The degree programme provides the required additional skills inmathematics, statistics, econometrics, economics and law; it then focuses oneconomic and business methods, studying all conventional and innovativecorporate banking services offered and managed by Italian banking groups andlarge international investment banks.
Special focus will be given to the regulation and control offinancial markets and brokers, and the governance of listed companies.
This curriculum, which also allows students the possibility to perform internshipsin financial intermediaries or in finance departments of medium and largebusinesses, ends with an original written dissertation, in which students shalldemonstrate critical skills, produced under the supervision of a member of theSchool's 2nd cycle degree teaching staff.
Access to further studyIt gives access to third cycle studies (Dottorato di ricerca/Scuole di specializzazione) and master universitario di secondo livello.
attività formative obbligatorie
* Financial Econometrics
* Bank Management
* Law of Listed Companies and Financial Markets (I. C.)
* 37359 Financial Brokerage Law
* 37450 Listed Companies Law
* Special Financial Operations
Due insegnamenti a scelta tra: (16 CFU)
* Actuarial Mathematics 1
* preparatory to Actuarial mathematics 2
* Mathematics Models for Finance 1
* preparatory to Mathematics model for finance 2
* Statistical Methods for Financial Markets
Un insegnamento a scelta tra: (6 CFU)
* Mathematics Models for Finance 2
* Actuarial Mathematics 2
un'attività a scelta tra: (6 CFU)
* Intership LM
* Laboratory LM
Attività formative obbligatorie
* Financial Markets Law
* Risk Management
* Economics of International Capital Markets
* Final Examination
uno a scelta tra (8 CFU)
* History of industry and finance
* Portfolio Theory & Investment Analysis
* Corporate Governance
attività a libera scelta (8 CFU)
* Bankruptcy Law
* Cost Analysis Master Degree
* Economics of Regulation
* Budget Analysis Master Degree
* Economic Analysis of Contracts
* Economics of Competition
* Advanced Macroeconomics
* Advanced Microeconomics
Program requirementsTo profitably attend the 2nd cycle degree programme in Financial Markets and Institutions, students shall possess in-depth knowledge of business finance, brokering management and real estate market operations, as well as sound knowledge of financial mathematics, econometrics, private law and commercial law.1. A 1st cycle degree in one of the following classes, or other suitable qualification obtained abroad:ex Italian Ministerial Decree no. 270/04: L-18 (Economic and Business Management Sciences), L-33 (Economic Sciences), L36 (Political Sciences and International Relations), L-41 (Statistics),- ex- Italian Ministerial Decree no. 509/99: classes 15 (Political Sciences and International Relations), 17 (Economic and Business Management Sciences), 28 (Economic Sciences), 37 (Statistical Sciences),- Previous four-year degree programme system: any degree which complies with the requirements laid down in point 2.2. The following minimum number of CFU among the scientific-disciplinary fields listed: * SECS-P/01,SECS-P/02, SECS-P/03, SECS-P/05, SECS-P/06: 16 CFU * MAT/01,MAT/02, MAT/03, MAT/04, MAT/05, MAT/06, MAT/08, MAT/09, INF/01,SECS-S/01, SECS-S/03, SECS-S/06: 16 CFU * SECS-P/07,SECS-P/08, SECS-P/09, SECS-P/10, SECS-P/11: 16 CFU * IUS/01,IUS/04, IUS/09: 16 CFU.If the requirements laid down in points 1 and 2 above are not met, admission to the 2nd Cycle Degree Programme is subject to a preliminary assessment by a Commission to ascertain the required skills and competencies through an interview.The Commission, appointed by the Degree Programme Board, will establish a calendar for the interviews in September, which will be published on the university Portal. If the Commission considers the level of the graduate's knowledge and skills to be satisfactory, the student will be allowed to sit the access test to the 2nd cycle degree programme in Financial Markets and Institutions.Admission to the 2nd cycle degree programme is subject to the passing of a test to verify the students' personal academic preparation.The 2nd cycle degree programme in Financial Markets and Institutions may set a fixed number of places according to the available resources. The number of admitted students and the selection methods are published annually in the relative call for applications.Personal academic preparation will be assessed during the admission test (programme with fixed number of students), which will be delivered in the manner indicated in the call for applications. Students scoring at least the minimum set score indicated in the call for applications will be deemed to have passed this test.
The University of Bologna offers Unibo Action 2 study grants to deserving international students, who wish to register for Second Cycle Degree Programmes in A.Y. 2014/2015. The grants, worth 11,000 gross, are assigned on the basis of the GRE (Revised General Test) test scores. Read the full information on the requirements and the application procedure in the call for applications, available on the website of the University of Bologna. The deadline to apply for these grants is March 31st, 2014.