International Economics and Policy
The third year is focused on specific development of the further integration and application of knowledge and skills in courses within the International Economics and Policy.
The student can partly choose the content of the programme using electives, their use of the free time in their schedule, and the selection of a topic for the Bachelor’s thesis.
In principle, all courses from other Bachelor’s programmes can be chosen as electives within the faculty. However, methodology courses, projects, and the Academic Skills course cannot always be chosen as electives. Not every course is equally suitable as an elective course option. When making a decision, please take note of the header “prior knowledge” in the course description. If you would like more information on your ability to take a course, or on the best order for you to take certain courses in, please contact the study advisor or consult the faculty minor guide.