Is only possible in the winter semester
- The application period for the winter semester 2021 starts on March 15th, 2021.
- Application deadline for applicants with a last relevant educational degree from countries outside the European Union is August 20, 2021.
- For applicants who obtained their last relevant educational qualification in Germany (Bildungsinländer), enrollment for the program is possible until the last Friday before the beginning of the lecture period of the winter semester.
- For applicants with a degree from a member state of the European Union, the same application deadline applies as for Bildungsinländer.
- Please note that the processing of your application by the International Office of the TU Dortmund may take several weeks. The period between the notification of admission and the beginning of the semester can be short if the documents are submitted late. In order to ensure sufficient time for organizing a visa, accommodation, etc., we advise international applicants from non-EU countries in particular to apply as early as possible.
- Bachelor degree in statistics, economics, mathematics or comparable subjects
- 15 ECTS from the field of economics
- 15 ECTS from the field of mathematics/statistics
- Overall grade of at least 2.7 or better
- Proof of English (min. B2); We accept certificates for the following English language tests: TOEFL internet-based test 100, International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Band 6.5 or similar certificates.
Information about the study program
- Expertise of the three participating UA Ruhr universities
- Methodologically oriented education of the only statistics faculty in Germany
- Specialized curriculum with a wide range of courses on econometric & economic topics
- Graduates receive a joint master degree from the four participating faculties
With a master degree in Econometrics you can earn a doctorate.
The program is divided into compulsory modules as well as electives and concludes with the master’s thesis. In four compulsory modules (ME1 – ME4) with a total of 42 credit points, you will acquire in-depth knowledge in statistics, econometrics and time series analysis. The core curriculum also provides skills in applied research, statistical programming, research project management, and statistical consulting.
Elective modules (ME5 – ME6) train students in economic theory (ME5) and allow further specialization in applied (ME6) and theoretical econometrics (ME7).
Read more: www.econometrics.ruhr