A graduate programme normally lasts another two years following a three-year undergraduate programme. In order to obtain a Graduate Programme Degree, students must have acquired at least 120 academic credits, including those that pertain to the final examination.
Each course is assigned a number of credits, the same for all students, and a mark (measured in thirtieths) which varies according to the level of each student's knowledge. Teaching ends with an assessment test measured in thirtieths. The time reserved for personal study or other individual training activities accounts for about two thirds of the total hours. After passing the final examination the student obtains a graduate programme degree in Statistical and Actuarial sciences. The course of study is structured within the curriculum:
- Actuarial sciences for insurance
Students enrolled in the Graduate Programme for Statistical and Actuarial sciences (Curriculum in Actuarial Sciences for Insurance) can access a Double Degree curriculum:
The graduate programme in Statistical and Actuarial Sciences (Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore) and the MSc in Mathematical finance (UNC Charlotte). Further information is available at here