Triple Diploma Program on 2nd-degree
The Polish-Italian-French triple diploma program (abbreviated as triple diploma) is the Master’s (2nd-degree) studies in the English-language version of Economics. The program was set up in 2017. It is implemented by the Faculty of Economics and Management of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń together with the Faculty of Economics and Law at the Università degli Studi di Macerata (Italy) and the Faculty of Law, Economics and Management at the Université d’Angers (France).
During two-year Master’s studies student has the opportunity to obtain:
- a master’s degree in economics – specialization: economy and international finance awarded by the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń;
- a master’s degree in finance, specializing in law and finance, awarded by the University of Angers;
- a master’s degree in capital markets and financial institutions from the University of Macerata.
Additionally, as a participant, you will:
- gain education and experience outstanding on the labor market;
- significantly improve your English skills, and after a year in Italy and France, you will also be able to develop knowledge of Italian and French;
- be able to visit many beautiful places in Italy and France, you will get to know different traditions, cuisine, and music;
- sunny Italy and romantic France will be your home for a year;
- meet people from other countries and make new international friendships
- The first semester of the program is student spend time at the home university;
- The second semester at the University of Macerata;
- The third semester students go to at the French University;
- The fourth semester students study at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń
All classes under the Program are conducted in English. During their stay in Italy and France, students have the opportunity to receive financial support from the Erasmus+ Program.
Partners’ Universities websites
Information about University of Angers (Université d’Angers):
Information about University of Macerata (Università degli Studi di Macerata):