Intended Learning Outcomes
During the Master of Science program, students acquire specific knowledge and skills related to the areas of corporate finance, investment banking and advisory, capital markets, quantitative finance and risk management.
Through the teaching activities that characterize the course, they develop skills in
- making judgements autonomously
- improving their written and oral communication
- acquiring lifelong learning skills useful for both continuing their studies and their professional futures.
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