The second year of the Executive MBA dedicated to the personalisation of the program is divided into real majors with an indicative duration of 6-8 months (four 2-day modules), which guarantee a real in-depth study of topics of interest, in collaboration with exceptional partners such as ADL Consulting and Talent Garden.
Here are some examples of majors:
Students can decide to further personalise their EMBA by choosing some Elective courses, available both in Italian and English. The portfolio of electives incorporates the most innovative trends and the most leading-edge management issues.
Executive MBA elective courses are taught at the weekend: from Friday (10 am – 9 pm) to Saturday (9 am – 7 pm). To complete your Master, you must attend at least four elective courses of your choice. Here are some examples below:
- Risk Management & Operational Resilience
- Mergers & Acquisition
- Financial Risk Management
- Operations Improvement
- Corporate Restructuring
- Design Gym
- Intellectual property Management
- Circular Economy
- Self Empowerment
- Organizational Behaviour (advanced)
- Big Data & Analytics
- Industry 4.0
EMBA students can decide to further customize their learning path and obtain an Executive MBA with a specialization, such as Digital Tranformation, Innovation & Transformation, Sustainability & Risk Management, Leadership & Organizational Behaviour, Global Operations & International Business, Advanced Marketing Management.
For students who so wish, it will be possible to follow the optional additional Elective courses via streaming.
Elective Courses may vary as they accomodate the latest trends on business.
Alternatively or in addition to an Elective course, EMBA students may apply to the “Doing Business in” programme, the International Week or Exchanges.
The course takes place at a Business School partner with the aim of getting an in-depth view of the socio-economic characteristics of the host country. During the week, lectures with the partner university’s Faculty members are alternated with educational visits to local and multinational companies, with the aim of studying success stories and understanding the problems of multicultural management.
Also available is an opportunity to attend the “Doing Business in” programme in Silicon Valley, with the aim of developing a greater sensitivity towards the themes of innovation and entrepreneurship through a series of lectures and meetings with managers and professionals working in some of the most innovative companies in the world.
There is also the opportunity to enrich your education by applying for one or more three-day Elective courses at European Business Schools in order to tackle internationalisation from all angles and meet executives who have faced the internationalisation process and will discuss related critical issues and opportunities.
Among our Business School partners are: