Candidates wishing to enroll in the Master's degree course in Entrepreneurship and Innovation are expected to hold a degree or a three-year Italian Diploma Universitario or other qualification earned in Italy or abroad recognized by the current legislation.
Moreover, thay must meet specific minimum curricular requirements (50 university credits - ECTS):
- at least 12 ECTS to certify knowledge in one or more of the following areas: business administration, economics and business management, corporate finance, corporate organization, financial markets and institutions;
- at least 12 ECTS in political economy, economic policy, public economics, econometrics;
- at least 10 ECTS in Mathematics, statistics, Economic statistics, computer science, information processing systems;
To achieve the 50 ECTS required, the following areas may also be added to the previous ones and taken into consideration: Private law, Public law, Agricultural law, Commercial Law or International Law, Economic Law, Labour Law, EU Law; history of economic thought, economic history, sociology of economic processes and labour; design, industrial design, sociology of cultural and communication processes; industrial engineering design and methods, processing technologies and systems, mechanical industrial plants, economics and rural assessable value, general and inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry; general botany and comparative anatomy.
Candidates are also expected to have already acquired good command of the English language (B2 level) and the ability to use the main IT tools (word processors, spreadsheets, database design and management, presentation tools).
The assessment of the curricular requirements, as well as the evaluation of the candidates’ educational background, is carried out by a Commission made up of the chairman (or its delegate) of the Degree Course Teachers’ Council, a member to be designated by the Degree Course Teachers’ Council and a member to be designated by the relevant Department.
At the end of the assessment process, the Commission will decide whether or not the candidate meets curricular requirements and has an adequate educational background; a merit list will be drawn up only for non-EU citizens residing abroad. This list will solely to be used in the event that the number of eligible candidates exceeds the number of places available.