Master of Science [M.Sc] (Applied Economics and Management)
Field of Study
International Student Tution
- The MSc in Applied Economics and Management at Cornell University is a 2-year program.
- The program consists of coursework and a problem-solving project, rather than research, for a hands-on experience to advance in career.
- Students have the opportunity to take Concentrations by subject:
- Applied behavioral economics
- Environmental, energy, and resource economics
- Food and agricultural economics
- International and development economics
- Students in this program learn everything from international trade and development to food, energy, and resource economics and innovations in technology
- The Graduation rate of Cornell University is 94%.
- The student-faculty ratio of this college is 8:1.
- The acceptance rate of Cornell University is 11%.
- Cornell University is ranked #18 in QS Global World Rankings 2021.
|Degree Type Offered||Master|
|Fees||$ 66028 for 2 years|
|Delivery Type||full time|
|Admission Intake||fall (Deadline - Dec 15)|
Eligibility & Entry Requirement
- Students must have BSc or BA from an accredited university to get admission to this program.
- Students whose official language is not English are required to submit IELTS or TOEFL scores.
Required Document List
The following Documents are required to attend this program:
- Resume/CV: Outline of academic achievements and/or awards, publications, relevant work, and volunteer experience.
- Academic Documents: Submit copies of official transcripts from post-secondary institutions attended.
- Two confidential letters of recommendation: Referees (Teachers, guidance counselors, or Professors) should comment on academics, and that references should submit along with the application system.
- Tests Score statement: Students have to submit their English language proficiency scores like IELTS, TOEFL, or other test scores.
|fall||Dec 15, 2021|
Fees & Funding
Tution & Application Fees
|Year||Year 1||Year 2|
|Books and Supplies||$1332||$1332|
|Head||Avg Cost Per Year|
Times Higher Education 2021
Ranked #23 / 601
Economics [ International ]
Scholarship Grants & Financial Aids
|Name||Amount||International Students Eligible||Application Deadline|
|QS scholarships||Variable||Yes||Apr 30, 2021|
|Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship||$ 2000||Yes||N/A|
|Education for Sustainable Energy Development Scholarship Program||$ 21000||Yes||Mar 6, 2020|
|SWE Scholarships||Variable||Yes||May 1, 2021|
VISA & Work Study
- International students and scholars should always consult international service advisors at the Office of Global Learning before leaving the U.S to ensure students can return to the U.S. without incident. For example, if students have a single-entry U.S visa and they plan to return to the U.S, they will need to obtain a new U.S visa while they are abroad.
- The most common visa statuses at Cornell are F-1 and J-1 for students and J-1 and H-1B for faculty and staff.
- Students can work as student employees as long as they remain registered full-time in a degree-granting program, enrolled in classes, and have no registration, bursar, or other holds on their Cornell record. Cornell does not place students in jobs.
- If students receive financial aid and are either U.S citizens or eligible non-citizen with financial needs, they may also be eligible for Federal Work-Study (FWS).
- Work-study does not mean students get paid to study, but rather they work in real jobs and earn real money that is students to use toward covering their educational expenses. As work-study students, the amount they are expected to earn from working is listed in their financial aid package.