International Weeks are intensive study weeks spent in Italy or abroad organized by Luiss Business School or its partner universities. Proposed initiatives involve various business-oriented activities, including workshops, lectures by guest speakers, group works and learning tours. Participants will closely cooperate with students, professors and industry leaders from different backgrounds and countries. International Weeks are unique opportunities for students who aspire to work in a global market and to learn about best-practice in different countries.
MBA International Week
Every year, the MBA International Week brings together talented students from Luiss Business School and international schools. Over the course of a week, participants work in multicultural teams on a business case launched in collaboration with a leading Italian company of a specific sector. Activities that will take place during the week feature workshops held by guest speakers from Luiss Faculty and the partner company, as well as company visit.
The best project work, assessed by members of Luiss Faculty and the partner company, will have the chance to win a prize awarded by the company involved.
The event is held annually in September in Rome at the Luiss Business School, Villa Blanc, Via Nomentana 216, 00162, Rome.
MIM International Study Week
The International Study Week of the Master’s in International Management (MIM) is an international study and exchange project born from the network between four leading higher education institutions:
- Luiss Business School (Rome, Italy).
- Nottingham Business School (Nottingham, United Kingdom).
- Tilburg University (Tilburg, The Netherlands).
- Católica Porto Business School (Porto, Portugal).
During the same week, each School in the Network hosts an intensive study week focused on a specific sector and including academic sessions, company visits and cultural visits. Students selected by each Institute will be able to take part in the activities organised at one of the Schools involved.
Available slots abroad are assigned to students from the Major in International Management as follows:
- 5 slots at Nottingham Business School.
- 5 slots at Tilburg University.
- 5 slots at Católica Porto Business School.
Students of the Major in International Management who will not participate in the exchange can attend activities organised at Luiss Business School in Rome together with international students.
Full details concerning the initiative will be provided in class during the academic year. Travel and accommodation costs are borne by participants.
How to participate
The MIM International Study Week is open to students enrolled in the Major in International Management at Luiss Business School and to students at the Network Schools.
Luiss Business School Students
During the academic year, the International Development Office will outline all main details concerning the initiative, the Call for Applications, and the selections process.
- English proficiency, B2 level minimum.
- Average grade of exams passed in the first term.
Students from Schools in the Network
Selection is carried out individually by each school of the network. Interested international students should refer to their School’s International Office.