We are proud of our students and happy to support them during the entire duration of the graduate program offering; we encourage students to develop knowledge, skills and expertise by continuously stimulating their interest in preparing further professional competencies. In addition to classroom lectures, each student participates in additional curricular activities to earn university credits.
"Today sadly marks my last day as a student of Tor Vergata and the EEBL programme. I feel as though these last years have passed all within the blink of an eye, and I cannot believe I am sitting here writing this email after just having graduated. I guess this saying true, ‘time flies when you are having fun. Nevertheless, I cannot thank you all enough for individually shaping this experience into what it has been for me. Not only has this experience left me with great mentors, but also great friendships. I will remember these moments, and of course, take all of these experiences with me wherever life leads. I have been able to learn so much during this fulfilling and rewarding MSc programme. I am confident to say many of the skills I have acquired here at Tor Vergata will be to my benefit in my career path, and for that, I am grateful. This is a tough goodbye, as EEBL will always have a special place in my heart. Thank you again for everything, it was such a pleasure to meet and work with you all! I wish you all the best!!"
"I find the EEBL course very stimulating, especially for the opportunities it offers. I started an internship at IFAD almost two months ago and I am very grateful for it. Also, I will try to be part of the Italy Expo 2020 Volunteers program in Dubai, of which Tor Vergata is a partner university. It is very difficult because there are many students applying, but since EEBL is a very international course and my GPA is high, I decided to try. It is very sad that due to the pandemic me and my colleagues could not fully experience what this program can offer."
"Foundation of my study experience in Italy had been laid down when I met with the President of Italy, Mr. Sergio Mattarella in my country, Azerbaijan as a winner of the Italian Government grant awarded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Italy. This made me sure that a lot of opportunities and experiences will be waiting for me while studying in Italy. I was totally right. I did my internship in Madrid, Spain within the framework of Erasmus+ Student Mobility for Traineeship program. I worked for one Spanish company where I had a chance to involve in labor market and get some practical experience. Right now, I am an exchange student at University of New Mexico, in United States under the Overseas program. During the coronavirus era, most classes are online here but I am taking some courses which are face to face as well. In my opinion, these kinds of international programs make you feel as a citizen of global world, although global pandemic creates some difficulties and doubts for globalization."
"Alongside its academic excellence, EEBL offers us many opportunities to gain international experience and expand our global network through study and internship programs. In 2019, as a winner of the Erasmus+ scholarship, I did my first study exchange in Spain, at the Public University of Navarre where I gathered deep insight into economic topics. At the moment, I'm an exchange student in the UK, at a world-class (top 100) university – the University of Sheffield. Despite national lockdowns and ongoing pandemic difficulties, the exchange program let me step outside my comfort zone and experience the British culture. One of the best things about being an exchange student in the UK is the real sense of community you get here. I underwent various courses here that enabled me to deeply understand fundamental Economic and Law topics and build a solid basis for a further work career. Try to seize every EEBL chance because some things only happen once!"