Master's degrees

Current year courses

Master’s degree in Banking and Finance
The primary objective of the master’s degree in Banking and Finance is to provide the student with specific skills to understand the management peculiarities, operational characteristics and evolutionary dynamics that characterize both intermediaries and financial markets. 
The student’s education is also aimed at ensuring an interdisciplinary approach (business, economic, quantitative and legal) to the issues of financial intermediation. 
Particularly important will be to equip the graduate with a solid conceptual basis and methodological rigor that will enable him to understand the issues of the industry and to propose appropriate and innovative solutions in strongly dynamic contexts. 
The course also intends to develop the ability to propose and apply mathematical-statistical methodologies and innovative tools in financial and insurance fields and to enhance the IT component.
The provided preparation, the methodological rigor delivered and the analysis and synthesis skills acquired in the characterizing subjects must enable the graduate to adequately address the path of scientific research applied in business-quantitative disciplines, with a financially distinct Universities, both in research centers established with international bodies and supervisors.
The training course is articulated in a first common year followed by a second year which allows you to differentiate your master's degree in two curricula. In this logic, the first year is devoted to basic lessons, which mainly concern financial instruments and markets in their economic, managerial, legal and quantitative dimensions. The second year, however, provides for the curriculum devoted to financial intermediation management to deepen the management logic of credit and insurance intermediaries, while for the curriculum dedicated to quantitative finance the mathematical and statistical aspects of pricing of derivative instruments and of financial and insurance risk management  are privileged.
 
Master’s degree in Economics

For further information please visit the program's webpage http://magecverona.it or send an e-mail to magec@dse.univr.it.

The master’s program is characterized by a general-purpose and international flavor, and covers such fields as economic theory and policy, business and management economics, fundamentals of European law and public economics, applied economics and econometrics. The analysis of real-world problems is particularly stressed.

The program trains students in theoretical and applied economics through course work, participation in seminars, and supervised research within a supportive environment. Activities are organized in order to stimulate the active and ongoing participation of the students, also through direct and personalized relationship with the teaching body.

MAGEC is devoted not only to students holding a bachelor’s degree in Economics. It is also a good match for students with background in political sciences, engineering, mathematics and statistics, willing to understand economic issues more in depth.

MAGEC graduates master the main theoretical and analytical tools of modern economics, and are able to critically interpret economic facts and independently work with real data. Their skill profile is especially suited for a managerial or research-oriented role in public or private organizations. The thorough training offered by the degree also allows 

Master's degree in International Economics and Business Management
The two year Master's degree in International Economics and Business Management  is entirely taught in English and has the goal to train post-graduate students in fields such as International economics, international business management and international law. Mathematical techniques for optimizing firms management are also covered.
 
The Master Degree is open to undergraduate students with a background in economics who are interested in the international dimension of economic activity both at the firm level and from a macro perspective. Students’ active participation in classroom seminars and project works is strongly encouraged and every year several foreign teachers are invited to give lectures on special parts of the Master Programme courses.
 
Main topics of the Master courses are causes and consequences of international trade, the relationship between trade and development, the macroeconomic dynamic of open economies and international financial markets, international marketing and logistic, the management of groups and networks of internationalized companies, reporting and cost accounting, international and European law, international business law.
 
Upon completion of the Master Programme, students will be able to understand the dynamics of the international economy, and trade, analyse the evolution of foreign markets and manage the operations of companies and firms actively engaged in international trade
Master’s degree in Business Administration and Corporate Law
Course outline and objectives
The course offers advanced preparation in the subjects of economic and financial reporting, relations with tax authorities, institutional frameworks and corporate governance and performance measurement and evaluation.
The graduate will be able to prepare and analyse major company reports, translating the accounting data into strategic and operational decisions; apply performance measurement and evaluation methods; and design and verify controls on business processes.
These skills will be achieved through the study of subjects aimed at combining the interpretation of business concepts, supported by related measurement and reporting techniques, with knowledge of the legal arrangements essential to the management of complex organisations.
In addition to traditional instruction, the course provides applications, case studies and testimonies from representatives from businesses and the profession, at the same time offering opportunities for internships.
 
Areas of employment
The course, producing professionals equipped with the entry skills required, opens up the following possible employment opportunities: chartered accountant, management consultant, administrative officer/account manager, statutory auditor and internal auditor.
With regard to the profession of chartered accountant, please note that the course has an agreement with the “Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti ed Esperti Contabili” (equivalent of the Association of Chartered Accountants). As a result of this agreement, students enrolled in the course can begin their chartered accountancy internship during their studies, without having to wait for graduation; moreover, at the State examination, the graduate is exempt from the first of the written tests.
 
From bachelor’s degree to master’s degree
Admission to the course requires possession of a Level B1 or higher certification from the CEFR system, or other equivalent certification, relating to knowledge of at least one language of the European Union other than Italian.
In view of the agreement, the curriculum prerequisites for admission to the course are agreed with the local Associations and are described in detail in the Academic Regulations. The Academic Regulations also provide the contents and procedures for verification of personal information.
Master’s degree in Business Management (Vicenza)
The Master’s Degree in Business Management aims to provide graduates with the tools to undertake managerial careers in industrial and services companies, as well as in management consulting companies. More specifically, it intends to train graduates enabling them to work in for profit and no-profit organizations, initially assuming the role of assistant managers and, progressively, of senior managers, as well as of business consultants.
The course offers specific knowledge about business strategy, management, organizational planning and management control providing graduates the right skills to become professionals that are ready to enter the job market.
The training of graduates in Business Management is multidisciplinary in order to allow them to approach the job market via several job opportunities across different functional areas 
The student acquires the key competences through a first common year, based on a strong multidisciplinary approach, in which topics include law (intellectual property and antitrust law), economic (industrial economy and innovation), quantitative (quantitative models for business management) and management (business strategy, governance and financial reporting of groups) areas.
In the second year, two curricula are organized in order to train students in different professional fields, while preserving a common teaching philosophy.
The “Strategic Management” curriculum deals with the strategic management in a broader sense through the study of disciplines related to organizational planning, analysis of competition and innovation, social responsibility and management control.
The “Service Management” curriculum deals with the strategic governance of companies that operate in the services industries such as retail, tourism and non-profit, with a focus on service quality and relationship marketing.
Traditional teaching is integrated through different ways across most of the courses. For instance, professionals are invited in classrooms, project works are organized and developed by students, company visits and other activities are organized in order to develop students' soft skills.
The course takes place in Vicenza thanks to the agreement between the University of Verona and the Fondazione Studi Universitari di Vicenza (in English language: Vicenza University Foundation) (signed in 2009/10 and renewed in 2014/15).
The employment opportunities include management, administrative and strategic planning and control positions within the industrial and service organizations as well as within management and strategic consulting firms.
Master’s degree in Marketing and Corporate Communication
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