ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ENTRANCE TEST

Those holding a first cycle degree who meet the curricular requirements for admission to the IAMA seconD cycle degree course, and students to graduate in first cycle degree courses under the appropriate classes, who, by the date of the test, have acquired a total of at least 120 university credits, including all those set  out under art. 7, par. 2, letter e of the Degree Course Regulations, may sit the test to evaluate personal knowledge.

Direct admission (without need to take the entry test) is granted to:

a. graduates who meet the curricular requirements under article 7 of the Degree Course Regulations with a
degree final mark of at least 95/110;

b. students to graduate who meet the curricular requirements under article 7 of the Degree Course
Regulations and who have acquired a minimum number of credits in the following groups of scientific
sectors or disciplines (SSD):

SECS-P/07 – Business administration and management, SECS-P/08 - Management, SECS-P/09 –Finance,
SECS-P/10 – Organization studies, SECS-P/11 – Financial markets and institutions, at least 24 university
credits
SECS-P/01 - Economics, SECS-P/02 – Economic Policy, SECS-P/03 – Public economics, SECS-P/12 - Economic
history, at least 12 university credits
SECS-S/01 – Statistics, SECS-S/03 – Economic statistics, SECS-S/06 - Mathematical methods in economics
and in actuarial and financial science, MAT/02 – Algebra, MAT/03 – Geometry, MAT/05 - Mathematical
analysis, MAT/06 – Probability and statistics, MAT/08 - Numerical analysis, MAT/09 – Operational research;
at least 12 CFU. They must have a weighted average of at least 26/30 in the exams of their respective study
plans falling within these scientific-disciplinary sectors.

Students to graduate who pass the entry test shall be conditionally admitted and can enrol provided they
are awarded their first cycle degree by the deadline for enrolment.

ENTRY TEST - The test for evaluating personal knowledge is a written multiple-choice exam.

It covers five areas:

  • Business administration,
  • Accounting,
  • Planning and Management control,
  • Economics and corporate management,
  • Marketing.

 Those who fail to pass the exam may register for later exams.

EXAM CONTENTS AND RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIALS

The topics covered by the exam may be studied in depth on the texts adopted during the first cycle degree course.

The exam will cover the fundamentals (core concepts) of the subjects indicated.

 

► RECOMMENDED STUDY MATERIALS FOR TEST PREPARATION (McGraw-Hill - CREATE)

A text for the preparation to the entrance test can be purchased at Mc Graw Hill at the following link:

https://www.mheducation.com/highered/custom/product/9781307723656.html

EXAMINATION COMMITTEE

  • Pasquale Ruggiero (Chairperson)
  • Patrizia Vigni
  • Antonio Marinello
  • MEMBER OF TEACHING STAFF RESPONSIBLE FOR EVALUATION

    Patrizia Vigni

 

 ENTRANCE TEST - EXAM CALENDAR

24 July 2024            h. 9.00 a.m.
24 September 2024 h. 9.00 a.m.
19 November 2024  h. 9.00 a.m.
24  January 2025     h. 9.00 a.m.

  • Those not admitted to one of the tests may take the next scheduled test.