This 2nd year Master level program teaches students the various activities of governments – expenditure policies, tax instruments, macroeconomic and regulatory policies – in an evolutionary, comparative, international perspective.
Graduates from the International Master in Public Finance (IMPF) will be active and dynamic players in processes of management and reform of public sector activities and agencies, in a plurality of institutional contexts and countries. They can typically be employed in:
- International organizations (EU, IMF, OECD, etc),
- National administrations at the central and local levels,
- Banks and financial institutions, especially in the assessment of country specific risks and policy evaluation,
- Nonprofit organizations and think-tanks.
The IMPF offers double-degrees with 6 parner universities (Friburg - Switzerland, Tampere - Finland, Piemonte Orientale and Turin - Italy, Masaryk - Czech Republic and Mino - Portugal). The program also welcomes students from several Asian partner universities and institutions as well as individual applications from all over the world.
More information on the Master's website here.