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Study in Italy
Italian higher education for international students
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Graduates of this degree course must:

  1. possess adequate basic knowledge of economics and skills regarding the use of mathematical-statistical instruments;
  2. possess knowledge of the principles and foundations of the national legislation as well as of related institutions;
  3. know how to face problems regarding economic systems and the companies which constitute them;
  4. have a sound knowledge of research methods in economics, and of the techniques appropriate of the different operational sectors, keeping abreast of innovations in analytical research systems, with special reference to gendre analysis;
  5. possess practical skills for the collection, measurement, and treatment of data pertinent to economics in the various aspects of its application;
  6. possess adequate knowledge of organisational culture and work contexts;
  7. be able to use instruments for effective communication and management of information.


Graduates of this degree course must:

  1. possess the cultural, scientific and professional knowledge -with the related methodological skills- that is needed to acquire a sound education in law, economics, politics, government, organisational management and safety with reference to national/international contexts, public/private administration, private complex oragnisations; they must also have learnt about equal opportunity policies;
  2. possess multidisciplinary knowledge needed to become professionals able to effectively interpret the organisational changes and innovation occurring in public and private administration;
  3. be able to serve public institutions, private enterprises, service industries, and the tertiary sector, in planning and implementing initiatives aimed at promoting a community’s economic, social and civil development;
  4. be able to implement specific public policies and manage human resources and industrial relations.