Each year, the program gathers students from all over the world to train them in international and development economics and help them become actors of economic development in the context of an integrated world economy.
A basic training in economics (at least 4 years) is required to follow the program.
Courses are structured around three themes:
Teaching staff includes well-known academic researchers with field experience in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Around 15 scholarships per year for students from developing countries offered by:
Application deadline: Annually.
Contacts: Pierrette Noel, Rempart de la Vierge, 8. B-5000 Namur. Belgium. Tel: 32-81-72.48.23, Fax : 32-81-72.48.40, E-mail: intdev [at] fundp.ac.be
Information about scholarships admission procedures: Master in International and Development Economics Scholarships