The aim of the Master is to train students to acquire a deeper and more sophisticated knowledge of the economic analysis of markets and financial institutions. The primary function of the Master is to facilitate the entry of students into the domestic and international labour market by providing them with the most recent investigation tools, at both theoretical and applied level, thus preparing specialists in the fields of the analysis of financial markets, risk management, banking and corporate finance. Courses are held in English, so as to adopt a more international approach and to encourage interaction between Italian and non-Italian students, as well as the international teaching staff.
Modern financial management requires a theoretical and operational knowledge which, building on the more traditional micro and macroeconomic concepts, includes the fields of financial institutions, corporate finance, the theory of financial markets and the mathematical, statistical and computational techniques necessary for the analysis of, and forecasting from data. The Master's Programme is designed to meet these requirements in an integrated form so as to offer the students a degree, which will facilitate their entry into a rapidly expanding sector of international business.
The training activities are divided into three terms.
They involve classroom lectures, interactive classes, exercises, seminars, practical training sessions and the preparation of a final paper. Subjects are:
Microeconomics and Stochastic Processes for Finance
Macroeconomics for Finance
Foundation of Corporate Finance and Banking
Quantitative Methods for Finance
Corporate Finance and Financial Markets Microstructure
Asset Pricing and Derivatives
Climate Change and International Policies
Economy of Risk in Insurance and Volatility Measurement
- Aula internazionale
- Docenti internazionali
- Lezioni in lingua straniera 100%
- Tirocinio formativo all’estero
- Tirocinio formativo presso aziende internazionali