The admission test consists of a written test with 30 multiple-choice questions. The subjects covered by the admission test are
- Mathematics for Economics and Finance
- Probability and Statistics
The admission test for the year 2022/23 will take place on September 15th at 9:00 a.m. (see the exams schedule).
An exemption from the test is guaranteed to those students who have been awarded with a grade not lower than 95/110, or possessing at least 150 credits of exams registered in career and a weighted average of at least 25/30.
Basic reference textbooks for the admission test
- F.S. Mishkin, S.G. Eakins: Financial Markets and Institutions (Pearson, 9th edition)
- D. Luenberger, Investment Science (Oxford University Press 1998) [Part I, Chap 1-5]
- P. Newbold, W.L. Carlson, B. Thorne: Statistics for Business and Economics (Pearson 2019)
Students who do not have a background in economics should also consider
MICROECONOMICSR.H. Frank: Microeconomics and Behavior (McGraw-Hill 2010)
MACROECONOMICSO. Blanchard , F. Giavazzi, A. Amighini: Macroeconomics: a European Perspective (Pearson 2013)
O Blanchard, D.R. Johnson: Macroeconomics Global Edition (Pearson 2012)