Applicants hold (or are going to hold by December) a degree in either Economics, Finance, Maths, Engineering, Statistics, Physics, Data Sciences, or Computer Sciences.

Students with advanced undergraduate degrees (4 years Bachelor, Italian laurea VO or magistrale)  will receive the II level Master of the University of Torino, in addition to the Master of the Collegio Carlo Alberto.

The maximum number of enrolled students is 45. A number of merit-based partial and full tuition fee waivers and up to 5 scholarships are available. The master fee is not refundable whenever a student decides to quit the program.

Applications for 2022/2023 are open.

For further information please contact Federica Gai.

Auditors with suitable background may attend individual courses. There is no application deadline for auditors.


INPS offers scholarships (click here) to children of public employees and public retirees, to civil servants, and to orphans. The scholarships cover the total cost of the Master. For further information please contact Federica Gai.