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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Please find below an overview on the Curriculum in International Finance and Economics - IFE of the Master degree course in Financial markets and brokerage (Mercati ed intermediari finanziari) - LM 77

Degree awarded

Master of Science (Laurea magistrale) in Mercati ed intermediari finanziari (LM-77) Curriculum in International Finance and Economics - IFE

Program begins

September/October 2020 (attending the courses is not mandatory but it's strongly recommended)
The exact start date will be published in summer 2020.

Duration 2 years full-time
Teaching language English
IFE Regulation Download here the IFE Regulation (in Italian only)
Application deadlines
  • Until March 2020 (for VISA applicants)
  • The response to the IFE applicant will be sent by email.
  • Eligible foreign candidates will receive by e-mail a pre-admission letter in order to carry on pre-enrollment procedures at the Italian Consulate.

Useful information 
before
applying

  • Admission Requirements
  • Pre-admission and Enrollment Procedures: Visa applicant / Non-visa applicant
Application On-line application through the dedicated portal: https://apply.unimc.it

Minimum 
requirements

  • Bachelor's degree
  • English language certification  (TOEFL, IELTS or similar) or an appropriate knowledge of the English language
Selection criteria

You are qualified for admission to IFE if, during the undergraduate degree program, you have obtained, the minimum amount of credits (6 ECTS) in at least 2 of the following areas:

  • 6 ECTS-points: Law
  • 6 ECTS-points: Business management
  • 6 ECTS- points: Economics
  • 6 ECTS- points: Mathematics
Tuition fees

For the a.y. 2019/2029, the maximum amount of fees for a full-time enrollment at the IFE Master's degree is of € 1.563,00 (which includes € 140.00 for the regional tax for the right to study and the € 16.00 for the tax stamp).

Financial support

The University of Macerata offers financial support in the form of:

1. Fees reduction 
2. Total exemptions 
3. Partial exemptions
International students are supposed to pay fees based on their origin countries:
- Students coming from particularly poor countries pay 156 euros per year
- Students coming from extra OCSE countries pay 350 euros per year
- Students coming from OCSE countries pay 740 euros per year
MULTIPLE DEGREE in International Finance Programme The Department of Economcis and Law has signed a trilateral agreement with Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń (Poland) and the University of Angers (France) for a multiple diploma student exchange programme “International Finance Programme”.

Contacts

ife@unimc.it