DEGREE PROGRAMME CLASSES

First level degree programme class in Economics

Characteristics, educational path and career opportunities: all you need to know about graduates and bachelor's degree courses in Economics.
Degree programm class code:
L-33, 28
68.8%
would enrol again in the same degree programme and at the same university
Personal information
55.8%
Men
44.3%
Women
years23.7
Age at graduation (average)
Study performance
62.4%
completes studies within the prescribed duration
97.4/110
graduation mark (average)
Study conditions
24.8%
benefits from a scholarship
66.6%
attends classes regularly
Academic educational experiences
36.8%
curricular internship
9.2%
spent a period of study abroad acknowledged by their degree programme
From bachelor's to master's
74.6%
enrolled in a master's degree course
Employment status at 1 year
70.7%
employment rate
1,284
net monthly salary (average)
Professions at 5 years
56.9%
carries out a profession where a degree is required

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Analysis conducted on graduates from the year 2022 (characteristics, assessments and study conditions), 2021 and 2017 (employment status), 2016, 2015 and 2014 (profession pursued). Graduates from previous D.M. no. 509/1999 courses are included. In brackets, next to the name of the degree classification, the corresponding ministerial identification code is shown (see Ministerial Decree no. 270/2004 and Ministerial Decree no. 509/1999). Only professions with at least 5 employees (in the case of first-level degree classes) or 10 employees (in the case of second-level degree classes) are displayed.

Analysis on the employment status of first degree graduates are only carried out on those who have not enrolled in another degree course. Caution should be taken in case there are few graduates who have not enrolled in another degree course.

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