MESCI-Development Economics and International Cooperation

Master in
Development Economics and
International Cooperation

Alumni 2016/2017



My name is Enrico Bologni and I’m from Italy. A sociable guy, down to earth and very open minded. I had my undergraduate studies in the field of Economics, during which I had internships with one of the specialized agency of the United Nations dedicated to eradicating rural poverty in developing countries, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD); where I worked in the Controller’s and Financial Services for East and Southern Africa Division. My involvement as an intern has increased my awareness of the need for greater development and perspectives about life, and in most cases what the world and institutions should be doing right. I hold a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Management of Intermediaries and Financial Markets from the University of Roma Tre and a Master’s degree in Finance and Banking from the University of Tor Vergata. I seized the opportunity to go abroad twice and I spent three months in Ireland at the Atlantic School of Dublin and a semester at the Universidad de Pais Vasco, in Spain (Bilbao), through the “Erasmus Exchange Program”. There I attended the Master in Quantitative Finance. Pursuing a Master’s degree in Development economics and International Co-operation would be of immense added value to ensuring that these perspectives and development agendas are much better understood in order to have a great impact and contribute largely to this rapidly changing world