Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

Bsc in International Economics and Finance

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Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi
In Milano (Italy)
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Tipologie Bachelor's degree
Ort Milano (Italy)
Dauer 3
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  • Bachelor's degree
  • Milano (Italy)
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Beschreibung

Would you like to give an impulse to your professional life? If so, you should check this Bachelor of Science of International Economics and Finance, organized by Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, that Emagister.co.uk has added to its catalogue.

The program trains the future generation of economic and financial experts, who can adapt to an environment that is constantly subject to change, in order to perfect their inclination towards a global thinking perspective.

You will understand and analyze economic and financial phenomena in an international perspective and get a solid education built on rigorous quantitative and qualitative tools.

Also, you can choose between two majors. In the Economics major, a sound methodological background gives you the tools to understand a large set of issues: the effects of globalization, the role of central banks and monetary policy, competition policy, the functioning of the labor market, how to spur development of poor countries, the link between political institutions and economic outcomes.

In the Finance major, you are exposed to a large set of topics related to the functioning of modern financial systems: capital markets, financial intermediaries, financial contracts and instruments. Principles and applications of corporate finance techniques are all studied and discussed from a global perspective.

Don't miss this chance and enroll in this course now. Contact Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi through Emagister.co.uk. You will receive all the information needed to take a step further in your career!

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If you are interested in attending a 2019/20 AY Bocconi Bachelor Program, find out more about the necessary steps:

when to apply;
selection process;
results;
enrollment process for admitted students.

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A
ARACELI
04.07.2012
Das Beste: live with local students (I am Erasmus)
Zu verbessern: nothing to improve
Kurs abgeschlossen: Juli 2012
Würden Sie diesen Bildungsanbieter weiterempfehlen?: Ja
E
Enrico Perini
07.07.2011
Das Beste: One of the best universities in the world
Zu verbessern: nothing to improve
Kurs abgeschlossen: Juli 2011
Würden Sie diesen Bildungsanbieter weiterempfehlen?: Ja
H
HÉLÈNE
25.12.2012
Das Beste: An experience that has approached me a lot to the Italian world. I am happy to have had the possibility to enjoy every moment of it.
Zu verbessern: nothing to improve
Kurs abgeschlossen: Dezember 2012
Würden Sie diesen Bildungsanbieter weiterempfehlen?: Ja
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CHRISTIAN
30.07.2018
Das Beste: Take it easy
Zu verbessern: nothing to improve
Kurs abgeschlossen: Juli 2018
Würden Sie diesen Bildungsanbieter weiterempfehlen?: Ja
J
Jonathan Merien
22.04.2014
Das Beste: This is without the shadow of a doubt the best italian University to study economics!
Zu verbessern: nothing to improve
Kurs abgeschlossen: April 2014
Würden Sie diesen Bildungsanbieter weiterempfehlen?: Ja
*Erhaltene Meinungen durch Emagister & iAgora

Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

IT Law
Management
Corporate Finance
International Management
Market
Accounting
Political Science
Statistics
Economics
Perspective
International
Global
Finance
Financial
Law
Public
systems
Financial Training
International Economics
Management Economics
History
Economy
Economic development
Economía
Math
Legal Methods
Economía política
Econometria
Finanza
Economia applicata

Themenkreis

Program Structure


FIRST YEAR

Main topics

  • Management
  • Economics (micro and macro)
  • Math
  • Legal Methods (basics)

First foreign language
Computer science
Critical thinking seminar

The first three semesters introduce the fundamental notions and concepts of management, economics, quantitative methods, accounting, finance and commercial law,  with a clear focus on the international aspects of each of them. 
During the first year, you will be given rigorous training in several basic subjects in order to understand, from an international perspective, how companies and organizations workand how they are structured (functions, processes, activities). 
Economics describes the functioning of economic systems both at an overall level (macroeconomics) and at the level of the individual behavior of firms and consumers (microeconomics). Through math, you’ll be provided with the quantitative tools to understand and apply an array of economic models. 
Finally, you will be offered an overview on the fundamentals of civil law (property interests, contract law, tort law and insurance law) in both a domestic and a broader European context. 
 

SECOND YEAR

Main topics

  • Accounting and Finance
  • Economic History
  • Statistics
  • Financial Markets
  • Economics: Markets and Antitrust; Labor and Political Economics
  • Finance: Corporate Finance and Government; Financial Intermediation; Asset Pricing

Second foreign language
Soft skills seminar

In the first semester, you’ll learn more about the main topics related to economics and management, while in the second semester you can choose between the major in Economicsand the major in Finance. 
Teaching in the core courses focuses on issues related to internationalization of businesses and financial institutions, the international economy, comparative European and international commercial law. You will learn to use quantitative and qualitative tools to perform comparative studies. 
You’ll also attend a seminar aimed at improving your leadership and managerial skills. 
 

THIRD YEAR

Main topics

  • Major compulsories
  • Empirical Methods (econometrics)
  • European Law
  • Macroeconomics (major in Economics)
  • Business Strategy (major in Finance)

Exchange program 
Internship 
Final report 

The third part of the program is made up of courses within the chosen major, as well as 2 elective courses. 
You have the opportunity to further boost the international profile of your education by studying at leading universities abroad and/or by undertaking internships in Italy or abroad. Internships, exchange programs and innovative teaching methods enable you to sharpen your problem solving approach and develop lateral thinking skills.

Management 

In a few words, a student in a Management program will learn:

  • How a company or organization is run: the importance of each function, the main roles, the organization processes
  • How a company or organization competes in its markets: who its competitors are, what the peculiarities of its industry are and which strategy is the best to adopt
  • How to organize human and financial resources in order to provide useful products or services, creating additional value (both human and financial) 

And after graduation? 
Graduates from a study path in Management will be able to work as analysts, managers, consultants and entrepreneurs in manufacturing or service companies, in banks and financial institutions, in consultancy firms, in public and nonprofit organizations, and in cultural, sports, communication and artistic companies. Essentially, everywhere. 
As increasingly requested by the job market, the digital economy is a new field of study, straddling management, economics and computer science. Its aim is to interpret data through the lens of economic models in order to help companies take decisions to gain competitive advantages.

Finance 
Studying Finance means gaining understanding of what the financial system is, and focusing on the main actors that operate within it. That means you’ll learn:

  • How the financial markets work (including the stock exchange and central banks)
  • What the main financial intermediaries are (such as banks and insurance companies), what they do and how they operate
  • What financial instruments are (stocks, bonds, derivatives, etc.) and what they are used for
  • How companies manage their money, how they invest it and how they borrow it: corporate finance 

And after graduation? 
A career in the field of Finance – after a BSc or an MSc program – typically means working in a bank, a financial institution, a consultancy firm, a financial authority, a fund or companies of other kinds within the financial/administrative realm.

Economics 
There are many definitions of “economics”. Whatever meaning you prefer, Economics is first and foremost a social science that studies economic relationships and social interactionsamong individuals, families, companies, banks and governments. You’ll learn how to interpret economic phenomena prevailing in modern economies, for instance:

  • What are the pros and cons of globalization
  • What are the problems afflicting the labor market and how to solve them
  • What are the policies that can promote growth in poor and developed countries
  • What is the role of central banks for economic growth and what instruments they can use 

And after graduation? 
You won’t learn what to think but how to think, through rigorous analytical and logical methods (using math, statistics and econometrics). Learning to reason in a disciplined way will be very important whatever career you choose. 
Our graduates in Economics generally find work in multinational companies, in international organizations or in the financial sector; sometimes they decide to continue their studies and pursue academic careers at universities all over the world. 

Data Science 
Data science is a new and fast growing scientific discipline. We are on the verge of the data driven economy. Thanks to increased connectivity and growing digitalization, humanity is generating quantities of data unprecedented in history and this is bringing a revolution in all sectors of our life, of which we are now only seeing the initial phases. 
Data science at Bocconi is a major intellectual discipline across economic, physical and statistical sciences that relies on the methods of artificial intelligence, computer science, mathematics, and statistics, as well as on the rigorous thinking of economic and physical modelling. The data science field will allow you to learn:

  • How to form your analytical preparation through basic and advanced courses in mathematics
  • How to grow your computer science knowledge with courses in computer programming, algorithms and machine learning
  • How to acquire systematic thinking in the statistical modelling and interpretation of data through basic and advanced courses in probability theory and statistical science
  • How to cultivate your economic modelling through the logical rigor of courses such as game theory and mechanism design
  • How to appreciate the fundamental role of data science in the solution of social, industrial and technology problems with courses in the marketing and management sciences 

And after graduation?
Nowadays, demand for jobs in the data science sector outstrip supplies. Professional figures that merge computational and statistical skills with rigorous economic and management thinking are highly sought in the market by private firms in all sectors and by public institutions as well. On the other hand, some students will pursue the intellectual side of data science and decide to continue their studies to start academic careers. 

Political Science 
What is Political Science, precisely? It’s a social science aimed at understanding and explaining public policies, bringing together a range of topics such as social and economic policies, government and decision-making, political economics, international relations, and politics in general. Political Science at Bocconi involves a mix of disciplines ranging from sociology to history, law and economics, through which you will learn:

  • How to design economically efficient, politically sustainable public policies
  • How to implement them effectively
  • How to evaluate them using methods and analysis techniques 

And after graduation? 
Your study path will prepare you for jobs in international organizations and private firms that habitually deal with the public sector and in particular with policy-making matters.