FAQ

Do I have to apply online?

Yes. Only online applications will be considered valid.

Application form is available at the following link.

In case you have problems when filling in the format please contact: admissions@eebl.uniroma2.it .

What is your application deadline date?

The deadline for the master’s degree programme varies according to the student's nationality and background.

Deadlines for application:
The following dates indicate the last available day to submit a complete application (complete online form and all the required documents):
• Non-EU applicants: 30 May 2019
• EU applicants with non-Italian bachelor degree: 30 June 2019
• EU applicants with Italian bachelor different from Economics: 30 July 2019
• EU applicants with Italian bachelor degree in Economics: 30 August 2019

 

What are my tuition fees?

Tuition fee for the  2017/2018  academic year is €5.100, to be paid in three instalments. 

For further information regarding the 2017/2018 academic year, please consult the tuition fee page: http://economia.uniroma2.it/master-science/eebl/tuition-fees/

What are class sizes?

Core courses may have approximately 80 students while non-core courses may have more or fewer students. 

Do you offer funding for EEBL students?

Yes. EEBL students may apply for specific scholarship opportunities (Tuition Fee Waivers) which will be awarded to best qualified students. 

For further information visit the dedicated page.

How many students attend the Master of Science in EEBL?

Approximately  100 students are currently enrolled in the programme. 40 belong to the second year class and 60 to the first year class.

 

Is there an application fee?

No.

The only fee to pay is the one that allows you to enrol. For further details on tuition fees please see: http://economia.uniroma2.it/master-science/eebl/tuition-fees/

How do I certify my family income?

International Students

Family Income
Obtain your family income in your own Country;

Translation and Certification
Bring your family income statement to the Italian Diplomatic Authorities in your home country and, after its approval, have it translated into Italian;

Codice Fiscale (Italian Tax Code)
Apply for your individual tax code at the Italian Diplomatic Authorities in your home country, or, once in Italy, submit a request at the Agenzia delle Entrate (find the closest office here).

ISEEU Certification
Students must go to a CAF Office* and request an ISEE-U certification (students will be required to show their family income, ID and Italian tax code). The ISEE-U evaluation is then used to calculate the students' tuition fee and determine whether they are eligible for a partial or full tuition waiver. 

Italian Students

• ISEEU Certification
Students must go to a CAF Office* and request an ISEEU certification (students will be required to show their family income, ID and Italian tax code). The ISEE-U evaluation is then used to calculate the students' tuition fee and determine whether they are eligible for a partial or full tuition waiver.

Students choosing not to declare their family income will be required to pay the maximum amount of the university fees.