Università della Svizzera Italiana

Università della Svizzera Italiana


Managing information is paramount in nowadays business. Being a top specialized domain, Finance a precise language of its own. Yet, figures don’t speak for themselves: as the impact of the financial information gets bigger everyday, so does the disparity between experts and their public.The aim of the Master in Financial Communication is to form specialists able to bridge this knowledge gap by means of advanced communication principles, techniques and skills applied to finance, and to put the information “at work” in order to foster appropriate investment decisions. Such specialists will become an effective interface between the financial system and its stakeholders, being able to translate the “rules of the game” to each and all categories of “players” within the financial market.

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Corsi consigliati

  • Master I livello
  • Lugano (Svizzera)
  • 1120h

...dopo aver valutato separatamente la specifica situazione individuale. Il programma è stato pensato per studenti con laurea breve in Economia o Scienze... Impara:: Gestione del portafoglio, Video ripresa, Vendita prodotti finanziari... Leggi tutto

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Università della Svizzera italiana opened in 1996, with three Faculties: Economics, Communication Sciences and the Academy of Architecture. Besides Ticino residents, the initial student body included a remarkable number of students from the rest of Switzerland, Italy, and other countries. On 9 December, 1996, a Federal Council (Swiss Executive) resolution granted federal subsidies to the University of Lugano, which was thus placed on the same level as the two Federal Institutes of Technology and other nine cantonal Universities in the German and French regions. On 1 November 2000, with the awarding of the first USI degrees, the Federal Council granted Canton Ticino ‘university-canton’ status. At present, USI has four faculties, 2327 full-time students (Bachelor and Master) representing more than 30 nationalities, over 600 academic staff and 30 research institutes, with approximately 50 active scientific projects.

Argomenti in cui è specializzato

Economy, Finance, Communication Sciences, Informatics, Architecture.