You must take the TOLC-E Entrance Test for admission to one of the First Cycle degree courses in the Department of Economics and Management; this is compulsory but not selective


Pre-courses are free and optional lessons to reinforce basic knowledge.

Matematica I and Business English courses will be held in September 2024.

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  • Because it offers knowledge and instruments to become a key player in the world of digital work. The digital revolution has changed production and organisational processes in companies. It has made large, complex masses of data (big data) available that enable companies to adopt innovative strategies and, more generally, have a profound impact on the structure of the economy and society. 
  • Because the course targets young people who want to learn to analyse data and information useful for decision-making, ready to accept the challenge of the innovation of the digital economy and acquire the professionalisms that will be increasingly requested by the employment market in future. 
  • Because it enables you to achieve a preparation that corresponds to the first academic level (6th level of the European Qualifications Framework) and sets students on the path that will take them to becoming creative, dynamic and innovative individuals, able to use innovation and understand, manage and drive the challenges of the digital economy.
  • Because it allows the continuation of study, choosing from a wide range of courses in economics, management and finance (short specialisation, specialisation and Second Cycle degree courses) in the Economics and Business Studies classes.
Last updated on: 05/21/2024