International and trilingual in the heart of the Dolomites
The School of Economics and Management was founded in 1998 and now counts close to 900 students and 45 faculty members who study and work in three languages: German, Italian and English. Through academic excellence in research and teaching, the School contributes to the development of the South-Tyrolean economy while being solidly connected to international scientific networks.
The quality of its multidisciplinary and multilingual study programmes are recognised both in Italy (3rd in the 2013 ranking of La Repubblica
) and in Germany (top mark in the CHE Die Zeit
rating for internationalisation). The undergraduate and graduate programmes prepare students to participate actively and efficiently in tomorrow’s regional and global economic world. They learn to find innovative solutions to economic and business problems through a multi-faceted analysis of each new situation they are confronted with.
The School has also been recognised as one of th ebest in Italy for its research (4th in Economics, 2nd in Law and Political Science according to ANVUR
). The research developed by the faculty members reflects this multi-faceted approach, as specialists of Economics, Law, Management, Finance, Politics and Philosophy combine their efforts in several multidisciplinary projects. The results of most of these projects are published in international journals and presented at prestigious international scientific conferences.