The Bachelor Degree Course in International Business Administration provides students with a solid grounding in the fields of economics, finance, and corporate management. Relying on an eective combination of traditional lecturing and lab-oriented/seminar activities, the Course conveys sound methodological tools and core knowledge for key business activities. It adopts an integrated systems approach to strategic analysis for business administration and prepares the student for further study and specialization as well as for immediate rewarding career opportunities.
CURRICULUM IN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
The Course offers sound core qualifications pertaining to enterprises’ financial dynamics, along with the key required competencies to access the professional dimension.
Students enjoy the possibility, at technical and scientific levels, to approach issues of financial, tax-related and strategic nature on the basis of an interdisciplinary methodology and of a two-fold analytical point of view: corporate financial management and the specific handling of administration balances of banks and financial intermediaries.
Modules, whose teaching methodology draws inspiration from lessons learned of prestigious international universities, are grounded on meaningfully-innovative approaches, also content-wise (Corporate Finance, Banking, Economics of Financial Intermediaries, International Tax Law).
The close interrelation between Degree’s Courses and the activities carried out by Link Campus Research Centres in the fields of Economics and Management (DISEC e CERMES) favors students’ close touch with ground and applied research dimensions. Lecturing and research thus become an unicum to successfully face complex challenges of contemporary work scenarios.
Besides Link Campus University has entered into an agreement with the Rome-based Association of Business Consultants and Expert Accountants to enable students to carry out an internship by the Association as part of the curriculum and to be exempted from the written test in the frame of the State Examination (legal requirement to access the professional Association of Business Consultants and Expert Accountants).
Graduates in Financial Management, already upon finalization of the three-years Course, are apt to integrate their professionalism into the banking, insurance and entrepreneurial environments. They would have also gained that specific expertise to be able to work as business consultants.
- Financial segment of entrepreneurial dimensions;
- Public administration;
- Insurance companies;
- Consultancy companies.
The adopted lecturing methodology relies on the teaching staff’s consolidated experience in finance, banking and tax law.
The Course aims at providing students with sound analytical tools to correctly interpret financial phenomena, while at the same time acquiring full awareness of essential regulation profiles in the economic and financial spheres.
With a view of prompting students’ gradual academic and human growth, the study plan initially enables the development of analytical skills and subsequently a critical approach vis-à-vis theoretical contents.
The Course effectively combines a traditional lecturing approach with practical incentives by the means of project works, business games and business simulations, carried out with the participation of businessmen with an international reputation.
Amongst the numerous laboratory activities, the most innovative is likely the one focusing on the in-depth study of International Financial Institutions’ role in the economic context.
The teaching methodology, as integrated by laboratories, is grounded on a cooperative learning experience, so that students are in close daily contact with their lecturers. The same course rooms, meant to host a maximum of 25 students, enable a direct relationship and interaction with teachers. The Curriculum is meaningfully enriched with seminar sessions and other practical activities, dedicated to the crucial sectors of corporate finance and economics of financial intermediaries, serving as testing ground for the acquired knowledge.
Lab on International Financial Institutions
The lab conveys knowledge on the concrete functioning of the most relevant international financial organizations such as, amongst others, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank.
Workshop on Management Solution
Set of seminars conducted on the basis of interactive learning strategies on management-related issues, with the objective of offering a concrete idea of how enterprises practically function on the ground.