The "Laurea Magistrale in Economics and Finance” (LMEF) is an advanced two-year course that allows students to complete their graduate training in economics and finance. The program is taught entirely in English.
Admission is based upon previous academic performance and knowledge of English.
The purpose of this two-year course is to provide students with the tools to analyse economic and financial problems in a rigorous fashion. LMEF prepares students for a professional career in banking, insurance and financial services, international and public institutions, and research institutes or for pursuing graduate studies in economics and finance.
Classes are taught by academics from the University of Napoli Federico II and other universities in Europe and the United States. Student assessment is based on exams and a final dissertation due at the end of the second year.
LMEF students are expected to take 10 exams. The total credits are 120, divided as follows:
- six core modules (66 credits);
- four elective modules (24 credits);
- other training activities (stages, summer schools, training, etc.) (6 credits);
- the final dissertation (24 credits).
Tuition fees are waived for Extra-EU students , except for the regional tax (€140,00) and stamp duties (€16,40). For EU students tuition fees amount to a total of €200,00 plus stamp duties (€16,40). For italian applicants tuition fees are based on family income (ISSEU).