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Degrees awarded

Barbara Spinelli and Marco RevelliSuccessful 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.

Prof. Carla Marchese and student Marie Labbe' 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.

A conference Second floor of Palazzo BorsalinoStudents 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.

Foto di Daniele Bondonio Daniele Bondonio
Chair of the EPPAC Master's Degree Programme
daniele.bondonio@uniupo.it
Foto di Giovanni RamelloGiovanni Ramello
Graduate Coordinator for the class LM-56 (Economics)
giovanni.ramello@unipmn.it
Foto di Vittorio TigrinoVittorio Tigrino
Graduate Coordinator for the class LM-76 (Environmental and Cultural Economics)
vittorio.tigrino@unipmn.it
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