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  • 51 new students entered the MSPE Program this fall. This new class hailed from 7 different countries around the world (41 China, 1 Egypt 2 Guatemala, 1 Indonesia, 1 Saudi Arabia, 1 South Korea, and 4...
  • 84 new students entered the MSPE Program this fall.
  • The STEM designation allows MSPE graduates, who participate in Optional Practical Training (OPT) with an employer in the United States, to file a request for a two-year extension to the normal one...

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  • ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST PER STUDENT FOR MSPE PROGRAM 2021-2022 Expenses paid directly to the University of Illinois Total tuition and fees are estimated to be $45,023. The...
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  • The second field trip for the semester was to visit Bayer in St. Louis on October 25th. Bayer acquired Monsanto Company in 2018. Bayer is a life science company...
  • Our first field trip for the semester was to visit the headquarters of Cummins in Indianapolis on September 20th. Cummins is one of the largest producers of...
  • ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST PER STUDENT FOR MSPE PROGRAM 2020-2021 Expenses paid directly to the University of Illinois Total tuition and fees are estimated to be $43,812. The tuition...
  • The spring semester concluded with the biannual spring break field trip to Washington, DC (March 17 – 22). Students attended four presentations: (1) ...
  • The first field trip of the semester was to Deloitte on February 15. Deloitte provides audit, tax consulting, enterprise risk, and financial...
  • Our second field trip for the semester was to visit Wells Fargo Advisors, a brokerage firm and subsidiary of Wells Fargo & Company, located in St. Louis, Missouri.
  • Our visit to the CBOE on September 21 was an interesting look into the past as well as the present of options markets.
  • The semester concluded with the much-anticipated trip to New York City (March 18 - 23). Students attended presentations by the United Nations, Council on Foreign Relations, Moody’s, and TIAA.
  • The second field trip of the semester was to ADM in Decatur, Illinois on March 2.
  • José Cantero Sienra (MSPE '00), Economist, has been appointed as a Full Member of the Board of the Central Bank of Paraguay on July 28, 2017, for a period of five years.
  • Mzwanele Mfunwa (MSPE '93), is currently employed as Chief of the Sub-Regional Initiatives Unit in the Southern Africa Office (Lusaka, Zambia) of the United Nations Economic...
  • Danara Tileubergen (MSPE '15), is currently working as a senior researcher at the Economic Research Institute in Kazakhstan.
  • Jose Sanchez Segura (MSPE '05), after completing the MSPE Program, Jose was awarded a degree in public polices at Escuela de Gobierno in Guatemala. He has been working for the...
  • Zakhele Lukhele (MSPE '90), was awarded a post graduate diploma in advanced banking law from the University of Johannesburg in 2006. Zakhele is a managing director (CEO) at the...
  • Aziz Hatipagaoglu (MSPE '05), was awarded a Ph.D. in economics from Gazi University in 2014. Aziz is the founder and general manager of the HG Group Education and Consultancy LLC in...
  • Hakan Dalcik (MSPE '07), is currently employed as the Head of the TIR Department at the Ministry of Customs and Trade in Turkey.
  • Students traveled to Peoria in February to visit Caterpillar. The day began with a presentation describing the roles and responsibilities of the bussiness economic...
  • The last trip for the fall semester was to Springfield, Illinois. The students started the day with three presentations at the Office of Management and Budget.
  • The second field trip of the semester was to the U.S. headquarters of Anheuser-Busch InBev, located in St. Louis, Missouri. AB inBev is a Belgian...
  • The visit began with a presentation by Rick Mattoon, a senior economist and economic advisor in the economic research department, who talked about the 2017 economic outlook for the U.S. Ms. Cindy...
  • We concluded the academic year with a spring break trip to Washington, DC (March 19 – 24). Students attended presentations by the World Bank, Federal Trade Commission, International Monetary Fund,...
  • For the first fall trip, students traveled to Moline, IL to visit the world headquarters of John Deere. Established in 1837, John Deere manufacturers...
  • Our third visit was to the International Monetary Fund. The presenter highlighted the IMF history, organizational structure, missions, and its...
  • Our second visit was to the Federal Trade Commission. Our visit began with a presentation about history, structure and activities of the FTC as an agency...
  • Our first visit was to the World Bank. The presentation began with an overview of World Bank history, organizational structure, and missions. The speaker...
  • Our final visit was to the Inter-American Development Bank. The event started with an overview of the IDB group followed...
  • The final fall trip was to the Illinois Farm Bureau in Bloomington on November 4. The IFB is an association of farmers, which was formed 100 years ago to further...
  • On October 21, the MSPE students visited the world headquarters of Monsanto, a sustainable agriculture company located in St. Louis, Missouri...
  • The first fall field trip was to the Chicago Board Options Exchange (CBOE) on September 16. CBOE is the world’s largest options exchange and the leader in product...
  • The highlight of the academic year was the spring break field trip to New York City (March 20 – 25). Students attended presentations by the United Nations, Council on Foreign Relations, Standard...
  • The second spring field trip was to visit Archer Daniels Midland in Decatur, Illinois. The visit began with a bus tour of the ADM facilities. Mr. Parry Dixon,...
  • Our first field trip was to the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. The visit began with a presentation by Rick Mattoon, a senior economist and economic advisor...