The 1st step of our application process for students from another UvA faculty or Dutch University is checking the entry requirements of this Master’s. In your online application you will be asked to upload proof of all mentioned requirements.
The Admissions Office will evaluate your eligibility based on 3 criteria.
You are eligible to apply for this Master’s programme if you are holding a completed Bachelor's or Master's degree in Economics or Econometrics from a Dutch university or have taken Economics as a major subject. In addition, you must have proven knowledge in all of the following topics at intermediate level in:
Additionally, you are expected to have a solid background in mathematics and statistics is expected. Relevant course work will be evaluated after your online application has been submitted.
If your previous education does not fulfill this programme’s requirements, you might be eligible to apply for the pre-Master's programme Economics.
Please note that a Bachelor's degree from an university of applied science will not be taken into consideration.
If you are a student with one of the following degrees, you have direct admission to our MSc in Economics, without any further conditions:
If you are a student from another Dutch Research University, you are expected to have taken courses at intermediate level in:
It is required to have a solid background in Mathematics and Statistics.
If you apply to this programme and meet the entry requirements, you are selected on your GPA. Therefore, you are required to obtain an overall GPA of 7.0 with good grades on econometrics/quantitative research methods and micro- and macroeconomics. All on intermediate level. If your GPA is lower than 7.0, we will take your application into account, but you will need excellent grades on microeconomics, macroeconomics, and econometrics/quantitative research methods, all on intermediate level..
Your GPA should be calculated over:
Send your GPA calculation along with your application. You do not have to update your GPA calculation after 1 June.
The motivation letter (max. one A4) allows you to explain why you would be a good fit for the Master’s programme and which experiences have led you to this application.