First Year Students Prizes
Academic Year 2019/2020
MSc. Finance and Banking announces the ranking of two merit prizes reserved for students enrolled in the second year of study in the 2019/2020 academic year:
|STUDENT NAME||RANKING AND STATUS|
|Gaia D'Angeli||n. 1 - Winner – Participation confirmed|
|Federico Fattinnanzi||n. 2 - Winner – Participation confirmed|
|Leonardo Procoli||n. 3 - Eligible if winners decline prize|
|Fidan Huseynli||n. 4 - Eligible if winners decline prize|
|Alberto Ranieri||n. 5 - Eligible if winners decline prize|
|Hamed Molaei||n. 6 - Eligible if winners decline prize|
Awarding of the Prizes:
Students who are considered winners must confirm their acceptance of the prize or decline the prize by 20 January 2020. The MSc. Finance and Banking Programme Office will send a reminder email to the winners on 15 January. Winners should use the acceptance/refusal form to communicate their decision to the MSc. Finance and Banking Programme Office by email or in person:
Upon completion of the ARPM Bootcamp, winners should bring the following forms to the MSc. Finance and Banking office in person (or send them by postal mail because the original signatures are needed on the forms):
Form to request prize payment
Two merit prizes are reserved for students enrolled in the 2nd year of the MSc. Finance and Banking in the 2019/2020 academic year, on the basis of academic performance in the previous academic year, 2018/2019.
Each prize consists of a maximum amount of € 2.000,00 divided as follows:
• € 1.000,00 (1.100,00 USD) for the enrolment fee for participation in the Advanced Risk and Portfolio Management (ARPM) Bootcamp in New York (USA) in mid-August 2020;
• € 1.000,00 to cover expenses related to the Bootcamp participation including travel, meals and accommodation.
Deadline: 30 November 2019
* This is a translation of the announcement “Bando di concorso per l’assegnazione di n. 2 borse di studio a favore di studenti iscritti al Master of Science in Finance and Banking”. Its purpose is to provide information to foreign students. It has no legal value. The only official and legally binding source is the original Italian announcement.