Erasmus + for Quantitative Economics students

There are plenty of exchange opportunities to study abroad for a semester or full-year using the Erasmus+ programme. To enable the studies abroad to contribute to the fulfilment of the curriculum, in the curriculum, one of the three elective modules is the Mobility Module. During the semester abroad, the students have to take master-level economics courses for at least 18 ECTS, which have been previously agreed with the programme manager. Below are listed a few excellent institutions the MA Quantitative Economics students have studied in the past. The complete list of possible institutions for studies abroad can be found here.

Ghent University (Belgium) is one of the major universities in Belgium and belongs to the top 100 of the world universities rankings. Ghent University partners with the University of Tartu within the ENLIGHT network. In the economics studies, both Ghent University and the University of Tartu participate in the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master in Economics of Globalization and European Integration (EGEI).

Ghent University

Kiel University (CAU, Germany) was founded in 1665 and is the oldest, largest and best-known university in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein. Kiel Institute for the World Economy hosts the Kiel Advanced Studies program (ASP), where many alumni and instructors of the MA Quantitative Economics program have studied. ASP is a 1-year program taught by world-renowned professors from leading universities from across the globe who come to Kiel to teach their areas of expertise in intensive one or two-week courses.



University of Konstanz (Germany) has, since its foundation in 1966, distinguished itself through its top-level research, excellence in teaching and studies, internationality and interdisciplinary collaboration. This vision can be seen in its architecture, where the university campus's short distances and interlinked buildings sustain an environment that facilitates communication, interlinks scientific disciplines and advances a culture of creative collaboration. The university is located in the southernmost part of Germany, next to the border with Austria and Switzerland, in a very picturesque landscape.


University of Bologna (Italy), one of the oldest universities in Europe, considers its history going back as far as 1088. In addition to its history, the University of Bologna ranks in the top 15 of the first 200 universities worldwide.




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