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Global Economy and Business (GLEB) is an international master program with English as official language, accreditated by the Italian agency for the evaluation of university and research system (ANVUR). It is designed to meet the challenges of a global economy and to train professionals for work and research.

All GLEB graduates acquire a strong background in the core subject areas: International Accounting, International Business Law, Economics and Statistics, plus additional skills in Advanced Economics, Business Organization and Quantitative Methods, required for succeeding in the global economy.


The program lasts two years, 120 ECTS are required to graduate, including an internship (mandatory) and a master thesis.

Two Dual Degree programs are available within GLEB:

- with Samara State University of Economics, SSUE, Samara, Russian Federation;

- with Epoka University, Tirana, Albania.

All GLEB students are strongly encouraged to take part to Erasmus+ and/or other mobility programs during their studies.

Career opportunities

GLEB graduates can have a wide range of professional profiles. Their competences can be spent in many fields, in both the private and public sectors (e.g. companies, consulting, research institutions, universities) and at both a national and international level. Many GLEB graduates have been admitted, with scholarships, to PhD programs in European universities.

The main GLEB professional profiles are characterized by the following expertises:

Economic-quantitative analyses

Management control

Human resources and work organization

Market analyses


A Bachelor Degree (Laurea triennale) is needed for admission. Candidates are required to have an adequate basic knowledge of accounting, law, economics and statistics.

Specific selection criteria are tailored to the students’ country of origin.

Technical information in Italian

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[Ultima modifica: mercoledì 12 febbraio 2020]