As of A.Y. 2012/2013, the Bologna University School of Economics, Management and Statistics coordinates teaching activities on the Study Programmes pertaining to it, activated according to Department proposals. The School of Economics, Management and Statistics offers students in these disciplines an ideal context in which to acquire a globally-oriented cultural and professional grounding. The School runs first-cycle Degree Programmes on a sound methodological basis acquired by rigorous training with an international bias, and extending to various different disciplines. This gives the student a range of transversal skills in the fields of economics, company management, statistics and finance. Teaching programmes are closely connected to the business world, thanks to a gamut of practicals and placements involving over five hundred firms.
The School also offers second-cycle degree programmes and a range of University Masters geared to attaining specialist and more in-depth skills in wide-ranging sectors – managing cultural and artistic organizations, health management, economics and law, tourist agency management, cooperation with non-profit organizations, financial and insurance analysis, management of international companies, and much else besides.
Internationalization is a watchword of the entire School curriculum. Students may opt for degree programmes conducted in English, degree programmes liaising with foreign universities (Multiple Programmes and Double Degrees), and degree programmes in Italian offering study, placement and research periods via international mobility arrangements in Europe and overseas (Overseas Programmes).
The School of Economics, Management and Statistics works on a Multi-Campus basis, its learning opportunities being shared between the Campuses of Bologna, Forlì and Rimini.
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Admissions & Requirements
To enrol on a First-cycle or Second-Cycle Degree Programme one needs a minimal qualification and certain specific requisites. One must also complete a procedure consisting in: filling out the online registration application form, presenting a series of documents, and paying the enrolment fee.
When to enrol
Every Programme may have a different enrolment deadline, depending on the mechanism for assessing requisites. Look up the specific deadlines in the “Prospective Students” channel of the relevant Degree Programme website. If you choose a restricted-access degree programme, be sure to check the dates given in the Call for Applications at the relevant Campus.
Starting from academic year 2014/15, some schools are adopting a new method of admission to degree programmes with restricted access, based on the score obtained in the nationally recognised CISIA Online Test (TOLC).
Anyone interested in these programmes must first of all sit the TOLC and then register for one of the selections laid down in the call for admissions. You will not be required to sit any other tests, but a ranking list will be published that considers the TOLC score, weighted according to the criteria laid down in the call.