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University of Milan Master's Degree in Economics and Political Science (EPS)
University of Milan

Master's Degree in Economics and Political Science (EPS)

Milan, Italy

2 Years

English

Full time

30 Jun 2024

Oct 2024

EUR 156 *

On-Campus

* first instalment fee

Introduction

The EPS master's programme entirely taught in English aims at providing its students with advanced and complete training in both economics and political science. Graduates will not only be endowed with high-level analytical and operational skills, but they will also be characterised by such an open and critical vision of economic, political and social issues, and such a cultural depth.

The EPS master's programme aims to provide its students with advanced and complete training in both economics and political science. Such training should be comparable to that offered by any leading international master's programme in each of the two disciplines separately taken.

Specifically, the EPS master's programme aims at forming professional economists and political scientists. EPS graduates will not only be endowed with high-level analytical and operational skills, but they will also be characterised by such an open and critical vision of economic, political and social issues, and such a cultural depth that could be hardly achieved by attending a programme centred on a single or a prevailing disciplinary field.

EPS students will be able to reach highly qualified theoretical and applied knowledge and skills in each of the following fields: mathematics, probability and statistics, with applications to economic, political and social sciences; econometrics; microeconomics; macroeconomics; economic policy; public economics; welfare economics and politics; history of economic analysis; comparative politics, theory of European integration; positive and normative political theory; decision theory; game theory; social and political choice theory; theory of justice.

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