Master’s Degree Programme in International Management
Objectives of the Master’s Degree Programme in International Management
The Master’s Degree Programme in International Management (MIM) is a unique programme aimed at young graduates motivated to become global managers. It combines theory and practice, bridges academia and industry, and integrates hard and soft skills. The MIM Programme blends traditional courses with learning labs to promote critical thinking and push students to think systematically about culturally and intellectually demanding tasks.
This programme exposes students to top academic executives to develop the business skills required to operate in international contexts.
The Programme offers its best candidates the chance to obtain a double degree from Burgundy School of Business, in France or Zagreb School of Economics and Management, in Croatia, attending one semester at Luiss Business School and one abroad.
Students will learn throughout interactive lectures, live case discussions, field projects and group work, thus acquiring the tools and techniques necessary to build the skill set required for international management challenges.
The Programme is held in Rome, at the Luiss Business School
Diploma and ECTS
The Master in International Management is a one-year Master of Science equivalent to “Master Universitario di I livello” in accordance with the Italian university system. It provides students with at least 60 ECTS – European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System. At the end of the Programme, the Master’s Diploma “Master Universitario di I livello” will be conferred to participants who have passed exams or others assessment tests envisaged in the study program.
Target audience of the Master’s Degree Programme in International Management
The Master’s Degree Programme in International Management is aimed at recent graduates — or those graduating soon — from a variety of cultural backgrounds.
The programme puts students on career paths in a wide range of organisations such as:
- Consulting firms
- Industrial multinational firms
- Institutions for foreign trade
- National and international public administration and policy organisations
- Small- and medium-sized firms that pursue internationalisation strategies
- Universities or other organisations contributing to international research projects
Direction and Coordination
Roberto Maglione, Professor of Practice, Luiss Business School