Five Tracks (Specialisations)
EA Programme has the following five tracks (specialisations) according to their main areas of study and theoretical and methodological orientations. Students must choose one after consultation with the EA Programme Committee, but which specialisation students can and should take depends largely on their academic background as well as their supervisors. Regarding the list of courses offered in each specialisation, there is no strict regulation apart from some recommended curriculum models and course works. Instead, each specialisation has one or two international partner universities. Students are given an opportunity to take part in an exchange programme and receive joint supervision with some of these partner universities.
|Environmental Policy & Rural Development Studies||Business History & Industry Policy Studies||Developing and Emerging Economics Studies|
|International Trade and Financial Studies||Business Management & Accounting Studies|