In the major of Finance, students gain specialized knowledge in a range of topics such as investment banking, international financial markets, regulation of banks and other financial institutions, funding and investment decisions, risk management.
Students have also the chance to personalize their academic profile with electives and “other activities” (seminars, labs, etc.) and are strongly encouraged to take part in an exchange program at one of our many partner universities abroad.
The program offers an introduction to the functioning and policies of the main European institutions and regulatory requirements of various markets, with special attention given to areas such as competition and antitrust law.In addition, students acquire solid methodological tools required to understand and analyze economic and financial phenomena, including the acquisition of basic legal concepts. The main objective is to contribute to the creation of a class of European leaders with a strong economic background and a real affinity for management and entrepreneurship. Students have the possibility of spending two full semesters in the Netherlands. Legal material in the areas of public, private and commercial law will be taught within an economic framework, in line with the course’s goal of maintaining the prevalence of national content in the principal legal areas.
|Introduction to Business Economics||8|
|Principles of Economics||8|
|Principles of Civil Law||6|
At the end of the first year, students are required to choose a compulsory language.
|Applied Statistics and Econometrics||8|
|Games and Strategies||8|
|Law and Economics (Corporate and Business Law: Antitrust and Regulation)||10|
At the end of their II year, students must choose a major (Management, Economics, Finance) and 2 elective courses from those offered by the Department.
|Money and Banking||8|
|Financial Markets and Institutions||8|
|2 Elective courses||8+8|
|Other activities (internships, seminars)||4|
Graduates are equipped to work for economic and financial institutions, businesses and public administrations, in positions commensurate with their three-year preparation.
Luiss is committed to broaden its international dimension by giving current and prospective students the chance to belong to a dynamic community.
Erasmus+ and Bilateral Exchange Programs
The Luiss Student Exchange Office manages and promotes student exchanges within the Erasmus Program, as well as through bilateral exchange agreements with non-European universities. The procedures are based on the ECTS system. All eligible students can apply to be selected for an opportunity to study abroad on an Erasmus+ or Bilateral exchange in one of our several partner Institutions. Our Erasmus+/Bilateral network currently boasts 218 agreements with Higher Education Institutions in 46 countries, and it grows every year.
Structured Partnership Exchange and Double Degree Programs
The International Development Office offers to students a wide range of structured partnerships and double degree programs they can apply for, depending on the specific Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree program they’re currently enrolled in or the program they’re willing to enroll in for the next academic year.