Master of Science in European Economy and Business Law
Our MSc in European Economy and Business Law taught entirely in English, is a two-year programme which provides students with a competitive advantage in the field of economics, European institution management and market regulation. The Msc is geared to students from diverse backgrounds. With its interdisciplinary, practical approach and interactive teaching methods, the programme aims at developing advanced knowledge and critical skills. The purpose of the programme is to meet the demand for economic and business expertise with a European focus on European institutions and international organisations - Research institutions - Government and non-governmental agencies - Business consulting firms - National and local public administrations.
NEW! DUAL-TITLE DEGREE WITH SOAS OF LONDON
Selected students will be eligible to take advantage of a dual-title agreement which provides an opportunity to study in Rome and in London and to achieve two different master degrees within a two-year period.
Services and Facilities reserved for students
- Scholarships based on merit and income
- Accommodation at discounted prices
- Free Italian Language Course
- Welcome assistance
- Internship Opportunities
- Dual-Title Degree with SOAS of London
- Exchange Programmes, including Erasmus and Overseas projects
- Wi-Fi connection, PC lab, language lab and library
- Free preparatory courses in Mathematics, Statistics, Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
Visit our website for further information and details: http://economia.uniroma2.it/master-science/eebl/
Call for Application A.Y. 2020/2021
Starting date of the programme:16 September 2020 Length of the programme: 2 years Coordinator: Prof. Elisabetta Iossa Language of instruction: English General admission process: selection is based on academic standing, CV, reference letter, motivational letter and English Language knowledge. Eligibility criteria: a Bachelor degree obtained in the area of economics, political science, law, humanities, finance, business administration and management, engineering, mathematics, physics, statistics or a foreign degree deemed equivalent by the School of Economics. Tuition fees per year: Non-EU Students: 2565€ per year; EU Students: From 156€ to 5.500€, depending on annual family income.
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