MSc in European Economy & Business Law
Master of Science in European Economy and Business Law
Coordinator Prof. Leonardo Becchetti
Globalisation of the productive and financial system has become a structural feature of the world economy that resists the protectionist winds pushed by the recession. International economic relationships are experiencing the effects of drastic changes driven by inventions in ICT and so are the strategies and actual behavior of operators. This is a new reality to which the recent creation of the European Economic and Monetary Union and its process of enlargement have contributed, but also to which it must rapidly adapt by constantly changing its perimeter of action.
In this new “scenario”, the demand for skilled professionals in the public and private sector, technically qualified in economic, financial and regulatory policies in the context of European and international affairs, is growing day by day.
Programme objectives and qualification profile
This Master of Science programme intends to train students to work with a competitive advantage in the field of economics and European institutions management, by providing special focus on economics, law, organisation, political sciences and history. It also provides tools and fundamental models to understand the European institutional system for an in-depth insight of institutional players in the European Union. The purpose of this two-year programme is to fulfill the demand for expertise which comes from:
• National and local public administrations subject to European directives and recipient of resources from the European Union;
• Firms which operate in the real and financial sectors of the economy, interested in the incentive and regulatory policies of the European Union;
• International and European institutions with a focus on European affairs and directives.