Princeton Program: Bocconi University (exchange in Economics)
A full course load for Princeton students consists of four to five courses at Bocconi. It is expected that students will attend the Crash Course in Italian and the orientation before the start of the semester.
The Economics Department has identified a number of courses that are pre-approved for departmental credit. Please note that, while these courses are pre-approved, students will still need to get approval for their full course list to ensure that they do not take multiple versions of the same course.
Students with the requisite Italian language skills are expected to take the majority of their courses in Italian. For a full list of courses at Bocconi, see the Bocconi website.
Please note that students must receive a minimum grade of 22 (equivalent to a grade of C) in their courses at Bocconi to have them recognized for Princeton credit.