Bologna Alma To Launch Brazil-Europe Business Relations MBA
New, full-time program begins in October 2010
The new one-year, full-time program is for students with at least three years of working experience. It is taught entirely in English, and will consist of two parts: general (core) management courses and courses specific to Brazilian-European business relations.
According to the university, the new program is part of a partnership between the University of Bologna and the Brazilian Embassy in Italy to promote and support new joint projects between Brazil and Italy. The program is open to students from all nationalities.
For more information, please visit the program website or Bologna Alma's full FIND MBA directory profile.
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