Why study International Management?
Making a difference in a company and affecting its success needs a mix of competencies, both technical and personal. Successful managers contribute meaningfully to organizations only if they are equipped with specific knowledge, skills, and abilities that are honed through a comprehensive set of management education experiences.
Our Master in International Management (MIM) provides you with a theoretical background as well as a rich set of analytical tools that will allow you to perform effectively in an international business environment. Specifically, it provides a sound knowledge in international management with a quantitative approach, alongside solid foundations in economics and law with the aim of developing young executives who can think analytically and make decisions to impact critical outcomes. Also, interaction with companies and exposure to a mix of world cultures develop soft skills required to become successful international managers.
Aimed at graduates from all backgrounds, the program provides an in-depth understanding of the needs and trends of the global marketplaces.
In Business Labs, you can refine your entrepreneurial attitude and learn to adapt to unexpected situations in order to solve problems and contribute to the success of a company. By working on the creation of startups, you enhance your creativity and learn how to design sound business models and to work in real-life situations with an innovative attitude.
MIM is based on a mixture of teaching methods, which is believed to be the best balance to merge a thorough understanding of theoretical issues with the ability to apply them in real-life situations.
Traditional classes are complemented by frequent group discussions, active participation, case study analysis where students are confronted with different business scenarios and asked to provide concrete solutions to real-life problems.
This approach fosters fruitful cooperative learning: students get used to high-pressure situations, and through factual learning and a stimulating internship experience they are provided with a solid platform to make the best possible decision.
Introduction to International Business
Introduction to Quantitative Methods
Introduction to Economics
Financial Markets and Economic Activity
International Accounting and Finance: International Accounting
International Competition Law
Data Analysis and Forecasting
International Accounting and Finance: International Corporate Finance
International Trade and Competitiveness
Quantitative Methods for Market Analysis
International Business Management: International Marketing
International Business Management: International Corporate Strategy
International Contracts Law
Global Economic Scenarios
Managing Drug Discovery: from concept to market
Integrated Logistics and Business Processes
Effective Managerial Decision Making
Strategy and Innovation Management
Extracurricular seminars aiming at catching different perspectives on business around the world are offered to Master students. Seminars are held by Visiting Professors. The topics and the countries can change every year according to the availability of the Lecturer. Some examples are:
Doing Business in India
Doing Business in China
Doing Business in Russia
Doing Business in European Nordic Countries
MIM graduates are highly attractive to small and medium enterprises with high growth potential, as well as to consultant agencies and international companies, and companies that aim at expanding their business abroad. MIM graduates typically pursue careers as general and operations managers, management analysts, or management consultants, as well as in the fields of marketing, product development, project management.
With their strong background in management and sound knowledge of international law and economics, MIM graduates can usefully apply their interdisciplinary knowledge in research centers, Government Agencies, and NGOs.
March for non-EU citizens living outside Italy
June for EU citizens and non-EU citizens regularly living in Italy
How to apply
Access the online application form
Upload the required documents
Submit your online application by the deadline
Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent)
English at the B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages
Statement of purpose
GMAT score might be an advantage.