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Other educational activities

Bachelor’s degree and master’s degree programs in the Department of Economics and Finance require students to earn  credits as “other activities.” To earn these credits (4 or 8 depending on the year of enrollment) the Department of Economics and Finance offers the activities described in this section.

Some of these activities are aimed at students in the bachelor’s degree program in Economics and Business, and others are for students in the master’s degree program in Economics and Finance.

For the bachelor’s degree program in Economics and Business

For the master's degree program in Economics and Finance

The University’s deadlines and procedures must be respected when selecting one of the activities listed above.

For more information, see the Guide to the compilation of study plans.

Please note that starting with applications for international exchange programs, Double Degrees and structured partnerships for the 2018-2019 academic year, evaluations will take into consideration all credits earned by the winter exam session, no exceptions. Courses listed as “additional courses” or “corsi liberi” will not be considered during the evaluation.