Admissions for the 2023-2024 academic year have begun. The deadline for applications is September 15, 2023.
Applicants should fill out the electronic application form.
Admission to the Master’s Program is based on the following pre-requisites:
- Master’s Degree: a four- or five-year degree or equivalent diploma (Italian Laurea Magistrale or Laurea Quadriennale or equivalent international Degree), obtained by December 2023.
- English knowledge: B2 or higher.
Selected applicants without a minimum quantitative and economics background will be required to take the two preliminary courses.
Selection criteria are:
- Academic merit: the quality and coherence of the university career as shown by the academic documents and the CV;
- Motivation: reasons stating why and how MEEG shall foster personal and professional aspirations (motivation letter).
The following documents should be uploaded:
- A motivation letter, in English
- A university transcript, listing all the courses completed and grades received
- A certificate of English language proficiency from TOEFL, IELTS or any other recognized language institute. If no certificate is provided, the candidate could be invited for an interview (possibly, via a skype call) to verify their level of English.
- A digital copy of the applicant’s national identity card or passport.
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until the maximum number of participants (15) is reached or, in any case, no later than September 15, 2023.
The deadline for applications is September 15, 2023.
The tuition for the program is € 9,500 to be paid as follows:
- Enrolment fee: € 1,000 to be paid at enrolment (non-refundable).
- 1stTuition Fee: € 4,500 to be paid at enrolment.
- 2ndTuition Fee: € 4,500.
The receipts of the payments must be sent to email@example.com
At the end of the course, MEEG staff will help participants to find internships at national or European economic and financial institutions, as well as at private companies. Our partners include Unicredit and TIM. MEEG is also closely linked to key European Institutions and Think Tanks, such as the European Commission, the European Stability Mechanism, the European Investment Bank, Euroclear and CEPS. The School will not cover the possible travel and residential costs of the internship. If students choose an internship program, it must be carried out after the end of the second term but before the end of the Master (December 2024).
Starting in 2022, new internship opportunities have been launched with the European Parliament and OFCE, the Center for Research on Applied Economics of Sciences Po in Paris, where selected groups of students will have the possibility to spend a visiting period for an internship on European economic issues.
As the Master reaches its sixth edition, the rate of employment of the alumni is 100%.
MEEG former students hold positions both in European and Italian institutions and in the private sector.
These include Analysts at the European Central Bank, Analyst at Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, Analyst at the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance, Business Development at Enel Green Power, Corporate Bankers at Intesa San Paolo and researcher at BNL Servizio Studi.
The following is a list of the latest MEEG participants and the institutions they currently work at:
GIULIO ANTONUCCI – European Cancer Organization
RICCARDO BAIONI – OFCE
SEIFFEDINE BEN AMARA – Group Excellence
ELENA GIOVINAZZI – European Commission Representation in Italy
LUCREZIA MACIGNO – Centro Studi Tagliacarne
STEFANO MATTAROLLO – Assonime
FRANCESCA ROMANA PARADISO – OFCE
GIORDANA PEZZETTI – Expo
FRANCESCA PRINCIPE – ECB
RICCARDO ROSSI – Assonime
GABRIELE SUTERA – PE
RITA TITONE – Accenture