International Management

Course Information
  • Subject: Management, Business
  • Level: Postgraduate
  • Type of Degree: MSc
  • Cost: €12,000 2015/16

The sneakers that you wear were probably manufactured in Southeast Asia, the software that you just downloaded from the web could have been developed in India, and your phone or tablet most likely was designed in the US and assembled in China. What does it mean to live and work in such an integrated world? How do companies compete and interact in this landscape?

Students fascinated by such questions, with a strong interest in world affairs, international business and finance, and the connections between them, will find an in-depth programme in the MSc in International Management, that provides the opportunity to study companies in a global context.

The MSc in International Management is a graduate programme designed to give you the tools required to understand the global world we live in, training prospective managers and entrepreneurs to make a major contribution to the performance of organisations of all types around the world, while applying the ideas of responsible and sustainable futures to business operations in practice.

Career Options

Students graduating from this Master of Science typically pursue careers with an international outlook at: 

  • Large multinational firms, in a variety of departments and in different roles that require knowledge about cross-border management and international functional strategies such as global sourcing, international marketing and finance 
  • Consulting firms, in particular for tasks involved in cross-border consulting projects 
  • Small and medium enterprises (SMEs), as business development managers, export managers or expatriate managers to contribute to the expansion of the SME in foreign markets 
  • Companies operating in symbol-intensive markets, reflecting the unique abilities Italian firms are known for on a global scale 
  • Research centers and educational institutions making a significant contribution, due to the systemic and interfunctional knowledge of how firms operate 
  • Government agencies


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