Master's Programme in Global Markets, Local Creativities
The programme is a two-year joint interdisciplinary Erasmus Mundus International Master's programme and the Department of Economic History have been part of this programme since Autumn 2020.
Global Markets, Local Creativities (GLOCAL)
The other participating universities are the University of Glasgow, University of Barcelona; Erasmus University Rotterdam; Georg-August University Göttingen; University of the Andes samt Kyoto University.
The programme combines knowledge concerning the development of the global economy with it concerning the national, regional and local contexts. It is important to learn about both the institutional differences and the complementarities as well as gain a global perspective. This is a solid basis for working globally. You will also study entrepreneurship, regional and global markets, welfare states, and national and local cultures.