Master of Science in Economics

 

Summary

  • Duration: 24 months
  • Location: Pisa
  • Language: English
  • Applications will be considered from December 17th, 2020 to June 30, 2021
  • Starting Academic Year 2020/21: the last week of September 2021
  • 1st term lectures: September 2021/December 2021
  • 2nd term lectures: February 2022/ May 2022
  • 1st term examinations: December 2021/February 2022
  • 2nd term examinations: May 2022/July 2022
  • 3rd term examinations: September 2021
  • Expected class size: 40 students
  • International students fees and grants: The Enrollment Center of University of Pisa

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(Laurea Magistrale in Economics)

LECTURES AND TEACHING
DURING THE COVID-19 EMERGENCY:
details on the organization of courses during the second semester

 

 

The Department of Economics and Management of University of Pisa and the Laboratory of Economics and Management of Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies have developed a challenging two-year Master of Science Program in Economics.

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The Master Program provides students with an advanced training in economics supported by the complementary quantitative and statistical tools. The central aim of the program is to enhance the abilities of students of analyzing economic phenomena at different levels: firm, industry, national and international. This range of skills represents the ideal foundation for the development of professionals able to interpret the fast-changing economic environments of the 21st century.

This two-year degree is designed for students aiming at knowledge intensive careers in dynamic firms and corporations, consultancies and public organizations. It offers a solid foundation for those willing to pursue an academic career in the field of economics or other professional activities characterized by a strong research content.

The Faculty of the program has attained an outstanding international reputation for research excellence in many areas of economics. The Master degree (Laurea Magistrale) is jointly awarded by University of Pisa and Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies.

The admission to the Master is subject to an assessment of the curriculum provided by applicants. For detailed information see here.

MSE programs aims to intensify the presence of foreign students in our Department and stimulate our students to live, study and work in an international context. We provide services and advice to international students.

MSE offers two curricula: General Economics and Official Statistics.

Official Statistics has been recently awarded by the European Commission with the label EMOS (European Master in Official Statistics).

MSE Staff

Dipartimento di Economia e Management

Via Ridolfi 10 Pisa, Italy

mse@ec.unipi.it

 




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Suspension of lectures in presence

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Spring Semester a.y. 20/21 – Timetable

The schedule of the Spring Semester of the  a.y. 2020/21 has been updated! Check here the First year and Second year timetable

 

Jean Monnet Project Seminar on Climate Change and Finance – 29th January 2021 at 3pm

Jean Monnet Project Seminar on Climate Change and Finance  “On the dependence of investor’s probability of default on climate transition scenarios”...

 

Course “Introduction to R” (1st year students)

The course “Introduction to R” (1st year stduents) is starting on Teams platform (link https://bit.ly/3rRWUQQ) with the following schedule: – 11/01/2021 – h. 17-18.30 – 13/01/2021 – h. 17.30-19 – 15/01/2021 – h. 17-18.30 – 18/01/2021 – h. 17-18.30 – 20/01/2021 – h. 17-18.30 – 22/01/2021 – h. 17-18.30 – 25/01/2021 – h. 17-18.30 – 26/01/2021 – h. 17-18.30 – 27/01/2021 – h. 17-18.30 – 01/02/2021 – h. 17.30-19 – 03/02/2021 – h. 17.30-19 – 10/02/2021 – h. 17.30-19

 

Closing of the department building – tomorrow November 13rd, 2020

Due to a strike of the cleaning staff, tomorrow 13rd November the department building will be closed and the planned section of “Mathematics Methods for Economics”...