Master’s Programme in International and Development Economics – MIDE

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Master’s Programme in International and Development Economics – MIDE

International and Development Economics – Master

Study programme: International and Development Economics
Degree: Master of Arts (M.A.)
Regular study period: 3 semesters
Start date: Summer semester
Language: English
Location: Treskowallee Campus
Admission requirements: First academic degree, proficiency in English
Deadline for applications:  30 September
Total credit points: 90
Detailed information:

Accreditation:
Programme accreditation via FIBAA from 20.02.06 to 30.09.11;
programme accreditation via ACQUIN from 28.09.11 to 30.09.18;
system accreditation via AQAS from 05.05.14 to 31.03.20

Programme regulations

Regulations

All regulations are published in the form of official information circulars. In principle, the regulation which is applicable for you is the regulation that was valid at the time of your enrolment. However, it is also possible that a subsequent regulation will apply retrospectively for you. The specific scope of applicability can be found in the regulation itself. If you have questions about the regulations, please contact your Examination Board.

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Unofficial abridged versions

Only regulations published as official information circulars are legally binding. The unofficial abridged versions make it easier to read the regulations because the amendments are directly incorporated into the respective regulation.

Study and Examination Regulations for the Consecutive Master’s programme International and Development Economics [PDF]

Consolidated version