Business and Finance

New degree programme for the a.y. 2024/25 in Brescia

School of Banking, Finance and Insurance Sciences | School of Economics and Law



The innovative degree programme in Business and Finance provides access to the advantages of a multidisciplinary academic approach. From courses in SME banking and finance to those in data science and artificial intelligence, you'll delve into subject areas that may not be typically offered in a traditional business and finance degree. By doing so, you'll not only enhance your job prospects but also cultivate your personal interests further.

You will gain expertise in economics, business, and law, as well as proficiency in mathematical-statistical methods and quantitative models for addressing financial computations, aided by specialised software tools. You will also develop the ability to articulate yourself in English using technical terminology. The course of study is structured through classroom lectures with student interaction, testimonials from industry experts, seminars, individual and group assignments, data analysis, and case studies.


  • Course type: undergraduate programme
  • Degree class: L-18
  • ECTS: 180
  • Duration: 3 years
  • Available seats: 60 - including 10 for international students
  • Language: English
  • Campus: Via della Garzetta, 48, Brescia - Mompiano
  • Start of classes: September 2024


Programme details

To earn an undergraduate degree, you need to collect 180 university credits (ECTS). You typically gain around 60 credits each year through assessment tests, including both course exams and other supplementary educational activities. Each exam awards a set number of credits, which is the same for all students, and a grade on a scale of thirty, reflecting your level of achievement. The final examination for graduation is given out of 110.

1st year

  • Management and Accounting
  • Micro-Economics
  • Private Law
  • Mathematics
  • Statistics
  • Business English
  • Information Systems
  • Second Foreign Language (French/Spanish/German)
  • Theology I

2nd year

  • Business Law
  • Financial Markets and Institutions
  • Bank Management
  • Macro-Economics
  • Introduction to Quantitative Finance
  • Financial and Managerial Reporting
  • Corporate Finance
  • Theology II

3rd year

  • International Business Regulation
  • Banking and Finance for SMEs
  • Valuation
  • Data Science and Management
  • Human Resources and Management
  • Marketing
  • Applied Econometrics
  • Two Electives among: Artificial Intelligence in Business, Business History, Value Chain Management
  • Thesis

Students are required to attend theology teachings aimed at offering a reasoned and critical knowledge of the Christian message.

Our programme is tailored to meet the specific demands of the local business environment. We focus on nurturing professionals with strong economic and financial competencies to drive internationalisation and digitalisation within the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) of our region.

Versatility and significance in the corporate landscape
As a graduate, you'll be prepared to make a real impact in the corporate world. You'll have the opportunity to work within companies, often in key areas such as finance, administration, planning, and control. Alternatively, you can provide valuable insights and expertise as an external consultant to businesses and financial institutions. Your role may encompass pivotal decisions involving financial resource management, business financing, and strategic planning. Moreover, your proficiency in analysing the latest data and trends will enable you to support informed decision-making at every level of an organisation.

Career Pathways
 A degree in Business and Finance opens up a wide range of career opportunities. Beyond considering further education with a graduate degree programme, you also have the potential to embark on a prosperous career. Graduates find fulfilling roles in various industries, predominantly within SMEs, financial institutions, and public administrations. Potential career pathways include:

  • Junior positions in manufacturing and service companies, specifically in finance-related departments.
  • Financial analyst and corporate financial consultant.
  • Data analyst.
  • Professional accountant

The Schools of Banking, Finance and Insurance Sciences and of Economics and Law are committed to empowering you with the expertise and skills you need to succeed in today's competitive job market.

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Procedure di ammissione al Corso di laurea in Business and Finance - a.a. 2024-25


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Candidates with an international qualification

If you are currently attending a non-Italian High School and/or have obtained a non-Italian High School qualification, make sure to follow the requirements and procedures set for this Programme as outlined on our international website.


N.B. - The information available for the a.y. 2024-25 is provided pending completion of the approval by the competent bodies.

At Università Cattolica, thanks to EDUCatt, the organisation for the right to academic education, you have the opportunity to access scholarships, grants, and various financial assistance programs to support them throughout their academic journey.
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Why choose Business and Finance?

  • An ongoing dialogue between students and professors.
  • A well-established connection with the professional world.
  • A significant international outreach, not only in terms of exchange experiences abroad but also in the development of joint study programmes with leading international players.
  • High employability rates for graduates of the Schools.

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 Our aim is to create and disseminate knowledge and expertise in the field of banking, finance, and insurance through a position of excellence in teaching, research, and cultural discourse on both national and international levels. This translates into the development of a professionalism that meets market demands, characterized by the multidisciplinary approach that has always been a hallmark of our School

Prof. Elena Beccalli, Dean of the Faculty