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Undergraduate School - Prospective Students


Dean of the Undergraduate School: Annalisa Prencipe
 

The Bocconi Undergraduate School coordinates and supervises the educational activities of its Bachelor of Science Degree programs in the fields of Economics, Management, Finance and Political Science. Starting in the 2017-2018 a.y., the Bocconi Undergraduate School will offer:

BSc in the field of Management, Economics and Finance

BSc in the field of Political Science 


The School also offers several BSc programs taught in Italian.

Bocconi also offers a 5-year Law program, taught in Italian, the Integrated MA in Law.
 

The Undergraduate School offers a range of subjects, languages and durations that enables students to choose the BSc program that best fits their needs.
The teaching model adopted for all Bocconi BSc programs emphasizes constant interaction between students and faculty through group projects, simulations and case history analysis. Students are encouraged to broaden their horizons with a choice of study abroad opportunities at leading international universities, and our Career Service helps arrange internships that provide on-the-job experience.
Undergraduate programs usually last three years: only the World Bachelor in Business, jointly developed in partnership with the Marshall School of Business – University of Southern California and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, is a four-year program.




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People

  • Daniela Di Rienzo
    "The digital world is my passion and the Bsc in Economics, Management and Computer Science is a great opportunity to make my dreams come true, to meet many different people and to try something new. I hope my first year as a university student will be full of passion, dedication, innovation and tradition as well!"
  • Edoardo Magalini
    "I was particularly impressed by the BSc in International Politics and Government ’s international environment and the chance to debate with people from all over the world. This gives you a first-hand look and you often discover that you have always looked at a situation only from your own point of view."