Master degree in International Management

Classe di laurea magistrale 77 - Scienze economico-aziendali

Lessons will be conducted entirely in English.

  • General information
  • Course structurecoorte 2015
  • Course structurecoorte 2016
  • Lectio magistralis The auto industry 'revolution': drivers, impacts and automakers strategies. How to win the challenge” (2016)

    Lectio magistralis International Mergers in the Luxury Global Market” (2015) [video]

    Call for the admission 2016

    Master degree in International Management

    Information about UNIMORE

    Tutorship

    Study Plan

    Free choice exams

    Online study programmes

    How to graduate


    Note
    Lessons will be conducted entirely in English.

    For the next AY 2016/2017 the Master Degree In International Management will arrange some courses, completely  taught in English, as free choice (9 CFU during the second year). The courses will be the following :

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    • Sustainable consumption 3 CFU – Silvia Grappi (UNIMORE)
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    • Industrial organization and competition policy 3 CFU – Sergio Paba (UNIMORE)
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    • Business planning  3 CFU – Cinzia Parolini (UNIMORE)
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    • International capital budgeting  3 CFU – Valeria Venturelli (UNIMORE)
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    • Competing in international markets: strategies and operations 6 CFU - Nathan Berg (University of Otago, New Zealand)
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    Some rules
    In the 1st year, the following are possible as alternatives: English (advanced) - 1st part and Chinese - 1st parte. Students cannot choose both languages, even if in the Esse3 booklet they will find both types of lessons.

    Students enrolled on the second-cycle degree course in International Marketing cannot be admitted to the English courses organised by the University’s language Centre (CLA) (for students whose level of competence in English for admittance to their particular course has already been established as suitable), since the course of study includes an exam in English (advanced) as part of the curriculum, the final level of which is equivalent to C1 in the Common European Framework.

    It is possible to carry out an internship with 0 credits as part of the final examination in second-cycle degree courses.

    Recommended texts for the 2016/17 admission interview
    To help prepare for the interview, it is advisable to study the main themes of business administration, international economics and international marketing, statistics. 
    These topics may be studied using various texts currently available, including:

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    • David Boddy, Management: An Introduction, Pearson Education Limited; 6th Revised edition, (2014)
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    • Svend Hollensen, Global marketing, Pearson, 2014. Part IV
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    • D.Pindyck & D.Rubinfeld, Microeconomics, 8°ed., Pearson-Prentice Hall
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    • Gregory J. Privitera (2015). Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences. Sage. Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 (pages 1-351)
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