Master in Economics and International Policies - MEPIN

Application and Requirements

Academic year 2017-2019- Beginning of the ASERI Program
February 2017

Applications will be received until June 30th, 2017.

Late candidatures will be considered in case of available positions. Admission to MEPIN is an ongoing process, therefore early applications have a greater chance of being successful.

The Master’s Board will release its first decisions from late July onwards. The Master’s Board can accept conditional admissions for candidates who are planning to graduate by September 2017.

For the application procedure and requirements click here.
Candidates are required to download and complete the application form (download it here) and send all the documents to:

Faculty of Economics
Università della Svizzera italiana - USI
Facoltà di Scienze economiche
Via Buffi, 13 - CH 6900
More information: MEPIN - Università della Svizzera italiana 


Important notes for the enrollment at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Students with a non- Italian Bachelor Degree

Please be informed that the certificate of degree taken at any non-Italian University must be accompanied by the Dichiarazione di Valore (Certificate of Value)/or Diploma supplement (only for applicants who awarded the the degree a EU university.
The Dichiarazione di Valore has to be required at the Italian Diplomatic Delegation of the Country/Region where students attended their University courses. The Diploma Supplement has to be required at university of origin.

Students with a Swiss Bachelor Degree
According to an Agreement between the Swiss Federal Council and the Government of the Italian Republic, students with a Bachelor's degree of the Swiss Universities in the list (allegato A) are not required to produce the Dichiarazione di Valore or Diploma Supplement.

NON-EU citizens

The admitted students coming from NON-EU Countries are suggested to apply to the local Italian Delegation (Embassy or Consulate) in order to receive all the information about the Dichiarazione di Valore and the student visa.

Tuition fees

The Master's fee is CHF 13.000. The fee covers tuition, tutoring service, school's facilities and teaching materials. For Swiss citizens the total fee is CHF 7000.

For the first two extra semester students will be required to pay CHF 500. From the third extra semester on, students will be required to pay CHF 1.000.


Scholarships  may be available for academic merits.

More information here

Academic Year
Scienze politiche e sociali
Application deadline
30 June 2017