Double Degree in Economics, Econometrics and Finance (MEEF)
The double Master's Degree in Economics, Econometrics and Finance (MEEF), jointly organized by Ca' Foscari University of Venice and Université Aix-Marseille, allows selected students to attend courses in both Universities and obtain a double degree: Master’s Degree in Economics and Finance and Master Finance (Financial Risk Management path).
According to available funding (Université Franco Italienne, Mediterranean Office for Youth, Philip Morris Italia), specific scholarships may be provided, in order to foster integration between Italian and French higher education systems, and thus contribute to the harmonization of university education throughout Europe.
The dual-degree program is reserved to students enrolled in the Master’s Degree in Economics and Finance (curriculum Economics and Finance and curriculum Finance) at Ca 'Foscari University of Venice.
Students must have a satisfactory level of proficiency in English.
How to apply
To be able to participate in the selection process, it is necessary to apply following the procedures and deadlines reported in the call for applications, published annually. Please check the "Procedures for outgoing students" section in the Erasmus+ page.
Double/joint degree selection results will be published on this webpage according to the specific timeline mentioned in the Annex A.
Calls and forms
Equivalences between Aix-Marseille courses and Ca' Foscari courses
Once selected, students must contact the President of the Teaching Board (Prof. Monica Billio) to plan in advance the plan of educational activities to attend abroad (Learning Agreement), based on the equivalence between Aix-Marseille courses and Ca 'Foscari courses, and eventually to plan required changes in their programme of study at Ca' Foscari University of Venice.
Semester of study abroad
Selected students may contact the program coordinator, Prof. Monica Billio, to request further information about the possibility to apply for scholarships.
- Students are required to plan in advance with Prof. Monica Billio the programme of educational activities they wish to attend at the host University (Learning Agreement);
- Students must present the duly filled in and signed Learning Agreement to the International Relations Office of Ca’ Foscari University;
- Finally, they must contact the partner university for visa procedures and acceptance.
At the host university
Once in Marseille, students must contact the International Relations Office at the host university and sign:
- The Learning Agreement;
- The Changes to the Learning Agreement form, if any changes are required;
- The Confirmation of Arrival form.
All documents must be forwarded to International Relations Office by fax (+39 041 234 7567) or e-mail ( email@example.com). Students must keep the original documents.
Extension of the Mobility Period
Students who wish to extend their stay at the host university must submit their application to the International Relations Office, at least one month before the stated date of return.
The application must be signed by the person in charge at the host university and sent by fax (+39 041 234 7567) or e-mail ( firstname.lastname@example.org) to the International Relations Office, which will collect the program Coordinator’s approval and will send you a timely confirmation notice.
Before returning to Italy
Before returning to Italy, students must complete and sign at the host University the second part of the confirmation form of their stay abroad (i.e. the part which concerns the departure from the host university and their return to Italy).
Once back in Italy
Within 15 days after their return to Italy, students must submit the following original documents to the International Relations Office of Ca' Foscari University:
- Learning Agreement and, eventually, the Changes to the Learning Agreement form duly filled in and signed;
- Confirmation form of their stay abroad, which shows the entire period of mobility;
- Transcript of Records, i.e. the certificate which reports all the exams taken at the host University;
- Boarding passes and payment receipts (travel, accomodation).
Last update: 17/11/2020