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Economics and Business Economics
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After your Bachelor's

Following your Bachelor in Economics and Business Economics, you have the option to enrol in a Master's programme. A Master's enables you to specialise in a specific field. In addition, a MSc qualification behind your name enhances your job market prospects as well. You can enrol in a Master's programme at the Amsterdam School of Economics or Amsterdam Business School.

Proceed directly with a Master’s at the UvA

The 1-year Master’s programmes at the Amsterdam School of Economics and Amsterdam Business School have a strong international focus. Depending on your major, your Bachelor's degree in Economics and Business Economics qualifies you for direct admission to:

  • Accountancy & Control (Accountancy or Control)
  • Business Economics (Competition Law and Economics, Managerial Economics and Strategy, or Neuroeconomics)
  • Finance (Corporate Finance, Real Estate Finance, Banking and Regulation, Asset Management, Quantitative Finance)
  • Economics (Behavioural Economics and Game Theory, Development Economics, International Economics and Globalisation, Markets and Regulation, Monetary Policy and Banking, Public Policy)

Other Master's programmes

During your Bachelor's programme, did you take a minor in a specific discipline? If so, you may be eligible for admission to the Master's programmes relating to that discipline. For some of these, certain admission requirements apply. 

Career in research

If you are interested in a scientific career after completing your Master's, you can conduct research and pursue a doctorate at the university.