Ben Crost, MSc Agricultural Development Economics 2004-05.

If you would like to work with big challenges within international economics and food policy, an MSc in Agricultural Economics is an obvious choice for you.

Miguel Chaves, MSc Agricultural Economics 2010-11.

Inibehe George Ukpong, MSc Agricultural Economics 2010-11.

For the MSc in Agricultural Economics students will take:

'Coming from a background in agronomy and farm management, I joined the MSc. in Agricultural Economics to fulfil the will to pursue a career specialization in international agricultural and food economics. Studying at GIIDAE was an highly rewarding experience learning with an excellent academic body, in an enriching multicultural environment amongst colleagues from different backgrounds and experiences. The flexibility between core and optional modules covering a wide range of contemporary topics related with economics, agriculture and development, trade, agricultural policies and the environment, enabled me to acquire a strong set of skills and knowledge about current world agriculture and food issues and their impact worldwide. I particularly enjoyed how some of the topics discussed in class generated discussions extending long after school time, having a strong role in strengthening relations and building friendships. After this great year had come to an end, these relations and friendships evolved into an international network of friends and professional contacts that remain for life.'Miguel Chaves, MSc Agricultural Economics 2010-11.'The MSc Agricultural Economics course has helped me to gain a wider understanding of practical applications of economic concepts and policies to promote global agricultural development. It has also helped me improve greatly on analytical skills, econometrics and other professional skills to build upon my career. The study in general has been designed to address real life situations and concrete problems of agriculture and economic development in different parts of the world. Generally, the multi-cultural mix, and practical sessions of the modules have impacted positive changes on the character of my person, and helped me to develop a good team work attitude, presentation skills and self confidence.’Inibehe George Ukpong, MSc Agricultural Economics 2010-11.

Miguel Chaves, MSc Agricultural Economics 2010-11.

'Coming from a background in agronomy and farm management, I joined the MSc. in Agricultural Economics to fulfil the will to pursue a career specialization in international agricultural and food economics. Studying at GIIDAE was an highly rewarding experience learning with an excellent academic body, in an enriching multicultural environment amongst colleagues from different backgrounds and experiences. The flexibility between core and optional modules covering a wide range of contemporary topics related with economics, agriculture and development, trade, agricultural policies and the environment, enabled me to acquire a strong set of skills and knowledge about current world agriculture and food issues and their impact worldwide. I particularly enjoyed how some of the topics discussed in class generated discussions extending long after school time, having a strong role in strengthening relations and building friendships. After this great year had come to an end, these relations and friendships evolved into an international network of friends and professional contacts that remain for life.'Miguel Chaves, MSc Agricultural Economics 2010-11.'The MSc Agricultural Economics course has helped me to gain a wider understanding of practical applications of economic concepts and policies to promote global agricultural development. It has also helped me improve greatly on analytical skills, econometrics and other professional skills to build upon my career. The study in general has been designed to address real life situations and concrete problems of agriculture and economic development in different parts of the world. Generally, the multi-cultural mix, and practical sessions of the modules have impacted positive changes on the character of my person, and helped me to develop a good team work attitude, presentation skills and self confidence.’Inibehe George Ukpong, MSc Agricultural Economics 2010-11.

Inibehe George Ukpong, MSc Agricultural Economics 2010-11.
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'The MSc Agricultural Economics course has helped me to gain a wider understanding of practical applications of economic concepts and policies to promote global agricultural development. It has also helped me improve greatly on analytical skills, econometrics and other professional skills to build upon my career. The study in general has been designed to address real life situations and concrete problems of agriculture and economic development in different parts of the world. Generally, the multi-cultural mix, and practical sessions of the modules have impacted positive changes on the character of my person, and helped me to develop a good team work attitude, presentation skills and self confidence.’

Personal Statement for MSc Agricultural Economics

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Dadson obtained PhD in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ghana. He is a graduate of Imperial College, University of London, where he studied for MSc Agricultural Economics. He also had his Bachelor degree from University of Science and Technology, Kumasi in Agriculture with first class honours. He studied for Postgraduate Diploma in Management Information System (MIS) at the Ghana Institute of Public Administration (GIMPA), and Postgraduate Diploma in Education at the University of Cape coast. He has also completed the professional certificate course in security trading and investment analysis at the Ghana Stock Exchange.

Miguel Chaves, MSc Agricultural Economics 2010-11.

Christian Crentsil, MSc Agricultural Development Economics

'The MSc Agricultural Economics course has helped me to gain a wider understanding of practical applications of economic concepts and policies to promote global agricultural development. It has also helped me improve greatly on analytical skills, econometrics and other professional skills to build upon my career. The study in general has been designed to address real life situations and concrete problems of agriculture and economic development in different parts of the world. Generally, the multi-cultural mix, and practical sessions of the modules have impacted positive changes on the character of my person, and helped me to develop a good team work attitude, presentation skills and self confidence.’