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International partner universities

Are you interested in studying for a semester

  • social policy in Stockholm,

  • finance in Chicago,

  • regulation in Toulouse,

  • monetary policy in Frankfurt,

  • EU economic policies in Brussels,

  • international economics in Rotterdam,

  • competition in Mannheim,

  • fiscal policy in Berlin,

  • political economy in Milan,

  • economic crises in Lisbon,

  • energy economics in Bergen,

  • economic transition in Prague,

  • behavioral economics in Zurich,

  • economic theory in Louvain,

  • strategic decision-making in Tilburg,

  • economic growth at some of the major Asian universities?

WU has a large global network of about 240 international partner universities (120 at a graduate level). With currently 18 of those universities we closely coordinate our study program such that you can go on an exchange semester and take the courses you are most interested in for credit. These universities represent some of the best places to study economics. We are continuously working to expand that network.

The curriculum of the Economics Master's Program at WU is flexible such that you can make great use of the huge potential created by the internationalization of economic education. For example, by taking courses abroad you can design your own area of specialization and study with some of the most renowned professors in the respective field. Thereby the curriculum of the WU Program gets greatly leveraged internationally. An exchange semester is optional, however.

Here you find a long, but still incomplete

list of courses

offered by our partner universities that WU students can take for credit when going on an exchange semester.

WU Partner Universities Recommended for the Economics Master's Program

Apart from the recommended partner universities above, in recent years students of the Economics Master's Program also went abroad to study at the following universities:

  • Escola Brasileira de Administração Pública e de Empresas, Brazil

  • Indian Institute of Management Bangalore, India

  • Tsinghua University, Bejing, China

  • National Chengchi University, Taiwan

  • Fudan University, Japan

  • Kobe University, Japan

  • Seoul National University, South Korea

  • Korea University Business School, South Korea

  • University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa

  • Stellenbosch University, South Africa

  • The University of Western Australia, Australia

  • Arizona State University, USA

  • Hanken School of Economics, Finland

  • Aalto University, Finland

  • Emlyon Business School, France

  • Strasburg University, France

  • Jonköping University, Sweden

  • University of Groningen, Netherlands

  • Grenoble Ecole de Management, France

  • University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Please note that some of these universities might not offer enough courses that can be transferred for credit at WU in order to complete your program without delay.

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