During your time as student of the Master International Economics and Business, you will learn about the different forms of investment possibilities, the threats European banks face when there is a crisis in the USA, the difference between Post-Keynesians, New-Keynesians, and Austrian economics, the conflicting beliefs on the cause of the 2008 crisis, and many other interesting topics.
As Master Community, it is our task to complement this knowledge with additional formal and informal activities. These activities range from regular meet-ups in the city for some food and drinks, to trips to the European Commission and the KPMG office in Brussels. Next to the colloquial drinks, the bonding of students, and the interesting field trips, our focus primarily lies with presenting the student with a glimpse of what their future work-life might look like through in-house days, work-shops, and guest lectures.
You can also apply for this Master Community when you are doing a Double Degree!
If you have any questions about the Master Community International Economics and Business or want to organize an event with us, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Joining the committee
- Master community
- Fluency in Dutch not required
- 3 - 5 hours
- Recruitment period
- September, February
- Suitable for
Application for this committee is closed.
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