Master in Regional and Environmental Economics
The programme aims to train experts in environmental and regional economics, competent in analysing regional and sustainability-related problems, and propose novel solutions by putting their theoretical knowledge and acquired expertise to practice. Regional economics and management aspects of sustainability are important parts of the programme as well. Courses are highly workshop-oriented, where students may work together to focus local and regional aspects of actual global sustainability challenges.
Our experts will be capable of creatively and innovatively contribute to sustainability and regional policy-making, strategic planning and project programming, both in governments and in private enterprises.
Programme Director: Dr. Mária Szalmáné Csete
Level of Studies: MSc
Mode of Studies: Full-time
Qualitication: Economist, specialisation in Regional and Environmental Economic Studies
Duration of the Programme: 4 semesters
Language of Instruction: English
For the Fall semester: 1 April – 1 June
For the Spring semester: 1 October- 1 December
Tuition Fee: €3,500/semester + Application Fee: € 100
Here you can read the general conditions of admission into the Master in Regional and Environmental Economics.
Degree accepted for admittance into the master in Regional and Environmental Economics:
BSc/BA in Economics, Management or Engineering/Natural Sciences
In case of BA/BSc in Engineering/Natural Sciences it is necessary to prove a minimum of 60 ECTS equivalent in the following disciplines:
- 20 ECTS in Quantitative Studies (mathematics, statistics, computer science/programming, etc.);
- 20 ECTS in Economics and Management Studies (micro and macroeconomics, international economics, environmental economics, economics theory, economics statistics, economic modelling, economic policy, regional economics, European economy, public policy, business economics, accounting, controlling, human resources, business law, marketing, management and organization, production management, decision theory and methodology, etc.);
- 20 ECTS in Natural or Social Sciences (International or European studies, general and business law, sociology, psychology, philosophy, biology, physics, chemistry, geography, earth sciences, etc.).
Applicants can be admitted with 40 ECTS from the above listed disciplines on the condition that they collect the remaining 20 ECTS during the first year of their studies
ECTS-proof is compulsory for all applicants regardless of their preliminary studies and the discipline of BA/BSc diploma
Foreign Language Requirements
English language skills at B2 level, proven by one of the following internationally recognised certificates:
IELTS min. 5.0, Cambridge B2 First (FCE) min. 160, TOEFL iBT min. 72, Trinity Integrated Skills In English (ISE) min. ISE II, TOEIC Listening min. 400 / Reading min. 385, TOEIC Speaking min. 160 / Writing min. 150, Pearson Academic (PTE) min. 29, OR: a Medium of Instruction Certificate.
For more information please contact
Ms Anita Oláh, International Study Program Coordinator
phone: +36 1 463 1813
The course guide of the programme is available here:
Master in Regional and Environmental Economics Course Guide