Master's Programme in Economics
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Description of the programme
Master's Programme in Economics is organized by the School of Business.
The programme is structured to ensure internationally comparable qualifications and a lifelong human capital. The programme is particularly strong in the Applied Microeconomics. A long-term cooperative arrangement between the Department of Economics at the School of Business, the Discipline of Economics at the University of Helsinki and Department of Economics at Hanken School of Economics allows the students to choose from a wide selection of advanced specialisation courses.
Free online course "Using CSC computing environment efficiently" 12.–14.4.2023Registration 29 March at the latest.
An inspection of the study environment of Aalto university's campusAll students are invited to answer the anonymous well-being survey from March 27 to April 11.
Napping pods to the campus - suggest the places for themNapping pods will be installed on the campus during spring-summer 2023.
Aalto University Open University's summer courses for degree studentsIf you are an attending degree student at Aalto University, it is possible to attend some Aalto University Open University summer courses for free of charge during summer 2023.
Solve the SDGs 2023A hackathon on two continents for one purpose: building a better tomorrow. Apply by Friday 17.3. to join!
Economics, Master of Science (Economics and Business Administration)
The Economics programme prepares students to structure and understand the world through in-depth economic expertise and strong analytical skills, combined with computation and data processing skills. It is meant for students who are fascinated by complex challenges such as climate change, inequality and innovation, and want to address these challenges in an analytical manner. Students have the unique opportunity to be part of Helsinki Graduate School of Economics, formed by Aalto University, Hanken School of Economics, and University of Helsinki, that aims to train the future generation of world-class economists.