Students with a Bachelor pass grade of between 2.5 and 3 (see also the Credit Conversion Table here) require a note compensation for entrance to the MSc International Economics and Management.
Depending on your grade, the compensation requires a specific number of ECTS in the thematic areas Quantitative Methods/Economics. This comprises all the modules starting with the module number M.184.14__ , M.184.24__ and M.184.34__, amongst several others.
Alternatively, of your final dissertation topic came under thematic areas 'Quantitative Methods/Economics', this may despense you from note compensation.
To apply for note compensation you need either a transcript of record (for module compensation for modules in Economics or Quantitative Methods), or a confirmation of your approved dissertation (for final dissertation compensation in Economics or Quantitative Methods). The documents have to state the number of ECTS (module compensation), or the name of the Supervisor/Academic Advisor (dissertation), and for both, they must state your student enrolment number, e-mail address and date of birth. The application has to be handed into the Secretariat Office of Professor Jungblut (Q4.334) or to his pigeonhole (level Q0, Postbox 2). Please do not submit original certificates. A confirmation of the note compensation will be forwarded to the Study Secretary, Herr Fischer.
Enquiries about note compensation, and applications, can be made via the following contact form.