On successful completion of this track you will obtain the degree of Master of Science in European Economic Studies with the mention 'European Economic Integration and Business'.
- The specialisation combines high level economic analysis of European integration with an understanding of business and corporate strategy.
- Business Case Studies enable the student to learn how the EU affects companies, and how a company or a sector develops an EU-specific strategy vis-à-vis policymakers, competitors and clients.
- Career prospects in the business sector and in the public sector at national, international or European level.
- Bilingual programme: English and French.
- DUMONT B. & PIETRAS J. - Economics of European Integration : From Theory to Practice (30/20h)
- PELKMANS J. - EU Regulation for Business (20h)
- COUTURIER J. - European Business and Corporate Strategy (20h)
- CLARYSSE B. - Entrepreneurship in Europe (20h)
- DE ROCK B. - Applied Econometrics (30h) or CLAEYS P. - Advanced Applied Econometrics (30h)
- DE GROEN P. & MARQUES A. - European Banking (30h)
- AYALA M. & SOUCHAUD A. - FinTech and the Transformation of Digital Services in the EU (30h)
- GEEROMS H. - Macroeconomic Environment for European Business (20h)
- GOLDSMITH H. & HYZYK S. & NOEL P.-E. - Sustainable Infrastructure Economics and Finance (20h)
- CASEY J.-P. & NADRY D. - The Economics of European Financial Regulation and Supervision (30h)
- MOSCOVICI P. - Start-up Europe : A Policy Lab (10h)
- van de WERVE T. - Business Interest Representation in the EU (15h)
- PALANZA F. - The EIB and its Role in the EU Development Cooperation (6h)
European General Studies
- One course/seminar each semester
- Students must also write a Master’s Thesis
The College of Europe reserves the right to modify its academic programmes at all times.