The Course in brief
The Bachelor Degree course of Economics and Commerce provides a multidisciplinary education centred on knowledge of economic and financial systems and the institutions that operate within them.
The course is divided into two curricula: the general economic curriculum, in which particular attention is paid to national and international economics, the environment, health and labour; the financial economic curriculum, oriented towards the world of finance and its protagonists: intermediaries, financial market operators and supervisory bodies in the sector.
If you would like to enroll in this Bachelor's Degree program, follow the steps on the Prospective students page.
To know the contents of the course, please read the Programmazione didattica (Teaching schedule).
To know the teachings offered in this academic year, please read the Manifesto.
See also the Teaching Regulation.
Read the results of the Student Opinion Survey about teaching.
Head of program and Tutor Professors
The Head of the program is Prof. Laura Nieri.
If you need advice on the choices about your study course you can refer to the tutor professors:
Do you know that...
- with the Erasmus+ Study mobility programme you can spend a study period abroad and also get a bonus in calculating your degree grade
- with the CINDA exchange programme you have the opportunity to study at the best national universities in Central and South American countries. Again, you can get a bonus in the calculation of your degree grade
- with the Movidis - Erasmus+ Virtual Mobility project you can also have a virtual mobility experience in France, Spain or Germany
- you can benefit from the relationships that the study course has with the world of work, and in particular with the members of the Consulta, to carry out an internship in a company or a public administration body
- if you participate in the Soft Skills workshop, you can acquire soft skills, i.e. those skills used by each of us to interact with the social and physical environment - Watch the video
- you can find more information on this degree course by visiting the dedicated UniGe page
You can also contact the Students' Representatives
If you want to express your opinion, visit the page of Reports and Complaints