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Management

PROGRAMME TYPE

PLACE OF TEACHING

Laurea Magistrale (Second cycle degree/Two year Master - 120 ECTS)

Brescia

LANGUAGE

ADMISSION TYPOLOGY

Italian; English (Curriculum Green Economy and Sustainability; Curriculum International Business)

Verification of curricular and personal training requirements, as specified by the Teaching Regulation of the study programme

DEGREE PROGRAMME CLASS

STRUCTURE

LM-77 - Management

Department of Economics and Management

DEGREE PROGRAMME DIRECTOR

LEARNING ACTIVITIES

Bertoli Giuseppe

Study Programme Sheet

Why study Management at the University of Brescia?
  • The Master’s Degree Programme in Management helps to gradually develop problem solving skills and improve the knowledge, skills and attitude needed for taking on a managerial or entrepreneurial position in industrial and service companies or to work as a business consultant.

  • It allows to choose between a 2-year curriculum taught in Italian and a 2-year curriculum taught in English; both curricula focus on the integration of general and operational skills, in order to prepare the students to taking on managerial roles.

  • Students will acquire a real specialisation in the field of one of the key functional areas of business management: corporate finance, marketing or production-logistics. This knowledge can be further deepened through participation in international programmes and internships, both in Italy and abroad.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Master’s Degree Programme in Management aims at preparing graduates to take on managerial and entrepreneurial position at companies, as well as to work as professionals in the field of management consulting, financial, market research, communication and logistics, etc., according to their curriculum studiorum. Specifically, graduates can find employment:

  • in the finance function of industrial and service companies, including consultancy firms, and in the marketing and/or commercial function in all types of company, in the production and logistics planning and control functions at industrial companies, as well as in the materials management function at different types of companies;
     
  • in managerial and entrepreneurial positions at the headquarters or foreign subsidiaries of companies open to international relations, or as professionals in consulting firms specialist in business internationalisation.
FURTHER STUDY

Second Level Master's Courses and PhD Programmes