The Master's degree program in Economics and Finance (EF) aims at training professionals able to cope with the growing complexity of the economic-financial systems in the era of information, digitalization, and big data.
EF graduates have a high scientific, cultural and professional profile that allows them to make decisions and work in modern financial markets and economies, thanks to an excellent academic background combined with quantitative and soft skills.
Teaching is grounded on cutting-edge research. EF students have the chance to learn in a stimulating and highly interactive environment. Learning is conceived from an international perspective, combining small classes with active teaching practices, including seminars, reading groups, and teamwork on real-world issues. It enables active participation and interactions, creating fruitful bridges between the university and private and public sector (firms, institutions, banks, etc.). EF students can also take advantage of the wide range of exchange and internship opportunities to either study or work abroad during their program.
Interim coordinator: prof. Sergio Ortobelli Lozza
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