Professional Master programme in Finance and Fintech - 5643

Code 5643
Academic Year 2019-2020
Subject area Sociology, Economics, Law
Campus Bologna
Level First
Director Emanuele Bajo
Duration Annual
Teaching methods Conventional
Language English
Cost 14.800,00 Euro
Instalments first instalment 1.850,00 Euro; second instalment 7.000,00 Euro (deadline 30 dicember 2019); third instalment 5.950,00 Euro (30 april 2020)
Study grants yes
Application deadline

Sep 30, 2019 (Expired)

Enrolment start and end WINDOW 1: 03/06/2019-26/06/2019; WINDOW 2: 25/07/2019-26/09/2019; WINDOW 3: 17/10/2019-6/11/2019
Main Department
Department of Management - DiSA
Professional Profile
The Master offers an educational experience aimed at enabling the participants who will positively complete the Master to eventually become professionals able to mediate between technical specialists and financial departments, with the prospective of a career development in a managerial position.
Number of participants
Min: 12 Max: 50
Study grants
Article 9 of the call for applications
International Professional Master's programme
Incompatibility with other programmes

Under the terms of article 142 T.U. 1592/1933 of the Italian law, it is not permitted to register to more than one university degree programme at the same time: therefore, students registering to this professional master programme will not be able to register to any other Master, specialisation school, PhD, first or second cycle degree programme at the same time. This clause does not apply to post-graduate (“alta formazione”), Lifelong Learning programme or Summer/Winter schools.

For conditions other than those mentioned above, please refer to the respective regulations and the competent offices (eg. Research grants, TFA, PAS).

Admission qualifications
a) All types of three-year degrees, Master and Master's course obtained under D.M. 270/04 or degrees of the first cycle, second cycle or single cycle obtained under the laws previously in force (DM 509/99 and Old Regulations).
b) Degrees obtained abroad deemed equivalent to those described in point a) by the admission committee, for the purposes of admission to the Master.
Linguistic skills
c) Sound knowledge of the English language
Selection criteria
For candidates whom do NOT possess English as their first language, admission to the Master’s degree programme is subject to the positive written assessment of the candidates’ level of English and individual interview.

The evaluation process will take place:

- 21 May 2019 (window 1)
- 16 July 2019 (window 2)
- 8 October 2019 (window 3)

at BBS at the time notified and in any case between 8.00 am and 8.00 pm (Italian time).
Place of teaching
Bologna Business School, Via degli Scalini, 18 - Bologna
Study plan
  • Business Intelligence & Data Warehouse - ING-INF/05
  • Data Mining - ING-INF/05
  • Machine learning for classification - ING-INF/05
  • Big Data - ING-INF/05
  • Text Mining - ING-INF/05
  • Business Ethics and Sustainability - ING-INF/05
  • Digital culture - INF/01
  • Digital Transformation - SECS-P/08
  • Fundamentals of Artificial intelligence - INF/01
  • Fundamentals of cyber security - INF/01
  • Trends in the fintech industry - ING-IND/35
  • Corporate Finance - SECS-P/09
  • Banking and regulation - SECS-P/11
  • Financial Markets and instruments - SECS-P/09
  • Entrepreneurial Finance - SECS-P/09
  • Blockchain finance - SECS-P/09
  • Digital Economics - SECS-P/01
  • Behavioral Finance - SECS-P/09
Compulsory attendance
20 CFU
Final Examination