The Two-Year Master Degree in Economics of the University of Turin aims to give the students the tools they need for a career as a professional economist, either in research centers, or in public and private organizations (companies, banks, financial companies, public administration bodies).

Overview

The first year of the Economics programme at University of Turin focuses on the acquisition and development of quantitative (mathematical, statistical and econometric) tools and the core elements of macroeconomic and microeconomic theory.  

The second year of the Master programme is devoted to various fields of application of the economic analysis, ranging from macroeconomic and monetary issues (development economics, monetary economics, international economics), to topics related to the microeconomic foundations of markets and institutions (labor economics, industrial economics, public economics, political economics, game theory). 

All the courses of the Two-Year Master Degree in Economics of the University of Torino are taught in English.   

The program offers many competences, such as:

  • the ability to analyze, also with quantitative techniques, to interpret and to forecast macroeconomic and financial trends;
  • in-depth understanding of the effects of economic policy measures;
  • the skills to investigate the structure and the functioning of firms and markets.

Careers

Students who graduate in Economics possess an in-depth knowledge of economic methods and problem-solving skills, allowing them to obtain qualified positions in international organizations and regulatory bodies. Also, high-profile jobs at consulting companies, industrial firms and banks are easily accessed.

Some of the most important companies where our graduates were employed are, among others:

  • Bain &C Consulting
  • Belgrave Capital Management
  • British Petroleum
  • Deutsche Bank
  • Fondaco s.g.r. Torino
  • IntesaSanpaolo
  • Nomura Londra
  • Unicredit Group

Programme Structure

Courses include:
  • Behavioral And Experimental Economics
  • Capital Markets And Corporate Finance 
  • Econometrics
  • Macroeconomic Analysis 
  • Numerical Methods In Economics
  • Quantitative Methods For Economics

Detailed Programme Facts

English Language Requirements

This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.

General Requirements

  • Undergraduate degree with a grade equal to or exceeding 90% of the highest possible grade (99/110 for an Italian degree).
  • Good command of the English language (at least level B2 of Common European Standards).
  • One tenth of total undergraduate credits in Economics (i.e. 18 credits in courses classified as SECS P/01 through SECS P/06, for an Italian degree), and at least one tenth of total credits in Math and Statistics (i.e. 18 credits in courses classified as SECS S/01 through SECS S/06 or as MAT/06, for an Italian degree). 

Tuition Fee

Tuition fee depending on ISEE

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Living costs for Torino

  • 660 - 980 EUR/month
    Living Costs

The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.

Funding

Check the programme website for information about funding options.

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