Elias Secchi
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Hello,
I'm an italian student and I'm 16.
I'm in 12th grade (the last year in Italy is the 13th) and I'd like to study economics at university.
My last year's grades let me take in June 2017 the early admission test for Bocconi University (the undergraduate course in International Economics&Finance is my first choice), but I think Bocconi shouldn't be my only option.

What do you think about these universities?
- Tilburg Univ.
- Stockolm Univ.
- LUISS (does it exist in rankings?)
- Maastrict Univ.
- (I accept advice...)

Uk Universities are more expensive
Do you have other ideas?
;-)
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Hey there! First, it's really nice that you want to study economics and you have also chosen very good universities. I have heard only good things about the ones in Bocconi and Maastricht but I can only speak about Tilburg University. I am currently a 3rd year economics bachelor there and I can say so long it's been a fairly challenging high ranked program with great study environment in a nice student city(if you want I can give you my email to tell you more about it). Of course, if you want to go to Bocconi or even UK, they are also partners with a lot of universities for exchange programs, so you can go there for 1 semester in your 3rd year while paying a lot less for a tuition fee.

P.S. I just realised that because you are Italian you cannot go to Bocconi for your exchange but going to UK or US is also worth it.
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