The Bachelor’s Degree programme in Applied Mathematics at the University of Verona includes two main concentrations, or curricula: the first focused on financial and economic issues, and the second on computational modelling. Both curricula are aimed at providing students with a solid modelling and numerical-algorithmic background.
At the end of their programme of study, graduates who wish to continue their academic career, will have the opportunity to choose between the , offered by the Department of Computer Science, and the (“Quantitative Finance” curriculum), offered by the Department of Economics.
A wide range of are also available, either within the research teams of the University of Verona or at external facilities. Graduates in Applied Mathematics can find employment in banking and financial institutions, insurance companies and research departments of Italian and foreign companies.