An MBA in Italy is a great choice for many students. What's not to love? From the Alps to Rome, from Naples to Sicily, the country is extremely varied in terms of natural terrain.
And the same is true for MBA programs as well: there's something for everyone. Italy's business schools are increasingly offering English-language MBA programs aimed at international students, and some of these programs have international accreditation and a few are even ranked in international rankings publications. Many MBAs in Italy offer specializations that reflect the country's industries. A few business schools in the country, for instance, offer MBAs in Luxury Brand Management, and others offer general MBAs or MBAs in Finance, among other programs.
In terms of post-MBA career options, some students find work in international companies operating in Italy. Others find work in one of the country's strong industries, such as tourism or retail products. See a list of all MBA programs in Italy below.
MBA Programs in Italy
Full-Time: International Full-Time MBA, Master in Performing Arts Management more
Part-Time: International Part-Time MBA more
Executive MBA: Executive MBA, Part Time Executive MBA, Evening Executive MBA, Flex EMBA, IMM Global EMBA more
Distance Learning: International Flex EMBA - The Distance Learning MBA more
Dual Degree: MBA / Master's from MIT Supply Chain Management Program more
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