The program is designed for prominent national and international students with an interest in applied economics with an international focus. Students will be admitted on the basis of academic excellence. Candidates are expected to have acquired in their past degree(s) sound knowledge of the basic micro- and macro-economics concepts and of mathematical and statistical tools commonly used in Economics. Good knowledge of spoken and written English is also required (CEFR B1 or higher level: for a description see this page).
The maximum tuition fee is around 2,000 euros. Reductions are possible based on students’ income. Payments can be split in two parts (deadlines: October 31; May 31).
Reduced fees for non-EU students 1,000 euros.
Students are eligible for scholarships; for information visit this page.
Other scholarships from the Italian government are described in this page.
The admission procedure is different for Italian and foreign applicants.
Applications of international (EU and non-EU) students to each new academic year can be made between January 1 – June 15. This is necessary in order to meet all the bureaucratic requirements before the program starts.
- Admission of Italian students: please visit this page. (Pre-registration of italian students: open between July and late August)
- Admission of international students: please visit this page.
For further practical information you can contact the students’ career office: read more here
For application calls for study grants, accommodation and dining facilities, visit the website (in Italian) of ESU. All students can apply for ESU scholarships; for details visit this page.
In addition, three scholarships are available for non-EU students (for the two years of the course). The yearly gross amount of each scholarship is 9,000 euros, with allocation based on merit and payment conditional on academic performance during the course of study. Students benefiting from these scholarships are also entitled to priority in access to University student accommodation.
The call for application for the non-EU students scholarships for academic year 2017-18 will be made available in this web page within March 2017. Here find the call for scholarships for the previous academic year 2016-17 (please consult the English summary of the call).
After registration, each student is assigned a tutor from the academic staff. The tutor advises and follows the student over her entire curriculum within MAGEC. In addition, the limited number of students admitted every year is meant to facilitate direct contact with the academic staff.For further students’ services and facilities, see the page maintained by the University of Verona.
The development of skills is not confined to classroom and academic work. Our mission is to make MAGEC students “live” a genuine research environment. MAGEC students indeed benefit from services and facilities provided by the Department of Economics, noticeably: