Master of Arts in Law and Economics
The objective of the program is to provide students with advanced knowledge about the economic effects of divergent laws and to prepare them for a career in public organizations, business or law firms. The MA in Economic and Legal Studies is a full fee-paying program. No tuition waiver or stipend is available.
Microeconomics; Quantitative Methods; Contract Theory; Law and Economics; Introduction to European Contract Law; Introduction to Law and Legal Systems
Entry Requirements for the Master’s Program
In addition to meeting the General CEU Admissions Requirements, students with Law background (BA in Law from at least four years law program) will follow the same admission procedure as do the candidates applying for International Business Law program (IBL LLM; http://legal.ceu.hu/ ). Students with an Economics background (BA in Economics) should write an essay explaining why they wish to study Law and Economics, and include it in the application package.