The Full-time MBA curriculum provides a multichannel approach that combines digital pills and discussing cases in the classroom to foster collaborative learning among students. The 12-month programme structure includes Core Disciplinary Areas, Electives, and a Field project along with Learning labs, Coaching programme, Career Service activities and International experience.
The core disciplinary areas provide students with conceptual framework, analytical and planning tools as well as techniques and methodologies that contribute to the application of a systematic approach to business management.
- Accounting and Control
- Business Law
- Corporate and Investment Banking
- Human Resource Management
- Organisational Design
- Operations Management
Electives allow students to customise their MBA. In order to enrich their curricula, students select both Functional Track and an Industry Focus to suit their needs and build a personal job profile.
Students can choose from a number of functional tracks in order to deepen their knowledge on a specific topic.
- Track Financial Management M&A
- Track Financial Management Advanced Cases in Business Valuation
- Track Financial Management Fintech and Corporate Finance
- Track International Business Entry Strategies in Foreign Markets
- Track International Business How to compete in Foreign Markets
- Track International Business Joint Venture and Alliances
- Track marketing Consumer Insights & Customer Experiences
- Track marketing Brand Equity management
- Track marketing Communication & Social Media Strategy
- Track Doing Business Doing business in Europe
- Track Doing Business Doing Business in the Brics – Leading international Business
- Track Doing Business Doing Business in the Middle East and North Africa
- Track Doing Business Doing Business in North America
Students customise their journey as they choose to focus on certain industries and tracks, to gain knowledge of the chosen sector, identify key players, and explore cutting edge trends. Electives may be subject to change to keep up with the changing business dynamics.
- Consumer Products and Retail
- Digital Markets
- Family Business
- Food & Wine
- Health and Pharmaceuticals
- Luxury and Fashion
- Media and Entertainment
- Smart Mobility
*The pool of electives and labs can defer in each year and are finalized based on demand, changing trends and business dynamics. Electives and Labs represent credit weightage which attribute to the MBA qualification
The Field Project is the last mandatory part of the MBA programme and consists in a project work paper. Every student can freely decide which kind of project work paper he/she wants to work on:
- Project Work within a Company or Institution
- Entrepreneurial Project
- Research Project
During the MBA programme, participants may attend the laboratories provided in the learning trajectory choosing between Megatrends and Life Skill Labs.
The Skill Labs are characterised by a highly experiential and practical methodological approach that aim to enhance soft skills and transversal skills. The goal is to achieve an overview of the business scenario and to acquire useful tools for personal and professional growth.
Luiss Business School is committed to help the students define their personal career strategy and achieve the goals, by providing tailored support and skills development.
One of the most successful initiative is the individual coaching programme: a unique personal experience that in a thought-provoking and creative process inspires the students to maximize their personal and professional potential, enhancing self-awareness and reflection about personal values, skills, desires and goals.
All Luiss Business School Coaches are certified by the International Coach Federation.
Due to its highly sensitive and personal nature, the Individual Coaching Programme is a discretionary activity for students.
- Personality Assessment
- Result of Personality Assessment
- Coaching Sessions