The curriculum in International Management (IM) offers a stimulating programme of study wholly held in English.
The IM course focuses on the main international issues characterising the today’s management activities in business world. Indeed, the course mainly focuses on studies in the areas of management and business economics integrated with quantitative and juridical knowledge, in order to give students the required interdisciplinary knowledge and ability to understand and govern the policies and strategies that a company faces in an international environment. Firms are involved in the constantly evolving world of global business and managers must be able to understand the complexity of guiding an organization in the global business arena.
The programme is particularly suited to students who have followed a business- or finance-related undergraduate degree and are now looking for a specialisation with an international perspective, aiming to acquire skills enabling to build the pillars of a successful career in management.
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