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Virtual Mises University 2023

Virtual Mises University 2023

July 23, 2023July 29, 2023
Auburn, Alabama

Join 2023's Virtual Mises University for only $25—or join free for Mises Institute Members (uses your promo code on the back of your Membership card). 

For almost thirty years, Mises Institute scholars have presented at Mises University, a world-class, week-long, intensive event in Austrian Economics. Virtual Mises University is the online component of this seminar for students, professionals, business people, and absolutely anyone, anywhere, who is interested in the pursuit of economic truth. For Virtual Mises U, there is no time limit, and attendees can log on for independent study.

Anyone who desires this in-depth experience online can attend Virtual Mises U for $25—or free with a Mises Institute Membership code. As an attendee, you can watch live and archived lectures, review and download lecture slides, and utilize the MU reader. While VMU does not offer an online quiz or certificate of completion, for those having an undergraduate degree and seeking a credential in Austrian economics, the Mises Institute recommends the online Master of Arts degree in Austrian economicsdetailed information available at Mises.org/edu

Mises's words still ring true: "As conditions are today, nothing can be more important to every intelligent man than economics. His own fate and that of his progeny is at stake."

Virtual Mises University 2023 is now open for pre-registration. In your confirmation email, you will receive a unique password to access the VMU landing page.


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