Taught in English
University of Pavia, IT
Number of applications in 2022
Double Degree agreements
Applications from 25 countries all over the world
Learning by Doing
Most MEDI courses expect students’ active participation. Courses envisage not only traditional lectures but include collective and individual exercise, projects, presentations in class and tutorials. We take care of teaching theory and economic analysis, always coupled with application to real markets. A real jump from Bachelor to Master learning!
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Experience another European University
The high number of Double Degree and Erasmus agreements allow most students to spend the second year in a foreign partner University. Living one semester or an entire year in another country is a unique experience you will never forget. If you are an extra-EU student, you can experience student life not only in Italy but also in Germany, France, Spain etc… always studying in English!
Continue with a PhD?
Celebration Week – Erasmus Student Network & Unipv
ST.E.P. ESN Pavia turns 30: “Celebration Week” May 9-13 at the University of Pavia ST.E.P. ESN Pavia, the student association that promotes international student mobility at the University of Pavia, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a week of events...
Enrollment for EU students opening on 15 May
Procedure to enroll to academic year 23/24 for EU students is going to open on 15 May. See all the info here.
Please note that the Microeconometrics course is going to start on Thursday 23 February (instead of 21 February) See lectures calendar at this link http://dem-web.unipv.it/Sem2_30_01_2023_HTML.htm#RANGE!A337
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The Master Program (Laurea Magistralis) in Economics, Development and Innovation (MEDI) originates from MEFI – (Master Programme in Economics, Finance and International Integration), our previous Master Program- a post-graduate course open to Italian and foreign students aiming to pursue advanced studies in the field of applied economics and finance from an international perspective.
Minimal entry requirments
- Previous qualification
- Background of studies and related number of exams credits
- Language Requirement
- Previous qualification final score or weighted average in the exams