A Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a graduate degree that takes about two years of study to receive. Individuals who earn this degree gain important knowledge and experience within the fields of business and management, and may be able to find a job quickly due to their improved proficiencies.
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The International Part Time MBA is the programme of MIP Politecnico di Milano designed for talented professionals who want to acquire top managerial skills without interrupting their career. [+]
Required qualification: at least 3 years of work experience ideally in international environments.Course
The International Part-Time MBA is the programme of MIP Politecnico di Milano designed for talented professionals who want to acquire top managerial skills without interrupting their career.
This programme is looking for talented and ambitious young professionals, who are committed to learning how to exploit their full potential and make their ambitions come true.... [-]
The Part Time International MBA is a Master of Business Administration with a strong international focus, conducted entirely in English, that will put you in touch with diverse cultures and stimulate dialogue and debate. The program lasts 2 years, with classes from Monday to Friday in Trieste, Italy. [+]
Part-time international MBA
The Part-Time International MBA is a Master of Business Administration with a strong international focus, conducted entirely in English, lasting 2 years. The School’s international atmosphere will put you in touch with diverse cultures and stimulate dialogue and debate. The course will give you tools for achieving your professional goals, increasing your value in the job market, and broadening your international career possibilities.
The Part-Time MBA in International Business lasts 24 months: the program usually held in 1 year is split in 2 years and classes are from Monday to Friday in Trieste, Italy.The program starts on 1st October and finishes two years later in October, with the final examination and the Graduation Day. All classes are conducted in English.There are two types of courses: required and elective.Each course is offered twice during the part-time program; participants can choose when attending different courses.Each course is assigned a number of credits; each credit is the equivalent of an average of 25 class hours as established by the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).... [-]