Fees

Fees for the 2016/17 academic year are 46.11€ per ECTS credit for EU students (and non-EU citizens holding a Spanish residence permit) and 75.00€ per ECTS credit for non EU students without a Spanish residence permit. An enrolment fee of 150€ and a diploma fee (to be paid upon completion of the Master) of 218.50€ have to be paid by all students. 

Given that the master has 60 ECTS credits, the overall costs amount to 3,150€ and 4,875€ for EU and non-EU students, respectively.

Additionally to these fees, students with a degree from a non-Spanish university have to pay, when registering for the master, a fee of 218.15€  for the recognition of their diploma.

Inaugural lecture 2017/18

Next  Thursday 19 October at 16h professor Antonio Estache will deliver MAREB's inaugural lecture for the course 2017-18, under the title"Institutions for Infrastructure in Developing Countries: What We Know and the Lot We still Need to Know". The lecture will take place at the Faculty of Economics' Sala de Graus.

Antonio Estache is professor of economics at Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), where he teaches teaches public economics, regulatory economics, development economics and environmental economics. He is research fellow of the European Centre for Advanced Research in Economics and Statistics (ECARES) and CEPR associate.

More details about his research, publications and teaching activities can be found here

 

Campus d'excel·lència internacional U A B