19 July 2019
Economics of European Union
If you’re interested in further understanding the critical economic issues in the EU, this track is expressly designed to give you a deep experience of policy development, economic governance and the analysis of aggregate productivity and spillovers from multinational companies. You will be asked to debate real structural reforms in the EU and you’ll sharpen your skills in economic analysis and statistics.
Bocconi Summer School offers a selective three-week study program open to motivated international students (students from non-Italian universities) enrolled in a Bachelor Program, preferably in their second to last or last year of undergraduate studies.
EUR 1900: The Summer School participation fee is €1,900 and includes the following:
- academic program, incl. access to all course materials via e-learning platform and official certificate
- social activities;
- weekday lunches;
- public transportation card;
- use of campus facilities, incl. Wi-Fi and library services.
EUR 700: Students can apply for housing for the entire duration of the Summer School. Students will be accommodated in a Bocconi Residence Hall located off campus (20 minutes by tram from the university). The Residence Hall offers single rooms with gender-specific bathrooms shared with one other student; rooms are equipped with air conditioning and Wi-Fi.