Economics & Finance is organized to provide knowledge on both the economic dynamics and the behaviour and history of financial markets, to build sound foundations of quantitative and numerical methods and to give insights of decision making under uncertainty and the fundamentals of risk analysis. A well-balanced study track builds strong quantitative skills coupled with a sound knowledge of advanced economics and finance, as well as of the underlying theory of decision making under uncertainty and risk analysis.
A minimum number of ECTS is required in order to be admitted: at least 6 ECTS in the area of mathematics; at least 6 ECTS for the statistical and econometric area (statistical inference, linear models); at least 12 ECTS for the economic area (micro-macro economics); computer skills certificate or 3 ECTS in Computer Science or equivalent diploma. Language knowledge will be assessed through the interview (certificates are welcome though not mandatory). Motivation and substantive academic background will be evaluated as well and additional skills or past experiences in the fields of economics and finance are a plus though not mandatory.
Recipient: University of Milan
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