Economic, Political and Social Sciences

https://www.uniupo.it/en/courses/undergraduate-bachelor%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%93-degrees/economic-political-and-social-sciences
Degree programme
3-year undergraduate
Course title (Classe)
Classe L-16 – Scienze dell'amministrazione e dell'organizzazione e L-36 – Scienze politiche e delle relazioni internazionali
Admissions

Unrestricted

Departments

Department of Law and Political, Economic and Social Sciences

  

 

Student Services Office

Corso T. Borsalino, 42 - Alessandria

Teaching locations

Alessandria, via Cavour 84

Course Director

Course overview

This course allows you to select between four tracks (administrative, economic, sociological, historic-political) according to your own strengths and personal preference. Over the three years, you will acquire many interdisciplinary skills that will prove useful in the workplace – whether in public administration, private companies, and the tertiary sector, or as an expert consultant in political, economic and social issues. You will also develop a strong sense of critical thinking that will help you manouevre in today’s society and respond effectively to its ongoing transformation.

Key features

  • A strongly interdisciplinary course (you can study law, economics, sociology, history and politics)
  • Direct and friendly relationship with lecturers
  • Development of critical thinking to accurately interpret the world today
  • Wide choice of study periods abroad (Erasmus e Free-Mover) 
  • Strong links with the region (we continue to assist you after graduation)
  • Option to continue your education with a Master’s degree (two-year programmes)

Erasmus partner institutions

  • Bulgaria: "National and World Economics" (Sofia). 
  • Czech Republic: Hradec, Masaryk (Brno). 
  • Finland: Tampere. 
  • France: Savoie (Chambéry), Sud-Toulon-Var (Tolone), Sophia-Antipolis (Nice), Rouen, Rennes I, Reims-Champagne-Ardenne (Reims), Catholique de Lyon, Paris Nanterres (Paris), Montpellier, Strasbourg. 
  • Germany: Treviri, Marburg. Lithuania: Kaunas. Malta: Malta (Msida). Poland: “Karol Adamiecki Economiczny” (Katowice), “Jagellllonsky” (Krakow), "Lazarki School of commerce and law" (Warsaw). 
  • Portugal: Castelo Branco, Lisbon, Porto. 
  • United Kingdom: Winchester. 
  • Romania: “1 Decembrie 1918” (Alba Iulia). 
  • Spain: Alicante, "Miguel Hernandez" (Elche), Jaen, Murcia, La Laguna (Tenerife), "Rovira i Virgili" (Tarragona).

Career and employment opportunities

  • Roles in public administration (local, regional, national) and cultural organisations
  • Economic managers or specialists in companies, banks and insurance agencies
  • Careers in European and international institutions
  • Research activity in research departments, communication agencies, political analysis departments and data management
  • Consultancy work in companies and public administration
  • Roles in the Tertiary Sector (non-profit organisations, cultural associations, international cooperation, intercultural mediation, event organisation)