineering careers, with interactions all across the economics curriculum. Students who aim for a professional career will then receive research-oriented training, while students who want to continue with a Ph.D. will also acquire engineering skills.