Why the Master in International Management?
The Master in International Management (MIM) is a unique program aimed at young graduates motivated to become global managers. It combines theory with practice, bridges academia and industry and integrates hard and soft skills. The MIM Program blends traditional courses with Learning Labs to promote critical thinking and push students to think systematically about culturally- and intellectually-demanding tasks.
This program exposes students to top academics and seasoned executives to develop the business skills required to operate in international contexts. The MIM Program will build on your passion for excellence and take you out of your comfort zone. You will learn management concepts and frameworks and apply them to real world situations. Ideal candidates are dynamic and open-minded, enthusiastic about international challenges and willing to work with a multi-cultural and diverse cohort.
The Master in International Management (MIM) is a one-year, practice-oriented program that aims to prepare talented graduates to kick-start their international careers.
The MIM Program merges academic rigor with practical relevance to offer students a unique learning experience. Through interactive lectures, live case discussions, field projects and group work, the MIM equips students with frameworks, tools and techniques to build the skill set required for international management challenges.
Learning methods and key courses
- Top managerial education
- Combination of lectures and labs
- Field project
- Accounting, finance and business law
- Cross-cultural management
- International marketing, strategy and business development
- Made in Italy
The Master in International Management welcomes recent graduates from a variety of study disciplines and cultural backgrounds. This ranges from those with no business experience looking for a degree program that act as bridge to the real world as well as candidates with up to two years of business background who seek in-depth knowledge of how theory applies to the real world.
Richard Tee, Assistant Professor at the Management Department of LUISS University
Luca Giustiniano, Full Professor of Organization Studies, LUISS Guido Carli
Howard Gospel, Professor of Management, King’s College, University of London
Luca Pirolo, Head of Masters Programmes, LUISS Business School
Andrea Prencipe, Rector of LUISS Guido Carli
Paolo Spagnoletti, Associate Professor in Information Systems and Organization, LUISS Guido Carli