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The Master in International Business is promoted by Faculty of Economics and by the ICRIM – International Center of Research in International Management.

The master is directed by Alessandro Baroncelli, full Professor of Business Strategy and International Management at Università Cattolica and ICRIM Director.

A joint faculty between the Università Cattolica and its Partner Universities has been appointed. Visiting professors from Partner Universities as well as business professionals will take part to the teaching activity.

Creating a network of global leaders

The innovative MIB programme is truly international in scope with participants coming from many different countries and aims to fully prepare students for the international business by featuring courses tailored to corporate requirements.

Close collaboration with companies forms an essential facet of the programme. The skills we cover include change management, customer-driven transformation, group negotiation and management of intercultural communication projects, business process analysis and management. MIB has forged links with an impressive network of firms both to design the course and to provide the students with first-hand access to the international business world.

Several Practical Work Activities (PWA) are offered with the main objective to turn academic experience and theoretical knowledge into a professional, multi-cultural experience.

The MIB program will start on September 28th 2020. It will be structured in 12 courses, combined with practical work activities, conferences held by Business executives, group works and business simulations.

Final part of the Master programme will consist on the internship and the discussion of the project work developed within the company.

MIB students will also have the chance to access to the specializing International and Master Level Tracks.

The Campus

Located in the city center of Milan, the UCSC campus is within walking distance of many of Milan’s historical, cultural, and religious sites: the Duomo, Santa Maria delle Grazie, Castello Sforzesco, and many more.
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Practical Work Activities

In order to gain the required credits, participants must carry out mandatory Practical Work Activities in which they will be dealing with issues related to a company’s internationalization process.
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During the last quarter of the Master, students will be engaged in a curricular internship, an in-company individual activity guided and monitored by a company tutor, lasting from 3 to 6 months
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