MBA Italy


Thomas5

hey everyone I am gathering information for a future MBA and I wanted to do it Italy. I was looking at MBA's in Milan. I found that Universita Cattolica are now doing and MBA with the best economic newspaper in Italy, it sells more than the FT. However, it appears that it is not yet recognized at it is only been going on for two years. The program does seem very inbteresting do you think it is worth the risk? Otherwise I was thinking of applying to Bocconi but it has too many students.Let me know your thoughts, thanks

hey everyone I am gathering information for a future MBA and I wanted to do it Italy. I was looking at MBA's in Milan. I found that Universita Cattolica are now doing and MBA with the best economic newspaper in Italy, it sells more than the FT. However, it appears that it is not yet recognized at it is only been going on for two years. The program does seem very inbteresting do you think it is worth the risk? Otherwise I was thinking of applying to Bocconi but it has too many students.Let me know your thoughts, thanks
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Duncan

I think this depends on your goals. If you are able to attend an MBA with international accreditation, then I would never recommend a programme without it - especially if you might want to work outside Italy, or target traditional MBA employers in Italy.

Also read: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713

I think this depends on your goals. If you are able to attend an MBA with international accreditation, then I would never recommend a programme without it - especially if you might want to work outside Italy, or target traditional MBA employers in Italy.

Also read: Do you need to speak the local language? www.find-mba.com/board/34713
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Thomas5

It will have international accreditation by the time I finish. It just seems to me that the program will be the best MBA in Italy in the near future, so, it might be much more challenging to get accepted next year when it will have international recognition. With regards to language do you feel that they would penasize much for italian rather than english? I feel that it won't really affect you as long as you have good knowledge of the other.

It will have international accreditation by the time I finish. It just seems to me that the program will be the best MBA in Italy in the near future, so, it might be much more challenging to get accepted next year when it will have international recognition. With regards to language do you feel that they would penasize much for italian rather than english? I feel that it won't really affect you as long as you have good knowledge of the other.
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Duncan

You have no guarantees that it will get accreditation.

There's no chance that it will be the best in Italy in the near future. It won't even be the best in Milan. It would take 15 years to overtake the polytechnic and 30 years to overtake Bocconi, and that would require at least 50 million of funding.

The language of Italy is Italian. You need perfect fluency in Italian to work there.

You have no guarantees that it will get accreditation.

There's no chance that it will be the best in Italy in the near future. It won't even be the best in Milan. It would take 15 years to overtake the polytechnic and 30 years to overtake Bocconi, and that would require at least 50 million of funding.

The language of Italy is Italian. You need perfect fluency in Italian to work there.
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Thomas5

You have no guarantees that it will get accreditation.

There's no chance that it will be the best in Italy in the near future. It won't even be the best in Milan. It would take 15 years to overtake the polytechnic and 30 years to overtake Bocconi, and that would require at least 50 million of funding.

The language of Italy is Italian. You need perfect fluency in Italian to work there.


True,there is no guarantee, but a great great chance it will.

I do not have the competences to quantify how much expenditure it will take for it to overtake the Polytechnic or Bocconi. But it is funded and organized by Sole24Ore, therefore, it has great margines of growth.

<blockquote>You have no guarantees that it will get accreditation.

There's no chance that it will be the best in Italy in the near future. It won't even be the best in Milan. It would take 15 years to overtake the polytechnic and 30 years to overtake Bocconi, and that would require at least 50 million of funding.

The language of Italy is Italian. You need perfect fluency in Italian to work there. </blockquote>

True,there is no guarantee, but a great great chance it will.

I do not have the competences to quantify how much expenditure it will take for it to overtake the Polytechnic or Bocconi. But it is funded and organized by Sole24Ore, therefore, it has great margines of growth.
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Duncan

Sole24Ore is loss-making (http://financials.morningstar.com/ratios/r.html?t=S24&region=ITA). It cannot provide the funding that a school requires to compete at the European level. It has been running its own business school since 1994, and its success speaks for itself.

How can you possibly think it can overtake Bocconi?

Sole24Ore is loss-making (http://financials.morningstar.com/ratios/r.html?t=S24&region=ITA). It cannot provide the funding that a school requires to compete at the European level. It has been running its own business school since 1994, and its success speaks for itself.

How can you possibly think it can overtake Bocconi?
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