Masters in International Economics and Business Management
The University of Verona offers in its Vicenza branch a two year Masters in International Economics and Business Management, which is entirely taught in English.
The Masters has the goal to train post-graduate students in fields such as International economics, international business management, and international law. Mathematical techniques for optimizing firms management are also covered.
The Masters is open to undergraduate students with a background in economics who are interested in the international dimension of economic activity both at the firm level and from a macro perspective. Students’ active participation in classroom seminars and project works is strongly encouraged and every year several foreign teachers are invited to give lectures on special parts of the Master Program courses.
Main topics of the Master courses are causes and consequences of international trade, the relationship between trade and development, the macroeconomic dynamic of open economies and international financial markets, international marketing and logistics, the management of groups and networks of internationalized companies, reporting and cost accounting, international and European law, international business law.
Upon completion of the Master Program, students will be able to understand the dynamics of the international economy, and trade, analyze the evolution of foreign markets and manage the operations of companies and firms actively engaged in international trade.
- Duration: 2 years
- Course type: Masters in International Economics and Business Management (code: LM-56)
- Controlling body: Collegio didattico di economia e commercio
- Type: Postgraduate Masters Program
- Address: Vicenza, Viale Margherita 87
- Reference Department: Economics
- Other Departments: Law, Business Administration
- Broad area: Law and Economics
- Narrow area: Law
Future students should carefully read the International page at the webpage of the University of Verona (video presentation of the university).
This Master taught in English, offers a specialized study of the dynamics of international markets and companies that operate in the global market.
Graduates will be able to work in companies where a strong economic, commercial and legal background is essential, aimed at managing production factors and products coming from and destined for other countries; and where knowledge of the peculiarities of different national markets and the ability to manage the business combination are important.
These skills will be gained through an interdisciplinary program combining economics, commerce, and law, focusing on the study of local production systems, economics, politics, financial markets and international development, as well as models and methods concerning logistics, marketing, and business management. This is all conceptualized within the institutional framework of international trade rules.
In addition to traditional lectures, the program offers further cycles of lessons and seminars held by foreign lecturers. Students are also encouraged to participate in international exchange programs.
This master aims to form professionals who can work in international institutions and companies in positions that require a high level of skills in analyzing market trends and assessing companies’ competitive positions within the trends, as well as the ability to suggest the best actions to take to increase market penetration.
Tuition fees for Non-European Union Citizens
Under the University of Verona's initiatives for internationalization, students of non-European Union citizenship can opt for a tuition fee of € 1,000 per year- for the legal duration of their degree program, without needing to submit any documentation proving their financial situation. Students who choose this option:
- must have been admitted to their chosen degree program through a qualification gained abroad;
- must have residency (and their family too) in a non-EU country;
- may still apply for a regional scholarship;
- may not apply for a university fees reduction or exemption.
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Last updated May 3, 2018