This page provides you with all the necessary information if you want to enroll for the Master in International and Monetary Economics at University of Bern.
Applications for 2024 are now open. We recommend starting the program in the fall semester.
90 ECTS / 3 Semesters (full-time)
Tuition per semester
CHF 750.00 for Swiss students
CHF 950.00 for Non-Swiss students
Contact: Sally Dubach
The emphasis is on helping the students develop a solid knowledge of modern macroeconomics (in particular in the areas of monetary, international and financial markets), master useful, practical quantitative tools and hone their analytical skills. At the end of their studies, graduates of the MIME program should
Either of the following academic qualifications are required for admission to the specialized master's degree program in International and Monetary Economics:
Recognition of the bachelor's degree will be individually decided upon if the degree is more than six years old. Additional attainments may be required. The ECTS credits will be listed separately in the diploma supplement as extracurricular attainments.
Evidence of having achieved a minimum of level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages is required for admission to the master's degree program in International and Monetary Economics.
The application process consists of two stages:
If accepted, the students are expected to have obtained their BA by the time courses start.
The regular deadline for applications for the fall semester is April 30 . Late applications can be considered until August 31 at a cost of CHF 100.00.
In order to attend lectures in Basel, students have to follow these steps:
Before moving to Switzerland and starting a new chapter with this excellent Master's program at university of Bern, you may face many questions.
Answers to all these important questions and many more can be found on the Website for incoming students of the University of Bern..
Engaged professors are the key to a good education. We invite you to get to know the professors that teach courses for the MIME in Bern.
In order to learn more about the professor's curriculums and research, please click on the pictures to be redirected to their personal websites.