How to apply
Master of Science in Finance and Banking (LM-16) Academic Year 2019/2020 Call for Applications
The Master of Science (Laurea Magistrale) in Finance and Banking is a two-year program of quantitative methods for finance, entirely taught in English and designed for highly talented students who wish to study mathematical and statistical techniques applied to financial markets.
To attend the Master degree in Finance and Banking it is necessary to have adequate knowledge of mathematics, economics, and statistics tools at undergraduate level.
Since admission is selective, prospective candidates must apply online as soon as possible.
The student is asked to submit a complete online application package providing the Admission Board with fundamental information and allowing it to evaluate candidates basing on their proficiency, as well as on the potential for the further development of their skills. Then, the suitable candidates will be invited to an interview (if resident abroad) or an admission test (if resident in Italy) to assess their preparation.
It is essential to provide accurate information on your relevant academic achievements along with aspirations and motivations that could support your application.
We recommend that you take your time when filling it in. It is extremely important that you manage the timing of your application carefully and submit a complete online application. The application form must be submitted in English. No paper applications will be accepted. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
The admission process consists of:
- Online application
- Skype interview or Admission test, if candidates are eligible
- Call for Applications start date: December 14, 2018
- Application Deadline Non-EU students June 14, 2019; EU students July 21, 2019
- Program begins September 2, 2019
- Enrollment Deadline November 6, 2019
- Skype Interview for students resident abroad
- Admission Test for students resident in Italy: April 12, 2019 at 12:00 pm in classroom T2 or July 30, 2019 at 11:00 am in classroom Aula Magna