Program structure

From the first year, students must choose one of three curricula covering the following areas:

  • The "Accounting, Control and Corporate Finance (ACCF)" curriculum develops skills useful for the analysis of firms’ economic and financial dynamics, with a particular focus on data management as well as on mandatory and voluntary reporting.
  • The "Banking and Finance (BAF)" curriculum builds on an innovative mix of accounting, finance and quantitative methods to develop skills to model and interpret complex economic and financial phenomena like managing risks in financial institutions, and constructing investment portfolios.
  • The "Consulenza e Direzione Aziendale (CDA)” curriculum develops skills useful for the activity of chartered accountants or for managerial control roles within companies and economic entities that require combining advanced business skills with legal and financial aspects.