Master Degree (English-taught) - School: Economics - Access type: Open with curricular skills evaluation
o Class: LM-90
o Course type: Master Degree
o Duration: 2 years
o Access type: Open with curricular skills evaluation
o School: Economics
o Department: Finance and Economics
o Course code: H75
Description and Teaching Objectives
This Degree is designed to meet the requirements of students interested in a training course focused on European studies. Its interdisciplinary approach provides a broad viewpoint on economic and legal issues of international scope.
It aims at preparing graduates able to operate with extensive expertise in managing and operating European institutions. It deals with specialised economic, legal, business, political and historical notions. It provides basic tools and interpretative models to become acquainted with institutional systems and their relevant partners (companies, Public Administration, national and international institutions) for a deeper understanding of the political decision-making and regulatory processes in place.
This Degree is designed for graduates in Economics, Law, Political Science or Humanities. In order to deepen their quantitative skills, the programme includes three weeks of mandatory prerequisite classes for students with no background in Economics. Such prerequisites cover the following disciplines: Mathematics, Statistics, Micro and Macro Economics.
In order to develop targeted problem-solving skills - which are more and more important when aiming at ‘creative’, high added-value positions in our global society - students are involved in a wide range of tasks including group work and internships.
In particular, this Degree enjoys exclusive agreements with major institutions and international companies for curricular internships. Active agreements include: the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), British Embassy, Embassy of Denmark, GUCCI, IKEA, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Findus.
University relationship with and attention to students represent a further key aspect. The faculty regularly meet students to check on their progress and academic tutors are always available too. The programme also offers a series of further services: grants, University residencies, student card with discounts for restaurants and public transport, photocopy card, Italian classes and healthcare for foreign students, hospitality and orientation services.
This Degree aims at candidates wishing to pursue a career at an international level to organise and manage public and private international bodies or trade companies.
The professional profile of graduates in European Economy and Business Law meets the expertise standards required by:
- European and international institutions
- Companies and corporations
- National Public Administration;
- Research institutes and Universities
In recent years statistics have shown that approximately 96% of graduates in European Economy and Business Law find work within the first three months after graduation. The most prestigious professional roles include management functions, management of specialistic economic systems and legal experts within institutions and national or transnational companies: Poste Italiane, Telecom, Unicredit, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, Ryanair.
This Degree also enables graduates to continue their academic career with postgraduate programmes (2nd-level Vocational Master and PhD).
Web References And Contacts
Degree Coordinator: Professor Leonardo Becchetti
Didactic secretariat: Department of Finance and Economics,
Building B (Research) second floor, rooms 39 and 39A
Admission office: Doctor Elona Guga and Doctor Federica Corrente
Tel: +39 06/7259.5719
Mobile: +39 366/5607416 - +39 339/3587749 (Rome Time Zone)
+001 647/8638417 (New York Time Zone)
Programme Office: Doctor Maria Innocenzi and Doctor Giorgio Berducci
Tel: +39 06/7259.5722