Italian Bachelor

Starting from academic year 2020-2021 the official “bando” is not going to be published for free-access degree courses (like MEFI) but info are going to be provided on the university website.

After checking the minimal entry requirements to apply (see this page), students holding an Italian qualification should refer to the following links for all information:

INFO ON HOW TO ACCESS THE COURSE – check  here 

 INFO ON PRE-EVALUTATION/ENROLLMENT AND RELATED DEADLINES : check here

INFO ON REGISTERING FOR THE TEST (for those students who need to take the test – see below):  check here

Admission test

We remind students with an Italian title satisfying the minimal entry requirements but with a final Bachelor mark lower than 95/110  or a weighted average lower than 25/30 that in order to be admitted to MEFI they must pass an admission test

The admission test  is going to take place  on Wednesday 9 September, at 9:00 a.m.. The test is not going to be online, but live in Room A, at  the Department of Economics and Management, Via San Felice 5, Pavia.

PLEASE NOTE: The bando is -re-opened for a II semester intake ONLY for students holding an Italian Bachelor degree. For info see this link 

♦  Basic Reference Textbooks for the Admission Test

Microeconomics
Frank R.H., Microeconomics and Behavior, McGraw-Hill, 2010.
Macroeconomics
Blanchard O., Giavazzi F., Amighini A., Macroeconomics: a European Perspective, Pearson, 2013.
Blanchard O., Johnson D.R., Macroeconomics Global Edition, Pearson, 2012.
Quantitative Methods for Economics and Finance
Simon C.P., Blume L., Mathematics for Economists, Norton, 1994.

 

A specimen exam paper is provided here.