The Master's programme in Spatial, Transport and Environmental Economics is a high-quality one-year programme designed for the economist with an interest in spatial, transport or environmental economics. The Master is firmly grounded in economics, but allows the students to have a relatively strong multidisciplinary orientation. It addresses highly relevant and strongly interrelated policy issues in today's modern societies, such as regional development, urban problems, transport policies and environmental degradation. As such, it is concerned with virtually every aspect of our society in which factors such as space, distance and networks are critical issues.
The master's programme takes one year. The programme's study load is 60 credits.