These courses have a strong analytical and quantitative focus and include research skills. A profound mathematical and statistical knowledge is required.
The subjects in the study field ‘Master in Business Economics’ have a modular structure. That means that the courses will be bundled in modular blocks of six weeks each.
The content of the courses are processed in a more focused and in-depth manner. The teaching methods are demanding and challenging: case studies, group assignments, discussion panels, lectures, business games, etc.
At the end of each modular block you have an exam from the previous course. During a modular block you also get interim tests and (group) assignments. As a result, you no longer have exams in January or June.
Because of the modular structure, it is difficult to include subjects from other study fields in your schedule.
The courses have a strong analytical and quantitative focus and include research skills.