What after the Bachelor?
At the end of the three-year course, students have a choice: to continue their studies or embark directly on a professional career. The Bachelor in Economics prepares for both options.
Continue your studies with a Master
Continuing the studies in economics with a Master programme is a recommended choice, given the increasing demands of specialisation and professionalisation in the job market.
The Faculty of Economics complements the Bachelor in Economics with several two-year Master programmes, following the 3+2 model defined by the Bologna Convention.
The USI Bachelor in Economics gives access to all the Master programmes listed below:
- Political Economy
Entering the job market
The Bachelor in Economics offers students many professional opportunities in a dynamic working environment.
Students specialising in finance can pursue a career as a financial analyst, devoting themselves to evaluating investments and formulating financial strategies. There is also the possibility of entering the business consulting sector, providing solutions and analysis to enhance business performance.
Students who focus on economics can aspire to roles as economic consultants, contributing to formulating company policies based on in-depth analyses of the surrounding economic environment. In addition, the management skills acquired during the academic course can lead to senior positions, such as those of managers or CEOs.
Those specialising in Quantitative Methods can enter the working world as quantitative analysts, applying mathematical and statistical models to analyse complex data and make informed decisions.
In summary, the Bachelor in Economics is an essential stepping stone for a diverse range of professional roles, enabling graduates to successfully adapt to the demands and challenges of the job market.
Read the Career Stories of the Bachelor in Economics alumni and alumnae.