Netherlands, Amsterdam

European Financial Markets and Institutions

when 3 July 2017 - 14 July 2017
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 800

In order to understand European financial markets, institutions and their economic decisions, this summer course focuses on the policy measures taken in this respect and their effect on financial markets and the broader economy.

Course leader

Paul Feenstra and Michel Knoppel

Target group

Students with a good command of the English language (upper intermediate level), basic understanding of Economics.

Course aim

Through lectures, group-assignments, lunch discussions and visits to important institutions in Amsterdam (The Dutch Central Bank and the Amsterdam Stock Exchange) and in Brussels (European Commission and the European Parliament), students will learn more about European financial markets and institutions.

Fee info

EUR 800: Please check the website for more information about the tuition fee, early bird discounts and the discount that applies for students from our partner institutes. Information about housing arrangements is also listed on the website.