At the end of the Core Courses, the great flexibility of the Flex EMBA allows you to customise your EMBA study plan and choose between different elective courses, delivered in Italian with up to half of them in English.
The Elective lessons are face-to-face, characterised by a strong experiential aspect and based on action learning.
Flex EMBA students will have the opportunity to interact directly with participants on the other EMBA courses at MIP, as well as students from foreign partner business schools.
Each Elective course is made up of 1 WEEKEND (Friday and Saturday) and, to make your Executive MBA more specialised, you can choose from a minimum of 4 up to a maximum of 6 out of the following list of courses:
- Risk Management & Operational Resilience
- Mergers & Acquisition
- Management of Internationalization
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- Family Business Management
- Financial Risk Management
- Operations Improvement
- Global Supply Chain Management
- Sales Management
- Brand Management
- Management of Information Systems
- Business Law
- Bio-Marketing E-commerce
- Change & Knowledge Management
- Corporate Restructuring
- Digital Transformation
- Design Gym
- Intellectual property Management
- Advanced Project Management
- The tech future of the financial industry
- Industry 4.0
- Big Data & Analytics
- Sustainability Management
- Circular Economy
- Energy Management
- Self Empowerment
- Organizational Behaviour advanced
- Diversity & multi-cultural Management
Once the selection of the students’ preferences has been compiled, a maximum of 20 of the Elective courses listed will be initiated, each with a minimum of 10 participants.
For students who so wish, it will be possible to follow the optional additional Elective courses via streaming.
Courses may be subject to variations.
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.
For example, the “Doing Business in” programme in Silicon Valley aims to develop a greater sensitivity towards the themes of innovation and entrepreneurship through a series of lectures and meetings with institutions, universities, 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
- Audencia (Nantes, France)
- EADA (Barcelona, Spain)
- MCI Management Center (Innsbruck, Austria)
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