This programme runs for two academic years, full time.
The programme structure is the following:
- Microeconomic Analysis
- Macroeconomic Analysis
- Quantitative Methods for Economics
- Capital Markets and Corporate Finance
- Econometrics II
- One course to be chosen between:
- Numerical Methods in Economics
- Methodology and History of Economics
- Behavioral and Experimental Economics
- Corporate Law for Economics
- Four courses to be chosen between:
- Monetary Economics II
- Labour Economics II
- Economic Applications of Game Theory
- Industrial Economics II
- Topics in International Economics
- Political Economics
- Public Economics and Finance
- Economics of Savings and Pensions
- Growth and Development
- Final Dissertation
Given the advanced level of the programme, a significant amount of independent study and preparation is required to get the most out of the programme.
Study Plan (according to the enrolment year)
Please note that some courses or programmes of study may change. The School will always notify the students as early as practicably possible and propose any viable and relevant alternative options.
Classes are organised in 12 weeks semesters. The first semester is from September to December, while the second semester teaching period runs from February to May. The two exam sessions are:
- Winter exam session: from December to February
- Summer exam session: from May to September.
Courses and exam sessions are suspended in August.
Courses attendance is not formally compulsory, but highly encouraged. The best case scenario is a full-time commitment attending all courses chosen in one's study plan, planning to complete the program within its regular duration (i.e. graduating between July of the second year of enrolment and the following April). This entails obtaining 60 credits per year.
Students who cannot attend regularly are encouraged to enrol with a part-time commitment. This lowers the number of credits to obtain per year to the range 20 to 36, extending the regular duration of the program and modifying the tuition fees accordingly.
The full-time/part-time commitment is chosen during the Career Plan submission, to be done (after enrolment) during the first semester of the first year.
The programme is presented to interested prospective students during a formal meeting at the School of Management and Economics, in Torino, every year, usually in the late Spring.
The date and the venue of the meeting will be notified on this website, as soon as possible.
Download the presentation of the program at the last Open Day meeting.
Interested students can nevertheless obtain information at any time, by contacting the coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org