New tracks, starting from this year also held in English, for the Master’s course in Business Management, which further enriches the Full-time educational offering, bringing it to 9 tracks, dedicated to young graduates and focused on key sectors for the economic growth.
The Full-time Master’s in Business Management becomes international, with four new tracks in English: Asian Markets, Made in Italy for International Students, Life Sciences and Medtech and Tourism, Heritage and Events.
The track Asian Markets, devoted specifically to China and Japan, is the pathway for those who wish to grasp business opportunities in the Far East. Made in Italy for International Students offers the chance to get to know the Italian excellence, with the aim of becoming its ambassadors abroad, thanks to a path that combines managerial skills and the ability to adapt to market variables. Life Sciences and Medtech open the doors to a particularly strategic sector: the pharmaceutical, pharma-cosmetics, biotech, biomedical (machinery and consumables) sector, and healthcare services. The track Tourism, Heritage, and Events is established to train the managers who will be able to make tomorrow’s tourism grow in a sustainable way.
Business management is the proposal that more than all the others combines managerial training and specific skills in the sectors of interest, an element that makes each track unique. Like all Full-time Masters’ at Bologna Business School, it is devised for young people who, having received a University degree, are about to enter the labor market and are interested in industries that are fundamental for the future, with a special focus on Italian excellences.
9 tracks to transform your dreams into concrete projects
On top of the established tracks in Italian, already true classics of this Master’s, which are Food and Wine, Green Management and Sustainable Business, Made in Italy, Retail Management and E-commerce, we now add the brand-new Impresa Sociale e Cooperativa (Social and Cooperative Enterprise). It’s an innovative path, for those who are interested in a managerial career in a sector that has already reached high levels of visibility and interest on the part of institutional, economic, and financial players: social enterprises. The new track is structured in a way to feature a part of courses on Business Administration, mainly concentrated in the first of the three teaching cycles, common to all Master’s tracks, while another part is devoted to the specialization in the management of not-for-profit enterprises, that have an ethical and social value, also in relation to topics such as inclusion.