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Economics and Business, track Urban, Port and Transport Economics)

Degree type
MSc
Language of education
English
Duration
12 months
Tuition fee EU/EEA
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Tuition fee Non EU/EEA
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Education type
Fulltime
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Application deadline
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Accreditations
Netherlands Government
Type of institution
Research University
City
Rotterdam

Program description

Get a grasp of the spatio-economic workings of cities, regions and ports. See the links between the facets of an economy, and go for a career in logistics, transport, consultancy or the public sector.

The Master specialisation in Urban, Port & Transport Economics is designed for students who wish to acquire a deeper understanding of the economics of cities, regions, ports and transport and therefore aims to increase students’ insight on this subject. The specialisation provides students with advanced knowledge that helps them to understand and appreciate the importance of the spatial dimension in economic processes. The programme adopts an integrative approach in which the linkages between urban, port and transport economics are central. It builds upon a longstanding tradition and broad international research experience of the staff involved. Last but not least, the programme enables students to benefit from the location in the Rotterdam region, the ‘Gateway to Europe’, that offers a perfect environment for students of urban, port and transport economics.

Admission requirements

Previous education

BSc degree that is comparable to a BSc degree in economics and business from the Erasmus School of Economics.

Language requirements

IELTS overall band: 6.5, TOEFL computer based: 232, TOEFL internet based: 90

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