Double degree programmes
November 26, 2014
Students of Master's in International Economics are offered the exceptional opportunity of earning double master's degrees during their two years of study: apart from the degree of magister in economics from the University of Warsaw they may be awarded a master's degree from Partner Universities in one of the countries: Austria, Belgium, Hungary and Portugal (University Institute of Lisbon).
From AY 2008/2009, InterEcon students are free to participate in a joint master's programme within the CEEPUS network: after successful completion of year one in Warsaw they embark on the second year of study in Vienna (University of Vienna), Budapest (Central European University, Corvinus University of Budapest).
The Central European Programme in International and Institutional Economics is a consortium of these universities led by the Faculty of Economic Sciences.
For more see CEEPUS website.
Joint Degree with Economics School of Louvain
From AY 2010/2011, prospective students may also choose to enrol in a joint research master's programme in International Economics and European Economic Policy with the Economics School of Louvain, Belgium which is part of the Université Catholique de Louvain. After successfully passing first year in Warsaw, these students will continue instruction in Belgium in second year.
See programme curriculum and information on the UCL website.
Formal restrictions related to student citizenship may apply.
For information on participation and organisational matters turn to prof. Stanisław Kubielas ( ), CEEPUS Network Coordinator and International Economics programme director.