Applicants should have an academic degree (with above-average grades) in economics, mathematics, social sciences, engineering or related disciplines and sufficient English skills of at least B2 level of the CEFR.
Applicants are first evaluated with respect to their academic performance (Bachelor‘s degree) as well as regarding their qualifications, knowledge and skills in the field of economics. Second, further accomplishments and qualifications (e.g. internships, language skills and international experience) are taken into account. Candidates for whom their qualification cannot be unambiguously established will be invited to an interview.