Experts, managers and operators capable of dealing with issues pertaining to economic systems, companies and national and international organizations with an interdisciplinary approach are the professionals who come out of the course in Economics and Management, which includes the study of economics and economics applied to companies.
Banking, finance, financial markets, management, control, marketing and economics are the foundations that underpin the educational project of the course in Economics and Management in order to meet the challenges of the future. Economics is a key to the understanding of current social, political and cultural phenomena, as well as a tool for investigating and solving local and international issues.
At the Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies, students follow a supplementary education pathway to the ordinary course that ensures the high quality of their studies.
Every aspect of the students' cultural and professional enrichment is tended to, being especially supported by the following:
- high quality internal courses, continuous interdisciplinary dialogue;
- exchange programmes with the most prestigious national and international university institutions;
- conferences and lecture series with special scientific and cultural value;
- internships with Italian and foreign companies.
Honours Students who decide to study Economics and Management at the Sant’Anna School of Advaced Studies follow a supplementary education.Honours Courses at the School and a Study Programme at the University of Pisa, where they can choose:
First cycle (Bachelor) programmes: Banking finance and financial markets (Classe L-18); Business studies (Classe L-18); Economics and commerce (Classe L-33); Management for business and economics (Classe L-18).
Second cycle (Master) programmes: Banking finance financial markets (LM-77); Strategy, management and control (LM-77); Marketing and market research (LM-77); Professional advice to business (LM-77); Economics (classe LM-56); Data Science & Business Informatics (LM-18) at the University of Pisa and Innovation Management (LM-77) – joint degree between the School and the University of Trento.