The School of Management and Economics (former Faculty of Business and Economics) is part of the University of Turin, (Italy), founded in 1404. The Faculty celebrated its first centenary in 2006, it was renamed School of Management and Economics in 2012 and divided into two Departments: the Department of Management and the Department of Economic and Social Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics. It now has 10,000 students, a staff of more than 220 full, associate and assistant professors and offers a wide range of Italian and English taught programmes both at undergraduate and graduate level.
Over the years it has developed student and faculty exchanges with 77 European Universities under the Erasmus Programme and with more than 30 universities all over the world.
The School of Management and Economics invites talented students from all over the world to participate in its challenging programmes.