- The master program in Political and Empirical Economics (2 years, 120 ECTS) has two tracks, which are both taught in English. The empirical economics track offer the possibility of a double degree with the University of Udine, Italy, if you study one semester there.
- The master program offers a general and thorough economic education with possibility to specialize in various subjects. Students aquire a large set of tools and economic knowledge that prepare them well for applied and theoretical economic research.
- To be accepted to the program you need to hold a bachelor degree in economics or a related discipline. You can find a short description of the requirements here.
- If you hold a bachelor degree from an Austrian university please check the application requirements here (in German). If you hold a bachelor degree from a university outside Austria you need:
- There is more specific information (depending on which country you arrive from) here (you need to enter the country of your bachelor degree and "English Master's (with entry restrictions)" in the "intended study programme" box and then click on info.
- In particular, you also need to show English language proficiency.
- Especially if you are applying from outside Austria, please apply as early as possible - take into account the time it might take to get a visa. We recommend that you apply by the end of June at the latest (ideally even earlier) if you want to start the program in October.
- Student Fees are heavily subsidized by the Austrian government and are currently €20,20 per semester for students from Austria and the EU / EWR area. For students from outside the EU / EWR area, student fees are currently at most €726,72 + € 20,20 per semester. You can find more detailed information here.
- To apply you need to send your documents by (regular) mail to this address: Academic Affairs, Universitätsplatz 3a, 8010 Graz, Austria, Europe. If you have questions please email master-economics(at)uni-graz.at.