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Course Programme 2022-2023

Compulsory courses

These courses are compulsory for first-year PhD researchers and MRes students.

For each compulsory course there are additional exercise classes by teaching assistants.

The background course on Mathematics and the background course on Probability and Statistics run intensively in August and September, while the other compulsory courses (divided in 3 modules) run twice a week from early September till end of March. The Macroeconomics module will start in Teaching Block II (in November) and will continue until the end of May.

In addition, a 5-class methods course will run in Teaching Block III in the Spring.

Advanced Courses

During the first, second and third year, PhD researchers are required to pass 8 advanced courses to be chosen with the agreement of the supervisor/advisor. First year researchers can only attend advanced courses in Block IV.

MRes students are required to pass four advanced courses in Block III and IV.

Each teaching block is followed by exams.

 
Each teaching block is followed by exams – please see overview below:

Teaching Block I Teaching Block II Teaching Block III Teaching Block IV
26 August –
7 November
9 November –
20 January
23 January –
24 March
27 March –
26 May
Exam week:
2-7 November

Exam week:
16-20 January

Exam week:
20-24 March

Exam week:
22-26 May

Registration deadline:                1 September

Registration deadline:              24 October

Registration deadline:                9 January

Registration deadline:              13 March

Course Registration

If you want to register for a course, please consult the Common Course Catalogue.

Overview

Outline of the Applied Economics and Econometrics sequence - compulsory and advanced courses

Last update: July 2022

English (133 KB - pdf)

Outline of the Macroeconomics sequence - compulsory and advanced courses

Last update: July 2022

English (136 KB - pdf)

Outline of the Microeconomics sequence - compulsory and advanced courses

Last update: August 2022

English (90 KB - pdf)

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