The MA program in economics is specifically designed to provide students with a strong theoretical foundation, solid quantitative skills, and the critical thinking tools necessary to succeed in a world-class doctoral program or advance through the ranks of their chosen professions. In addition, the program’s diverse curriculum and distinguished faculty members help prepare students to become ideal candidates for prestigious and challenging jobs in international, government and private institutions. The program opens numerous opportunities for prestigious and creative jobs in research centers and departments, both in government and private institutions. AUC graduates of this program have also made valuable additions to several UN and international development institutions.
AUC offers a variety of fellowships, academic scholarships and work-study opportunities to assist students in financing their graduate studies. Below is a list of fellowships and scholarships available at the graduate level:
- African Graduate Fellowships
African, non-Egyptian students
- Dr. Ahmed and Ann M. El-Mokadem Fellowship
- University Fellowships
- Engaged Scholars Fellowship Program
- MAL/MUN Fellowships
- Ryoichi Sasakawa Endowed Young Leaders Fellowships Fund (SYLFF) Program
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Upon graduating from one of these programs you will have the freedom to choose from a number of job prospects such as in consulting firms, research institutes and international organizations. Masters of Arts in economics graduates have joined leading international, regional and local institutions and have been admitted to doctoral programs at prominent universities worldwide.