The Graduate degree programme is built around a common core of economic, mathematical-statistical, legal and business subjects.
Based on that perspective, it is possible for our students to go into specific topics such as: Labour Economics, Industrial Economics, International Economics, Monetary and Financial Economics, Public Economics, Education Economics, Health Economics, Resource and Development Economics, Economic Policy, Impact Assessment of Economic Policies, Economic History. The programme also gives
particular emphasis to the research method and leads to a high degree of mastery of quantitative tools in a multidisciplinary context.
The programme foresees a course taught entirely in English (Economics). The programme is structured in such a way as to develop a solid basis of competence in the economic and quantitative area, in particular through training activities in the economic and mathematical-statistical fields. The legal area complements and reinforces the preparation by studying the problems of the functioning of markets, institutions and enterprises.
Teaching Activities and Workshops
The programme includes workshops and internships, organised in collaboration with representatives from business or institutions in which theoretical knowledge is translated into applied contexts.
The proposed programme makes extensive use of interactive teaching methods, combining traditional lectures with the following active teaching tools: advanced exercises, seminars, supplementary courses, discussion of cases, analysis of current issues and problems, meetings with entrepreneurs, managers and representatives of public and private institutions, both national and international.
The programme makes constant use of online platforms where the student can find supplementary teaching material and all further references and contacts for approaching the course content and preparing for examinations.
The Graduate degree programme lasts two years after the undergraduate programme.
Each exam is given a certain number of credits the same for all students and a grade (expressed in a mark out of 30) which varies according to the level of preparation. A minimum of 120 credits (ECTS) must be acquired in order to obtain a Graduate degree.
The programmes end with an assessment test, which must in any case be expressed by a grade out of 30. This may also apply to other forms of supplementary teaching for which eligibility may also be provided.