International Business and Development (IBD) is a second level degree in economics and business (LM77-Economic and business sciences), taught and examined entirely in English, offered by the Department of Economics of Parma University.
It is a two year course and on successful completion graduates are awarded the “laurea magistrale” or second cycle degree certificate.
IBD is designed for candidates from different academic backgrounds and aims to provide a thorough grounding in international economics and global development.
IBD students are encouraged to gain experience abroad during the two academic years, and can take advantage of a large number of opportunities.
IBD teaching methods are mainly interactive and require student participation. Almost all courses include project work, where groups of students, assisted by teachers, prepare, present and discuss projects with teachers and peers.
Unlike what is written on "EasyRoom" and "Agenda Studenti" (common to the overall University of Parma), lessons at our Department are organised following four time slots: 09:00-11:00; 11:00-13:00; 14.00-16:00; 16:00-18:00.
For example, the 08:30-10:30 time slot on EasyRoom corresponds to 09:00-11:00 in classrooms.
10:30 -12:30 on EasyRoom = 11:00 - 13:00 in classrooms
13:30 - 15:30 on EasyRoom = 14:00 - 16:00 in classrooms
15:30 - 17:30 on EasyRoom = 16:00 - 18:00 in classrooms
Tutors assist students in their academic life and can be contacted via e-mail or phone. The IBD students' tutor is:
Dott. Lorenzo Pratici | email@example.com | Central building, first floor - Area Ricerche aziendali | Tel.: 0521/032443
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