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03 January 2022

Flex MBA: Online Presentation of the Programme and Demo Session of INSENDI Platform

Online presentation of the Flex MBA, a programme designed to fit your work schedule anywhere, anytime, anyplace. Sign up now to meet the minds behind the Programme and participate in a demo session of the INSENDI digital platform, leader in online and blended learning for global higher education.   REGISTER The topic of the webinar On Thursday, January 20, 2022 at 6.30 PM CET, we invite you to participate in the online presentation of the Flex MBA, powered by INSENDI Platform, that paves the way for a new interactive and global approach to acquire an internationally recognised and accredited MBA. Attending this webinar will give you the chance to virtually meet Maria Isabella Leone, Director of the Programme who will explain why the Flex MBA is the new now, in line with market trends and professionals’ new needs. The online event is also an exclusive opportunity to meet INSENDI’s Managing Director, James Connor, who will demonstrate the programme in the insendi platform and answer all questions relating to the platform features and online learning experience. The demo session allows participants to get a preview of the functionality and user experience of the platform; a fundamental step to learn about the ultimate learning experience and benefits that Flex MBA students will be exposed to during their journey. The MBA Coordinator will also be connected to answer any and all questions concerning the Programme structure, the admission process, and available scholarships. Agenda and Speakers 6. 30 PM CET | Greetings and Flex MBA highlights by Maria Isabella Leone, Programme Director 6:50 PM CET | Programme structure, timeline and calendar by Gabriella Di Benedetto, Programme Coordinator 7.00 PM CET | Digital Learning Experience by James Connor, INSENDI Managing Director and Q&A session REGISTER 12/22/2021

21 December 2021

MBA Open Day

Attend the presentation event and explore all MBAs starting in 2022. The MBA is the most exclusive growth path for professionals and Executives. Full-time, Part-time, Online, On Campus or Blended in Rome or Milan hubs. Choose the formula that allows you at best to build your personalised professional growth project. WHEN: 29 January 2022 from 10.00 am CET  WHERE: Luiss Business School, Campus Villa Blanc, Via Nomentana 216, 00162 Rome REGISTER AGENDA & SPEAKER 10.00-11.00 Presentation of MBA programmes 11.00 – 11.45 Masterclass held by Lorenza Morandini, Adjunct Professor di Supply Chain e Innovation, Luiss Business School 11.45-12.00 Q&A Session 12:00 – 13:00 One-to-one orientation sessions with the Staff The event is free of charge and will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. In compliance with Covid safety regulations compliance, the Super Green Pass Certificate is mandatory to participate. Registration is required. For the protection of all Open Day participants, please note that masks must be worn throughout the event. At the entrance to the venue, staff will take your temperature and hand sanitisation points will be available. REGISTER An MBA to respond to the needs of each professional From young professionals to middle-managers and C Levels, we design our MBA to match the different needs and expectations of each generation of students. Thus, no matter your current situation, if you want to grow, Luiss Business School has the right MBA to boost your potential. Full Time MBA – for young professionals and middle-managers with at least 3 years of work experience, who want to gain valuable tools to grow new business ideas, understand social issues and develop the ability to create change. Part Time MBA – for managers, entrepreneurs, start-uppers and professionals who are ready to expand their career prospects without sacrificing their present work and life commitments. Students may choose to attend either at Luiss Business School Campus in Rome or in Milan. Executive MBA - for tenured professionals and managers, C-Level and experienced entrepreneurs looking to boost their competences and professional growth towards a Leadership in line with the latest market trends. Flex MBA – for professionals worldwide with at least 4 years’ work experience who wish to improve their professional skills, boost their careers and manage the innovative and competitive skills required by the market, from the comfort of their own home/office. 21/12/2021

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07 December 2021

Flex MBA: The new programme powered by Insendi

Introducing the new Flex MBA, a programme designed to fit your work schedule anywhere, anytime, anyplace. Sign up now to meet the minds behind the Programme and discover this new form of MBA powered by INSENDI, leaders in online and blended learning for global higher education. REGISTER The topic of the webinar On Friday, December 17, 2021 at 6.00 PM CET, we invite you to participate in the online presentation of the Flex MBA, powered by INSENDI Platform, that paves the way for a new interactive and global approach to acquire an internationally recognised and accredited MBA. Attending this webinar will give you the chance to hear about the Programme, the didactic approach, and the opportunities dedicated to you as a Flex MBA student. You will virtually meet Maria Isabella Leone, Director of the Programme, who will take you through the thought process behind this new form of education, designed to maximise outreach with students worldwide and top local and International Professors. But that’s not all the Flex MBA has to offer. To discover the rest, join the conversation! You will also meet the MBA Coordinator who will answer any and all questions concerning the Programme structure, the admission process, and available scholarships.  Agenda and Speakers 6 PM CET | Greetings and Flex MBA highlights by Maria Isabella Leone, Programme Director 6:45 PM CET Q&A Session with Gabriella Di Benedetto, Programme Coordinator REGISTER 7/12/2021

23 November 2021

Expression of Interest for the Position of Associate Professor of Information Systems and Digital Transformation

The Luiss Business School invites outstanding scholars to express their interest for one full-time Associate professorship of Information Systems & Digital Transformation. Requirements We seek candidates with a strong commitment to academic and applied research and teaching and the aspiration to contribute to Luiss Business School’s international expansion and visibility. Candidates must hold a PhD from a leading university, have teaching experience, and a relevant record of publications and/or research projects. Ideal candidates will show a passionate drive to engage in Luiss University’s dynamic and stimulating academic environment and contribute to its further development. They will have research experience in Information Systems & Digital transformation, with a focus on the impact of digital technologies on the firm’s organization and strategy. The main topics of interest are: Digital TransformationDigital Business ModelsBusiness Model InnovationImpact of new technologies on strategyTransformative leadershipManagement of Information Systems Ideal candidates will be able to teach and publish in English. Role and Responsibilities The Associate Professor of Information Systems and Digital Transformation is expected to undertake rigorous and innovative research in their field(s) of interest, publish in high quality international journals, and provide academic assistance or leadership in research activities. They are also expected to contribute to the collegial and intellectual life of the University and of the Luiss community at large. The position of Assistant Professor is for a three-year fixed-term contract, with the possibility of renewal upon positive evaluation from the Department. Teaching load is 120 hours per year, either in undergraduate or graduate programs, but special conditions of engagement may apply. Teaching assistantships are available. Teaching can be either in English, Italian or both. The position holder will also supervise students’ final dissertations. Appointments are full-time and the salary is competitive. About the Luiss Business School Located in the heart of Rome, Luiss Business School offers post-graduate programs – including MBA and Executive and Custom Programs. Its mission is to adapt and reinvent the experience of management education by valuing economic, social and human capital, academic output, fostering critical thinking and incorporating ethics and responsibility in order to support the development of creative, collaborative and resilient leaders. The School’s vision is to contribute to redesign the higher education industry. A future in which knowledge, digital, data, internationalisation, relations with the business community and the creation of research content will give rise to a unique, smart, flexible, and customisable learning platform with an impact. A data-driven organisation where academic research fuels applied research and programmes that are supported by the business community and students. The School offers educational services providing students with a global mindset but rooted in their local realities by the means of a multi-campus and multisite educational experience. The School also continue to further strengthen its boutique approach through a series of premium services to take on the role of relational hub, enhancing personal and career development activities. Luiss Business School has been awarded EQUIS and AMBA accreditations and is a member of PRME, GRLI, GBSN and FOME Alliance. Conditions of Employment Luiss invests in inclusion and mobility, collective leadership, and responsibility with the aim of overcoming conventions, roles and purposes to transform borders into horizons. Luiss is committed to the promotion of diversity in its academic and student bodies. Our commitment to diversity, inclusion, and excellence are unwavering. These values are central to our Luiss’ mission as a leader in research and teaching and societal impact. We know that having varied perspectives helps generate better ideas to solve the complex problems of a changing—and increasingly diverse—world. Luiss is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer with a zero-discrimination tolerance policy. To further promote our faculty diversity, women and underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to apply. All expressions of interest will receive consideration without discrimination on any ground. Caretaking responsibilities and other significant life events may also be considered in the definition of career advancement conditions. Luiss offers competitive family allowance packages, as well as dedicated assistance for welcoming new international faculty. Additionally, fiscal incentives are offered by the Italian law to individuals relocating from abroad (i.e., a fiscal break is offered upon the transfer of fiscal residence in Italy: up to 90% discount on annual taxation for the first 6 years). Expression of Interest To express your interest for this position please upload the following documents: Cover letterCurriculum vitae with up to three references that may be contacted. Publications should be listed according to the Academic Journal Guide 2021 (AJG) of the Chartered Association of Business Schools (former ABS list)Research Statement (please indicate teaching interests and goals)Statement on diversity, inclusion, and belonging (please include past and current contributions as well as vision and plans in these areas)Copy of (maximum three) publications or working papers, including the job market paper (please upload all publications/working papers in a single file) For further information, you can contact info-call@luiss.it Expressions of interest submitted via email will not be accepted. Expression of Interest Submissions are due by February 15, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. Central European Time (CET), UTC +1. 

23 November 2021

Expression of Interest for the Position of Associate Professor of Operations Management

The Luiss Business School invites outstanding scholars to express their interest for one full-time Associate professorship of Operations Management. Requirements We seek candidates with a strong commitment to academic and applied research and teaching and the aspiration to contribute to Luiss Business School’s international expansion and visibility. Candidates must hold a PhD from a leading university, have teaching experience, and a relevant record of publications and/or research projects. Ideal candidates will show a passionate drive to engage in Luiss University’s dynamic and stimulating academic environment and contribute to its further development. They will have research experience on, and intend to pursue research projects in, the field of operations management, with a focus on the relationship between operations and the organizational and strategic choices of the firm. The main topics of interest are: Operations ManagementProject ManagementSupply Chain ManagementAutomation and Organizational ChoicesDigital operationsQuality managementProduction cost managementValuation of production alternatives Ideal candidates will be able to teach and publish in English. Role and Responsibilities The Associate Professor of Operations Management is expected to undertake rigorous and innovative research in their field(s) of interest, publish in high quality international journals, and provide academic assistance or leadership in research activities. They are also expected to contribute to the collegial and intellectual life of the University and of the Luiss community at large. The position of Assistant Professor is for a three-year fixed-term contract, with the possibility of renewal upon positive evaluation from the Department. Teaching load is 120 hours per year, either in undergraduate or graduate programs, but special conditions of engagement may apply. Teaching assistantships are available. Teaching can be either in English, Italian or both. The position holder will also supervise students’ final dissertations. Appointments are full-time and the salary is competitive. About the Luiss Business School Located in the heart of Rome, Luiss Business School offers post-graduate programs – including MBA and Executive and Custom Programs. Its mission is to adapt and reinvent the experience of management education by valuing economic, social and human capital, academic output, fostering critical thinking and incorporating ethics and responsibility in order to support the development of creative, collaborative and resilient leaders. The School’s vision is to contribute to redesign the higher education industry. A future in which knowledge, digital, data, internationalisation, relations with the business community and the creation of research content will give rise to a unique, smart, flexible, and customisable learning platform with an impact. A data-driven organisation where academic research fuels applied research and programmes that are supported by the business community and students. The School offers educational services providing students with a global mindset but rooted in their local realities by the means of a multi-campus and multisite educational experience. The School also continue to further strengthen its boutique approach through a series of premium services to take on the role of relational hub, enhancing personal and career development activities. Luiss Business School has been awarded EQUIS and AMBA accreditations and is a member of PRME, GRLI, GBSN and FOME Alliance. Conditions of Employment Luiss invests in inclusion and mobility, collective leadership, and responsibility with the aim of overcoming conventions, roles and purposes to transform borders into horizons. Luiss is committed to the promotion of diversity in its academic and student bodies. Our commitment to diversity, inclusion, and excellence are unwavering. These values are central to our Luiss’ mission as a leader in research and teaching and societal impact. We know that having varied perspectives helps generate better ideas to solve the complex problems of a changing—and increasingly diverse—world. Luiss is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer with a zero-discrimination tolerance policy. To further promote our faculty diversity, women and underrepresented minorities are especially encouraged to apply. All expressions of interest will receive consideration without discrimination on any ground. Caretaking responsibilities and other significant life events may also be considered in the definition of career advancement conditions. Luiss offers competitive family allowance packages, as well as dedicated assistance for welcoming new international faculty. Additionally, fiscal incentives are offered by the Italian law to individuals relocating from abroad (i.e., a fiscal break is offered upon the transfer of fiscal residence in Italy: up to 90% discount on annual taxation for the first 6 years). Expression of Interest To express your interest for this position please upload the following documents: Cover letterCurriculum vitae with up to three references that may be contacted. Publications should be listed according to the Academic Journal Guide 2021 (AJG) of the Chartered Association of Business Schools (former ABS list)Research Statement (please indicate teaching interests and goals)Statement on diversity, inclusion, and belonging (please include past and current contributions as well as vision and plans in these areas)Copy of (maximum three) publications or working papers, including the job market paper (please upload all publications/working papers in a single file) For further information, you can contact info-call@luiss.it Expressions of interest submitted via email will not be accepted. Expression of Interest Submissions are due by February 15, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. Central European Time (CET), UTC +1. 

17 November 2021

Raghu Raghuram: technology and people to go big in business

The CEO VMware, met Luiss Business School students of the Masters in International Management, Big Data & Management and Business Transformation, during a talk with Paolo Boccardelli, Dean Luiss Business School, and Maximo Ibarra, CEO Engineering. Luiss Business School hosted Raghu Raghuram, CEO Vmware, for a talk about technology and new challenges with the students of the Masters in International Management, Big Data & Management and Business Transformation. «The cloud revolution is real: it's not a technological change, it's a way of changing organizations – says Paolo Boccardelli, Dean Luiss Business School, host of the talk with Maximo Ibarra, CEO Engineering S.p.A. – This new, big impact in organizations may be extremely relevant for all of our experiences and activities here in the Business School». Successful strategy for tech (and non tech) companies Exploring all the paths made since the beginning of his career, Raghuram explained that the cloud let all the tech company to innovate themselves «Every technology company that existed over five years has to reinvent itself, and this is true in every kind of business, from iron steel to automotive», CEO VMware explained. Then he underlined the difference between the software business model and the cloud one, that drives to a tech-driven transformation of the business. «The second most important thing to a tech company is to be really close to small companies and to small businesses in the space you already use – added Raghuram – When companies get big, they worry about bigger competitors. But the challenge is never going to be among bigger competitor: the challenge is always going big among smaller companies». Thinking about successful companies, most people think that they have some complicated business strategy. «It turns out that doesn't work: the best companies have very simple stories, and it is based on what they are doing». As regards companies which go big, pay attention to acquisitions. «Every successful company is like a mini marriage or, in same case, a major marriage. It depends on the size of acquisition. In VMware, since we got public in 2007, we have done probably 60 acquisitions. It's all very difficult. The reason why is that you are not getting a technology, but a group of people, who are used to think in a certain way. The second thing to remember is even before you acquired a company, you must understand what your plan for that company is. Sometimes the plan is to integrate all in one single team. Well, is the exact opposite». Pandemic effects on technological behaviors Covid Pandemic brought a pocket of positive lessons and experiences, and the idea of digital transformation as well. For example, the idea of telemedicine has been available for decades in the US, but maybe 5-10% of the population, both doctors and patients, used it. During the pandemic that number went up to 80-90%. Now, even though the pandemic is receding, the use of telemedicine still stays at 80-90%. «The state of technology today allows you to be a lot more digital than you think you can be», stated Raghuram. «The second transformation we see is the blurring of operation between physical and virtual. Because you can't go to the store, you have the store coming to you. All of these are going to be solid, fundamental changes that we're not go back from. And this would be applicable at any level, private and governmental as well. Italy has seen a huge digital transformation. So, there's an enormous opportunity for all of you students to go into the industry. You will be the pioneers of digital transformation in the world». Pay attention to the organization «The main reason why people leave is the manager– stated Raghuram – So, there is one thing you could get out of your business school. It is paying attention to organization. Organizational behavior requires communication and leadership. I think those are very suitable skills to have». Raghu Raghuram joined VMware in 2003. He oriented with success the strategy and the technological evolution of the company. He covered many leadership roles, from Chief Operating Officer to Chief Executive Officer. He also worked for AOL, Bang Networks and Netscape. He holds an MBA from Wharton School of Business and a Master in Electric Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology in Mumbai. 17/11/2021

05 November 2021

Part-time MBA – Open Day

The Open Day is the event dedicated to the Luiss Business School Part-time MBA, a redesigned MBA, built around the concepts of Hyper-Personalisation, Business Impact and Innovation and dedicated to professionals willing to acquire new managerial and leadership skills, without interrupting their professional paths. The Director, the Academic Coordinator, a Coach, a Career Advisor and Luiss Business School Staff will present alle the news of the next edition of the Part-time MBA starting in Rome on April 7, 2022. Participants have indeed the unique opportunity to interface with them in Q&A sessions and find answers to all their doubts if this programme is the best fit for them. WHEN: 20 November 2021, starting from 10 a.m. WHERE: Luiss Business School, Villa Blanc Campus, Via Nomentana 216, 00162 Rome. Register AGENDA e SPEAKERS: 10.00 – 10.20 | Programme Presentation: Alessandra Perri, Scientific Director Part Time MBA Rome10.20 – 10.40 | Activities Presentation: Maria Isabella Leone, MBA Academic Coordinator11.00 – 11.45 | Masterclass: Edoardo Palmisani, MD & Partner, The Boston Consulting Group12.00 – 12.30 | Career Advisory Presentation12.30 – 13.00 | Coaching Presentation The event is free of charge and will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. In compliance with Covid safety regulations, the Green Pass Certificate is mandatory to participate. Registration is required. For the protection of all Open Day participants, please note that masks must be worn throughout the event. At the entrance to the venue, staff will take your temperature and hand sanitisation points will be available. Register 11/5/2021

11 October 2021

Amsterdam Hub – Open Day and Campus Visit

The Open Day and Campus Visit is an opportunity to find out everything about Luiss Business School’s new Amsterdam Hub and the first-level master’s programmes in International Management and Fashion & Luxury Business starting in Autumn 2021 in Amsterdam. WHEN: October 18 from 2.30 pm to 6.30 pm CEST WHERE: Amsterdam Hub of Luiss Business School, Nieuwe Herengracht 103 WHAT TO EXPECT? You will be among the first persons to discover Luiss Business School’s new Hub in Amsterdam.  On October 18, for the first time, the Hub will open its doors to welcome prospective students for tours led by Luiss Business School Staff. You will taste the inspiring atmosphere of walking around our campus and be a future student.You will join one-to-one information sessions with masters’ coordinators. During the meetings you will find answers to all your questions about the master’s programme offered by Luiss Business School and, if you are not sure about which one is right for you, you will be guided in your search for the master’s programme that best matches your career aspirations and aptitudes. Take the first step towards your career! Come and visit us, choose a time slot for your info session and take a stroll on the east side of the canal belt of Amsterdam to meet Luiss team and have a look at the new charming and historical hub. REGISTER The master’s programmes presented: Master in International ManagementMaster in Fashion, Luxury and Tourism Management – Major in Fashion & Luxury Business 10/11/2021

07 September 2021

Be a change leader: the post-Covid challenge of the Luiss Business School

This is the main goal addressed by Matteo Caroli, Associate Dean for internationalization, during the Graduation Day with the students of the international Masters: «It's your time to inspire». «You can achieve everything in life if you don't give up»: is the message of the student Jolda Tomani, during the Valedictorian Speech. «It's time to become change-agents». With this advice Matteo Caroli, Associate Dean for internationalization of the Luiss Business School, hailed the Graduation Day of the students of the nine international masters, edition 2018/2019. In the post-Covid world, while we're facing the effects of the pandemic on our economy and society, being a change leader, a person who can inspire personal and professional communities, will be a key factor for the years to come. «It's time to become change-agents in the evolution of your organizations and time to adapt yourself to the frequent changes and transformations», said professor Caroli, who recollected all the stages of the long path walked by the students. They improved their skills and acquired new ones, expanded their network and, by the end, they had «the opportunity to grow». Graduation Day is the final step in this educational path, but it is also «the starting point» for their personal and professional future development. This complex, dynamic and challenging environment requires change agents who can also be leaders of this New Normal time. Thus, Luiss Business School believes that «education is much more than what you learn; it is about how you think and how you act. Our daily commitment is to develop passionate and inspiring leaders who believe growth and entrepreneurship are essential to achieve great results». «Being here showed me that you can achieve everything in life if you don't give up – said Jold Tomani, student of Risk management and insurance, during the Valedictorian Speech. – After finishing my bachelor’s degree in Albania in Business Administration, I decided that I had to find an opportunity to attend the master abroad or not to do the master at all: being accepted with a full scholarship taught me that if you want something, you have to try and don't give up». Living abroad, without friends who speak your language and share the same culture, makes students grow in many ways and let them change their mindset. Thanks to all the experiences shared by professors and successful leaders, students can learn how to translate vision into reality. «The most important thing that I've gained from the master is the development of the soft skills – continued Tomani, who dedicated the degree to her father – I do believe that it is very important to strengthen the hard skills and doing the best in what you do. But if you don't have the soft skills to cooperate and communicate effectively with others, even the best product won't be sold. And the best product is ourselves». The Luiss Business School Alumni become ambassadors in all professional communities, in Italy and abroad. This is powered by the “Connect” community, an exclusive network platform where the Luiss Business School Alumni have the chance to keep on talking with their peers and colleagues, matching with new professional opportunities. Starting from the Graduation Day every is welcome to “Connect”, where all the photos of the ceremony are now available. Register now! 9/7/2021

22 March 2019

The LUISS Business School training course for the Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund on the starting blocks

Roberto Dandi, lecturer LUISS University Guido Carli and scientific director of the project, with the PPAF representatives - Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund Between 22 and 24 January 2019, the kick-off meeting of the project “Poverty Reduction through Rural Development in Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Neighboring Areas” was held in Islamabad. It was commissioned by PPAF - Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, funded by AICS - Italian Agency for Development Cooperation and Development Cooperation Department of the Italian Foreign Ministry, and then implemented by the LUISS Business School. The project will consist of 7 intensive training courses on various issues related to rural development and it will be aimed at 95 Pakistani representatives of the PPAF, at the PPAF partner organizations and at governments and local communities in the most vulnerable areas of Pakistan. The courses will be held at the LUISS Business School, as well as in Emilia Romagna, Puglia and Sardinia. Study visits to Italy will show participants the peculiar traditions, structures and innovations for the development of the country, which can be adapted in Pakistan. The expected results include the strengthening of planning and management capacities, the development of an integrated government-community approach within the territorial areas and improvements in areas such as health, education, tourism, local governance. 12/02/2019 

29 January 2019

Luiss Business School Milano Luiss Hub

Big Data Management for Executive, Food & Beverage Management, Privacy Governance, Digital Marketing and Social Media Communication, but also Energy industry - major of the Master in Management and Technology and Digital Business Strategy - major of the Master in Management and Technology: this is the range of Luiss Business School courses offered at the Milan Luiss Hub. The Milano Luiss Hub is a multifunctional space in the heart of the innovation district, founded on the collaboration between Luiss Guido Carli, the City of Milan, the Brodolini Foundation, and ItaliaCamp with the sponsorship of WIND-TRE and TERNA. The Milano Luiss Hub is a place of higher education and of school-work alternation; it is a startup incubator and an area dedicated to digital manufacturing. It is an industrial area of ​​about 1,600 square meters, now owned by the City, which had been abandoned and in disuse for years. It was restored, recovered and returned to the community after 16 months of renovations. It is located a stone's throw from Garibaldi FS Station and Piazza Gae Aulenti. The space welcomes managers, professionals, students, makers, and startuppers, promoting the exchange and sharing of ideas, networking and the creation of new forms of collaboration. A context that, thanks to these characteristics, facilitates the implementation of the managerial training objectives of Luiss Business School, which increasingly focuses on the current challenges of a global competitive scenario, which is digitized and extremely fast and requires developing a personal strategic vision in starting or retraining of one’s career. Discover the Luiss Business School at the Milano Luiss Hub! 03/12/2018

23 July 2018

The road to LUISS Business School: Donna, Full-time MBA Candidate from Indonesia

For me the MBA at LUISS Business School is intense  “The GROW FAST program is quite different from the other scholarships because it gives you an opportunity to really develop yourself after a very intensive and challenging path as the LUISS MBA”: Donna, Full-time MBA Candidate from Indonesia, is recipient of the first GROW FAST program. GROW FAST is an initiative part of GROW-Generating Real Opportunities for Women, a talent program aimed at promoting and improving personal and professional growth of outstanding women students.     "My name is Donna, I'm from Indonesia and my background is on marketing and I'm here as a recipient of the GROW FAST program. I see that this program is quite different from the other scholarships because this program gives you an opportunity to really develop yourself by giving you a professional opportunity after the MBA program. I think intensive is the word, it's quite intense the whole program, how it's structured and the schedule of the program is quite intense. I like the LUISS MBA program because how they structure the courses is not only about the hard skills but also emphasizes on the soft skills as well. So, it's not about only how to make money and profit, but also, the morality on making business decisions. The LUISS MBA program is intense". GROW FAST – Financing and Supporting Talents is an initiative that is part of GROW – Generating Real Opportunities for Women, designed and launched in a joint effort by Johnson & Johnson, Korn Ferry International and LUISS Business School. The GROW FAST initiative offers to a selected group of outstanding women: direct access to organisations eager to support talents in the development of their potential; an internationally accredited MBA at LUISS Business School, which provides a culturally relevant and professionally memorable experience in the heart of Rome; a fully sponsored accelerated track into the world of business with leading companies that pursue diversity and inclusion as key strategic assets. Discover GROW FAST  23/07/2018

18 July 2018

Major changes in the energy industry scene

Why the trends of future development of the energy industry scene require a critical and deeper understanding Insight by Federica Brunetta, Assistant Professor of Corporate Strategy and of Technology and Innovation Management, LUISS Guido Carli University and Scientific Coordinator of Energy Industry – Major of the Master in Management and Technology  The Energy Industry is at the center of the worldwide economic and social stage. According to the BP, energy outlook 2018, by 2040 the increasing prosperity in the fast-emerging economies, will lead more than 2.5 billion people to rise from low incomes. Combined with energy efficiency measures, this increase will drive a growth of one third in energy demand, especially in fast-growing economies, such as China and India. The rise will be pervasive, and impact on both industry and transports. While electric cars and smart and shared mobility will grow substantially, the power sector, with its rising electrification, will absorb 70% of the increase in primary energy. Another great shift will be in the energy mix, which by 2040 will be highly diversified: renewables will grow fastly, about 40% of the increase in primary energy and so will natural gas, in the light of the continuing expansion of liquefied natural gas (LNG).  Sustainability will be key, with carbon emissions requiring concrete actions to reach a real break from the past. We are therefore looking at major changes in the energy industry scene: these data only highlight some of the trends of its future, which also encompasses relevant challenges for current business models, innovation, digitalization, regulation and geopolitics. Each of these trends enacts a system of changes which require a critical and deeper understanding. The systemic dimension and the complexity of the energy industry are, indeed, one-of-a-kind. They require a well-grounded understanding of its elements, both theoretical and practical. Through its Major in energy industry, the Master in Management and Technology of LUISS Business School aims to transfer basic knowledge about the Energy industry as well as developing a thorough knowledge of the Energy ecosystem. We aim to teach how to use the data, not simply read them. Our students will learn managerial skills and develop an understanding of the environmental and societal dimensions required to guide their action as future players of this industry. Discover the program and participate in the next selection! DOWNLOAD BROCHURE 18/07/2018

05 July 2018

The road to LUISS Business School: Andres, Full-time MBA Candidate from Colombia

For me the MBA at LUISS Business School is multicultural  “Even if I studied finance, I really care about the human side of business and its social impact: that's why I chose this MBA”. A balance between hard skills and soft skills in a multicultural environment: Andres, Full-time MBA Candidate from Colombia, tells his journey to LUISS Business School. His story is signed by diversity, as a value driving teaching and learning, and a real experience to live in the classroom day by day. “My name is Andres Gallego, I'm from Colombia, I have experience in finance and project management. I have worked in banks, insurance companies and also developing different projects with social and environmental impact. When you are a foreigner, you maybe have not a very deep understanding of the Italian either the market or the Universities but when you start to analyze the different options that you have, you find the top five, the top three, the top two businesses schools in Italy and I found LUISS as part of it. So now I think that people call LUISS as the name but actually, what it means is a free-thinking University that works and is focused on social studies. So even if I studied finance, I really care about the human side of business, the impact and the development and at the end that's why I choose this University. They have really put an effort and a focus on developing not only their normal activities, the normal lectures, but they also have a really high focus on different activities where you have the chance to develop the soft skills and that's what I like the most. Inside the classroom you have as more representation of the world, for example, in this year edition we have one representative or more or less each continent of the world, so basically, you have the chance to meet people with different ideas, different background, different experiences but also different cultures. For me the MBA at LUISS Business School is multicultural”. The LUISS MBA offers the connections to your future whether your ambition lies in starting a business or changing a large organization, transforming your world or changing the wider world. Offering a personalized learning experience driven by diversity, the LUISS MBA is your platform for new business thinking. Discover the #LUISSMBA 05/07/2018 

01 June 2018

The road to LUISS Business School: Jean-Paul, Full-time MBA Candidate from Lebanon

For me the MBA at the LUISS Business School is challenging The international core of the LUISS Business School is the outcome of a learning experience driven by diversity, which makes the classrooms of Villa Blanc a place for growth and exchange, among talents from all around the world. The story of Jean-Paul is a journey from Lebanon to the Full-time MBA of the LUISS Business School: it talks about the essence role of training “to become people that can go in this world”. A journey between Soft skills, time management and the love for Rome!   “I am Jean-Paul, I am from Lebanon, I am a mechanical engineer. I came to the LUISS Business School to continue my studies. I choose the MBA at the LUISS Business School because honestly, I really liked Rome and I thought that this MBA would complement my studies: as mechanical engineer, I will have the financial and management competencies to complement my background. For me the most important thing is the fact that the program is very focused on the person and on the soft skills, so one person that goes out from the LUISS Business School is not only good in hard skills but has also the opportunity the develop his/her own personality, that is very important in any job. The aspect that I liked most during this MBA is the personal part: we are having courses of everything from different professors from all over the world, but for me this can be in any university. The LUISS MBA gives us a big plus and helps us in the fact that they work and they train us as to become people that can go in this world, to do everything and not only to stay behind a computer or do specific stuff. The MBA is very full and we have so many things to do, but the thing that We learned the most is about time how to manage our time. For me the MBA at the LUISS Business School is challenging.” The LUISS MBA offers the connections to your future whether your ambition lies in starting a business or changing a large organization, transforming your world or changing the wider world. Offering a personalized learning experience driven by diversity, the LUISS MBA is your platform for new business thinking. Discover the #LUISSMBA 31/05/2018

24 April 2018

A worldwide famous brand? A matter of quality and communication strategy

A very stimulating talk took place on April 10, 2018 when the students of the Master of Fashion & Luxury Management met Michele Consoli, Head of Communications of Talarico Cravatte. Lucia, student of the Master, shared with us the most interesting aspects of this successful “Made in Italy” company Michele Consoli, the very young marketing and Communications Manager of Talarico, explained to the Fashion and Luxury Management class the aspects of working in a truly “Made in Italy” company, and how to survive in this global, fast-growing industry. After a brief explanation of the authentic history of the company, Mr. Consoli gave us an overview about the tie market in Italy, a very niche area but that still has a high demand, about the main competitors, and their business model, which is both B2C and B2B. It was very interesting to know that Talarico is not only focused on ties anymore but it also expanded in foulards for women, an expansion driven by one simple but very essential principle: consistency. Indeed these products are perfectly consistent with the main offer, and above all, they are made with the same material of ties, silk. They are not interested in a larger expansion so far, what they want is to stay focused on their main product offering the best quality. He explained why their products are so unique, highlighting their handcrafted details, results of an excellent craftmanship work.  Thanks to this we were able to understand why the most powerful men in the world (Presidents, politicians, CEO, ambassadors) want to wear Talarico ties. Moreover, he shared a relevant focus on the marketing and communication strategy of the firm, based on a strong storytelling and characterized by the fact of preferring print advertising instead of digital one, in order to be more credible and increase the customers’ trust. The preference of this channel is also due to the type of target they aim to (+30 years old). However, the company has its own e-commerce, and all the most influent social media, such as Instagram and Facebook, this latter is the most relevant for them. Talarico represents a really “upstream” company, which is not interested in offering too many categories of products, or invest too much on Instragram advertising, they simply want to go on offering excellent and unique products, that can satisfy even the most demanding customers, 100% Italian qualities that make Talarico well-known and appreciated all around the world. This article was written by Lucia Zanone, student of the Master of Fashion & Luxury Management  24/04/2018

28 March 2018

Leader for Talent #L4T with Marco Sala, Chief Executive Officer International Game Technology PLC

He’s the CEO of one of the few Italian companies that has been shopping abroad in recent years, a company which is a world leader in the business in which it operates. Marco Sala, Chief Executive Officer of International Game Technology PLC will meet LUISS School International Masters’ students on the occasion of Leader for Talent – #L4T, a series of meetings with speakers from the corporate world. These meetings with business leaders of important organizations are oriented to management best practices and designed to offer students the opportunity to debate current business issues to enrich their professional and soft skills. Marco Sala is Chief Executive Officer of International Game Technology PLC (IGT), and serves on its Board of Directors. He is responsible for overseeing the strategic direction of the Company, which is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE:IGT). He works directly with the board and other senior management to establish long-range goals, strategies, plans, and policies. Prior to April 2015, Sala served as Chief Executive Officer of GTECH S.p.A. (formerly known as Lottomatica Group) since April 2009, and was responsible for overseeing all of the Company’s segments including the Americas, International, Italy, and Products and Services. He joined the Company as Co-General Manager in 2003, and since then, has served as a member of the Board of Directors. In August 2006, he was appointed Managing Director with responsibility for the Company’s Italian Operations and other European activities. Previously, he was Chief Executive Officer of Buffetti, Italy's leading office equipment and supply retail chain. Prior to Buffetti, Sala served as Head of the Italian Business Directories Division for SEAT Pagine Gialle. He was later promoted to Head of Business Directories with responsibility for a number of international companies such as Thomson (Great Britain), Euredit (France), and Kompass (Italy). Earlier in his career, he worked as Head of the Spare Parts Divisions at Magneti Marelli (a Fiat Group company) and soon after, he became Head of the Lubricants Divisions. Additionally, he held various marketing positions at Kraft Foods. Sala graduated from Bocconi University in Milan, majoring in Business and Economics. 28/03/2018

09 February 2018

Students of the Master of Fashion & Luxury Management meet Matteo Marzotto, President of Dondup

A very stimulating and inspiring talk took place on February 5, 2018 when the students of the Master of Fashion & Luxury Management met Matteo Marzotto, President of Dondup. Lucia, student of Master of Fashion & Luxury Management, participated in this meeting: this is her story.    “Matteo Marzotto, one of the most famous Italian managers and enterpreneurs, during his speech to the Fashion and Luxury Management class, dealt with all the aspects of this fascinating and fast growing industry. We retraced together his managerial career step by step, from the early beginning, when he started working directly on textile machines in order to learn all the secrets of the production process, to the successive achievements, which boast fashion companies such as Valentino S.p.A., Vionnet S.p.A. until he has become President of Dondup. He revealed finally a secret: experts, "genius" of fashion industry ... they do not exist! What really matters is the importance of studying to develop the right skills, acquiring complete knowledge of the fashion process and putting into practice your competencies in the best way. Furthermore, a good manager never forgets about the importance of sharing". The fashion industry is a very fascinating world, characterized by extremely complex mechanisms. It is a field undergoing continuous transformations, it is dynamic, demanding and requires concrete competencies. The next generation of managers of the fashion industry will have to possess a broad range of notions and information. During the lessons, the classrooms are transformed in meeting points between great professionals of this industry and students. Influent guest speakers provide candidates with a learning outcome made by high quality professional experiences, technical notions and compelling case studies to be inspired from. Students will be shown a 360° vision of the business scene of the fashion system and all the job opportunities will be described to inspire, incentivize and direct candidates to the fashion area more suited to their inclinations and capacities. 02/09/2018

04 December 2017

A focus on Sustainable Developments Goals with Caroline Kaeb

Among the LUISS Business School ERSHub (Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability Hub) activities, on November 10 MBA students had the chance to delve into sustainability issues with Caroline Kaeb (University of Connecticut, Human Rights Institute) Assistant Professor in Business & Human Rights that held a lecture about the United Nations Sustainable Developments Goals. The sustainable developments goals (featuring 17 goals and 169 key targets) were adopted in 2015 by 193 states in the UN General Assembly to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. Dr. Kaeb's presentation discussed the role of business in achieving these goals. Understanding this role better is premised on two important aspects: First, the realization that business is not operating in a vacuum, but rather that it is affected by the environment in which it operates. Business can only prosper in healthy societies and markets free of corruption, operating under the rule of law, and with functioning infrastructure, healthy workers, and consumers who can afford their products. Second, the understanding of the need for companies to be innovative and strategic in their corporate responsibility efforts, such as to leverage their core business capabilities to innovate around societal problems rather than focusing merely on charitable giving. The Sustainability Development Goals can provide a framework for business managers to apply their strategic thinking to issues of societal importance, which shape the environment in which business operates. Watch the video (Professor Kaeb's reference to the Sustainable Development Goals is a reference to the body of 17 SDGs) During the day, MBA students participated in a challenge launched by an NGO that operates in Senegalese and Gambian schools. The challenge’s goal was focused on education and wanted our students to find a way to help children to understand what Human Rights are about. Human rights are essential to democratic development and to citizenship education. By fostering an understanding of human rights to children, the higher education can strongly support to develop in the learning process attitudes of respect of equality and dignity. Watch the gallery 04/12/2017

13 November 2017

The LUISS Master of fashion students meet Isabel May, Director of Communications & Customer Experience of Mytheresa.com

On November 14, 2017, students of the Master of Fashion & Luxury Management will have the chance to meet Isabel May, Director of Communications & Customer Experience of Mytheresa.com. Mytheresa.com is an online shop for luxury and designer fashion. The mytheresa edit features clothing, bags, shoes and accessories from more than 200 international luxury designer brands such as Balenciaga, Burberry, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, and Saint Laurent, as well as key pieces from on-trend labels like Acne Studios, Isabel Marant, Mulberry, Roger Vivier, Proenza Schouler, By Malene Birger, plus many more. Mytheresa is one of the major online shops that deal with fashion and luxury with more than 200 of the world’s hottest designers; 500 New Arrivals a week from the latest runway collection; Exclusive womenswear fashion; Weekly editorials, presenting the newest trends and style inspiration; a fast, reliable delivery to over 120 countries within 72 hours. In 2014, mytheresa.com was acquired by Neiman Marcus Group LTD LLC, a luxury, multi-brand omni-channel fashion retailer. Isabel May has been working in the fashion and luxury sector for over 20 years. She joined mytheresa.com as Director Communications & Customer Experience after holding leadership positions in the luxury goods business at ESCADA and Swarovski. She holds a Master of Business Administration from the Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich.  She was co-founder and partner at the management consultancy brandlab, specializing in developing brand and marketing strategies for fashion brands and retail companies. In her role she is overseeing all communication activities including PR, events and social media as well as customer experience including brand collaborations, campaign planning, promotions, personal shopping and top client development. All LUISS Business School Masters offer the chance to meet influent guest speakers that provide candidates with a learning outcome made by high quality professional experiences, technical notions and compelling case studies to be inspired from. Meeting Isabel May and learning about mytheresa.com will help students to understand the business scene of the fashion system. Watch the gallery   13/11/2017

03 October 2017

Humanity, humility and friendship: LUISS MBA Elizabeth's experience

My most memorable experience of LUISS Business School is the humanity, humility and friendship of my classmates and the LUISS Business School staff. I have a degree in Law, and before my MBA, I worked as a lawyer for a firm in Venezuela. When I had to deal with the world of economics, it was complicated for me to understand, so I decided to do an MBA. In the beginning I was scared. While I have always been an excellent student, the world of economics was new to me, and I was terrified about not being able to achieve this challenge at the level I wanted to achieve. From the first day, every person on the campus made me feel that I was going to make it, and the fear changed into excitement and curiosity. The reputation of LUISS in Italy is WOW. I really liked the individual attention. You are not a number; you have a name and a personality. The most amazing resource of the school is the people who work every day to deliver the best experience possible. In December of my MBA year I broke my ankle. It was incredible the way every person in the program was worried about me and my health, the way my classmates helped me out not to lose a single class or project and the way the professors helped me understand every topic. That humanity was my best gift from this MBA. Following my MBA I joined the Dorna Group as legal counsel, a company producing the WorldSBK and MotoGP events. My MBA experience has helped me to be more effective in my job because I am able to discuss a large range of business topics with confidence. I am also much more willing to try new things, which has helped me to improve my performance both at work and in my personal life. My advice to prospective candidates is to live the program intensely. In the beginning it seems long, but it goes very fast. Experience the magic of Rome by taking a walk, using public transportation, drinking coffee in the campus bar where they are always smiling and eating near the campus in one of the many places with good food, good prices and a good environment. Also experience the beautiful architecture of the campus. Consider doing an exchange program; I went to Hong Kong and the experience was incredible. Finally, enjoy it. You are a professional looking for something more to be competitive in the job market. We study our whole life to get hard skills, but soft skills are the ones that will allow you to be different from the others. Develop them, make friends, learn from the professors and guests, talk with the university´s team, every person will give you advice that someday you will use. I lived many things during my time at LUISS Business School. Every single experience made me a better person. Even now that I am far from there, I will always feel part of LUISS Business School. 02/20/2017

17 July 2017

“The LUISS MBA? A Monumental Experience”: to take a step toward a Finance career, Rafael choose LUISS Business School

Prior to joining the LUISS MBA program, Rafael Da Cruz Bezerra studied electrical engineering in Brazil and France. Then he worked in Brazil and Mozambique in Procurement and Internal Control for Vale S.A., one of the world’s largest mining companies. When he decided that an MBA was the next step toward a Finance career, Rafael wanted to study on a prestigious course in Italy and found LUISS Business School. Describing his LUISS MBA experience, Rafael said, “What I like best about the program is that with the small class size we have really bonded together. In addition, I have enjoyed the marketing courses, even if my focus area is Finance. The most memorable part of my year so far has been participating in the Finance Competition in Milan. There my colleagues and I saw that our course preparation was equal to that of other business schools like London Business School, HEC Paris or Insead. I recommend participating in competitions like this as well as exchanges or electives with other business schools. These experiences are very rich, much more than I anticipated. They are great for networking and giving a broader vision of where other business schools focus. They are also good to see the strengths of our own school. Living in Rome has also been an important part of my experience. My one word description of Rome is 'monumental'.  Everything here is in a different scale and always very impressive. After this first impact you start to realize that there are a multitude of Rome’s, with so many places and facets to discover. I live just outside Rome in a little town called Paliano, and I come often into Rome. It is a great city in all senses: culturally, night life and personal life (people are extremely friendly). One more piece of advice for prospective students is to learn a little Italian to really discover Italy. It is so much more than the big cities (Rome, Milan….) and with so much to offer, not just in business. My MBA experience so far has been great. My goal after the MBA is to have a career in Finance.  In the meantime I am working hard to enjoy every minute of these 15 months through my classroom learning, through exchange experiences and through living in Rome.” 17/07/2017

20 June 2017

Achieving an Automotive Career Dream: Ernesto, Brand & Marketing Analyst at Renault Italy, after the LUISS MBA

Since I was young, I have been passionate about cars and the automotive industry. During my economic studies in Milan, I worked in “Mercedes-Benz Milano”, which confirmed my interest in this field. After my university studies, I needed something that could help me put into practice all the theory I had learned. After long research, I thought an MBA could help me develop diverse skills to apply in many different professional situations. So I started an Executive Master focused on the automotive Industry and then an MBA, both at LUISS Business School in Rome. The best part of the MBA program was the practical approach of the teaching methods and the 360° degree personal development. I especially liked the continuous combination of work on hard and soft skills. Soft skills help you identify your strengths and weaknesses and work ethic including communication, problem solving, leadership and team collaboration. Hard skills are the same for everyone; soft skills differentiate you. Without any doubt, the most memorable experience was the “MBA-life”: waking up early in the morning, focusing on our goals all day and studying in the evening. It was fun because we students became like a family. We were often together and shared joys and sorrows. I have known great people who are my best friends. It was really an unforgettable experience. Living in Rome was also an important part of this experience. It allowed me to cultivate my passion for walking, exploring new things including art exhibitions. Living in a multiethnic city, rich with art and history, expanded my personal culture.  Plus Rome is the capital of Italy, and many multinational companies, especially in the automotive industry, have headquarters in Rome. I completed the last six months of the MBA in Paris, where I attended courses at ESSEC Business School. I wanted to learn a new language and experience the French culture and business environment. Back in Italy, my dream was to work in an automotive company, and I did many job interviews.  LUISS played a key role at this stage because it supported and directed me toward the best choices. We had several “career service” meetings where we simulated job interviews, learning how to handle stressful situations such as those sitting in front of an HR manager. Finally Groupe Renault hired me, after four rounds of interviews, in three languages ​​ with several tests. Groupe Renault is the third largest automotive group in Italy, after Fiat and Volkswagen, and its “Renault Clio” is the most popular foreign car in Italy.  My role is Brand & Marketing Analyst, and my team is responsible for pricing and positioning strategies for the Italian market. To be more precise, we are responsible for the analysis of trends and their impact on vehicle demand, and we are modifying constantly our car prices to respond to competitors' strategies. We collaborate with other business units, and we respond directly to the global management team to improve information flows and update weekly sales forecasts. When prospective LUISS MBA candidates contact me now, I tell them that companies are no longer looking for people who are prepared, skilled or with several degrees. They are looking for people who can bring innovation, ideas and… value! The LUISS MBA is a very intense and difficult program, and at the end, you feel great discovering how you have grown. The LUISS MBA has been an important step for me to bring this value and to achieve my career dream.

19 June 2017

The kick off of the Field Project Work of the LUISS Part time MBA students with WIND|3

On June 9, the kick off meeting of the Field Project Work of the LUISS Part time MBA students. A conclusive challenge of this advanced training and career path entirely taught in English, which allows students to elaborate a business consulting project working side by side with employers. Giancarlo Mazza, Head of Marketing Large & Top Offer WIND|3 will be supporting a team of LUISS Part time MBA students in realizing a strategic Marketing Plan for Large Enterprise Segment in Telecommunications industry with specific focus on ICT and new technologies trends. Starting from market segmentation and competition analysis, the project engages students to provide a strategic-medium term recommendation for WIND|3 through a SWOT analysis and WIND|3 positioning evaluation. As Giancarlo Mazza stated: “With this project WIND|3 confirms its willingness to drive digital transformation in B2B using also competencies and skills coming from executive educational program”. This innovative learning experience – based on a pragmatic approach – aims to develop students’ knowledge, skills and attitudes facing real problems and proposing real solutions to business related issues. Thanks to the guidelines and the suggestions shared directly by a top leader in the industry, the field project is a unique opportunity for the students to deepen how a distinct sector performs and consequently realize the skills to improve for their own career path. 19/06/2017

12 June 2017

A dream to join a European fashion apparel company: Natasha, US to Italy with the LUISS MBA program

Natasha Kuzmanovic has a dream to join a European fashion apparel company. Building on 11 years’ experience, most recently as Director of Merchandising at the University of Southern California (USC, one of the largest NCAA teams in the United States), the LUISS MBA is preparing her with the business, industry and cultural skills to make this transition. “Once I started considering the possibility of moving to Rome, I began to research schools in Italy. Through word of mouth I learned that LUISS has an unparalleled reputation in the Italian business community. From the beginning it was apparent that being associated with LUISS carries a lot of weight in Italy, especially in Rome. This was the driving factor in my decision making process.” As an American living in Rome, Natasha appreciates the hard-working and balanced lifestyle.  “Living in Rome is a unique experience that combines magnificent art and history with the modern world. The lifestyle in Rome replicates this model of time standing still and dynamic progress.   People are eager to work hard as well as to slow down and enjoy a good meal or time with friends. I find this balance very refreshing after living in United States, where the emphasis is more often on work than anything else.  My experience in Rome has been that we get everything accomplished, and we hold each other accountable, while respecting the boundaries and the need for personal life.” The program elements that make a difference for Natasha are the structure, complex problem solving and class diversity.  “The program is well-structured because it provides a good balance of a strong academic foundation with practical knowledge. As a class, we are challenged to solve complex problems, to think critically, to connect the dots and to get out of our comfort zone. The class diversity is an incredible advantage. Different backgrounds, education levels, skill sets and experiences contribute to dynamic and challenging discussions and help maintain high standards. We learn as much from each another as we do from professors.  The class profile is high quality, and we are constantly raising the bar higher. For example, our presentations have gone from basic, simple, and uncertain to elaborate, comprehensive, engaging and creative works of art. The LUISS MBA has been an invaluable experience for me. It has changed my life for the better, and I feel confident that I can succeed in the job market. I started this program hoping to get any job and now feel the ball is my court, and I can go after my dream.  Taking a year to attend the LUISS MBA program is changing the playing field for my entire career.”