Economics

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This program focuses on applied economic theory. We offer a one-year, course-work master’s degree program as well as a PhD program.

Resources for graduate students are excellent, from libraries that subscribe to all of the major economic journals to computer labs available to students 24 hours a day.

You’ll have access to three powerful Unix-based servers that run advanced computing applications such as Gauss, S-plus, Garch, Wavelette, SAS, Stata, IMSL and Unix versions of Maple and TSP.

Degrees Offered

MA

2 term(s)
  • Course work only
B
  • Full-time
2020-02-15
Minimum TOEFL (Paper-based)577
Minimum TOEFL (Internet-based)90-91
IELTS (Academic Module)7
YUELIAcademic Program Level 9 with Pass
YUELI Graduate Studies Preparation Program (GSPP)Graduate with Honours
MELABOverall score of 82, no component score less than 80
CAELOverall score of 65, no component score less than 60
Minimum CPE ScoreC1
Minimum CAE ScoreC

PhD

5 year(s)
  • Comprehensive examination(s)
  • AND Major research paper
  • AND Dissertation
B+
  • Full-time
2020-02-15
Minimum TOEFL (Paper-based)577
Minimum TOEFL (Internet-based)90-91
IELTS (Academic Module)7
YUELIAcademic Program Level 9 with Pass
YUELI Graduate Studies Preparation Program (GSPP)Graduate with Honours
MELABOverall score of 82, no component score less than 80
CAELOverall score of 65, no component score less than 60
Minimum CPE ScoreC1
Minimum CAE ScoreC

Additional Admission Requirements

Number of Recommendation(s)

  • 3 recommendation(s)

Other Requirements

  • PhD Only
    • Statement of interest
    • Written work
    • Resume



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