Companies employ graduates who have developed awareness to issues of internationalization, who are competent to work in multinational working groups, who can analyze international markets, and develop major projects. The International Management program aims to give students an education that enables them to adapt quickly to an international environment, whilst understanding the dynamics, and knowing effectively how to identify solutions to managerial problems.
The curriculum presents two types of courses: subjects relating to the basic disciplines (business, economic, and law), and subjects relating to business issues and problems typically associated with the processes of internationalization of firms. This is done to balance traditional knowledge of management with the specialization and the development of specific internationalization-oriented skills. In addition to traditional business disciplines, there are courses that intend to develop the capability to work in different social and cultural contexts, and to review, develop and implement internationalization of firms.
- Corporate strategy & strategic control:
- Module 1 - Corporate strategy
- Module 2 - Strategic control
- European economic law
- Business finance:
- Module 1 - Financial analysis
- Module 2 - Corporate finance
- International finance
Career opportunities & Professional recognition
Graduates from the International Management program are exposed to a wide range of career opportunities. Graduates have both the technical knowledge and the methodological tools suited to pursue professional and managerial careers in large corporations and international institutions (WTO, IMF, WB) dealing with international and multicultural issues, as well as smaller and national companies, implementing and managing international processes and strategies.
English language proficiency requirements
Candidates need to satisfy the English language proficiency requirement in order to submit their application.
Program-specific entry requirements
The entry requirements are based on the guidelines for admission published every year in March by the Italian Ministry for Education.
Eligible candidates need to hold an undergraduate degree obtained after a minimum of 3 years of study (180 ECTS), which satisfies the requirements for access to second-level academic studies in the awarding country. If candidates have undertaken less than 15 years of total schooling, they may not be eligible for admission to a Laurea Magistrale.
The degree has to be issued by a higher education institution which is regularly accredited or recognized in the awarding country.
- The degree and related studies undertook so far need to be in a subject which is relevant to the chosen Laurea Magistrale degree program. The academic board will evaluate candidates’ academic and personal background and decide if they meet the specific conditions for admission.
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Last updated January 23, 2018