When I started, the EMEA program was still 'finding itself' as it is a very young program. I did not yet participate at all lectures, but it was a strenge hybrid of Middle Eastern topics and pure economics. In both of them were some interestings lectures, but also some that need additional refinement.
The students came from various countries, including several from the...
- open-minded university teachers/lecturers
- lots of choices what to study
- mandatory internship is helpful
- no mandatory group study project would be a help
Great choices, a lot of freedom
Anonymous rated 3 out of 5 stars
I liked that you're very free to chose different courses, you can focus on what concerns you and what you're interested in. I liked that the faculty is very left and you can discuss about topics, that other Universities don't offer. At the same time, that makes the courses a little bit one-sided, one should be aware of that.
The Faculty is VERY disorganised and you have...