MIBE in a nutshell

MIBE is Master Programme (Laurea Magistralis) which covers two academic years (4 semesters) and comprises activities for a total of 120 ECTs credits. It focuses on core topics in the area of International Management/innovation/Entrepreneurship, and then spreads out into two possible curricula: “International Management“ and “Digital Management”.

 

Curriculum International Management

This curriculum is designed to develop managers and consultants which bring their A-game within international contexts.It provides students not only with a wide knowledge of management theories but also with the skills necessary to apply this knowledge in multi-country and cross-cultural contexts, thus preparing them for a rewarding career in business and the strategic management of international organizations and multinational companies.

Career Opportunities includes but are not limited to:Export manager; Business Development Manager; Analyst of international markets; Marketing manager; Project Manager; Management consultant; Business Analyst; Global Entrepreneur.

 

Curriculum Digital Management

This curriculum provides students with the managerial and analytical skills to help them understand the dynamics and potential of Digital Economy, including topics like: Web-based and IT start-ups/companies, implications of Industry 4.0 and in general the manament of High Technology.

Career Opportunities includes but are not limited to:Export manager; Business Development Manager; Analyst of international markets; Marketing manager; Project Manager; Management consultant; Business Analyst; Global Entrepreneur.

Degree Plus: High learning directly in the workplace

Degree plus is a innovative learning experience straddling classroom and real job. It last five semester – one more than the four normally planned – two of which will be spent as challenging, qualified and rewarded interships with our firm partners. Degree plus is reserved to some selected students.

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Internship

Thanks to an established partnership with a network of companies and firm, internships can be considered a part of the academic learning process and count as a curricular activity. This opportunity is open to all our students.

Write the Thesis

The final thesis (worth 24 credits) is normally written during the second semester of the second year. The thesis should present an original piece of research, including both literature review and empirical analysis.The subject area of the thesis is normally chosen by the student who will then agree the specific topic together with the thesis supervisor (so called “relatore”) . It is advisable that the student should contact and make agreements with the supervisor in advance (normally during the first semester of the second year).

Core Topics

International Business

  • International Business and Management
  • DBI (Doing Business In)
  • International Marketing
  • Cross-cultural Marketing

Innovation & Entrepreneurship

  • Innovation Management
  • Equity Markets, Business Angels & VCs
  • International Entrepreneurship
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship

Digital Management

  • Digital Marketing
  • Management of Information Systems
  • Big Data Analysis
  • SQL / Database Management
  • Statistics & Data Mining, special emphasis on: market forecasting, analysis of international scenario, web analytics, risk management

Others

  • Firm Valuation and Capital Market Instruments
  • Project Management
  • Performance Management
  • Consultancy and Soft Skills
  • Basics of Competition and International Law
  • Basics of Economics