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Hi, I’m an Italian student and this is my bachelor. You can see all my modules here and their description. It’s part of the faculty of political sciences but it has many modules which are in the field of economics, business administration, statistics and law.

https://corsidilaurea.uniroma1.it/en...programmazione

My question is if there’s an equivalent course outside Italy and how this course is considered. Which masters degrees could I be eligible for?
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(Original post by Gabriele25)
Hi, I’m an Italian student and this is my bachelor. You can see all my modules here and their description. It’s part of the faculty of political sciences but it has many modules which are in the field of economics, business administration, statistics and law.

https://corsidilaurea.uniroma1.it/en...programmazione

My question is if there’s an equivalent course outside Italy and how this course is considered. Which masters degrees could I be eligible for?
Very unusual course or at least I cant think of what UK course might have such a range of modules.
In most cases for UK degrees they are a single specialism or at the most two subjects.
There are a few degrees where you can choose modules, but they are rare.


1. Whether you are eligible for masters degree depends largely upon your grade(s).
2. Whether your degree is relevant enough to give you enough foundation to do the masters.
3. It isnt obvious with yours, so the way I would approach it would be id what Masters degree you might like to do.
4. Normally base it on your current degree, business , law, languages related.
5. Then check entrance requirements and if the masters degree appeals to you, there will be hundreds.
6. If you find a course then talk to admissions and they will tell you if your degree has enough relevance.
7. Some masters may not be first degree specific or will be covered by any social science degree.

So it is part research to see whats out there and seeing what interests you. v trying to gauge which degrees might interest you.

You can use this to search available courses or just choose your preferred unis and look for degrees you like.
Unfortunately you just have to do the research from the unis website to see if you can spot something that interests you and then check entrance requirements to see if your degree will be enough. That is the way I would approach it.


https://digital.ucas.com/search/resu...mPostcode=25mi
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Very unusual course or at least I cant think of what UK course might have such a range of modules.
In most cases for UK degrees they are a single specialism or at the most two subjects.
There are a few degrees where you can choose modules, but they are rare.


1. Whether you are eligible for masters degree depends largely upon your grade(s).
2. Whether your degree is relevant enough to give you enough foundation to do the masters.
3. It isnt obvious with yours, so the way I would approach it would be id what Masters degree you might like to do.
4. Normally base it on your current degree, business , law, languages related.
5. Then check entrance requirements and if the masters degree appeals to you, there will be hundreds.
6. If you find a course then talk to admissions and they will tell you if your degree has enough relevance.
7. Some masters may not be first degree specific or will be covered by any social science degree.

So it is part research to see whats out there and seeing what interests you. v trying to gauge which degrees might interest you.

You can use this to search available courses or just choose your preferred unis and look for degrees you like.
Unfortunately you just have to do the research from the unis website to see if you can spot something that interests you and then check entrance requirements to see if your degree will be enough. That is the way I would approach it.


https://digital.ucas.com/search/resu...mPostcode=25mi
Thank you for that link, it's really useful. My interest is in finance, so I'm searching all degrees in that field that don't need a specific background.
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Thank you for that link, it's really useful. My interest is in finance, so I'm searching all degrees in that field that don't need a specific background.
Your link was useful as it let me understand what you were dealing with. The UK has well over 100 unis and thousands of courses. Yours is quite an unusual situation because I dont believe any UK degrees correspond to your mix of languages, business, law etc.

If I were looking I would pick a uni, look at courses on offer and then check entrance requirements.
It will either be no specific degree required or

A certain sort of degree is looked for because they use that knowledge.

Just use some common sense and then ask. Things to do with law and business seem to be related.

Dont get swamped by the number of courses on the link, many of those unis may not be highly rated.
All depends what quality your degree is regarded as to which unis will take you.
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