Postgraduate School in Economics 2017

Postgraduate School in Economics 2017
Belarusian Economic Research and Outreach Center BEROC is pleased to announce the enrollment to the Postgraduate School in Economics to be held in Minsk in January – June 2017 on the basis of the Economic Department of the Belarusian State University.
The School will be held in a module format. The classes are scheduled in the evening (6pm-9pm) for one week per month. Each module consists of 20 academic hours. 
The participants will take courses in Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Econometrics, and a workshop on Research Methods. The instructors are visiting professors from European and US universities, and BEROC faculty. 
Working language of the school is English.
Econometrics I: Cross-Sectional and Time Series Analysis of Data
January 23-27, 2017
Instructor: Maksym Obrizan (Ph.D. University of Iowa), Assistant Professor at Kyiv School of Economics
Microeconomics I: Consumer Theory, Behavioural Economics  
February 2017
Instructor: Volodymyr Vakhitov (Ph.D. University of Kentucky), Assistant Professor at Kyiv School of Economics
Macroeconomics I: Economic Growth
March 2017
Instructor: Kateryna Bornukova (Ph.D. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Academic Director at BEROC
Microeconomics II: Producer Theory, Introduction to Corporate Finance
April 2017
Instructor: Viktar Fedaseyeu (Ph.D. Boston College), Assistant Professor at Bocconi University
Macroeconomics II: Topics in Macroeconomics  
May 2017
Instructor: Igor Livshits (Ph.D. University of Minnesota), Associate Professor at Western University
Econometrics II: Applied Microeconometrics
May 2017
Instructor: Aliaksandr Amialchuk (Ph.D. University of Houston), Associate Professor at University of Toledo
Research Methods 
June 2017
Instructors: Kateryna Bornukova (Ph.D. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), Academic Director at BEROC
Dzmitry Kruk (Ph.D. candidate at Crakow University of Economics), Researcher at BEROC
Applicants selected for participation under competition will be awarded scholarshipscovering tuition fee and possible reimbursement of travel and accommodation costs for graduate students from regional universities located in Belarus subject to study success. 
Those participants who will attend not less than 80% of classes and successfully pass the exams will get the certificates.
To be an appropriate candidate you should: 
• be a PhD or MA student or plan to enter PhD or MA program at Belarusian university;
• have good knowledge of English;
• have good university record (the average score should be equal or higher than 7,5 on a ten-point scale).
To participate in the competition process you should fill in the application form in English by December 18, 2016
BEROC has the right to check the information included into the application. 
Send us your questions about the School and BEROC to
Selected candidates will be contacted via e-mail on January 9, 2016.