Dublin Graduate School of Economics (DGSE) is growing
fast and has added a number of noted faculty for the 2007-8 academic year. In addition,
DGSE is adding a new facility in the USA.
New Faculty and Programs
Dean Yates is leading the effort to expand the DGSE
programs around the global. As a 30 year veteran of the financial
industry and economics professor at Cambridge University, Dean Yates has been with
Von Epstein University as a Professor of Economics for 12 years.
He will lead existing and new faculty members in our continued focus on
global trade and economic policy and practice.
DGSE provides Masters and PhD in Economics degrees in with both
course and seminar credits towards these degrees. Major tracks including
Global Finance, Global Macro-Economics, and Financial Management. Most courses are offered
at the main campus in Dublin adjacent to Trinity College or via traveling seminar series at
affiliated colleges and universities. See the Degrees and Courses and
Seminars pages for more information.
economics@VonEpsteinUniversity.eufor further information or inquiries.
Dean Alfred Yates, PhD
Office of Admissions
Von Epsteain University (VEU) is internationally accredited in England, Ireland, Germany
and the USA as well as the highly respected European Commission Accreditation for Universities and
Colleges. VEU also holds international accreditations for its Distance Learning
programs including very special accreditation as a university of study
for disabled students including the speech and hearing impaired.
Students may review accreditation documents in the Office of the President or Offices of each campus.
VEU has a number of campuses in the EU, USA
and Argentina. With our headquarters in Farington England and campuses in Dublin Ireland,
new technology and sciences center in Munich Germany, our new compus in
Las Vegas Nevada USA, and new facilities in Buenos Aires Argentina, we
are growing very fast.
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