Studying Economics and Management means committing yourself and enhancing your talents by focusing on the acquisition of a solid transdisciplinary education.
By integrating different disciplines – Economics, Business Management, Accountancy and Law – the program allows graduates to enter many professions. The degree course provides you with a suite of skills which enables you:
Studying Economics and Management at UER means choosing a university where the student is truly at the centre of a program of personal and professional development thanks to:
The Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business Management and the 2-year Master Post Graduate Degree in Economics and Innovation Management offer a training project with one year of the program taught through English. This responds to the increasing demand from companies, financial institutions, international organizations and research bodies, for young graduates with a highly qualified and versatile university education.
Developing transdisciplinary skills means acquiring essential “soft” skills, those of:
These skills are increasingly required in the job market, in both companies and institutions as well as in freelance professions.
The good news for our students is that these skills are not necessarily innate but can be developed through specific “training”. For this reason, the Bachelor’s Degree in Economics invests heavily in a series of activities and experiences aimed at honing those effective skills, including:
Work experience placements are aimed at providing the student with hands-on knowledge of the job market and the business work environment. Thus, the student is facilitated in making professional choices through direct contact with one of the professional sectors to which the degree gives access. It is a fundamental phase of university education and integral to our program. Internships are part of both the Bachelor’s and 2-year Master Post Graduate Degree programmes.
UER believes that a university should provide students with a wealth of incentives that can allow them to discover and develop their potential and their interests, enhance their creative skills and develop their capacity to contribute to society. Therefore we expect all students to carry out practical activities in the context of social initiatives or projects created by UER, public bodies, or private organizations belonging to the voluntary sector (mainly NPOs and NGOs). Students will thereby increase their sensitivity to social dynamics, to the active exercise of solidarity, and to their awareness of the social value of professional commitment.
Social responsibility activities are part of the Bachelor’s Degree study programme.
Università Europea di Roma considers it essential to offer its students the opportunity to follow an international study program.
Thanks to UER’s partnership with other universities, students of Economics and Business Management can carry out part of their study program abroad by enrolling in a double degree course.
This double degree course is a study program at the end of which the students will obtain two degrees, the Italian one issued by Università Europea di Roma, and the other issued by the partner University abroad.
Access to the double degree is regulated by public announcement, and the number of eligible places is limited. Successful applicants will complete at least one year of studies at the partner university and can receive financial support from Università Europea di Roma. Find out more »
Università Europea di Roma offers students enrolled in the second and third year of the Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Business Management, and students enrolled in the first and second year of the 2-year Master Post Graduate Degree in Economics and Innovation Management, the opportunity to take part in the LSE Summer School of Business and Management at the London School of Economics
The London School of Economics and Political Science, winner of the QS World University Rankings 2017-2018 as the second best University of Social Sciences, is one of the world’s most important institutions of Social and Economic Sciences. Find out more »