: 28 - Economic Studies
: up to 2008/2009
- e-mail: email@example.com
- tel. +39 035 2052 502
- To provide a good basic knowledge of economics studies and those areas with investigation methods wich can be used in Economics
- To guarantee a thorough knowledge of organizations and the world of work and provide the student with practical skills.
- Researcher in economics in private and public institutions, in national and local administration, in co-operatives, companies and
trade union associations
- Professional positions in the field of innovation, human resources, information technology and communications.
- Economics of Industry and Innovation
- Economics of Public and Non-profit Organizations (up to 2007/2008)
Further information is available on the web-site: www.unibg.it/LT-EC
SERVICES OFFERED FOR THE DEGREE COURSE
On the University website, at http//elearning.unibg.it various courses are available as part of a
network teaching programme and may be used as a study aid also by those students who cannot
attend lessons on a regular basis. On the e-learning web page of the Economics Faculty a
course is available showing how on-line tuition works.
Within the Faculty of Economics a tutoring service is available, whose aim is to assist students
during their course of studies and help solve any problems they may encounter while attending
courses. This service is offered by tutors, in collaboration with the various teaching bodies,
who will advise and assist students in choosing their plan of studies.
Stages and traineeships
Traineeships are an integrating aspect of the training and formative activities proposed by the
Faculty of Economics and allow students to obtain a number of credits as specified in their plan
of studies. The trainee has the opportunity to gain experience in companies or public
institutions and integrate his or her knowledge of the various subjects studied, theoretical
know-how and practical skills.
Students who possess the following internationally-recognized certificates : FCE, BEC1, British
Chamber of Commerce (Basic), Trinity College (level 7), TOEFL (137-249 points)
do not have to take the entrance test and will be admitted directly into the Specialized
Language Course. Students who possess one of the following internationally-recognized
certificates BEC2, BEC3, CPE, CAE, British Chamber of Commerce (Intermediate/Advanced),
Trinity College (level 8-9) TOEFL (250 and over) do not have to take the entrance test and
will be awarded 6 credits.
Students who possess a European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL) will be awarded 3 credits and do
not have to take the first informatics test which is part of the Computer Science course.