Finance and Insurance

FINASS Official website on the University portal: 2022-23 and 2023-24

Classes for the second semester will start from 19 February 2024
 

News
  • MINOR CALL FOR APPLICATION

    We would like to inform students that the Minor call for applications for the academic year 2023/2024 has been published. Further information can be found at this link. The rules for structuring the Higher Education training programme are specified in Annex 1, together with the list of the lectures to be used to compose the individual training curriculum.
    Students who intend to commit to an integrated training programme must fill in the online booking form indicated in the Table.
    The form will remain accessible until 4 March 2024. By 8 March 2024, the list of admitted students will be published on the pages of the courses on the Faculty of Economics website and on the University website.

     

  • SECOND TERM 

    We would like to inform students that the courses will begin on February 19th, according to the calendar released by the Teaching Secretariat.
    We also inform that:
    The lessons of Diritto dei Mercati e degli Strumenti Finanziari (Prof. San Mauro, ITA) will begin on Monday 4 March
    The lessons of Econometria I (Prof. Zaffaroni, ITA) will begin on Thursday 29 February
    The lessons of Analysis of time series (Prof. Lea Petrella) will begin on 22 February 2024 according to the pre-established times.

     

  • FINASS Preparatory course in probability and statistics - February 2024
     
    Program
     

     

  • Quant-Bootcamp scholarship

    We would like to inform students that a call for applications is now available for the award of 2 junior scholarships, aimed at students enrolled in the FINASS Master's degree course, as partial reimbursement of the registration fee for the Quant-Bootcamp, in the amount of Euro 600.00 (six hundred/00) each for one month. The Quant Bootcamp is a 48-hour intensive course in quantitative finance, which will take place in New York from 8 to 11 July 2024 (32 hours in-person) and live streaming on 18 and 19 July 2024 (16 hours). The registration fee for FINASS students is $1,250 (US dollars). The winners of the scholarships will have a contribution of € 600 for enrolment and can apply for accommodation (free of charge) at College Italia for the "Summer Term". The call for applications is available here. For further information, please contact Prof. Claudia Ceci

     

  • Degree Awards 

    We inform students that Studio Torta has announced the 12th edition of the national competition on Industrial Property. Three prizes will be awarded for degree or doctoral dissertations on Industrial Property, amounting to € 2,000.00 (two thousand) each. The call for application is available here (ITA).

     

  • Degree Awards 
    We would like to inform students that Assaeroporti, the Italian Association of Airport Operators, has issued a call for applications for the awarding of four prizes, dedicated to newly graduated students in Engineering or Economics. The prizes, each worth € 5,000.00 (gross of withholding taxes), will be awarded for scientifically interesting and innovative dissertations on environmental, social, and/or economic sustainability. Interested candidates should apply no later than 15 March 2024, by filling in the corresponding form, to the e-mail address segreteria@assaeroporti.net.  Full details are provided here.

     

  • Career Service
    We would like to inform students that on 12 December 2023 ( 10 a.m.-12 p.m.) at the Aula MOWE - Palazzina Tumminelli (Città Universitaria, P.le Aldo Moro - Rome), a workshop entitled "The definition of the professional objective" will be held (in Italian). The workshop is reserved to both undergraduates and recent graduates students from Sapienza. At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to recognize, address and improve their experiences in identifying their own professional goals. Information and details on the event and how to attend are available here.
     

  • Erasmus 2024-2025
    The Faculty of Economics, as part of the University's strategic activities, encourages the international mobility of students. Details of the mobility opportunities available to students (EU and non-EU Erasmus, traineeships, theses abroad) and the main deadlines to be met to apply for the relevant call for applications are available here.
     

  • Graduation prizes - Previndai

    We inform students that the pension fund for industrial managers Previndai, in memory of Franco Di Giovambattista, has instituted 3 graduation prizes worth €3,000 each. The prizes will be assigned to students who defended a master's thesis on actuarial sciences applied to social insurance in 2023. Preference will be given to subjects related to complementary pensions. All information can be found at this link.
     

  • Open positions at Marsh

    The consulting and brokerage firm Marsh (Rome office) is looking for two young graduates or undergraduates in economic subjects to join its staff, starting from 1 January 2024, through the Graduates program. Full details can be found on the Career Service page. For information, please contact Prof. Imma Oliva
     

  • Seminar series announcement 

    We would like to inform students of the CdS Finass that Dr Paola Drago (Head of Talent acquisition, employer branding and internal mobility, BCC Iccrea Group) will hold some activities aimed at developing skills to properly prepare for a job interview. The seminars series is specifically dedicated to students enrolled within the academic year 2022-2023 and consists of four meetings, starting on Monday 4 December 2023, according to the timetable available here, and involves the acquisition of 3 ECTS (AAF). To attend the event, booking is required via this form.
     

  • Seminar announcement 

    We would like to inform students that on Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dr. Daniele Caroni (Head of Finance, Gruppo Iccrea Banca S.p.A) will hold the seminar Geopolitica e Mercati Finanziari. The seminar is scheduled at 12.00 in Aula 3 (Faculty of Economics - first floor).

     

  • Seminar announcement

    We would like to inform students that, as part of the Financial Econometrics course (Prof. Galiani) -- cv Financial Risk and Data Analysis, Mr Filippo Mattia Ginanni (Bloomberg L.P.) will hold a seminar entitled Decision Making in Financial Markets: Case Studies. The seminar, which is also open to students from Finance and Insurance curricula, is scheduled on 14 November 2023 at 8.30 a.m. and will be held in person (on a first-come, first-served basis) at Didalab (Faculty of Economics - first floor) and remotely at this link.
     

  • Welcome Day 2023 - Finass orientation day 

    On Friday 10 November at 4 p.m. at the Sala delle Lauree, there will be a presentation meeting on the Master's Degree Course in Finance and Insurance. The event is designed to inform new students about the organization of the course and, most importantly, to illustrate how the expertise and skills acquired over the two years are relevant to the job market. To achieve this, we plan some contributions from practitioners and former students, who are now in relevant positions at institutes and companies. 
    To participate, please complete the following form. The program is available here
     

  • We inform students that on Monday 6 November 2023, at 11.00 a.m., the first webinar of the Project "Employability Lab - a bridge to your professional future" will be held. The webinar is designed for undergraduates, and graduates at Sapienza University of Rome, who feel the need to orient themselves to enter the professional world. More information is available here. Participants who complete the course will obtain the "Employability Lab" Open Badge to be included in their CV and LinkedIn profile.
     

  • Election of the President of the FINASS Study Course for the three-year academic period 2023/2026
     

  • We would like to inform students that it is possible to apply for 335 curricular traineeships at Embassies, Consulates, Permanent Representatives, and Cultural Institutes of Italy abroad. The internships are expected to take place between 15 January 2024 and 12 April 2024. The deadline for submitting applications is 18 October 2023
    Further details and information are available here.
     

  • We would like to inform students who are interested in the Quant-Bootcamp course that all the details about the course, enrolment, and participation conditions can be found here.
    We would also like to remind students that, in accordance with the agreement signed between ARPM and the MEMOTEF Department, FINASS students will be able to attend the course in the different modalities offered, with a 50% discounted registration fee. For further details, please contact Prof. Claudia Ceci (email: claudia.ceci@uniroma1.it)
     

  • We would like to inform students of the opportunity to apply for an internship at the international actuarial consulting company Milliman (Verona and Milan offices). More details can be found in The Career Service. 

  • We would like to inform students that a call for applications has been published for the award of 16 scholarships, for the development of topics useful for the elaboration of the Master's thesis at Universities or Research Institutes abroad. The call for applications is open to students regularly enrolled in at least the first year of a master's degree course at Sapienza Università di Roma and no later than the first year out of the course. 
    All the necessary information is available (in Italian) at this link
     

  • CRASH COURSES ON MATHS AND STATISTICS, MACRO AND MICROECONOMICS 
    The Faculty of Economics offers crash courses in Mathematics, Statistics, Macro- and Microeconomics, addressed to all students starting Master's programs in Finance and Insurance, Economics, and Health Economics. The preparatory courses are taught in English and are designed to prepare students for profitably attending first-year courses. 

    The courses will start on September 4, 2023, and will be held both in-person and online

    The courses last two weeks, timetables are available here. More details on classrooms and online links will be announced shortly. 

     

  • QUANT-BOOTCAMP FOR FINASS STUDENTS - NEW!
    The Department MEMOTEF of Sapienza University of Rome is offering to their Students the ARPM Quant Bootcamp credited course, starting July 17, accessible in live streaming, self-paced, and/or onsite mode. The Quant Bootcamp provides a comprehensive, mathematically sound, 4+2 days overview of Advanced Data Science with applications to Quantitative Finance. In addition to the core theory/applications lectures, the Quant Bootcamp also includes: 

  1. Access to a study/practice Lab online

  2. Guest lectures from world-renowned speakers

  3. Networking with industry leaders and hundreds of other participants from the industry and other schools 

  4. 40 GARP CPD

  5. Statement of Completion

To attend virtually, as self-paced, or to be placed on the waiting list for the onsite tickets, please reach out to trainer@arpm.co to confirm, specifying the student affiliation to MEMOTEF Department. For further information, please contact Prof. Claudia Ceci: claudia.ceci@uniroma1.it. The next (online) meeting to require any information will be held on June 26, 2023, at 4 p.m. 
Click here to reach the link.  

 

  • We would like to inform students that ANASF (Associazione Nazionale Promotori Finanziari) is promoting the 17th edition of the Scholarship reserved for graduates of a three-year degree course in economics, enrolled in a Master's degree course in economics and finance. The total amount of the scholarship is € 3,000 and, in the event of an ex-aequo, the prize will be divided among all participants with equal merit. The deadline for applications is 31 December 2023.  The call for applications is available here (Italian version). The application form is available here (Italian version).

 

  • On 9 March 2023, Dr. Francesca Perino (Principal Application Engineer at MathWorks) will hold the Computational Finance with Matlab seminar. The meeting will be held in Labinfo (ground floor, Faculty of Economics) at 10 a.m. To attend the event it is necessary to register using the Sapienza credentials by filling in the form at this link. Please register no later than 2 March
     

  • YT Investor Services S.A., a company operating in Luxembourg that provides services and consultancy for companies and investment funds, is seeking graduates or undergraduates with strong financial skills. More details about the position and the required profile can be found on the Placement page, under Proposals.
     

  • On 27 February 2023, the elections of the student representatives were held, for the academic two-year period 2022/2024, in the Study Program Councils and in the Didactic Area Council of the Faculty of Economics.
    Elections results of the student representatives in the MEMOTEF Department Council
    Elections results of student representatives in the Study Program Councils and in the Didactic Area Council of the Faculty of Economics
     

  • We would like to inform students that the new call for applications for the Erasmus+ study mobility program has been published. The deadline for completing the online application form is 6 March 2023 - 2 pm. For further information please refer to the following link
     

  • We inform students who are interested that the Economics and Communication for Management and Innovation (ECOMI) and Finance and Insurance (FINASS) courses are now offering their second-year students the opportunity to attend an additional training course called MINOR. The course is addressed to students of all curricula (Finance, Insurance, Financial Risk and Data Analysis). Students can apply within 15 February 2023 by filling in the appropriate form. All information about it is available here (in Italian). 

  • Please note that Previndai, to honor the memory of Franco Di Giovambattista, has established 3 degree prizes worth €3,000 each, aimed at recognizing and rewarding the abilities of deserving students who have prepared a master's thesis on actuarial sciences applied to social insurance in 2022. Preference will be given to subjects related to supplementary pensions. All information can be found here
     

  • The seminar Computational Finance with Matlab, scheduled for Tuesday, 8 November, has been postponed to a later date. The new date will be communicated as soon as possible. 
     

  • UPDATE: Dr. Blaise Bourgeois, Head of Allianz Benelux, will meet students and graduates from leading Italian universities with master's degree courses in finance and insurance to present Allianz Benelux and the knowledge required by the insurance industry. The meeting will take place online on 21 November at 4 pm. Information on how to participate will be communicated by e-mail to those who have booked.

     

  • Regione Lazio provides scholarships to train on fundraising in Italy. These incentives are intended for students and graduates who plan to specialize in advanced training on fundraising. More information is available here (Italian webpage). 

     

  • Prof. Matthieu Garcin (Director of the Master in Quantitative Finance, ESILV - Paris) will hold two seminars on Quantitative Finance topics. The meetings will be held on Wednesday 26 October 2022 (4 pm, Aula di Matematica - Faculty of Economics, first floor) and Thursday 27 October 2022 (10 am, Aula di Matematica - Faculty of Economics, first floor). More information is available here.

     

  • On 8 November 2022, Dr. Francesca Perino (Principal Application Engineer at MathWorks) will hold the Computational Finance with Matlab seminar. The meeting will be held in Aula Fanfani (5th floor, Faculty of Economics) at 2 p.m. To attend the event it is necessary to register using the Sapienza credentials by filling in the form at this link. Please register no later than 4 November

     

  • The professors of the Master's Degree Course in Finance and Insurance will meet the first-year students of all curricula. The meeting will be held on 19 October from 4 to 6 p.m., in person in Room 8a and online at this link. 


     

  • The Faculty of Economics of Sapienza University of Rome and CONSOB are pleased to invite you to the next webinar of the series dedicated to “New frontiers in financial markets and regulation”, entitled Artificial intelligence, asset and wealth management, which will be held on Friday, September 30th, 2022 from 10:00 to 12:00 am. Carlo Comporti, CONSOB Commissioner, and Fabrizio D’Ascenzo, Dean of the Economics Faculty at La Sapienza, will deliver the welcome address. To attend the webinar, please click here
     

  • We would like to inform students that the course Diritto delle Assicurazioni (Prof. Adiutori) will be held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at sala Pescatore, from 4 to 6 p.m., instead of from 2 to 4 p.m. The lessons will begin on Wednesday, 28 September 2022.
     

  • The Faculty of Economics of Sapienza University of Rome and CONSOB are pleased to invite you to the next webinar of the series dedicated to new frontiers in financial markets and regulation, entitled ICOs, Blockchain e DLT, which will be held on Friday 15th  July 2022 at 10:00 am.
    Event program.
    To attend the webinar, please click here
     

  • We would like to inform students that Sapienza has announced a call for applications regarding 13 scholarships for dissertations abroad. Further information is available here (in italian)
     

  • We would like to inform students that on May 16, 2022 at 6 p.m. Dr. Gaetano Nappi and Dr. Angelo Peirano (MSCI) will give a seminar titled "L’analisi di portafoglio tramite il modello fattoriale Barra per stimare le più opportune metriche di rischio (tra cui VaR e volatilità ex ante) e identificare e quantificare i loro maggiori contributori essenziali per la gestione di un portafoglio finanziario in linea con le aspettative"     Zoom link: Aula di Matematica (here)
     

  • We inform that the Secon Edition of Employability Lab has been started. For further details, visit the Placement page. 
     

  • We inform that the call for Erasmus+ Extra-UE a.y. 2022/2023 has been published. Deadline: February 18, 2022.  
    For further details click here
     

  • Students are strongly invited to attend lessons in person and to compulsorily reserve their seat in the classroom by using the Prodigit platform, with their student ID number and Infostud password. 

     

  • To help undergraduate students and recent graduates in their career path, Sapienza offers some online appointments. For more information, please refer to the Employability Lab
     

  • SEMINARS CdLM FINASS 2021 (Updated to 10 May 2021 with "Il risk management dei rischi non finanziari")

Courses provided

Advanced statistics for finance - Brunero Liseo

Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro (AAF1149) - Maria Rita Scarpitti

Altre conoscenze utili per l'inserimento nel mondo del lavoro (AAF1152) - 

Analisi delle serie storiche - Nina Deliu

Artificial intelligence in banking and finance - 

Banking and financial regulation - 

Computational tools for finance - Marco Geraci

Diritto del mercato e degli strumenti finanziari - Cesare San Mauro

Diritto delle assicurazioni - Annalisa Postiglione

Econometria I - Marco Ventura

Econometrics for financial markets - Stefano Galiani

Economia dei mercati e degli intermediari finanziari internazionali - Ida Claudia Panetta

Economia e politica monetaria corso avanzato - Giuseppe Ciccarone

Economia finanziaria - Marco Di Pietro

Financial optimization and asset management - Federica Ricca

Finanza quantitativa - Immacolata Oliva

Further knowledge for placement on the job market - Massimiliano Frezza

Further professionalizing activities - training minor - 

International banking and capital markets - Marina Brogi

LABORATORIO DI TEORIA DEL RISCHIO - Gabriele Stabile

Matematica attuariale per le assicurazioni private - Maria Giuseppina Bruno

Matematica per l'economia e l'impresa corso avanzato - Gabriele Stabile

Mathematics for finance - Stefano Patrì

Metodi e modelli per la finanza - Immacolata Oliva

Microeconomia - analisi e politiche - Luca Panaccione

Models for risk and forecasting - 

Ottimizzazione finanziaria - Francesco Polimeni

Probabilità al computer - Marco Geraci

Probabilità e processi stocastici - Barbara Vantaggi

Probability and stochastic processes - Andrea Tancredi

Quantitative financial modelling - Sergio Bianchi

Risk management and capital requirements - 

Tecnica e finanza delle assicurazioni - Paolo De Angelis

TEORIA DEL RISCHIO - Gabriele Stabile

Teoria e tecnica attuariale per la previdenza - Andrea Fortunati

Time series and financial time series - Nina Deliu

Valutazione d'azienda - Salvatore Ferri

Master's Degree in Finance and Insurance

Programme code: 30414
Faculty: Economia
Department: Metodi e modelli per l’economia, il territorio, la finanza
Duration: 2 years
Classe di Laurea: LM-16
Admission procedure: Requirements and personal knowledge assessment
 

The training contents of the Master’s degree in Finance and Insurance concern: the study, application and interpretation of mathematical and statistical models for the analysis and forecasting of financial markets and for the analysis of insurance and pension markets; the design and evaluation of innovative financial, insurance and pension products; knowledge of quantitative methods for measuring and controlling financial, insurance and social security risk; knowledge of the main regulatory and economic aspects of the financial and insurance markets; the use of high-level computational tools.

The Master’s degree program in Finance and Insurance provides graduates with quantitative methods and the main regulatory and economic aspects of the financial markets to carry out positions of responsibility in the financial and actuarial fields.
 

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The course provides the required professional skills also with seminars and interviews held by academics and practitioners, as well as through suitable training internships at financial and insurance institutions, professional services, and consulting firms, both in Italy and abroad.

The Master’s degree in Finance and Insurance is divided into three curricula:
● Curriculum Finance (taught in Italian)
● Curriculum Insurance (taught in Italian)
● Curriculum Financial Risk and Data Analysis (taught in English)

Finance Curriculum

The Finance Curriculum is a specialized program in quantitative finance. The training offer is geared towards the acquisition of specific quantitative, economic, and legal skills, which are essential for carrying out leading positions in finance.
 

Educational objectives

The FINASS graduate - Finance Curriculum will have acquired knowledge of advanced mathematics, probability and statistics, mathematical finance and corporate finance, financial optimization, and econometrics, and will be able to put this knowledge into practice for the solution of concrete problems, managing to identify modeling most suitable theory and to apply the most suitable financial instruments for the type of problem that will be faced.

By means of high-level computational tools, he will also develop the ability to apply quantitative methods for the evaluation and management of complex financial products and financial risk, in accordance with the most recent national and international regulations.
 

Job opportunities

The main professional figures formed by the Finance curriculum are:
• quantitative analyst;
• consultant and financial intermediary;
• financial portfolio manager;
• financial risk manager;
• support and integration to financial engineering activities;
• supervisory activities at financial institutions to monitor the credit system (Bank of Italy, BCE).
 

Further details

Insurance Curriculum

The Insurance Curriculum is a specializing course in the insurance and actuarial framework. The training offer is geared towards the acquisition of specific quantitative, economic, and legal skills, which are essential for carrying out leading positions in insurance.
 

Educational objectives

The FINASS graduate – Insurance Curriculum will have acquired knowledge of advanced mathematics and actuarial mathematics, probability and statistics, business and insurance finance, and risk theory and will be able to put this knowledge into practice for the solution of concrete problems, managing to identify the most suitable theoretical modeling for the study and analysis of the insurance and pension markets.

The graduate will also develop the ability to apply quantitative methods for the assessment and management of risk in the insurance framework, in accordance with the most recent national and international regulations.

Job opportunities

The main professional figures formed by the Insurance curriculum are:
• actuary (access requirement for the State exam);
• insurance fund manager;
• actuarial risk manager;
• consulente assicurativo;
• supervisory activities at institutions that monitor the insurance system (IVASS).
 

Further details

Financial Risk and Data Analysis Curriculum

The Curriculum in Financial Risk and Data Analysis, taught in English, is a specialized course for financial data analysis. The training offer is geared towards the acquisition of specific quantitative, economic, and legal skills that students will achieve at the end of their studies. These skills are essential to create highly specialized professionals in data analysis.
 

Educational objectives

The FINASS graduate - Financial Risk and Data Analysis Curriculum will have acquired knowledge of mathematics, probability and statistics, financial time series analysis, financial optimization, and econometrics, and will be able to put this knowledge into practice for the solution of concrete problems, in collecting, organizing, and structuring data, to identify and verify the best solutions to make decisions.

Also using appropriate computational tools, the graduate will develop the ability to operate with data prediction methodologies, even in the multivariate framework to study and analyze dependencies. Finally, the graduate will be able to use the most appropriate quantitative methods and the most suitable econometric techniques for assessing and managing risk.
 

Job opportunities

The main professional figures formed by the Financial Risk and Data Analysis curriculum are:
• data Analyst in private and public financial and insurance institutions, as well as in the industrial sector;
• business Analyst in private and public financial and insurance institutions, as well as in the industrial sector;
• risk manager in private and public financial and insurance institutions, as well as in the industrial sector.
 

Further details

Further activities

The Master's Degree in Finance and Insurance provides for the provision of seminars and colloquia to complete students’ training. Seminars are held by highly qualified academics and practitioners, providing students with further knowledge that can be spent upon entering the job market.

SEMINARS CdLM FINASS 2021 (Updated to 10 May 2021 with "Il risk management dei rischi non finanziari")

Enrollment and Scholarships

Admission requirements - Finance and insurance curricula

The Master's Degree in Finance and Insurance provides for an admission procedure with assessment of requisited and personal skills.

Graduates in one of the following degree classes are considered to already possess the curricular requirements:
• L-18 (according to Ministerial Decree 270/04) - Economics and business management sciences
• L-33 (ex D.M. 270/04) - Economics
 

Personal skills

For graduates from other classes, it is required to have at least 72 ECTS acquired in appropriate disciplinary sectors specified on this webpage.

Personal skills include at least B-2 level English, and a degree grade greater or equal than 90/110. The Degree Course Council will verify personal preparation. In the event of a negative outcome of the verification, registration is still allowed.
 

Graduating students

Students from Sapienza University of Rome or other Italian universities who have not yet obtained their degree may request the requirements’ verification. The deadline for obtaining the degree and for paying the bulletin are indicated in the Announcement for enrollment.
 

Single exams to achieve the requirements

Graduated and undergraduate students from Sapienza and other Italian universities who intend to enroll in a master's degree course under the D.M. 270/04 at Sapienza University of rome and who do not meet all the required curricular requirements, can enroll in single courses before enrolling in the master's degree, benefiting from a 75% reduction on the cost of each single course.
 

Admission requirements - Financial Risk and Data Analysis curriculum

Bachelor in Economics, Business Administration or other first cycle Degree with adequate academic background (overall 72 ECTS) in:
● Business, Economics, Mathematics and Statistics (minimum 54 ECTS or equivalent credit hours)
● Quantitative Analysis (e.g., Computer science, Programming, Econometrics, etc.)
● Law
 

Minumum GPA: 75/100

Minimum English Language Requirements:

The following test scores are accepted:
● IELTS Academic 6.5 or higher
● TOEFL IbT 80 or higher
● Cambridge B2 First or higher
● TOEIC Listening & Reading 730 or higher The above requirements may be waived for students holding a degree from an accredited institution where English is the main language of instruction.
 

Further details:

Enrollment

Scholarships

Vademecum for enrolling students (I year, only Italian citizens)

Part-time regime

The part-time regime allows students to agree on the duration of their studies with the University, according to students’ needs and effort.

The application for part-time regime is irrevocable, in that once the part-time regime has been chosen students cannot go back to full-time regime. The part-time and the full-time regimes provide for the same number of required exams, but a part-time student might obtain the credits within a different time.

The part-time regime cannot be guaranteed to students enrolled in:
● old-system courses;
● incomplete courses in accordance with Ministerial Decree 270/04 or the Ministerial Decree 509/09;
● distance learning courses in agreement with Consorzio Nettuno or Unitelma Sapienza.

Further details 

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