The Degree Course in Economics and Commerce (CLEC), class L-33 – Economic Sciences, is part of the educational offer of the School of Economic Sciences, Corporate, Legal and Sociological (SEAGS) of the University "G. d'Annunzio", consisting of the Department of Economics and of the Department of Juridical and Social Sciences. The president of the CLEC is Prof. Claudia Ceci (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Lessons will be held at the following address: Viale Pindaro 42, 65127, in Pescara.The Bachelor degree in Economics and Commerce (CLEC) offers a multidisciplinary preparation covering all aspects of the economy. In particular, it provides expertise in the economic, business, legal and statistical-mathematical disciplines for an adequate understanding of the economic system, economic markets, public and private institutions. At the end of the studies, the CLEC allows graduates to find work in multiple areas (public and private companies, banks, insurance companies, financial consultants, accountants' offices, research institutes) and to continue studies in all areas of the economy, and in particular in the 2nd Cycle Degree in Economics and Commerce (CLECM).The CLEC is divided into two distinct training paths: - Business Economics- Economy and Finance. The first course, Business Economics, focuses on the general and regulatory aspects of Economics. It is for all those who are interested in job opportunities in business professions, in the sector of business management and in administrative offices such as State bodies. The second course, Economics and Finance, focuses specifically on the study of Economics with mathematical tools. It is destined to train professionals in the field of Finance. Its sustained quantitative content makes it a ‘unicum’ in the formative offer.The programs of all courses of first, second and third year are in English and can be found on the following page: https://clec.unich.it/pagina-insegnamenti-142 . For each course the teaching material is specified if it is available in English or not, and when it is possible to meet the professors (office hours for tutoring) and dates to take exams in English.ERASMUS REFERENCES: Assistance and agreements for international student mobility through Lifelong Learning / Erasmus services is attributed to:- Prof.Dario Sciulli (E-mail: email@example.com) responsible for CLEC- Francesco D'Esposito (E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) Head of the SEAGS School.SIGNING UP: To be admitted to the Degree Course in Business Economics, it is necessary to have achieved a High school Diploma or other qualifications obtained abroad may also be recognized as suitable. To be admitted to the Course in Business Economics it is also necessary to take an initial test to verify overall knowledge. For information: https://www.unich.it/didattica/iscrizioni/futuri-studenti-economia-2020 .STAGE: The Degree in Business Economics provides the possibility of a 3 credit curricular internship. This is an educational experience that the student carries out at a structure, organization or company, affiliated with the University, in order to get to know the world of work directly. This work experience can be finalized to the writing of the thesis under the supervision of the professor competent for the student's educational path. Detailed information on the offer of internships, access methods and the list of affiliated companies can be found on the website https://scuolaeconomia.unich.it/pagina-regolamentazione-stage-245For more information, visit the website: https://clec.unich.it.