Global Economics Global Economics

Examine the impact of globalization on European integration, comparative advantage, and international competitiveness by using the theories of international trade, capital markets, and economic development.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

PROGRAM STUDENT PROFILE

This program is right for you if your major is economics, finance, or international relations. You want a European perspective on how globalization, driven by economic growth, changes the market faster than national and international policies.

CORE COURSE OVERVIEW

>> Globalization and European Economies
You will focus on the impact of globalization on European economic integration, using standard theories of international trade applied to the EU common market and monetary union. You will gain a deeper understanding of the economic aspects of European and regional trade, labor, and monetary policy.

BUILD YOUR OWN CURRICULUM

DIS has over 200 elective courses for you to build your curriculum from after choosing your required core course. You have to opportunity to focus on your major or diversify by selecting any combination of courses based on your needs. Click here for electives related to business, economics, finance, marketing, and management.

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Broaden Your Networks & Experience

This program will help you build cross-cultural leadership skills to prepare for a career in a globalized world with:

  • DIS evening workshops free to all DIS students on applying for international internships and building your resumé, as well as an International Career Night
  • Consider enrolling in the elective course, International Financial Management, offering you hands-on experience with international companies, as well as Danish and European students on a two-day Global Capital Market Solutions (GCMS) trading program in which you will buy and sell currencies on the market in real time
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Our study tour to Moscow exceeded my expectations by miles. We visited places like the Delegation of the European Union to Russia, the Royal Danish Embassy, and the Carnegie Moscow Centre, to examine the economic relationship between Russia and the EU and Russia’s own economic growth policies. It was so interesting because with the recent conflicts between Russia and the Ukraine, Moscow was the center of global attention. I learned so much about the political climate in Russia and how Russians view their government.

Helena Chiles Villanova University

The trading competition was an exciting and engaging part of the course. The event helped me gain practical knowledge about trading foreign exchange in a high pressure environment. It also provided the opportunity to network with international students and reputable professionals working in international companies. Because of the event, I had the chance to interview with the CEO of a London-based foreign exchange service company the day following the competition.

Geoffrey Geppert Haverford College
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