The International Experience includes international oriented activities and experiences that allow students to see through the lens of an international perspective and mindset. International opportunities contribute both to the personal and professional growth of students, stimulating linguistic and social skills, the sharing of ideas, best practices and skills, and the development of an international business-oriented network.
Each opportunity is designed consistently with the study path undertaken at the Luiss Business School.
Here are some examples of the initiatives planned.
For more information, please visit the International Experience website.
Global Business Challenges
Luiss Business School Global Business Challenges aim to connect students from Italian and international business schools on issues proposed by leading companies. The Global Business Challenges are addressed to Luiss Business School Masters students and Postgraduate students from foreign universities and schools that will be guided in developing skills instrumental to creating new opportunities and stronger businesses, tacking social and economic challenges.
The purpose is to create a managerial education experience fostering critical thinking and enabling students to acquire the ability to translate academic knowledge into concrete action.
Business Case Competition
Team-based business case competitions for testing and developing entrepreneurial, managerial, and problem-solving abilities in cross-country issues. Opportunities will be presented during the academic year.
The International Week is one of the most awaited events among Luiss partner schools. The International Week is an annual event that focuses on “Made in Italy,” the most recognized brands and companies worldwide. Over the course of a week, participants work in multicultural teams on a business case launched in collaboration with a leading Italian company in a specific sector. The International Week is open to all MBA students around the world.
Students that meet specific requirements can participate in an international experience abroad in one of the partner Business Schools. Exchange opportunities are also offered to students from other partner schools who are hosted within projects that involve Luiss Business School students. The list of opportunities, as well as the partner schools, may vary from year to year. Please refer to the information that will be provided to students by the dedicated offices.
For more information, please visit the exchange programme website.
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Luiss Business School, through its International Development Office, offers students a short international opportunity to accommodate family and work schedules. Most short programmes have waived fees, and they might vary depending on partnership collaborations and class availability yearly. A limited number of students will be selected to participate based on various criteria presented during the academic year. Registration procedures, requirements, and partner school information will be provided during the academic year.
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Alternative Term at Amsterdam Hub
Students may opt to attend courses scheduled at the Luiss Business School campus in Amsterdam. MBA colleagues from different cohorts have the opportunity to network with exchange students coming from partner business schools in an international and stimulating environment.