28 June 2019
European Finance / Summer
This course offers an overview of European finance, including the budget of the European Union, European fiscal and tax policies, the European monetary policy, the Euro zone enlargement, tax evasion in the European Union, and comparative aspects between the European and U.S. financial systems.
We strongly recommend that students taking this course attend the presentation at the National Bank of Belgium scheduled in Brussels at the end of the program as it will provide them with an overview of European finance, including the budget of the European Union, European fiscal and tax policies, the European monetary policy and the Euro zone enlargement.
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upper undergraduate students
Upon completion of the module, you should have:
- specialist knowledge of the different types of cash instruments in the money markets
- advanced knowledge and critical understanding in currency exchange rates with an appreciation of international trade and capital flows
4 ECTS / 2 US Credits
EUR 0: no tuition fees for students from partner universities
EUR 0: 500 euros/week for free movers
no scholarships available