Study in Italy: MSc. in Economics, a two-year program in English at Tor Vergata University of Rome

Master of Science in Economics

Study in Italy a two-year full-time program of advanced quantitative methods for economics. The program, entirely taught in English, is designed for highly qualified and motivated students who wish to acquire the tools and knowledge to undertake advanced economic research.

To improve knowledge and skills in a multicultural environment, we propose to students two Dual Degree Programs: one in Sweden with the University of Gothenburg, the other in Germany with the University of Konstanz.

To attend profitably the MSc. in Economics it is necessary to have adequate knowledge of economic theory and quantitative analysis at undergraduate level. Proficiency in English is necessary.

Dedicated mentorship and support are offered to students throughout their time at MSc. in Economics.

95% of our graduates find placement within one year after earning their degree.

The Department of Economics and Finance that offers this MSc is one of the leading departments in the research fields of Economics, Finance and Statistics

Italian and EU Students: annual tuition fee from min € 156 to max € 4.250 (depending on family income). Non-EU students: annual tuition fee of € 2.656,00.
  • The program in brief
  • Exchange and Double Degree Programs
  • Study Grants, Prizes and Other Opportunities
  • After graduating: prospects and Alumni’s placement
  • Admission requirements and procedure
  • Joanna KopinskaProfessor of Health Economics
  • Jennifer Lou VieleyProgram Officer
  • Luisa LorèFormer student
YES. • Regional scholarship available (€5.000) • MSc. in Economics provide financial support and prizes during the two years of study to the best performing students: - Study grant for best admitted students enrolling in the first year - Best first year student prizes - GRE reimbursement - Performance prizes for the participation to a Project Work, Summer School, Internship, Conference or Start up, or a Dataset purchase
Non-EU students: June 2020 | EU students: August 2020