Gain a strategic advantage and high demand skills for a global career, helping multinational corporations, international banking, or finance organizations succeed amid:
Fluctuating exchange rates
Changing national comparative advantages
Shifting political environments
Benefit from the strengths of Lubin's MBA in International Economics program:
A powerful blend of economics, finance, and international business
Faculty with international business experience
Internships with global corporations, many headquartered nearby
Be well positioned to rise to the C-suite
Leverage your MBA expertise for higher-level career opportunities in this increasingly critical field.
Median salary for economists nationally (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Through the MBA in International Economics you gain an insightful understanding of macroeconomic theories from Lubin's knowledgeable economics faculty. Lubin's economics program also incorporates a focus on understanding international economic and financial-market risks, and how these risks can be managed by economic and corporate managers. This MBA gives you the quantitative, analytical, research, and strategic skills you need to help a multinational organization make sound strategic decisions. You will leave better able to quantify risk and predict shifts in the global environments that affect your industry. Through Lubin's MBA in International Economics, you gain:
Convenient location: Pursue your MBA in International Economics at the graduate campus in Lower Manhattan.
Connect with industry insiders: In addition to the connections and advice our faculty offer, our alumni-who are themselves industry insiders, rising and leading in a wide range of enterprises-actively connect with current students through our LinkedIn mentoring program.
Take full advantage of your dedicated team of advisers while you're here. They can guide you through the program and into your career, opening doors and making connections for you.
831 students from 81 countries. Build your global network and take it with you when you graduate!
A U.S. bachelor's degree or an equivalent degree from a foreign school is the preferred undergraduate degree requirement for admission into the MBA program. In addition to a resume, a personal statement, a GMAT or GRE score report, and two recommendations, applicants must submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities they have attended. If you are an MBA applicant who already holds a business-related master's or doctoral degree, you may request a waiver of the GMAT or GRE. A recent TOEFL score, no more than two years old, is required of all applicants whose native language is not English. Recommended application deadlines are August 1 for the fall entry term and December 1 for the spring entry term. Click for our Application Guidelines and Checklist.
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Here's what to expect with an MBA in International Economics:
Excellent compensation: $56,500 average starting salary for MBA in International Economics graduates (Source: Pace University Career Services Annual Reports)
Earn more later on: $99,350 median salary nationally (Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)
Better prospects: Employment and advancement prospects in international economics are better if you hold a master's or higher (Source: 2010-11 Occupational Outlook Handbook, U.S. Department of Labor)
Make your career move with one of the over 300 employers who recruit Pace graduates every year
Employment 10% above average: Even in these economically challenging times, Pace graduates were hired at a rate 10% above the national average (Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers)
Varied industries and professional paths
Exciting opportunities at respected companies and organizations. Companies that have hired recent graduates of the MBA in International Economics program include:
Corporate Risk Solutions
Join our distinguished alumni pursuing careers around the globe
Faster growth with private industry: Employment growth should be fastest in private industry, especially in management, scientific, and technical consulting services. Rising demand in virtually every industry should stem from the growing complexity of the global economy, the effects of competition on businesses, and increased reliance on quantitative methods for analyzing and forecasting business, sales, and other economic trends. (Source: U.S. Department of Labor)
In the center of New York City's business life, Lubin introduces you to successful business leaders and thriving multinational corporations. Connect directly with the world-class individuals who serve as an Executive- or Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Pace. We nurture relationships with many of the world's leading executives, to broaden and deepen your learning experiencefar beyond what you can expect at any other business school:
Meet top executives when they visit your classes and lecture on campus.
Off campus, we get you through the door and behind the scenes for unique opportunities, thanks to our rich and well-developed network of alumni and corporate partners:
A Fortune 100 company headquarters in metropolitan New York City
The Fed: Research at the Federal Reserve Bank - almost 100 Lubin alumni are employed here
NYSE: The rush of the trading floor
"I have obtained extensive knowledge of international markets and honed my analytical skills under the supervision of the exceptional faculty. Moreover, Lubin has provided outstanding support for my overall professional growth. I have a clear vision of where my career will take me next."
- Elizaveta Vorokhobova '13
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