How to Apply
The application process for Fall 2019 will finish on August 20, 2019
Applicants to the Master’s programme in International Trade Policy should have a Bachelor’s degree confirmed by a state diploma.
Applicants should provide an official copy of their Bachelor’s diploma and personal statement.
Applicants should have a level of English proficiency that allows them to read English-language monographs, scientific articles and publications by international organizations on economic issues, as well as to attend courses taught in English.
Applicants may demonstrate their English proficiency by submitting international test results (e.g., IELTS, TOEFL, CAE, BEC Higher, etc.).
Applicants without proof of English proficiency will be offered an exam that includes a written and oral comprehension test in order to assess their English language skills.
Admission to the Master's programme is a competitive process based on a review of portfolio materials submitted by applicants.