Successful graduates of the EPPAC programme receive either a Master in Economics (LM-56) or a Master in Environmental and Cultural Economics (LM-76).
All students can opt to study for a least one semester at a partner institution, thus making them eligible for a double degree.
Those who spend one or both semesters of their second year at the University of Rennes 1 in France receive a Master in Economics, Public Policy, Environment and Culture from Italy and become eligible for a Master in Public Economics and Public Finance (EPFM) from France.
Students who spend a semester at the University of Tampere in Finland or in Fribourg in Switzerland receive a Master in Economics, Public Policy, Environment and Culture from Italy and a Master from the programme "MGE - European Master in Public Economics and Public Finance".
Scholarships for exchange studies are often available to eligible students.