The Master of Science in European Economy and Business Law (EEBL) is a two-year interdisciplinary program combining economics with political science, management, law and statistics. The program is taught entirely in English and structured to include the following courses: Economics, Public Choice, Public Economics, Political Economy, Advanced Management, Business Statistics, Economic History, EU Commercial and Administrative Law, Game Theory & Industrial Organisation, Economics of European Integration and International Economics, among others. Selected students will be eligible to take advantage of a dual-title agreement with SOAS University of London.
Academic Excellence. The Department of European Economy and Business Law at Tor Vergata University of Rome is among the leading departments in the fields of Economics, Finance and Statistics. Rounds of workshops and seminars are held annually with the regular participation of internationally recognised researchers, professors, scholars, Nobel Prize winners and visiting professors. According to some of the most important national (VQR) and international (RePEc, QS, Tilburg) rankings, the DEF is amongst the leading departments in the fields of Economics, Finance, and Statistics.
Career Opportunities. EEBL's interdisciplinary structure enables consistent job placement in public administration and transnational institutions operating on a global level, as well as in private companies and businesses. It also provides a solid foundation for an academic career in future master or PhD programmes.
International Exchange. Our students are a very international group: they come from 22 countries, including South America, East Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. Diversity is a key asset to the University of Rome Tor Vergata, where students can encounter different cultures, meet others from diverse backgrounds and share important life experiences. International friendships open to door to new professional networks for many graduates.
Dual-title degree with SOAS of London. Selected students will be eligible to take advantage of a dual-title agreement which provides an opportunity to study in Rome and in London and to achieve two different master degrees within a two-year period.