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Program structure

MSC ECONOMICS STUDY PLAN AND TRACKS COHORT 2022/2023

The program starts at the beginning of September and lasts two years. Each of the two academic years is divided into two semesters, and each semester is divided into two modules. Each module involves six weeks of teaching, with exams taking place at the end of each module. 

I YEAR, I SEMESTER

I YEAR, II SEMESTER

II YEAR, I SEMESTER

II YEAR, II SEMESTER

Students must take 5 elective courses, 6 credits each, for a total of 30 credits. Electives can be chosen starting from the second semester of the 1st year. The degree programme proposes the following tracks:

ECONOMICS TRACK

Students choose two:

Students choose three:

ECONOMICS AND POLICY TRACK

Students choose one:

Students choose four:

QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS TRACK

Students choose two:

Students choose two:

Students choose one:

STUDY PLAN

Students enrolling in MSc Economics for the first time in the 2022/2023 academic year should use the module below to communicate their chosen study plan which must be submitted by 30 November 2022 to msc_economics@economia.uniroma2.it.

Please note that your study plan is subject to formal approval by the MSc Academic Board. Any successive changes must also be submitted for formal approval.

Study Plan Module

CURRICULAR INTERNSHIP

You can substitute one elective course with a curricular internship, i.e. you earn the same credits: 6 credits for 150 hours of internship activity. Two possible types of internship:

  • Internship Private Sector & National/International Institutions
  • Research Assistant Internship

The internship may be chosen only once during the entire period of enrollment in MSc Economics and may be activated any time of the year.

EXTRA ACTIVITIES

The following activities are organized to strengthen students' academic and professional competencies over the course of their two years of studies. While we encourage students to take part in these activities, no credits will be earned for the participation.

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