Why you should choose BBS for your Global MBA – A Placement Beyond Excellence

29 May 2023

Bologna Business School‘s Global MBA is a program aimed at graduates and young professionals who want to grow in an ambitious, technical and practical course of study designed to train future managers who are experts in excellence, luxury and innovation.

The five tracks – AI and Manufacturing; Food and Wine; Design, Fashion and Luxury Goods; Green Energy and Sustainable Businesses; and Supercars, Superbikes, and Motorsports – offer specific curricula and high-level management training. Based on the combination of academic knowledge and technical expertise that only a Faculty made up of executives and lecturers can offer, Bologna Business School‘s Global MBA is a true springboard for diving into the business world.

Always a leader in the creation of curricula able to transform scientific knowledge into expendable best practices, Bologna Business School has designed its GMBA following the needs of the market: adaptable profiles, capable of facing the challenges of the epochal changes already underway and eager to grow in leading companies, are the ideal product of this path.

With placement rates ranging between 88 and 91% six months after the end of the course and around 96% one year after the end of the MBA, the Global MBA graduates are one of the study tracks with the highest rate of direct access to the business world. A data that is constantly growing: the 2021 class of all tracks can boast an employment index, of one year after the end of studies, of 100%. A statistic that represents the performance of BBS’s GMBA.

Today’s global marketplace demands managers who can manage diverse business areas, can communicate effectively with teams, are skilled in leadership development and are eager to continuously improve. BBS‘s five Global MBA tracks are built to create the managers of tomorrow.

Bologna Business School is EQUIS – EFMD Quality Improvement System accredited, one of the most important international quality assessment and continuous improvement systems for Schools of Management and Business Administration.


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