The EUconomics Module includes three teaching activities, which deal with current issues on European integration and European financial and monetary fundamentals of real interest in our days (see course description). Also, the courses have a high practical utility, approaching key issues related to the impact of the financial and monetary policies on the social and economic environment of the EU.


The direct beneficiaries of the teaching activities will be selected mainly from the students of the bachelor programmes of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (Public Administration, Accounting, Statistics, International Affairs, Business Administration, Finance and Banking, etc.).  

The three innovative courses will contribute to improving the career prospects of the students after graduation, as they will enhance the employability of the beneficiaries in national and European institutions involved in developing and implementing fiscal and monetary policy decisions, in research institutions specialized in European integration issues, in international companies activating in EU countries, etc.