If you are enrolling this year for the first time, the programme code you should refer to is 8965.
If you are already enrolled and wish to check your programme code, go to Studenti Online.
High school students interested on attending the recently launched Degree entirely taught in English at the Università di Bologna have now the chance to apply for the 1st Level Degree Program in Business and Economics (CLABE).
In order to know the admission requirments, please check the Call for Application related to the starting academic year.
CLABE – Business and Economics is a 1st cycle degree - is a 3 year Bachelor degree - entirely taught in English forming graduates who are qualified to assume market oriented managerial or consultant positions within an international setting.
The course provides students with integrated management abilities of different operational areas in order to enable them to address international market oriented issues and to develop strong skills both in the economics areas and in companies’ marketing, financial and strategic management.
CLABE is an international programme for Italian and non-Italian students. Foreign students are welcome, furthermore, exchange programmes like Erasmus, Erasmus Mundus, Overseas are strongly encouraged and supported.
To be accepted on this degree programme one needs to have a 5-year high school leaver's certificate or foreign qualification recognised as compatible, or a 4-year high school leaver's diploma plus catch-up year or, where that is no longer being run, proof of having made up an additional learning requirement.
Locally this is a restricted-access degree programme (ex art. 2 L. 264/99) on the basis of the resources available. The exact student intake and the selection procedure will be published every year in a specific call for applications.
Knowledge of the following is required:
- Basic mathematics and logical reasoning
Assessment of basic knowledge
To be admitted to this degree programme all students have to sit a knowledge test forming part of the restricted-access admission selection.
A minimum score will be set to the restricted-access admission test which is entirely designed to test if students know enough to join.
Any students admitted with a score lower than the set minimum will have to do an additional learning requirement (OFA).
Additional Learning Requirements
If you fail an exam, you will be set a learning requirement consisting in attending a catch-up course in mathematics or other subjects that may be set, as outlined in the Call. When you pass the maths exam by the deadline set by the academic authorities, the additional learning requirement will be deemed to have ended.
Failure to make the OFA grade by the official deadline published on the University Portal means having to re-enrol for the year in question.
When you pass the maths exam you are exempted from the OFA test.
Assessment of knowledge and language skills
To join the degree programme you have to show knowledge of English. The minimum level is B1. The form of the English test will be made known every year via the Call mechanism; a level higher than B1 may be set.
Semester and third year@Buenos Aires Campus
To bolster international mobility, the degree programme in Business and Economics allows students to spend one semester or more of the third year at the Bologna University Campus, Buenos Aires.
The following course units are scheduled at Buenos Aires:
Corporate Finance (B.A.) SECS-P/09 60 hours, 9 credits
Attività a libera scelta 1* 60 hours, 9 credits
Attività a libera scelta 2* 60 hours, 9 credits
Internship* 320/480 hours 6/9 credits
Business Strategy (B.A. in Spanish) SECS-P/08 60 hours, 9 credits
International Marketing (B.A. in Spanish) SECS-P/08 60 hours, 9 credits
International Economics (B.A.) SECS-P/01 60 hours, 9 credits
Spanish Language (B.A.) 30 hours 3 credits to be chosen among the electives
The semesters are reserved for a limited number of students, established annually in the call for admission. The students will be selected according to the following criteria:
- Minimum number of CFU obtained
- Exam average (75%)
- Letter stating motivation and Spanish language certificates (25%)
The selection methods are published annually in the relative call for admission
* The School/Department Board may recognise elective learning activities included in the study plan and undertaken by the student at foreign universities and/or other bodies providing university-level teaching activities, with which agreements have been signed. This possibility is extended to students registered from AY 13/14 and later academic years.
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