Despite this difficult period, at MIP we work every day to allow students to continue to rely on us. Through this web page we will share advice, suggestions, articles and live webinars, specific contents and in-depth analyses for our candidates.
Because, even in a situation like this, we must “Keep on learning”.
Scenari emergenti e nuovi contesti del mondo post Covid-19 (watch the video - in Italian)
22/04/2020 H18.00 - Scenari emergenti e nuovi contesti del mondo post Covid-19.
Il webinar con Giovanni Azzone, professore di Impresa e decisioni strategiche e già Rettore del Politecnico di Milano, Giuliano Noci, professore di Strategy & Marketing, Prorettore del Polo territoriale cinese del Politecnico di Milano, Fabio Pammolli, professore di Finance and Management of Infrastructure Investment e Fabio Sdogati, professore di Economia Internazionale. L’emergenza sanitaria causata da Covid-19 ridisegnerà il sistema economico, delle relazioni internazionali, delle istituzioni, della società civile e dei comportamenti individuali. Una sfida epocale di riconfigurazione dell’ordine costituito, che deve essere opportunamente definita e qualificata, per prepararsi a individuare soluzioni funzionali di sviluppo e ripresa. Quale può essere il nostro new deal?
The COVID-19 emergency and its impact on SMEs: financial issues and support
08/05/2020 h 6.30 pm - Webinar by Giancarlo Giudici, Associate Professor of Corporate Finance
The COVID-19 lockdown caused a huge anxiety to all Italian companies for a number of reasons: loss of revenues and orders, missing paymenys from customers and liquidity shortage, outbreaks in the supply of raw materials. It is very difficult for SMEs to survive for long time (for few months) in such circumstances because of higher levels of vulnerability. While the first concern is related to guarantee public health, it is clear that the impact this emergency will have on manufacturing and on small and medium enterprises is huge. The seminar will analyze all the financial instruments that might be implemented to foster SME resilience.
Supply Chain Resilience – before and after C19
22/05/2020 H18.30 - Supply Chain Resilience – before and after C19 con Jim Rice.
The current pandemic has surfaced a number of new challenges, ones not seen so expansively and broadly in the past 100 years. This briefing will review supply chain resilience today and into the future, reflecting on what is different and likely to be different for practitioners and their processes – including S&OP and investing in resilience. A disruption profile for C19 will be shared and used to discuss supply chain resilience.
Startup: investment, exit and international expansion. Some legal and tax insights
05/06/2020 H18.30 - Startup: investment, exit and international expansion. Some legal and tax insights.
19/06/2020 - Large corporates: Investments and collaborations with innovative companies
19/06/2020 H18.30 - Large corporates: Investments and collaborations with innovative companies con Matteo Fabiano e Flavio Notari.
The Business Game is the online game which MIP Politecnico di Milano has decided to offer to all students currently engaged in our Master programs, so that you can continue to be challenged and engaged in joint collaboration, even from a distance.
You can choose between two games: one focused on soft skills and one on hard skills, competing in teams in an exciting cross-classroom and cross-master competition.
So what's on offer? An incredible networking opportunity, the ability to work together in teams on compelling challenges, even if remotely, the hands-on learning of skills and knowledge that will enrich your CV, and, lastly and a fantastic final prize.
Please note that this Business Game is dedicated to current students.
Are you a MIP candidate looking for an advice from a colleague on how to deal with this particular situation? Get in touch with our Digital Buddies at disposal for all MIP mates to discuss about the situation and support their fellows in this difficult period.
The International Students Office meets our students community to share updated information on containment measures, recommendations, emergency numbers and resources, and FAQ. Our special guest is Prof. Antonella Moretto, Associate Dean for Open Programs, who will answer all of your questions about your studies.
The International Students Office meets our students community around the COVID-19 topic. On this occasion, we will discuss how to approach rental disputes with a special guest, the President of the Tenants Union.
COVID-19 Updates – ISO4You
15/04/2020 - COVID-19 Updates – ISO4You
What has changed after April 13th? We will look at what’s new. We will also present the guidelines shared by the Tenants’ Union on rental issues, and take this chance to answer any questions that you may have on this or other topics.
How to find clarity and manage anxiety during the COVID-19 crisis
27/04/2020 H18.00 - How to find clarity and manage anxiety during the COVID-19 crisis with James R. Elliot, International Trainer on Human Performance and Motivational Speaker. Also, the new Presidential decree on COVID-19’s containment measures, valid from May 4th, is presented.
The International Students Office meets our students community to share updated information on containment measures, recommendations, emergency numbers and resources, You will have the chance to pose your questions and suggest topics for our next meeting.
Come and visit us in our virtual office to ask all of your questions about your permit, visa, residency, bureaucratic procedures, Italian classes. Prepare your questions and join us. We will also update you on COVID-19 containment measures.
Webinar con le professoresse Sara Cuko, Xixi Fan e Alice Beltrami.
Is the lockdown close to an end? What has changed since June 3rd? Join us for updates on phase 2 of the COVID-19 lockdown, and to ask your questions about your permit, visa, residency, bureaucratic procedures and more.
The EU has reopened its external borders to a few countries. Join us for updates on travelling restrictions, and to ask your questions about your permit, visa, residency, bureaucratic procedures and more.
1500: this number of the Ministry of Health is for general information on governmental provisions, recommendations on how to protect yourself, transmissions modes, virus incubation, symptoms, how covid-19 spreads, general information about symptoms, when isolation or quarantine become necessary
800.894.545: this is the Lombardy Region Covid19 dedicated number for health related queries. You can call this number for a pre-assessment on your symptoms if you have doubts you have been infected, but are still well; you must call this number if you learn you have been in contact with someone who is now positive to the Covid-19. The operator will ask you several questions and will guide you about any next steps to take. Ask to speak with an English speaking operator: “Parla inglese?”
112: this is the emergency number. You call this number if you need immediate assistance and to call an ambulance.
Call your GP, if you have one. Do not visit their ward, but call.
Call Milan’s after hour on-call doctor at 800 193 344
Stay up to date
From June 3rd, all restrictions on movements inside Italy have been lifted. In their stead, the government is promoting the use of a new phone App called "Immuni".
Immuni is the exposure notification App of the Italian government, developed by the Extraordinary Commissioner for the COVID-19 Emergency, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry for Innovation Technology and Digitalization. Its purpose is to notify users at risk of carrying the virus as early as possible, in order to minimize its spread. To learn more, visit Immuni's official website at https://www.immuni.italia.it/.
While downloading the App is not mandatory, its use is strongly recommended by the Italian government, as every single user increases its overall effectiveness.
You can keep informed by referring to the following websites:
Data4Covid19 is a non-profit project created by our Alumnus Marco Farina with the aim of making people aware of the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus within many countries through the use of data.
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