The International Full Time MBA program is now offered in Official Partnership with International and National Companies offering key involvement through project works, company sponsorships and placement opportunities. The list of MBA Partner Companies includes Ariston Thermo Group, Banale, Banca Mediolanum, Barilla, Boston Consulting Group, Candy Hoover, ConTe, Costa Crociere, Decathlon, EF – Education First, Fire, Hilti, IBM, lastminute.com Group, Eli Lilly, Luxottica, Microsoft, Moleskine, Moncler, OTB, Ouvert, Sirti, Whirlpool, Unicredit and many more coming on board in the future.
THE INTERNATIONAL FULL TIME MBA
A Top MBA program designed with Official Partner Companies
Intake: September 2019
Length: 12 months
Required degree: 3 years Bachelor degree (minimum 180 ECTS) and 3 years of work experience
Tuition fee: € 34.000
MBA Admissions Main Contacts
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WHY CHOOSE US
5 REASONS TO CHOOSE THE INTERNATIONAL MBA AT MIP POLITECNICO DI MILANO
Here are the top 5 Reasons why the International MBA at MIP Politecnico di Milano will be a game-changer for you.
The International MBA program is offered in official collaboration with multinational and Italian companies offering company sponsorships as well as project work and job opportunities to candidates. The program is redesigned by and for companies to prepare the "manager of the future" who is capable of solving the cross-functional, multidimensional and complex problems that the corporate world of today faces.
The MBA Partner Companies will have key involvement in the program right from the start through networking events, mentorship, business seminars and funding opportunities for candidates.
- Designed to train the ‘manager of the future’ capable of addressing cross functional, multi-dimensional and complex problems
- Focus on new and emerging technologies in management
- Unique Training Formula: technological Know-how combined with managerial skills
- 4 Fundamental Elements: analytical approach to problem solving, innovation & futuristic technology, balance of hard and soft skills, close collaboration with companies
- Diversified Teaching Methodology: digital learning, interactive lessons, business cases, group activities, business seminars by companies, outdoor training, assessment centre, business games and business plan
- Focus on specialising in new-age management specialisations: Nine different boot camps to join and learn from
- During the MBA program students will have the opportunity to experience an intensive one-week study tour in the Silicon Valley, whose purpose is to expose students to its ecosystem and deepen their understanding of entrepreneurship and cutting-edge topics
- Small class size with an optimal teacher-student ratio and effective peer-to-peer learning
- Opportunity to learn the Italian language during the program
MIP's Career Development Office (CDO) is one-of-a-kind and is dedicated to providing a highly personalised service to each MBA student. The CDO provides guidance and assistance so as to best prepare the candidate for the recruitment process with the MBA Partner Companies as well as all the companies in our network. The CDO’s goal is to provide the MBA students with the right opportunities to grow in their post-MBA career.
To provide MBA students with focused career development support tools for reconfirming, realigning and self-defining contextual career decisions.
To support students in developing their competitive advantage in the post-MBA recruitment processes.
Job Opportunties Sources
New Job Opportunities found by Career Service/School: 57%
New Job Opportunities found by graduates: 43%
Project Work Locations
13% outside Italy
87% inside Italy
The current International MBA class is composed of 19 different nationalities with candidates coming from different academic, professional and cultural backgrounds. The experience is truly international thanks to the many short- and long-term exchange opportunities in France, Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Hong Kong, China, India, Australia, USA and UK.
The International MBA at MIP is also a unique opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs. The program offers the platform to build on your own entrepreneurial idea and test it in front of real investors and business angels. Candidates will have access to PoliHub - Politecnico di Milano's in-house start-up incubator to develop their own business venture or new product idea, recently ranked second in Europe and third in the world by UBI Global.
MBA Placement Statistics
- Post-Graduation Placement: 95% of graduates seeking employment found a new job within eight months after graduation
- Job Sector Change: 80%
- Eli Lilly
- Lastminute.com Group
- Tesla Motors
- Job Opportunities Sources
New Job Opportunities found by Career Service/School: 57%
New Job Opportunities found by graduates: 43%
- Average Post-MBA Base Salary: USD 74,184
- Average Base Salary Increase after 3 years of graduation : 75% to 100%
*Source: Financial Times Ranking
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Candidates will gain the knowledge and understanding of basic business concepts and management functions like marketing, finance, human resource management, supply chain, innovation and project management, digital transformation & business law. These core topics will be delivered completely online using our advanced digital learning platform.
Candidates will attend face-to-face lectures with world class faculty and industry experts to further deepen their understanding of topics covered in the phase. This part of the program involves putting the concepts learnt in the Digital Basics phase into practice during business cases and practical assignments involving complex, cross-functional and multi-industry problems.
The Management Boot Camps are designed to offer practical learning modules which are organised by company officials and industry experts. This phase will allow candidates to put into practice what they have learnt theoretically in the previous phases and get into direct contact with experienced managers and top level executives to learn how to solve complex real world problems inside companies.
The Management Boot Camp will allow candidates to learn about emerging management topics under the mentorship of industry experts and company officials from the MBA partner companies and several other companies in MIP’s corporate network. Candidates will work on 9 different boot camps (1 week each) based on a range of emerging topics in business which they can also club together with an optional Silicon Valley Experience.
This phase is organised in two parts:
Developing Your Advanced Skills (compulsory)
The Advanced skills courses are transversal in nature giving a cross-functional view of business.
- Finance in Action
- Sales Strategy in Action
Addressing Complex Business Challenges (electives)
The Complex Business Challenges courses focus on new and emerging management topics.
Students can choose a minimum of 7 courses among the following:
- Sustainability and Business Ethics
- Circular Economy
- Before Going Global: International Market Assessment
- Going Global: Managing an International Business
- Industry 4.0
- Big Data & Analytics
- Luxury & Made in Italy Excellence
- Design Thinking: a Journey from Meanings to Solutions
- Lean Start-up Lab
- Soft Skills Program
- Students will have the opportunity to choose one of the international weeks as part of the seven elective boot camps:
- Silicon Valley Experience
- International week @IPADE (Mexico City)
- International week @BUA (Beijing)
The final phase of the program is the in-company project work wherein each candidate will work on a full-time project inside one of the official partner companies. This phase allows the candidates to gain first-hand experience in a leading international company gaining insights on best practices and processes. The project work offers the opportunity to candidates to gain hands-on experience but also to showcase their skills and talent to possible future employers.
The Project Work is a full-time, three-month experience working inside one of the MBA company partners or other companies in the school’s corporate partner network. This is the opportunity for students to experiment and apply the content learnt during the classroom component of the course to real-life situations. It is not the “usual internship” as it is a project that sets tasks to complete and goals to fulfil and is tailored to meet both the needs of the company and the student. In fact, companies actually make an investment in the student and hence it is in their best interest to dedicate a great deal of attention to both the project and student. The project work may actually lead to a job offer in the host company at the completion of the project.
Academic study is only one part of what we see as complete development for the MBA participant. During the MBA Program, students will also acquire soft skills and tools that will help them not only to make the most of their personal investment in the MBA, but also continue to develop relational capabilities throughout their career.
Every year, MIP participates in the Clean Technology Challenge, a student competition hosted jointly by London Business School and University College London that seeks to encourage ideas for the generation of new sources of sustainable energy, increase the efficiency of the existing generation and develop new, easily adopted products that will result in lower energy consumption. For the past three years running, MIP teams have entered the finals.
MIP 4 Entrepreneurs
An MBA at MIP is also a unique opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs. Ideas that pass the feasibility check will be granted with three months (final Project Work) of full service business incubation in PoliHUB: The start-up incubator & district of Politecnico di Milano
- 3,000 square metres of new facilities at walking distance from MIP
- An environment hosting currently more than 40 start-ups and young entrepreneurs
- Ranked #3 among University Incubators worldwide by UBI Index
The MIP faculty is made up of professors with extremely diverse professional and educational backgrounds, further complemented by a dedicated teaching staff.
Faculty members, many of whom are succesful professionals in their own right, draw on their own consulting work and the immense research facilities of the Politecnico di Milano to provide, up-to-date, diverse and relevant material for lectures and business cases, and routinely strive to be readily accessible to students, and to make classroom time a rewarding and excting experience.
Additionaly, the faculty is composed of a large number of international members, which is further representative of the highly gloablised environment of the school.
The MBA program begins in September of each year and has a duration of 12 months which includes: 1st term, 2 months online distance learning. 2nd term, 3 months on campus. 3rd term, 3 months on campus with companies. 4th term, 3 months final Project Work and graduation. The MBA course is held entirely in English, however we recognise the importance of speaking Italian and therefore we provide, as part of the course, Italian language lessons during the Basics in Action phase. Our primary aim is to give our participants strong competencies and skills for their entire career. In order to pursue this goal, the MBA Program is based on 4 pillars: Basics in Digital, Basics in Action, Management Boot Camp and the Project Work. Download the MBA brochure for details. MBA students are expected to give priority to their MBA studies. Generally, they will be involved in classes for around 6 hours a day. Apart from classroom sessions, MIP places great importance on complementary curricula and students should view this as an opportunity for further growth and practical experience. The International MBA is a program which responds to today’s business needs. The unique training formula combines technological know-how with management skills and incorporates 4 fundamental elements: Analytical approach to problem solving. Innovation and technology. Development of interpersonal and soft skills to create well-rounded candidates. Close collaboration with our wide company network. The diversified teaching methodologies include: interactive lessons, business cases, group activities, business seminars, outdoor training, assessment centre, business games and business plan. Each core subject and concentration finishes with a final exam and an evaluation will also be made of the Project Work based on the feedback of the in-company tutor and MIP tutor. Students will also give a final presentation on their own Project Work. Grading is according to the Italian system. All students undertaking the MBA will be sent online pre-courses to update their skills and knowledge prior to beginning the MBA. These courses need to be finished before course commencement; however, the students may follow them in their own time and at their own pace. Just living in Italy presents so many possibilities for learning Italian and each person’s progress will depend greatly on the effort they put in. MIP also offers students the encouragement and assistance needed to gain confidence in the language, providing Italian classes during the Basics in Action phase. Over the years, MIP has had many MBA students from all sorts of language backgrounds who have achieved excellence in the language. Yes! We have a range of exchanges available and these vary in duration from 1 week to 3 months. There is also a dual degree program, where participants are awarded two qualifications from two institutions. In the shorter programs, students will undertake some electives during the exchange. Our partner schools come from the world over and we are constantly seeking out new agreements to offer our students a wide choice in terms of country, duration and the types of electives to study. We recommend that each student has their own laptop for their own convenience. It is not an essential item at school since study areas are provided with PCs, however, students may be required to do homework on a laptop.
For Italians or students with complete fluency in Italian, we offer Business English courses.
These activities include field experiences such as in-company projects, business games, entrepreneurial projects and competitions, as well as business seminars with company representatives and alumni talks. Attendance is compulsory for most of these activities.
For an updated partner schools list – see the section International Partners.
The MBA program begins in September of each year and has a duration of 12 months which includes:
1st term, 2 months online distance learning.
2nd term, 3 months on campus.
3rd term, 3 months on campus with companies.
4th term, 3 months final Project Work and graduation.
The MBA course is held entirely in English, however we recognise the importance of speaking Italian and therefore we provide, as part of the course, Italian language lessons during the Basics in Action phase.
Our primary aim is to give our participants strong competencies and skills for their entire career. In order to pursue this goal, the MBA Program is based on 4 pillars: Basics in Digital, Basics in Action, Management Boot Camp and the Project Work. Download the MBA brochure for details.
MBA students are expected to give priority to their MBA studies. Generally, they will be involved in classes for around 6 hours a day. Apart from classroom sessions, MIP places great importance on complementary curricula and students should view this as an opportunity for further growth and practical experience.
The International MBA is a program which responds to today’s business needs. The unique training formula combines technological know-how with management skills and incorporates 4 fundamental elements:
Analytical approach to problem solving.
Innovation and technology.
Development of interpersonal and soft skills to create well-rounded candidates.
Close collaboration with our wide company network.
The diversified teaching methodologies include: interactive lessons, business cases, group activities, business seminars, outdoor training, assessment centre, business games and business plan.
Each core subject and concentration finishes with a final exam and an evaluation will also be made of the Project Work based on the feedback of the in-company tutor and MIP tutor. Students will also give a final presentation on their own Project Work. Grading is according to the Italian system.
All students undertaking the MBA will be sent online pre-courses to update their skills and knowledge prior to beginning the MBA. These courses need to be finished before course commencement; however, the students may follow them in their own time and at their own pace.
Just living in Italy presents so many possibilities for learning Italian and each person’s progress will depend greatly on the effort they put in. MIP also offers students the encouragement and assistance needed to gain confidence in the language, providing Italian classes during the Basics in Action phase. Over the years, MIP has had many MBA students from all sorts of language backgrounds who have achieved excellence in the language.
Yes! We have a range of exchanges available and these vary in duration from 1 week to 3 months. There is also a dual degree program, where participants are awarded two qualifications from two institutions. In the shorter programs, students will undertake some electives during the exchange. Our partner schools come from the world over and we are constantly seeking out new agreements to offer our students a wide choice in terms of country, duration and the types of electives to study.
We recommend that each student has their own laptop for their own convenience. It is not an essential item at school since study areas are provided with PCs, however, students may be required to do homework on a laptop.
MIP Career Services is one-of-a-kind and is dedicated to providing a highly personalised service to each International MBA student.
Career Service activities and support span the whole program and also continue post-MBA in the form of guidance and assistance during the recruitment process, with a view to providing MBA students with the right experience and opportunities to grow their post-MBA career.
Click here to hear about the story of Sara Mojdehi, one of our MBA alumni who did her Project Work at AT Kearney.
MIP enjoys collaboration with a broad company network (examples below). As a part of its Career Service activities, MIP engages companies and representatives in Project Work, Business Plan, various managerial seminars and in-class presentations and post-MBA recruitment activities.
- BNP Paribas
- Eli Lilly
- Ernst & Young
- FCA Fiat Chrysler
- Ferrero Group
- General Electrics
# of companies involved: ca. 400
# Career Workshops: 14
# of Career Days: 3
# of PW offered: 105
# of interviews organized: 560
Average of interviews per student: 9
Not the “usual internship”, Project Work is a full-time, three-month experience working inside a company or consultancy firm and is an opportunity for students to experiment and apply the content learnt during the classroom component of the course to real-life situations. Students have set tasks to complete and goals to fulfil, and the project is tailored to meet both the needs of the company and the student.
Project Work can be considered the first step into an MBA career as these positions may actually lead to a job offer in the host company at the completion of the project.
About 13% of project work experiences are held abroad, while 87% take place in Italy.
The Career Development Office is glad to inform all current MIP students that MIP has recently partnered with a number of Global Career Networks, listed below:
- Going Global
International Full Time MBA students will have the opportunity to work with these agencies to enhance the display of their profile and to gain more exposure in the work market.
CARNET – THE BUSINESS SCHOOLS CAREER NETWORK
MIP has become a member of Carnet, a careers network formed by an alliance of 13 top European business schools. The careers services of the Carnet schools work together to share best practice, provide networking opportunities for students and a portal for employers wishing to recruit MBA and postgraduate students.
The International MBA experience is in itself a great opportunity for personal and professional growth and Personal Development is a key program component. The Personal Development (PD) sequence runs throughout the MBA and is closely linked to the work of the Career Service. The activities carried out by PD support the academic component of the course through assisting students in acquiring the skills needed for applying the classroom-learnt conceptual models and to continue independently with their lifelong learning.
Personal Development activities
include the following:
- Personal Development lectures
- Public speaking workshops
- 1-2-1 interviews and personalised feedback sessions
- CV writing skills
- Development of job search strategies
- Language courses in Italian or English taught by certified professionals
- Outdoor Training or off-campus team-building activities designed to develop soft skills
Applications for the September 2019 intake are now open.
Admission to the MBA is limited to a predetermined number of students. This ensures the optimal development of each student while enriching the group’s learning process. All elements of the online application are carefully studied, so we highly recommend that you fill it out carefully and provide us with any extra material you believe might help your candidature.
Activate the Online Application, uploading your updated CV/resume and your passport/ID card. You will also need to pay the application fee, which can be paid online on the application platform itself. You must upload at least your updated CV and passport for initial activation of the application, while the rest of the documents can be sent after the motivational interview.
You will be informed whether you have been selected for the Motivational Interview and MIP Test by our admissions team in due time.
(Candidates with a valid GMAT score of 590 or higher will not have to sit for the MIP Test)
- University Degree or equivalent from an accredited institution
- Official University Transcripts
- MIP test (not mandatory for candidates with a GMAT score of over 590)
- GMAT/GRE score if available (optional but highly recommended)*
- Certificate of English Proficiency*
- Motivational statement**
- 2 letters of reference (optional)
- Copy of Passport or ID
- Digital Photo
* If you wish to send your scores directly to MIP, please note that our school code is 7455
**Choose the format that works for you.
To explain your motivations for undertaking an MBA and show the Admissions Committee that you are the right fit for MIP, you can decide to submit either a traditional essay or a slide presentation (there is no prescribed minimum or maximum length for either) as a motivational statement. Please make sure to convert your piece (Word or PowerPoint) into a PDF file to upload it on the application platform.
Once the Admissions Team receives feedback from the interviewer, your application will be evaluated and then presented to the Admissions Committee, who then decides whether to accept or reject each candidate. The selection is based on the evaluation of the professional and academic background, motivational interview performance with the Admissions Team and an aptitude test score (GMAT/GRE/MIP Test). The selection process assesses the profile of the individual candidate while taking into account the composition of the MBA class, which must be consistent with the quality and diversity the school requires. Acceptance is based on the ability to excel, not only academically, but also in the business community and the school does not provide individual answers to non-admitted candidates. You will be advised by e-mail of the final decision on your application.
THE IDEAL MIP MBA CANDIDATE
The ideal candidate has developed skills through professional experience and is looking to expand their skill set and extend their knowledge through meaningful study and practical work. Candidates should be ready to stretch their minds and be challenged in real-world business situations and should possess the talent and motivation to excel in their chosen careers. Ambition, independence and humility are also highly desirable characteristics and finally, we are looking for people who are highly motivated to bring their own personal contribution to the class and to promote diversity.
MBA candidates must possess, as a minimum, a Bachelor degree, 3 years of work experience, and fluency in the English language.
In order to make an application, candidates must supply the following:
- Online Application
- €150 application fee (non-refundable)
- Curriculum vitae
- Copy of university degree or equivalent from an accredited institution
- Copy of official university transcripts
- GMAT score (MIP school code 7455) or GRE (optional)
- MIP test score
- Certificate of English Proficiency. We accept TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (C1) or Certificate of Proficiency in English (C2) (MIP school code 7455). Exceptions will be made for native speakers and certain candidates with previous experience living, working or studying in an English-speaking context.
- 2 letters of reference
Application deadlines may vary from year to year, but usually the final deadline is July 15th of the same year. Please note that we are processing applications on a rolling basis. Due to the limited number of seats available in the class, applications may close even before the final deadline. Non-EU candidates need to apply at least 3 months before the program start.
Admission is on a rolling basis, therefore each application is processed in the order that it is received. Furthermore, earlier applications are given preference over later ones. The decision whether to award admission to the MBA is communicated via email within roughly 2 weeks of the application being completed (that is, the interview has been done and all outstanding requirements and documents have been provided). Generally financial aid is also announced at the same time, unless other arrangements have been made.
Successful candidates should, in particular, demonstrate the following characteristics in their application:
- Meaningful professional experience
- Successful academic record
- A humble attitude and openness to learn
- Well-developed interpersonal skills
- Maturity and self-motivation
- Commitment to self-improvement
- Drive to achieve full potential
- A passion for knowledge
- Strong motivation to make own personal contribution to the class
- Cultural sensitivity
All applications have to be submitted online on www.applyformasters.net. If you would like any sort of assistance with the application, don’t hesitate to contact us directly at email@example.com. We are happy to provide you with individual and personalised guidance.
You may apply the following year with a new application.
We request that students aim for 600 to 620 on the GMAT scale. We will take into consideration lower scores depending on the quality of the rest of the application.
The MIP test is MIP’s own admissions exam that must be taken compulsorily in addition to the motivational interview that candidates must sit.
Bachelor degrees in just about any discipline are acceptable. The final decision will be made also based on what type of work experience the candidate has accrued.
You can choose which English certificate you would like to take. Generally they have a validity of 2 years. Some candidates may be exempted from providing the English certificate if they are native English speakers or can demonstrate that they have extensive experience working, living or studying in an English-speaking environment.
If you are located near the school or visiting Milan, we would be most happy to receive you on campus for your interview. However, given the international nature of the student body, this is not feasible in most cases. We therefore conduct interviews via Skype using a webcam.
INFORMATION AND MORE DETAILS
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Tel: +39 02 2399 2820
MBA students at MIP Politecnico di Milano participate in a number of exchange programs with management schools and universities around Europe and the rest of the world. Furthermore, MIP is offering the Dual Degree program in conjunction with MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics, Boston. At the end of the Dual Program, you will be awarded the MBA Diploma from MIP Politecnico di Milano and a Master’s degree in Supply Chain and Logistics from the MIT Supply Chain Management Program. Discover the MBA Exchange Agreement or find out more about the Supply Chain Management program offered by MIT.
During the MBA program, participants are also given the opportunity to attend some courses abroad thanks to our International Exchange Program.
Our Partner Business Schools are:
- MIT - Center for Transportation and Logistics (Boston, USA)
- Beihang University - School of Economics and Management (Beijing, China)
- Lingnan University College, Sun Yat-sen University (Guangzhou, China)
- Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE) (Shanghai, China)
- Xiamen University (Xiamen, China)
- UESTC School of Management and Economics (Chengdu, China)
- School Of Inspired Leadership - SOIL (Delhi, India)
The current International MBA class is composed of 19 different nationalities with candidates coming from different academic, professional and cultural backgrounds. The experience is truly international thanks to the many short- and long-term exchange opportunities in France, Spain, Mexico, Brazil, Hong Kong, China, India, Australia, USA and UK.
Each exchange may last from one week to 3 months in duration. In general, tuition fee and the cost of program materials are waived. Students only pay for their own travel, lodging, health insurance and any other incidental costs.
The International MBA at MIP is also a unique opportunity for aspiring entrepreneurs. The program offers the platform to build on your own entrepreneurial idea and test it in front of real investors and business angels. Candidates will have access to PoliHub – Politecnico di Milano’s in-house start-up incubator to develop their own business venture or new product idea, recently ranked second in Europe and third in the world by UBI Global.
Agreements may be subject to change. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for the most updated information.
“I spent 3 months in one of the top business schools in France: EM Lyon.
This long exchange gave me the opportunity to understand French culture, which I believe is very important for doing business in France. They have a wide variety of electives to choose from and there are a lot of exchange students from all over the world, so I felt very at home. The school is an hour’s drive from the Alps and I joined a skiing trip with the class that made us a little closer. I enjoyed all the facilities the school has to offer and expanded my network. I strongly recommend to any incoming students that they participate in one of these exchanges and take the opportunity to make their profile more international.” – JAYADEEP AKKIREDDY, INDIA – MBA 2012
Students can take part in courses offered by the business schools of the MIP International Network. These exchanges provide participants with exposure to an interesting panel of topics and a different educational approach.
During the MBA program students will have the opportunity to experience an intensive one-week study tour in Silicon Valley designed in collaboration with Business Association Italy America (BAIA), a business network created by and for professionals operating between Italy and the United States. The study tour offers unique and invaluable business and cultural insights into one of the most innovative and fast-growing environments: San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. The purpose of the trip is to expose students to the Silicon Valley ecosystem and deepen their understanding of entrepreneurship and other current hot topics through meetings with executives, company visits and cultural excursions. Students will visit start-ups and business accelerators (e.g. Plug & Play Tech Center), large corporations (e.g. IBM Almaden Research Center), venture capital firms, incubators and academic institution (e.g. Stanford Center for Professional Development) to gain a broader perspective on the process of taking an idea to the market and scaling a company. Whether you want to launch your own venture or add entrepreneurial thinking to your toolkit, the Silicon Valley Week in the MBA Program will give you completely new ways of thinking about entrepreneurship, networks and innovation.*
*The description refers to the 2016 edition of the study tour. Slight changes may occur for future editions.
The Doing Business In Modules allow students to participate in an intensive full week at IPADE, Mexico or at BUAA, China.
The module Doing Business in Mexico brings together renowned lecturers, international experts and distinguished faculty members from several countries to learn about the countries that are considered as Emerging Markets, the role that they all play in the actual globalized world and their impact in the world's economy. The program includes academic sessions, conferences, company visits and one networking event.
The module Doing Business in China includes lectures (Beihang University), cultural activities and company visits, aiming to provide participants with a broad knowledge of the Chinese economic scenario and of the Chinese way of doing business.
Dual Degree Program with MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics
The dual degree program makes it possible to undertake studies in two schools in two different countries and enjoy all that both cultures have to offer, not to mention gain exposure to two ways of doing business and two different networks of professionals.
International MBA candidates can opt for the Dual Degree program option with MIT Center of Transportation & Logistics, Boston, USA and attend a year in the USA after completion of the MBA at MIP Politecnico di Milano. The dual degree option is recommended for candidates with a strong interest in the supply chain and logistics area.
Upon completion, participants are awarded a degree from both the institutions: Master of Business Administration (MBA) from MIP Politecnico di Milano and Master in Supply Chain Management and Logistics from MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics.
For more information on practical details and application procedure, please write to email@example.com
Would you like to know more about the Dual Degree program directly from our alumni, click on From MIP to MIT – 3rd of October to find out more!
FEES AND BENEFITS
The tuition fee amounts to € 34,000.
Company Sponsorships of € 5,000 are available to all candidates, funded by MBA Partner Companies.
MIP’s International Full-Time MBA is made more accessible to deserving candidates through our Financial Aid Program.
Every year, MIP and its collaborators award financial assistance to International Full-Time MBA candidates, ranging from merit-based tuition fee contributions to company scholarships.
Candidates should indicate on the application form if they would like to apply for financial aid at the time of application. Later requests for financial aid will not be considered.
HOW DOES THE FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM WORK?
To be considered for any financial aid, please first submit your application online and tick the option that you are interested in MIP financial aid. You will then be provided with the Financial Aid Request Form, to be completed and included in the online application. Financial Assistance and Tuition Fee Contributions are mostly merit-based and priority is given to early applications.
Below, you will find the current financial aid opportunities available. More tuition fee contributions may be added in the upcoming weeks.
If you are sponsored by your company, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions page to find out more!
N.B. The criteria for provision of tuition fee contributions may change from year to year and are at the school’s discretion. In order to apply for these, students must fill in all of the application form, including the financial aid section.
Awarded by MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business, this scholarship worth EUR 14,500 (gross) is offered to one outstanding 2019/20 MBA candidate.
The scholarship is named after Gianluca Spina, who was the Dean of MIP Graduate School of Business and Full Professor in Business Management and Supply Chain Management at the Department of Management Economics and Industrial Engineering of Politecnico di Milano.
Candidates are chosen by a University-wide selection Committee.
1.Beneficiaries and Requirements
In order to apply for this scholarship, candidates with an outstanding personal, academic and professional background are asked to present the following documentation:
- Application Form
- GMAT with a minimum score of 600 (or GRE equivalent)
- TOEFL, IELTS, PTE or CPE certificates
- Relevant letters of reference
- Admission to the 2019/20 MBA Program and payment of corresponding admission fees
- A 2,000 word essay on the innovative potential of digital technologies in the field of smart manufacturing and supply chains, focusing on the impact that these technologies have on production and supply chain processes, as well as on work content and work organisation.
2. Incompatibility and Loss of Scholarship
This scholarship can be combined with other scholarships, awards and/or financial support for specialisation courses offered by public or private bodies and/or companies, as long as the total amount does not exceed the total amount of the tuition fees.
The beneficiary must self-certify that this total sum is not exceeded.
The beneficiary must comply with this condition for the whole duration of the MBA program.
In order to retain their rights to the scholarship, beneficiaries of a financial grant awarded on the basis of merit will be expected to maintain good academic performance throughout the MBA program, according to minimum standards set by the School. The right to the scholarship is subject to the participant duly completing their 2019/20 MBA program.
3. Submitting the Application and Outcome
Participants must send their application by e-mail to email@example.com, with MBA SCHOLARSHIP SPINA 2019/20 written in the subject line, by no later than April 30th 2019
Only completed applications delivered within the due date will be submitted to the Committee.
Candidates will be evaluated according to the following criteria:
- academic and professional record,
- results of the MBA selection process,
- assessment of their written essay.
The successful candidate will be notified formally by the Committee by letter no later than May 30th, 2019.
The scholarship is awarded at the sole discretion of the Committee, whose decision is final and cannot be appealed against.
Several unsuccessful applicants may be placed on a waiting list and be reconsidered, at the discretion of the Committee, if the candidate who was awarded the scholarship withdraws his or her application.
4. Project Activities
The recipient of the scholarship is expected to carry out a project assigned by the Director of the MBA Programme, in agreement with the MBA Faculty.
5. Acceptance of the conditions
By applying to this scholarship and accepting the ensuing award, candidates fully agree to the conditions contained herein.
Under penalty of the immediate withdrawal of their scholarship, the successful candidate must confirm that they are enrolled on the MBA programme for 2019/20, as well as formally accepting all scholarship conditions by informing the Admissions Office within the deadline indicated in the letter confirming that he/she has been awarded the scholarship.
MIP offers contributions of up to 50% of the tuition fee in order to promote international diversity within the class and to provide assistance to talented individuals from underrepresented countries.
MIP is offering up to 2 MIP contributions to international candidates already living, working or studying in Italy.
The contribution starts at 20% of the tuition fee and each candidate will have the possibility to increase this discount depending on the quality of their application, previous work experience and GMAT score.
THE SELECTION CRITERIA FOR THE MBA IS RELEVANT TO APPLICANTS OF THIS CONTRIBUTION.
Tuition fee contributions are available for deserving candidates from the following regions:
- Northern Africa
- Eastern Europe
- Central Asia
- South-East Asia (except India and China)
- Central America
The tuition fee contribution is needs-based and can cover up to 50% of the tuition fee. The number of scholarships is limited and the contribution will be given out on a rolling basis. Therefore, early applications are encouraged.
Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
MIP offers a tuition fee waiver of up to 50% to MBA candidates on a merit- or needs-basis. The receiver of the waiver will support MIP offices (e.g. the Career Development Office, the International Students Office or the school blog #growingleader) in their activities. The student will receive weekly tasks for a period of 3 to 8 months and will be expected to dedicate up to 4 hours per week to the assistantship.
The waiver will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis to suitable candidates.
For further information on how to apply to this waiver, please write to email@example.com.
Candidates holding international work experience and working outside their home country at the time of application can apply for tuition fee waivers up to 25% of the MBA tuition fee.
After last year's success of the MIP4Women competition, we are proud to announce the relaunch of this initiative for the 2019 intake. Our goal is to continue to encourage female participation in our International MBA and to foster a culture of women in management.
Participate in the MIP FOR WOMEN competition and you could be awarded:
- A first-place grant of €8,000 (1 waiver available)
- A second-place grant of €6,500 (2 waivers available)
- A third-place grant of €5,000 (3 waivers available)
To be eligible for this competition, you must meet the admissions requirements and write a small passage (no more than 500 words) on the following topic:
Women have always had to fight twice.
They have always had to carry two burdens, the private and the social.
Women are the spine of society. - Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel Prize
Describe the biggest challenge you have experienced in your professional or private life as a woman (max 500 words).
Applicants will be judged on the quality of their application and profile (motivational interview, work experience, financial needs, education history) as well as the essay submitted.
The MIP4Women scholarships are awarded to deserving candidates on a first-come, first-served basis. Therefore, early applications are encouraged.
A €5,000 tuition fee contribution is granted to two International Full-Time MBA students who will become the assistants to an IBM tutor and provide support on an assigned project on BIG DATA. Furthermore, these students will carry out their 3-month full-time Project Work at IBM Italy.
To run for this scholarship, applicants need to write a short essay (1-2 pages) on the topic "Why has Big Data become so crucial in the last few years?" and be intermediate-level Italian speakers.
Deadline: March 31st, 2019; granted to suitable candidates on a first-come, first-served basis; upon availability.
Two contributions amounting to 25% of the tuition fee are granted to two International Full Time MBA students:
- CleanTech Challenge dedicated to the topic of Energy. The student awarded this contribution will become the assistant of the Italian Chapter of the CleanTech Challenge.
Candidates wishing to apply for this opportunity need to write an essay (500-700 words) on the following topic:
“Discuss the relevance of sustainability and renewable energies in today's world”
- Plastic-free Commitment (which is the new Global Commitment of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation). The student awarded this contribution will become the assistant of the Italian Chapter of the CleanTech Challenge and will support this special track dedicated to the promotion of a plastic-free world.
Candidates wishing to apply for this opportunity need to write an essay on the following topic (500-700 words):
“The New Plastics Economy Global Commitment draws a line in the sand, with businesses, governments and others around the world uniting behind a clear vision for what we need to create a circular economy for plastic. – Ellen MacArthur” - Discuss.
Share your ideas for a Sustainable Innovation Project and you may be awarded a tuition fee contribution of up to 25%.
The best proposal in each category will be awarded a 25% tuition fee contribution to the International Full-time MBA Program. In your Business Plan you should outline how the idea could be implemented in such a context.
About the Business Plan:
The competition is aimed at supporting students with interesting business ideas to achieve an MBA diploma through the offer of a contribution.
Students interested should deliver an essay of few pages (3-5) presenting:
- a description of the Business Idea;
- a short analysis of the Business Area aimed at individuating possible opportunities and threats;
- a short presentation of the competitive advantage that could characterise the company;
- a rough analysis of the expected results (sales, earnings, costs, debts, etc.)
The idea will be evaluated taking into account several parameters including: innovativeness, feasibility, possible results, would-be entrepreneur competences.
The essay should be no longer than 1,000 words with an abstract of 250 to 300 words.
Register your interest by sending a brief description or title of your proposal plus application (if you have not already done so).
Applicants will be judged on the quality of their application and profile (motivational interview, work experience, financial needs, education history) as well as the project submitted.
Deadline: March 31st, 2019; granted to suitable candidates on a first-come, first-served basis; upon availability.
Top Performers: Candidates from any country holding at the time of the application a GMAT score of 650 and above (or GRE equivalent) are eligible to run for tuition fee contributions covering up to 30% of the MBA tuition fee.
High Performers: Candidates from any country holding at the time of the application a GMAT score of 600 and above (or GRE equivalent) are eligible to run for tuition fee contributions covering up to 20% of the MBA tuition fee.
Exceptional Merit: Applicants coming from emerging countries and holding at the time of the application a GMAT score of 650 and above (or GRE equivalent) can also apply for tuition fee contributions covering up to 70% of the MBA tuition fee. In addition to filling out the Financial Aid Request Form (provided upon request) candidates will be asked to write a short essay (no more than 500 words) discussing their suitability and highlighting their achievements.
GMAT/GRE: getting ready
Candidates interested in taking advantage of preparatory courses for GMAT/GRE exams can contact the test preparation company 700+CLUB. For more information, visit the website www.700plus.club or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIP applicants will get a discount of 10%. For more information, please contact the MIP Recruitment Team at email@example.com
MIP Graduate School of Business believes that volunteer involvement is an integral part of a strong and prosperous community. To encourage this value, MIP decided to reward an MBA candidate who demonstrates outstanding volunteer involvement in their community. The winner of the annual award will receive a discount up to 5.000€ to use towards their tuition.
- have applied to the full-time MBA for the 2019-2020 academic year.
- be in good standing with their academic GPA.
- exemplify outstanding community volunteer involvement.
Merit-based scholarships are available for alumni from various Master programs at MIP and other departments of Politecnico di Milano. For information on how to apply for the alumni scholarships, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
MIP offers a Travel Contribution to meritorious international candidates in form of a €1,500 waiver. Unlike others, this particular contribution will be waived from the first instalment.
For further information, please write to email@example.com.
MIP Politecnico di Milano has recently entered the TALENTIA FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM with its International MBA program. Through this cooperation with Agencia Andaluza del Conocimiento, MIP guarantees a discount of 30% of the tuition fee to the recipient, while the TALENTIA fellowship program will make a further financial contribution at their discretion.
In addition to MIP's admissions criteria, eligible candidates must have:
Citizenship from a European Union member state
A connection with Andalusia by birth, residence, work, university or blood
An EU undergraduate degree
Graduated within 10 years before the application
Receipt of proof of application/admission to a university of international prestige
Thanks to MIP's MBA program being recognised as a University Master Degree, our Italian students have access to sponsorships made available by Italian Regions and Provinces. Sponsorships are merit-based and needs-based. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on sponsorships for Italian citizens.
MIP Politecnico di Milano, in agreement with UniCredit S.p.A., gives international MBA students the possibility to apply for the “Unicredit ad Honorem” loan, covering only the tuition fee.
- Being an official participant of the MBA program and being properly enrolled at Politecnico di Milano
- Be a resident of Italy (non-EU students can elect residency in Italy after obtaining their residence permit)
There are a limited number of grants available, therefore early requests are encouraged.
Please note that candidates can apply for the loan no later than November 1st, 2019.
For more information please write to email@example.com.
THE ALTERNATIVE TO A STUDENT LOAN
As a social business, Deutsche Bildung has been supporting German students since 2007. Monthly as well as single and returning payments guarantee the completely flexible financing of almost all programs and subjects in Germany and abroad. Additionally, the extra-curricular-program, WissenPlus, focuses on the improvement of important social and professional competencies. The repayment is income-linked: students pay back a fixed percentage of their future income over a certain period of time once they have entered their first job successfully. Online application is possible throughout the year at www.deutsche-bildung.de.
The International Full-time MBA tuition fee is €34,000 for both domestic and international students. All other costs (except travel and living expenses) are included in the fee. All candidates will receive company sponsorships of €5,000 from the MBA Partner Companies.
MIP has many options available for financial aid; some are offered by MIP itself and others by our collaborators. Consult the MIP Financial Aid page on the website for a full and up-to-date list. Students can apply for as many MIP contributions as they wish, but may only receive one.
You should write to firstname.lastname@example.org to request the Financial Aid Request Form or get it from the representative with whom you are in contact upon making your application. Some contributions will also require an additional essay, motivational letter or competition entry.
While MIP does not offer loans itself, we have explored some loan options for our students, so please contact us for further information: email@example.com.
There is absolutely no additional cost for either of these courses.
No, you will be provided with these by the MBA Program Office. There will also be no extra charge for books as the cost is covered in the fee.
ACCREDITATIONS AND RANKINGS
The School of Management is EQUIS accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development.
This accreditation highlights MIP Politecnico di Milano’s commitment to providing a highly international education that caters to the need of the modern managerial students.
Politecnico di Milano School of Management has just received accreditation from the Association of MBAs (AMBA) for achieving what AMBA describes as the highest standard in Postgraduate Business Education for EMBA and MBA programmes.
This accreditation establishes the School MBA programmes firmly amongst the best in the world and informs employers of the high standards of its graduates.
Upward trend for Politecnico di Milano School of Management
For the sixth consecutive year, the Financial Times has recognised the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano as among the best schools in Europe.
The school, in fact, has been ranked 41st in Europe and once again four courses are listed – of which three are Masters: Full-time MBA (39th in Europe), Executive MBA, Master of Science in Management Engineering and Executive Education.
QS Top B-Schools in Europe 2018
MIP is ranked at the 33rd position in the QS Global MBA Rankings 2018 for the European region.
CNN Expansion 2018
MIP’s MBA Programme has moved up from the 71st to the 64th position this year, out of the 100 top business schools in the world ranked by CNN Expansion 2018.
MIP is ranked number 1 in Italy for closeness to companies.
Eduniversal Best Masters and MBA Rankings 2018
International MBA – Ranked No. 25 out of the Top 200 in International Management, Europe
CEO Magazine’s MBA Rankings 2018
The Master of Business Administration from MIP Politecnico di Milano is listed in the 2018 Global MBA Rankings Tier One of the CEO Magazine.
Bloomberg Businessweek 2018
The Full Time MBA from MIP Politecnico di Milano is listed in the Bloomberg Businessweek ranking, among the TOP 20 European Business Schools.
A Top MBA program designed with Official Partner Companies
The International Full-Time MBA program is now offered in Official Partnership with International and Italian Companies offering key involvement through project work, company sponsorships and placement opportunities.
Ariston Thermo is a global leader in thermic comfort, delivering renewable solutions and energy efficiency for heating and hot water, thanks to its high efficiency products, its plants in compliance with the most advanced production standards and excellent pre-sales and after-sales customer support services.
The company shapes new accessories that people can love. BANALE’s way to think about product innovation starts from people: it searches unexpressed potential in their relationship with products (e.g. the TOOTHBRUSH), with the simple goal to free it. BANALE was born in 2014 over MIP's Executive MBA desks, where Stefano Bossi and Tommaso Puccioni – the founders – were classmates. BANALE’s goal? Become the reference brand in global uncontested personal accessories markets in few years.
Banca Mediolanum Spa - listed on the Milan stock exchange - is the holding company of Mediolanum Group, a financial services conglomerate. The bank provides solutions that best fit the needs of the customer, whether it be in the form of a mutual fund, an insurance policy or a bank product through a network of financial advisors. The Group also operates in other European countries, notably Spain, Germany through two local banks, and Ireland with the Irish fund and asset management operations.
Barilla, originally established in 1877 as a bread and pasta shop in Parma, Italy, ranks as one of the top Italian food groups today. Barilla leads in the global pasta business, the pasta sauces business in continental Europe, the bakery products business in Italy and the crispbread business in Scandinavia. The Barilla G.e R. Fratelli employs more than 8,000 people and in 2013 had net sales of over EUR 3198 million.
BCG has 82 offices in 46 countries, 10500 employees, nearly 900 partners and more than 17000 alumni. Now in the sixth decade, BCG continues not only to grow but also to embody the same timeless sense of purpose and the constant call for renewal that its founder Bruce Henderson instilled at its inception.
The Cany Group is a leading privately owned – by the Fumagalli Family - household appliance company well known internationally with over 70 years of industry experience. The Group is present across Europe, Middle East, Asia and Latin America. Under a diversified portfolio of brands with differentiated market and value proposition, Candy Group offers a full range of small and large domestic appliances, both free-standing and built-in including washing, built-in and cooking, cooling and small domestic appliances.
Products are marketed under two international brands, Candy and Hoover, and several national brands as Rosières (France), Jinling (China), Baumatic (UK), Iberna, Zerowatt, Gasfire (Italy), Hoover-Otsein (Spain), Süsler (Turkey) and Vyatka (Russia).
Who we are: The Admiral Group and ConTe.it
We’re a passionate, profitable and fast-growing financial services company with operations in seven countries and over 9,000 talented employees all over the world, who are at the heart of what we do. We are the largest car insurance provider in the UK with 5.15 Million customers worldwide. We started in 1993 in Cardiff (UK) and we arrived in Italy in 2008 under the name of ConTe.it.
Our internal philosophy is a simple yet effective one: People who like what they do, do it better! We put a lot of effort and investment into making sure that the Admiral Group is a happy place to work, where challenge, international projects and career development are encouraged and fun is never frowned upon.
Costa Crociere is the largest Italian travel group and Europe’s number one cruise operator with 70 years of tradition in passenger shipping. The Group is headquartered in Genoa (Italy) and comprises the brands Costa Cruises e AIDA Cruises.
Costa Crociere is a member of Carnival Corporation & plc, the world’s largest cruise operator, and it is also a member of the exclusive World’s Leading Cruise Lines.
EF Corporate Solutions, part of EF Education First, is the world leader in corporate language training with an expertise in improving the language skills of multinational businesses and public sector organizations. Thousands of companies worldwide put their trust in EF for a reason - it has proven time and again that its training solutions generate real results. EF has a training course to suit all of your business’s language learning needs, from its award-winning cloud-based school, to immersion courses abroad for learners with more urgent needs. With over 50 years of experience, EF has perfected the mix of precision testing, expert teachers, innovative language lab technology and comprehensive reporting to deliver the most efficient and effective way to learn a language.
Born in 1992, Fire is the Italian leader in credit collection. With a turnover of 40 million in 2015 and over 2300 resources in Italy and Romania, it offers end-to-end services to banks, financial institutions, utilities, telcos, public administrations and investors willing to buy non-performing loans portfolios of any asset class (secured and unsecured). Cutting-edge technologies, engineered processes, business intelligence, a strong internal control structure to ensure compliance with an ever-changing regulatory frame and training, make Fire a top performer in debt recovery.
The Hilti Group supplies the worldwide construction industry with technologically leading products, systems, software and services that provide construction professionals with innovative solutions and superior added value.
The Group employs more than 25,000 team members in over 120 countries who passionately create enthusiastic customers and build a better future. Hilti generated annual sales of CHF 4.6 billion in 2016. Hilti’s corporate culture is based on integrity, teamwork, commitment and the courage to embrace change. The headquarters of the Hilti Group are located in Schaan, Liechtenstein.
IBM is a globally integrated technology and consulting company headquartered in Armonk, New York. With operations in more than 170 countries, IBM attracts and retains some of the world's most talented people to help solve problems and provide an edge for businesses, governments and non-profits. Innovation is at the core of IBM's strategy. The company develops and sells software and systems hardware and a broad range of infrastructure, cloud and consulting services. Today, IBM is focused on five growth initiatives - Cloud, Big Data and Analytics, Mobile, Social Business and Security. IBMers are working with customers around the world to apply the company's business consulting, technology and R&D expertise to enable systems of engagement that deliver dynamic insights for businesses and governments worldwide.
Lastminute.com is an online travel and leisure retailer. The company was founded by Lady Lane-Fox and Brent Hoberman in 1998. By January 2000, lastminute.com had more than 500,000 regular users and its offering had expanded to include travel, gifts and entertainment. The company specializes in selling distressed inventory.
Lilly is a global health care leader that unites caring with discovery to make life better for people around the world. The company was founded in 1876 by Colonel Eli Lilly, a man committed to creating high-quality medicines that meet real needs. For more than a century, Lilly has stayed true to a core set of values—excellence, integrity, and respect for people—that guide the company in all it do: discovering medicines that meet real needs, improving the understanding and management of disease, and giving back to communities through philanthropy and volunteerism.
Luxottica is a leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of fashion, luxury, sports and performance eyewear. Its portfolio includes proprietary brands such as Ray-Ban, Oakley, Vogue Eyewear, Persol, Oliver Peoples, Alain Mikli and Arnette, as well as over 20 licensed brands, including some of the most well-known and prestigious names in the global fashion and luxury industries. The Group’s global wholesale distribution network covers more than 150 countries and is complemented by an extensive retail network of about 9,000 stores, with LensCrafters and Pearle Vision in North America, OPSM and LensCrafters in Asia-Pacific, GMO and Óticas Carol in Latin America, Salmoiraghi & Viganò in Italy and Sunglass Hut worldwide. In 2017, with approximately 85,000 employees, Luxottica posted net sales of over Euro 9 billion. Additional information on the Group is available at www.luxottica.com.
Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT” @microsoft) is the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world, and its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.
Moleskine® was founded in 1997, bringing back to life the legendary black notebook used by artists and thinkers over the centuries. Today, the brand provides an ecosystem of tools to empower self-expression, productivity and travel, as well as real and virtual spaces including own-brand stores and Moleskine Cafés worldwide, the myMoleskine online creative community and FOLD online magazine.
Founded in Monestier de Clermont, Grenoble, France, in 1952, Moncler is now based in Italy. Over the course of the years the brand has teamed style with ongoing technological research which harnesses the knowledge of mountaineering experts. Moncler collections combine extreme needs with day-to-day city life. In 2003 Remo Ruffini took over the company of which he is now Chairman and CEO.
Moncler’s success is based on a unique and consistent brand strategy, which also depends on the ability to develop innovative products that are strongly “anchored” to the history of the brand. Heritage, uniqueness, quality and innovation are the terms used in Moncler to define the concept of “luxury”.
The company distributes it's own clothing and accessories collections, through its direct boutiques and the world’s most exclusive department and multibrand stores”
Unicredit is a strong pan-European Group with a simple commercial banking model and a fully plugged in Corporate & Investment Bank, delivering its unique Western, Central and Eastern European network to its extensive client franchise.
It offers local expertise as well as international reach. It accompanies and supports its 25 million clients globally, providing them with unparalleled access to its leading banks in 14 core markets as well as to an another 18 countries worldwide.
Its European banking network includes Italy, Germany, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia and Turkey.
Unicredit's strategic position in Western and Central and Eastern Europe enables it to command one of highest market shares in the region.
While its brand is recognizable all over Europe, it has preserved the highly valuable local brands of banks that it acquired to form its Group.
OTB is the parent company of some of the most iconic fashion brands like Diesel, Maison Margiela, Marni, Viktor&Rolf, and state-of-the-art companies like Staff International and Brave Kid. Chaired by Renzo Rosso, the Italian entrepreneur who founded Diesel, the group embodies his spirit and vision today. Standing for “Only the Brave”, even the name OTB reflects the group’s vision and values. Passion and creativity. And a pragmatic approach to building global brands.
Legacy of the predecessor SW House BSTS Networks Italia s.r.l., Ouvert is an International Group operating as Energy Intelligence Services & Solutions Provider.
Its HQs are based in Rome, Italy and the R&D Centre in Klagenfurt, Austria. Team Ouvert's goal is that of providing best in class solutions to implement the full convergence of Energy Efficiency Management and Energy Related Processes Optimization. Ouvert owns the widest Energy Intelligence IT Solutions Portfolio to sustain AUTOMATION, CENTRALIZATION and DATA ANALYSIS. The Proprietary IT Solutions are differentiated by operating scenario and specific managed energy related process. A unique trademark identifies and anticipates the core ability of the solutions meant to guarantee the advanced performances governance for Data Centers, Smart buildings, ICT/Telco & Multi-purpose Networks, Manufacturers' Premises as well as Invoice Management or the Innovative Energy Intelligence Web Portal for Large & Giant Enterprises. Ouvert's distinguished Customers are Leaders of the Italian Telco/ICT Operators Market, World Leader Telco/ICT Vendors and Manufacturers. They all appreciate Ouvert's future-proof solutions which are designed to reduce management complexity, safeguard profitability and boost performances. Smartification is thus made a synonymous of intuitive control, aware pervasive management and sustainable evolution.
Founded in 1921, SIRTI is the Italian Business Partner for ICT, that combines a long standing experience in design, implementation and maintenance of network infrastructure with a strong skill in the execution of Managed Services, Special Projects of System Integration and Smart Solutions. Thanks to its operational structure of 4,000 employees, Sirti is a Global System Integrator with international project competence.The wide experience achieved, together with an in-depth technical expertise, allow Sirti to provide customers with well rounded technological advisory services as well as top tier technological solutions in different segments: Telecommunications, Energy Infrastructures, ICT, Railways Networks, Mobility, Security, Environment Monitoring and Safety. Thanks to the recognized competence in complex engineering problems, Sirti has developed "turnkey" solutions directed to Central and Local Public Administration, public or private providers of services and utilities, Local Agencies and large corporations. While historically brought it’s technological footprint through the most remote regions of the world, today Sirti is active in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Libya, Qatar, Spain and Finland, Norwey and Sweden.
Whirlpool Corporation (NYSE: WHR) is the number one major appliance manufacturer in the world, with approximately $21 billion in annual sales, 93,000 employees and 70 manufacturing and technology research centers in 2016. The company markets Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Maytag, Consul, Brastemp, Amana, Bauknecht, Jenn-Air, Indesit and other major brand names in nearly every country throughout the world. Additional information about the company can be found at WhirlpoolCorp.com, or find us on Twitter at @WhirlpoolCorp
Whirlpool Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) - with approximately 24,000 employees, a sales presence in more than 30 countries and manufacturing sites in 8 countries, is an operating segment of Whirlpool Corporation. The company markets Whirlpool, KitchenAid, Hotpoint, Bauknecht and Indesit in around 140 countries worldwide.
Whirlpool EMEA is headquartered in Pero (MI), Italy.
For generations, Whirlpool Corporation has been helping people make the most of time so they can focus on what really matters – their families and
We turn the future in a part of you.
We offer highly personalized services with the objective of developing the necessary skills, tools and strategy and expanding the professional network, to succeed in nowadays complex and competitive global job market.
THE MBA EXPERIENCE
A BLOG DEDICATED TO THE INTERNATIONAL MASTERS AND MBA EXPERIENCE
Studying in Milan and at MIP Politecnico di Milano is a unique and rewarding experience. In addition to the study program, students participate in a wide range of exciting activities, events and experiences that enrich and enhance their own personal journey.
The newly created Masters BLOG www.growingleader.com is a blog designed for people interested in knowing more about Milan and MIP where they can share and discuss these experiences, as well as their own insights, opinions and personal stories, on a range of diverse topics including business, education, current events and more!
Follow the BLOG on www.growingleader.com or follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram #growingleader
Living and studying in Milan offers a broad exposure to an international business community and opens up an array of opportunities thanks to its rich entrepreneurial network and the wide variety of sectors present in the territory. Home to 400 banks and major industrial companies, Milan is often described as the “Locomotive of Italy”; it is at the heart of a manufacturing system that generates 21% of Italy’s GDP and its strong economic base has made it one of Italy’s most influential cities.
Milan is also an international centre for the fashion industry and a world leader in design. Here the ingrained manufacturing tradition is flanked by a culture of progress and experimentation, enterprise and production. It is a cultural city at the forefront of modern Italy where the most important events, shows and exhibitions take place. Trade fairs are an important resource of the city which allow enterprises, particularly small and medium ones, to connect with international markets.
This city possesses an efficient infrastructure system and its well-developed road, rail and airport connections make it a major tourist destination in Europe.
Milan is known for being a dynamic city which, even after 2,000 years of history, is still evolving. And yet in this constant change, where new buildings are replacing the old ones, there is a balance between the rich historical heritage and modernity. And this is what makes Milan unique in Italy: a combination of both new and old.
For more information about the life in Milan visit our blog http://www.growingleader.com/category/life-in-italy/.
The cost of living is comparable to that of many other important European capitals. We recommend that students budget for around EUR 1.000 per month; however, these costs will vary depending on each person’s personal spending habits. Ask firstname.lastname@example.org for a breakdown of monthly living costs.
MIP is located in the north-west of Milan at the Bovisa site, a brand new campus just 2 train stops from the centre of Milan. It is also well serviced by buses and trams.
MIP has a range of agreements with various residences around Milan, each with fast and easy access to the Bovisa campus, or we can assist you in finding short-term private accommodation. Visit the International Students Office page to find out more.
Meet our representatives in your country, join our online presentations or visit our campus and attend an MBA Class!
Our Marketing Representatives travel around the world to participate at events and fairs. We can organise a 20-minute personalised info-session for you.
To book a place, click on the link below to fill out the booking form and one of our representatives will contact you to fix an appointment.
If you would like to have a campus tour and meet with our representatives personally, please contact us at email@example.com. We will be happy to arrange a time to see you on campus or alternatively arrange a Skype/phone info-session.
Yes, just ask us in advance to arrange a time. Usually there is no problem in attending a lesson, however there are certain times of the year that are not always suitable for this.
Our recruitment representatives are happy to arrange a time to speak to you over Skype. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a call.
We are happy to put you in contact with our alumni. We ask that you send us a copy of your curriculum vitae so that we might find someone with similar experience or background for you to speak to.
Admission representatives and alumni regularly travel the world attending Masters fairs in order to meet with students and answer questions about our programmes. If you would like to speak to an Admissions Representative in person, book an infosession or write to email@example.com.
ISO strives to provide a tailor made service to each international candidate and enrolled student by assisting with enrollment and non-academic matters.
«If the pilot of a company is the CEO, the role of co-pilot is undoubtedly filled by the CFO». This statement from Matteo Rinaldi, CFO of Sandoz Italia and former student at MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business, expresses well the central role financial directors now play in corpo ...
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Since the late eighties, the emergence of a knowledge-intensive paradigm has significantly contributed to the growth and creation of wealth in Europe. But how fair, diffused and inclusive has been the distribution of wealth created by the so-called knowledge economy? The presentation of the bo ...