International and Development Economics

Learning Outcomes


At the end of their training, graduates are in a position to:

  1. Design and implement innovative programs of economics and human development, inspired by a rigorous economic analysis and adapted both to local aspirations and to international constraints;
  2. Understand and assess the models and methods used by international organizations, foreign governments and consultants in development assistance and international economic relations;
  3. Play an educational role, in particular by clarifying to local decision-makers and to the general public the rationale and usefulness of economic reforms in their local context. 


At the end of their training, graduates will also be able to:

  • Communicate clearly and persuasively both in English (written and oral) as well as in the graphical form;
  • Manage a project, collaborate within a team, and exercise leadership


These qualifications are especially appreciated by governments, international organizations and the academic community.