Master's Degree in Wine Business in Bologna in Italy

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A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

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Master in Business Management / Food & Wine

Bologna Business School
Campus Full time 12 months December 2016 Italy Bologna

The Food & Wine specialization of the Master in Business Management was brought to life in order to train young managers in the enogastronomy sector. The program will help students to develop their managerial skills, with a focus on the expanding food & beverage sector. [+]

Masters in Wine Business in Bologna in Italy. Master in Business Management / Food & Wine The Food & Wine specialization of the Master in Business Management was brought to life in order to train young managers in the enogastronomy sector. The program will help students to develop their managerial skills, with a focus on the expanding food & beverage sector. Our dynamic 12-month program is complete with networking and interaction with entrepreneurs, managers and influencers in the sectors with a high symbolic value, international master lectures, project work in collaboration with the talents of the sector, as well as a personalized placement service, which allows for privileged access to the business-world. (85% of our graduates achieve placement within 6 months). Bologna, at the heart of the most important Italian food valley, hosts leaders in both food, wine and culture and is today the center of a system of businesses and institutions whom have made Food & Wine their own niche of exclusiveness and luxury. The Food & Wine sector nonetheless suffers from fragmentation and a lack of specialized professional profiles who know how to best increase its value. This Master will let you acquire technical tools relevant to the management of agri-food businesses, such as increasing the value of the organoleptic quality of the products and the managing of new distribution models, including skills in marketing and communication, such as how to construct a strong brand identity and its internationalization. At the same time, the Master prepares you to the opportunity to work as a manager in a variety of industry related companies including high-end catering businesses, communications companies, in institutions, but will also prepare you to start your own business with people you get in contact with during the Master. The Food & Wine track of the Master in Business Management is organized into 3 terms and comprises of classroom activities, applicable testimonials, group projects, workshops and business projects in the Food & Wine sector with a duration of 1 month each. The Master concludes with an internship. THE MASTER IS AN INVESTMENT. THE HONOR LOAN IS THE WAY TO FUND IT. “PerTe Prestito Con Lode”, a long-term and low-interest honor loan, with no collateral required to cover the full amount of the tuition fee. KEY FACTS FORMAT: Full-time LANGUAGE: Italian DURATION: 12 months CFU/ECTS: 60 AVERAGE AGE: 26 PARTICIPANTS: 20-50 CALENDAR APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 11, 2016 SELECTION: November 16, 2016 ENROLLMENT DEADLINE: December 12, 2016 START DATE: December 2016 STRUCTURE The Master in Business Management – Food & Wine is a full-time program structured in 1,500 hours of learning activities over 12 months of study, divided into: 360 hours of lecturing, an estimated 540 hours of independent study, and 600 hours of internship. The structure of the Master is divided into three terms: First term: December 2016 – April 2017 Second term: May 2017 – July 2017 Internship: September 2017 – December 2017 Classroom participation is about 30 hours per week structured in order to allow time to work in groups, while not neglecting individual students focus and management of interpersonal relationships. The course is enriched by 3 extensive company projects with a sectoral approach (each lasting one month) that are spaced and integrated with classroom activities and case studies. The Master offers Business Administration courses intended to consolidate the conceptual knowledge and the operational techniques that are applied to companies. There are also courses and projects with a focus on sectorial issues of Food & Wine. Business Administration courses are concentrated mainly in the first term and are common to all the Master specializations; while track specific courses and company projects take place in the second term. Given the importance of English language in business, the School offers the opportunity to participate in English conversation sessions within the classroom. The Master program is constantly updated and adjusted to market needs through continuous interaction between faculty and a specific Management Committee: Massimo Bottura, Chef, Osteria Francescana 
• Marco Caprai, Wine Producer, Arnaldo Caprai
 • Gennaro Esposito, Chef, Restaurant Torre del Saracino 
• Nicola Farinetti, Ceo, Eataly Roma 
• Davide Paolini, Gastronauta, Il Sole 24 Ore 
• Michele Pontecorvo, P.R. Director, Ferrarelle
 • Sergio Soavi, Typical Products Responsible, Coop Italia 
• Massimo Spigaroli, President, Consorzio Culatello Zibello COURSES ADMINISTRATION AND AUDIT BUSINESS COMMUNICATION CORPORATE FINANCE DIGITAL MARKETING ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF AGRI-BUSINESS FOOD AND WINE MANAGEMENT MARKETING MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS FOR THE FOOD & WINE SECTOR MARKETING RESEARCH SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT LEARNING METHOD The educational sessions provide different learning methods, including lectures, simulations, discussions of case studies, presentations by companies, testimonials and group work. The curriculum is complete with a series of Master Lectures given by professionals from the world of business, academia, and politics, which also provide numerous opportunities for discussion and interaction with the business world through case histories. The program is developed in close collaboration with business partners both during the courses and during the three sectorial company projects; the didactic approach is totally different from traditional university courses, as the lessons of the Master provide practical tools which allow practitioners to carry out concrete projects. This project vision consists of: A business plan (January to December 2017) developed during the entire Master 3 major projects of 1 month each (May, June and July 2017) related to the chosen field Other shorter projects within single lessons The final project for the internship. CAREER DEVELOPMENT Building synergies with businesses is a priority and a distinguishing characteristic of all programs of the Alma Bologna Business School, including the Master in Business Management – Food & Wine. The School is fully dedicated to preparing students for the job market and it accomplishes this through systematic career development, with an ongoing commitment to combine the best professional projects by students with the demands of businesses. The internship is an excellent springboard to the professional world, evidenced by the fact that six months after completing the full-time master at Alma Bologna Business School, an average of 85% of alumni are working in a company. FEES The tuition fee for the Master is 11,200 euros (VAT free) to be paid in three installments: First installment: 1.500,00 euros Second installment: 6.000,00 euros Third installment: 3.700,00 euros The fee includes participation in theMaster, all the study material available through the online platform, and access to the Alma Bologna Business School such as: personal account for the Alma wi-fi, use of the PC in the Computer Lab, access to the study areas, access to the internal gym, special rates for the School restaurant. Furthermore, the fee gives participants the right to take advantage of the supporting activities of the School, such as the language courses and the master lectures by invitation. Free parking is also available within the BBS campus. Additionally, with the Student Card of the University of Bologna, students have access to all of the university facilities, including over 100 libraries, digital resources and study halls (including databases and online subscriptions); the three city center canteens and all university student related discount offers. HONOR LOAN Thanks to the agreement between Bologna Business School and Intesa Sanpaolo, participants are eligible to apply for “PerTe Prestito Con Lode”, a long-term and low-interest honor loan. Main characteristics: Loan amount equal to the enrollment fee Reduced interest rate No collateral required Repayable in 10 years No early closing fees SCHOLARSHIPS Bologna Business School provides merit-based partial scholarships to the leading candidates in the selection process. Furthermore, at the end of the master, the School assigns a prize to the best student. The cost of the Master can be covered in full or partially by third parties: public bodies, foundations, or companies. INPS Thanks to the contribution of INPS (Istituto Nazionale della Previdenza Sociale), scholarships of 10.000 euros will be available to INPS employees or retired members, to their children or orphans. [-]