The objective of the programme is to train students in international and development economics and help them become qualified actors in the field of economic development and poverty reduction in the context of an integrated world economy.
Graduates are taught to apply sound economic analysis that is well adapted to the social and political context of a specific developing country. At the end of their one-year stay, graduates will be able to analyze, design and implement realistic and innovative solutions in a developing country setting.
The courses are structured around two main themes :
- Macroeconomic policies
- Economic development (including its institutional aspects)
In addition to formal lectures, the program offers two seminars and asks students to write a personal study project. These activities provide student with opportunities to develop their creativity as well as their written and oral presentation skills.
CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION
- A four year university degree in economics.
- A strong interest in development;
- A professional experience of at least 2 years in direct relation with one of the programme themes.
Scholarships available: 11
Duration of the course: 1 academic year (starting date for the course: mid-Septembre 2015)
Language of instruction : English
The application form for the year 2015-2016 is now available (see below).
Download the English Application Form (15 pages - 777 Kb) (for the Masters Complémentaires in English)
The programme is organised by the Departments of Economics of the University of Namur and of the Catholic University of Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve)
Most activities take place in Namur.
Coordinator: Mrs Catherine GUIRKINGER
For more information:
PERSON OF CONTACT
(for more information about course)
Mrs Pierrette NOEL
Rempart de la Vierge, 8
5000 Namur - Belgique
Tél : +32 81 72 48 23
Fax : +32 81 72 48 40