Faculty of: ECONOMIA



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Admissions and enrolment
2 Years
Degree Classes
LM-56 (Scienze dell'economia)

Career Opportunities

The programme has performed very well in terms of placement in the labour market (European Central Bank, Eurizon, Deloitte, Oxford Policy Management, Intesa San Paolo, Chatham House, REF Ricerche, Deutsche Bundesbank) and in academia (some of our students are now completing their Ph.D. at Brown University, Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona, University of Nottingham, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, and include winners of prestigious scholarships granted by the Bank of Italy).

The university offers various sessions/events on career guidance. The Career Service organizes meeting with companies, one-to-one career advice, job interview simulations, and a continuously updated list of available job postings.

The professional profile for students that graduate in Economics enables them to work in organisations, centres of study and analyses of economic systems, both at national and inter-national level. In addition, the graduate in Economics is in a position to continue and further deepen his or her studies at a doctoral level, in order to pursue an academic career, also at inter-national level.
In particular, the Graduate degree holder can perform a variety of professional functions related to a variety of employment outlets.
Professional Functions:

  • Performing operational tasks within banking and financial institutions;
  • Providing consultancy services in the economic, socio-demographic, economic, financial and industrial fields;
  • Managing relations with public administrations, regulatory authorities and international institutions;
  • Performing tasks related to economic and social research.

Job Opportunities:
International organisations, banking and financial institutions, consultancy firms, private companies, public and private research institutes, innovative segments of the public administration, regulatory authorities, non-profit organisations, business press, universities.