The International Politics and Markets programme at the University of Bologna nables a career at the highest level in international institutions and markets, fostering students' ability to analyze the political and economic relations between States, governmental and non-governmental organizations, and private companies. It provides interdisciplinary knowledge in subjects as politics of the world economy, international trade, international corporate finance, global markets and political risks.
The objective of the second-cycle degreeprogramme in International Politics and Markets is to train professionalsworking at the crossroads of political science, international relations andeconomics, who are capable of understanding and analysing political, economicand global governance matters in a comprehensive manner. The degree programmeplaces special emphasis on the study of firms in a global political context andof international markets, which is uncommon for degree programmes in the LM-62classes and is, to some extent, unique in Italy.
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The job announcements board lists available jobs offered by companies. It is reserved exclusively for graduates / undergraduates (those who have applied for a degree) of the University of Bologna.
Job offers are published and updated in real time, allowing you to choose the ones most suited to your studies, and your skills and aspirations.
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