A Master of Business Administration (M.B.A. degree) is, by definition, a general Management degree designed to educate business students in areas such as Finances, Human Resources, Marketing, Strategy, and Operations Management.
What sets MBA degrees apart from regular Master’s programmes is peer-to-peer education, which involves successful business people and interaction between students from diverse backgrounds. Studying an MBA abroad is also a great opportunity to network and create new business opportunities.
MBA degrees offered by top international business schools help you become a well-rounded business graduate, not just an expert in one area. Many MBA schools either require a minimum age for their candidates or expect a certain amount of work experience (usually 2-4 years) to be admitted. That’s because MBAs prepare you for the next big step in a business career.
Some popular jobs for MBA graduates include product manager, business consultant, health services manager, financial manager, marketing manager, etc. Of course, you can also become an entrepreneur and start your own successful business.
Universities in Italy are very affordable compared to their counterparts in Western Europe, and the quality of education is undeniable. Italy has always been and remains a cradle of culture and education. In fact, the University of Bologna is the oldest university in Europe, having been opened in 1088. Fashion and Architecture are the stand-out areas where Italian universities are second to none, but there are other English-taught degrees to choose from. In your spare time, you can enjoy the lovely Mediterranean climate, the sea breeze, and tasty food while exploring unique historic sites, such as the Colosseum or the Pantheon in Rome.Read more about studying abroad in Italy
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The GEMBA - Global Executive Master of Business Administration from SDA Bocconi is a modular program...
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