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The Master of Science (LM-16) in Finance and Banking is a two-year program of quantitative methods for finance, entirely taught in English and designed for talented students who wish to study mathematical and statistical techniques applied to financial markets. The School of Economics of Tor Vergata University of Rome is ranked in the top 10% worldwide among Economic Institutions by RePec/Ideas


Thanks to the agreements with strategic industrial partners, our students have free access to extra services and data tools, to make their curriculum more attractive to the current standards of the labor market. We get our partners involved with the program by organizing specific short courses, guest lectures and constant exchanges of ideas. 


Students of the  MSc in Finance and Banking have the chance to take part to several International programs: Dual Degree with University of Goteborg (Sweden), Erasmus Plus, Erasmus Mundus, ARPM Bootcamp in New York (USA). These are opportunities for our students to improve their knowledge and skills in a multicultural environment.


A dedicated staff assist our students before and after their graduation. Meetings with finance professionals are organized on regular base to provide our students with useful contacts and advices to access to the job market. 98% of our graduates find placement within one year after earning their degree.



Most of our students finish their studies on time and get their first job in banks, trading houses, insurance companies, agencies and institutions. Some of them continue their studies in qualified Ph.D. programs. Visit their LinkedIn page.


Italian and EU Students: annual tuition fee from min € 156 to max €4.250 (depending on ISEEU).
Non-EU students: annual tuition fee of € 2.656,00.
Students who obtain an italian bachelor degree with a final grade of 110/110 have a 10% fee reduction.