This Degree Programme offers one curriculum taught in English: Economics and Financial Markets.
This curriculum aims to develop the expertise needed to evaluate, design and use financial products and to analyze national and international financial markets.
The first two years provide basic preparation in Economics, Management, Accounting, Mathematics, Statistics and Law, while the third year focuses on Monetary and Financial Economics and Policy, International Macroeconomics, Financial Markets and Institutions, Corporate Finance, Statistics for Finance and Financial Econometrics.
The courses are taught within an international cultural environment.
In addition to the standard courses, seminars on advanced topics are given by professors and experts from international universities and institutions.
Students attending the program are encouraged to participate in the various Exchange Programs available in EU and non-EU universities and to undertake internships.
The course aims to provide students with a strong command of both theoretical and applied economics topics together with relevant teaching in business, legal, mathematical and statistical disciplines.
Students are prepared to address and resolve problems in macro- and micro-economic environments, exploiting a multiplicity of analytical tools that combine the fundamental principles of economic sciences with mathematical and statistical methods and the necessary methodologies for their application in economics. Particular importance is attributed to the ability to model economic, social and cultural phenomena.
In a context of international integration of real and financial markets, the course analyses the overall functioning of economic systems and studies the behavior of companies, private-sector organizations and public-sector bodies that constitute these systems.
From the various topics studied in the course, five areas emerge which jointly contribute to the realization of the most effective learning objectives for the intended professional profiles.
These profiles are also recognized by the labor and management organizations that have been consulted.
- Area ‘Culture and general and applied learning’
- Area ‘Economics’
- Area ‘Business administration and management’
- Area ‘Quantitative studies’
- Area ‘Legal studies’
The level of preparation required for this program is typically that offered by secondary education courses, as specified by the academic regulations of the program.
Prospective students are required to take an entrance test in order to assess their level. In addition, students who intend to enroll on the curriculum taught in English must demonstrate proficiency in the English language at least to level B2.
Undergraduate courses in “International Economics and Financial Markets” (degree program in Economics and Financial Markets) at the University of Trieste are limited enrollment courses.
Prospective students must take a test that assesses their level and ranks them on an admission list.
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Last updated May 25, 2018