Programme: Master in Environmental and Resource Economics (M.Sc.)

 

Study Programme

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A wide range of specialised courses offered on a regular basis gives students an insight into many areas of economic research arising through cooperation with the Kiel Institute for the World Economy.

 

Examination Regulations - Fachprüfungsordnung (FPO) (german)

Examination Regulations (english)

 

First Semester: getting started

 

Orientation:

 

Course Schedule and Types of Courses

 

Student's Handbook

  • Student's Handbook: For a general overview of your course structure and further information, the Student's Handbook provides information on how you can organize your studies.

 

Further Online Information

 

International Students

 

 

Contact persons

 

Study Programme Advisors can be contacted for questions about

  • Structure and content of the study programme
  • Application
  • Planning your study
  • Recognition of courses taken abroad or at other universities
  • General examination procedures

 

Overview of other contact persons:

 

Examinations, Seminars, Master-Thesis

 

Examinations

Please note: In any case the degree-specific Examination Regulations together with the Examination Procedure Regulations are the legally binding documents regulating your study programme! You can find them in the "Legal Documents" below.

 

Seminars

For information on seminar application, please visit the following links:

 

Master Thesis

 

 

Legal documents

 

 

The  Environmental and Resource Economics Master of Science degree programme is accredited:Certificate of Accreditation (german only)

 

 

Exchange Semester

If you are interested in doing an exchange semester abroad within the EU, or in countries outside of the EU, please find the relevant information here:

 

 

Further Information