One Program, two Degrees, international Prospects!
If you are looking for a special challenge in your master’s program, then the cooperation of Universität Hamburg with the University of Essex will surely be of interest to you. This cooperation offers economics students the opportunity to study one year each in Germany and Great Britain and thus obtain a master’s degree at both universities.
Not only will you become familiar with two different cultures, but you will also benefit from two influential, complementary academic systems. No master’s program can be more international than this! It goes without saying that with this particular experience abroad and with two degrees in the bag, you have especially good career prospects.
The Double Degree Program provides you with many possibilities for finding the right subject area to focus on. When you spend your second year of your studies in Essex, you can select from among the following programs at the University of Essex:
- M.Sc. Economics
- M.Sc. Computational Economics, Financial Markets and Policy.
- M.Sc. Applied Economics and Data Analysis
- M.Sc. Money and Banking
- M.Sc. Economics and Econometrics
- M.Sc. Behavioral Economics
Studying at the renowned University of Essex
The University of Essex is a British public research university of international stature. With more than 130 countries represented within the student body, and 40% of students from overseas, Essex is one of the most internationally diverse universities in the UK. Accordingly, the issues on which the university’s research and teaching concentrate have a global orientation.
The University of Essex ranks among the Top 5 in Social Sciences in Great Britain.
It is among the twenty best universities in the country for research excellence. In the National Student Survey of 2014, students put Essex in sixth place in the category “overall satisfaction”. In 2013, the university had already won the Times Higher Award for Outstanding Support of students.
The verdant campus of the University of Essex is two miles from the historic center of Colchester – England’s oldest recorded town. With its picturesque “Colchester Castle“ surrounded by parklands, the town is situated some 50 miles northeast of London.