International Economics and Finance

SubjectEconomics, Finance


Type of DegreeBachelor

CostApproximatelyEUR 13,000



Cost non-EUEUR 13,000

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The globalization of the world and of economic activities is requiring a new generation of economists and financial experts. Old paradigms of knowledge must be adapted to an environment that is constantly subject to changes. The professionals of the future must develop a new attitude toward a global thinking perspective.

Students of the Bachelor of International Economics and Finance are plunged in a multicultural environment, where the subjects of economics and finance are filtered and analyzed in an international perspective.

Students can choose between two majors. In the major of Economics, a sound methodological preparation based on quantitative methods applied to social sciences goes hand in hand with applications to a large set of international issues (globalization, international economics, monetary economics, development economics). 

In the major of Finance, students are exposed to a large set of topics related to the functioning of the modern financial systems: capital markets, financial intermediaries, corporate finance techniques are all studied and discussed, with a clear international perspective.

What surprises me the most is that, as long as time goes on, our students want to get more exposed to topics and teaching methods that push them to the edge. They want to be part of an international context and are open to be challenged by an outstanding faculty that mixes brilliantly the best of teaching capabilities and excellence in research. Our students are a key element of this great project and contribute to the internationalization of the future managerial class. Stefano Gatti FACULTY MEMBER

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