CdLM Economia Politica

LEARNING OBJECTIVES AND PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

The Master in Economics (“EPOS”) is open to Italian and international students. 

It is aimed at students interested in careers: 
- as economists in research offices of  public institutions and private corporations
- in companies and institutions, in roles requiring advanced analytical skills; 
- as researchers (academic careers).


 

GENERAL STRUCTURE

The student may chose between three tracks, two in English and one in Italian:

  • English-taught tracks:

MACROECONOMIC POLICY AND FINANCIAL MARKETS

COMPETITION AND MARKET REGULATION

 

Examinations take place at the end of each semester. Students passing successfully receive credit points according to the ECTS system.

The completion of the Master requires a total of 120 credits (ECTS).

After discussion of Final Dissertation (Master’s Thesis), students are awarded a Laurea Magistrale (Second Cycle Master Degree).


MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

1) APPLICANTS WITH AN ITALIAN QUALIFICATION please consult our Italian webpage

Disclaimer: This English translation is provided as a service to International students. It has no legal value and may not be used for any legal purpose. Please refer to the Italian version of the present announcement as the only official one.

 

Entry Requirements:

Curricular Requirements

Bachelor Degree class 18 or 33 (ex D.M. 270/04).

Bachelor Degree class 17 or 28 (ex D.M. 509/99).

For graduates in other classes:

At least 90 CFU acquired in the following academic disciplines: economics, business economics, mathematics/statistics, law, as provided in the tables attached to DM 16/3/07 for

classes 18 and 33, as well as in academic disciplines (SSD) MAT/*, INF/01 (area 1 CUN) and ING-IND/16, ING-IND/35, ING-INF/03 ING-INF/04 and ING-INF/05 (area 9 CUN); at least 18 CFU must be acquired in the field of Economics.

If the student fulfils the requirement of total 90 CFU but not the 18 CFU in economics, he / she may apply for a binding admission test on basic knowledge in the field of economics. 

 

Personal Competencies and Skills

In addition to curricular requirements, assessment will be made on personal competencies and skills.

Personal competencies and skills are considered to be possessed by students with Bachelor grade no lower than 90/110; all other students will be assessed by Master in Economics Board through individual interview or collective test.

Since at Master's level conditional admission with educational debit (debito formativo) is no longer possible, in case of negative assessment, enrolment is allowed but not advised; in particular, the student will be informed on deficiencies to catch up to attend fruitfully the programme.

 

Students may find an app to self-evaluate whether their Bachelor degree covers minimum entry requirements on Faculty of Economics' page for Master in Economics.

 

 

2) APPLICANTS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATION

 

EU qualifications will be evaluated, as far as possible and with necessary adjustments, with same above-mentioned criteria used for National qualifications.

 

Non-EU qualifications:

In evaluating the profiles of candidates, the following requirements are considered: 

 

1.  3 year Bachelor Degree or equivalent in Economics (in Italy: Laurea Triennale in Scienze Economiche, L-33 ex D.M. 270/04 or 17 ex D.M. 509/99) or Business (in Italy: Laurea Triennale in Scienze Aziendali, L-18 ex D.M. 270/04 or 28 ex D.M. 509/99), or other equivalent degree with a strong economic background in Economics, Mathematics and Statistics.

The student must have acquired at least 90 ECTS credits (or equivalent - e.g. credit/hours; hours of class lectures) in the following academic disciplines: economics, business economics, mathematics/statistics, law

- Economics (macroeconomics, microeconomics and similar subjects, excluding, however, business economics subjects) and Econometrics, which overall span at least 18 ECTS credits (or equivalent);

The remaining credits should belong to at least two of the following areas:

- Business economics

- Mathematics/Statistics

- Other Quantitative  disciplines in following fields: Mathematics (MAT*), Informatics (INF/01), Manufacturing Technology and Systems (ING-IND/16), Busines and Management Engineering (ING-IND/35), Telecommunication (ING-INF/03) Systems and control engineering (ING-INF/04) and - Information processing systems (ING-INF/05 -area 9 CUN);

- Law: some modules may be accepted, depending on syllabus (eg. international law, business law)

 

2. Past academic performance - personal competencies and skills

The academic performance of the student is summarized by his/her GPA and/or cGPA, which should be no lower than 70 per cent.

 

3. Proof of Language proficiency

Italian-taught track: please refer to International Students Admission webpage

English-taught track: B2 - i.e. TOEFL ibt 72; TOEFL pbt 550; TOEIC 600; IELTS 5.5; previous studies in English; other certificates may be taken into account by admission board).

Students applying for english-taught tracks are not required to prove Italian language proficiency.

 

Students may find an app to self-evaluate whether their Bachelor degree covers minimum entry requirements on Faculty of Economics' page for Master in Economics.

THE ABOVE-MENTIONED ARE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: PLEASE APPLY ONLY IF YOU DEEM YOU FULFIL THEM!

 

ADMISSION AND APPLICATION PROCEDURE

 

1) APPLICANTS WITH AN ITALIAN QUALIFICATION please follow instructions in 2019/2020 Call for Applications and consult our Italian webpage

Admission is subject to assessment of curricular requirements, competences and skills.

Applications must be submitted within one of the following deadlines, at student’s choice: 13 September 2019, 14 October 2019, 13 November 2019, 13 December 2019, 13 January 2020 (deadline reserved for Sapienza students).

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2) APPLICANTS WITH AN INTERNATIONAL QUALIFICATION are required to apply online through an electronic platform:

 

Pre-selection Application

2017/2018 Deadlines: 

Non-EU students: April 15, 2017 - extended

EU students: September 4, 2017

 

Please take note: Sapienza pre-selection process does NOT replace or substitute the embassy-based pre-enrolment process for Non-EU students (see below)

Admission to Italian Universities is regulated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Italy (MAE) and by the Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR).

EU and Non-EU students please carefully read information provided at:

International Admissions Agenda 

International Admissions to Masters

 


TUITION FEES


SCHOLARSHIPS AND EXCHANGE PROGRAMMES

Scholarships:

Sapienza currently manages a great number of inter-institutional international agreements:

 

CAREER

Ph.D. PROGRAMMES

After the Master in Economics, students may consider applying for one of the PhD programmes offered by the Faculty of Economics, where they will be involved in independent high quality research projects:

Department of Economics and Law

 

Faculty of Economics

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