The Master Economics of Globalisation and European Integration (EGEI) is a two-year (120 ECTS) program fully taught in English, aiming at satisfying an increasing demand for graduates who have the skills to competently analyse issues of globalisation and economic integration, make relevant policy or strategic recommendations in the public and private sector, and acquire these competences in a truly global learning environment.

Upon successful completion of the programme, students earn the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Economics of Globalisation and European Integration. The diplomas are awarded jointly by a consortium of seven universities and a leading global think tank. Associate partners from academia, international organisations and private sector contribute to the programme with specific skills and with highly valuable opportunities for internships.