Welcome to the MMT University

It is expected enrolments will be taken early to mid-2019. There is a lot of planning going on at present and systems are being built as 2018 unfolds.

The MMT University will offer on-line, interactive tuition in Modern Monetary Theory in partnership with the leading proponents of MMT across the Globe

Students will receive first-class tuition from well-known professors in small classes facilitated via an on-line video platform (real-time and pre-recorded) and will be able to access learning materials in digital and hard-copy formats.

The MMT University is a not-for-profit institution. It has no physical presence and does not hold itself out as an award-conferring educational institution under any national accreditation jurisdiction. It has no official status. It is a private training college that will deliver short modular courses in MMT as a matter of public interest and education. It will operate in the long-standing tradition of the Free University (although some costs might be recovered).

We are currently seeking sponsors for this venture to ensure that any fees will be minimal if at all. Long-term proposals to support the institutional expenses will be appreciated. Please contact us at the E-mail address below, if you think you can donate funds. They will be administered through a 501(c)(3) organisation under US law (as a donor advised fund initiative).

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Administration

Information on governance, management staff and other structure will be available early in 2019 (around February).

Initial enquiries should be directed to Professor Bill Mitchell - see below.

Enrolments

Information on enrolment procedures will be available early in 2019 (around February).

Teaching Materials

Information on accessing teaching materials and running your MMT University account will be available early in 2019 (around February).

Here are some details about the introductory text book - Modern Monetary Theory and Practice: An Introductory Text Book.

A new Intermediate MMT text Book by the same authors will replace this introductory book and will combine 2 full academic years of material. It will be published by Macmillan Palgrave later in February 2019. Details will follow.