NEWS: Notice of admissions a.a. 2020/21
As of 7 April 2020, announcements for the Master's Degrees Programmes admissions will be available and it will be possible to apply for the admission interview directly on the university website starting from 8 April 2020.
On April 8, 2020 it will also be possible to see the video presentation of the course and take part in a livechat with the professors (the link to which access will be communicated in the next days).
The interviews will take place starting from May and it will be possible to take them also via Skype.
[Updated on 30 March 2020]
The Master of Science in Global Business Management is the newest and the most international program offered by the Faculty of Economics and Law at the Piacenza Campus.
It is the result of years of experience both in teaching and in researching also within the IPBS (International Network of Business Schools) Network.
The International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS) is a consortium of 13 leading business schools in Europe, USA and Latin America. The partner schools are located in Dublin (Ireland), Lancaster (United Kingdom), Madrid (Spain), Reims/Rouen (France), Reutlingen (Germany), Piacenza (Italy), St. Catharines (Canada), Boston (MA, USA), Raleigh (NC, USA), San Diego (CA, USA), Puebla (Mexico) and São Paulo (Brazil).
The Master of Science in Global Business Management aims at addressing the most innovative managerial topics on international business, on doing business in foreign countries, on international competitiveness, on merging and acquisition, of performance measurement and management and on sustainability management.
Companies tend to employ graduates with the following skills:
- acquire awareness of international issues and settings
- work and study experience within multinational working groups
- ability to analyze global markets
- ability to conceive and deal with the management of major or significant projects
The Global Business Management program aims to endow students with the listed skills so as to enable them to quickly adapt to an international environment, whilst understanding the dynamics, and knowing how to effectively identify solutions to managerial problems in such settings.