Regularly enrolled International Students

Master degree in Economics Management and Policies for Global Challenges (LM-56 - “Scienze dell'economia”)

Economics Management and Policies for Global Challenges is an international Master degree for Italian and non-Italian students.

Foreign students are welcome and exchange programmes like Erasmus+ are strongly encouraged and supported.


  • Curriculum Small and Medium Enterprises overview:

2nd cycle degree entirely taught in English forming graduates who are qualified to assume managerial or consultant positions in international markets. The course provides students with integrated management abilities in order to enable them to address international issues in small and medium enterprises. The main topics of SMEs in international markets aim at developing strong skills in the economics areas and performance, organizational and financial management.


  • Curriculum Green Economy and Sustainability overview:

2nd cycle degree entirely taught in English forming graduates who are qualified to assume managerial or consultant positions in the Green Economy sector. The course provides students with interdisciplinary abilities in order to enable them to address issues related to green economy and sustainable development. The main topics of Green economy and sustainability are eco-innovation, green economy and sustainable development. Challenging eco-policy issues - from both national and international perspectives - are studied as well.


Structure of this Master Degree:

We offer dedicated teaching in the advanced core areas of industrial economics and business administration related to the internationalization of SMEs, with the opportunity to choose from an interesting portfolio of optional courses.


Useful information about enrollment, procedures and courses:

Admission procedures and Basics for International students.

Courses taught in English

Lectures: contents, timetable, Professors and buildings/places.

Incoming Erasmus students
  • Before you arrive:

UniFe's International Mobility and Relations office will receive the main information about selected candidates coming from partner Institutions.

Before the arrival in Ferrara, students should have a Learning Agreement duly signed by their Home Institution Coordinator. In order to have it signed by the Coordinator of the University of Ferrara, it will be necessary to get in direct contact with the Departmental Coordinator for Mobility (Professor Marco Di Tommaso, @:erasmus.economia@unife.itduring business hours.

The deadline for sending the Learning agreement is:

  • (I semester and whole academic year students) July 15th;
  • (II semester students) December 1st

After the deadline there will be no guarantee that the chosen courses will still be available.

  • After you arrive:

Students are recommended to join the Orientation Week and proceed with enrollment procedures at the Student's registrar's office.

Moreover, students are asked to get in contact with your Incoming Erasmus tutor in order to have their Learning Agreement checked and to be provided with information concerning lectures, timetable, subjects, professors, etc.


Estudiantes regularmente matriculados



Información útil sobre solicitud de matrícula, clases y más:

Información básica para estudiantes internacionales

Asignaturas en Inglés

Clases: profesores, contenidos, períodos, horarios, exámenes.

Estudiantes Erasmus
  • Antes de llegar:

La Oficina de Movilidad y Relaciones Internacionales de UniFe recibe toda la información relativa a los candidatos seleccionados procedentes de la Universidad partner.

Antes de llegar a Ferrara, los estudiantes necesitan redactar su Learning Agreement, luego firmado por el Coordinador Erasmus de su Universidad. Para obtener la firma del Coordinador del Departamento de Economía y Gestión de UniFe (Profesor Marco di Tommaso) los estudiantes tienen que contactar con él escribiendo a la dirección de correo electrónico:

La fecha límite para entregar el Learning Agreement es:

  • primer período y entera anualidad: 15 de julio;
  • segundo período: 1 de diciembre.

Después de estas fechas, no se puede garantizar la disponibilidad de las asignaturas elegidas.

  • Nada más llegar:

Se recomienda que todos los estudiantes participen en la Orientation Week y soliciten la matrícula en la Secretaría administrativa.

Además, los estudiantes tienen que relacionarse con el Tutor Erasmus del Departamento para que controle el Learning Agreement y para obtner información relativa a las clases, los profesores, los horarios, el sitio web, etc.


Contacts / Contactos