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MIB School of Management T i t It l Trieste, Italy MIB School of Management MIB School of Management was founded in 1988 : its associates include important European universities, major Italian companies and top‐ranking economic organisations (e.g. Assicurazioni Generali, Benetton, illycaffè, Allianz Group).

The partners: support educational activities, bring know‐how & experience, bring financial contributions & demand for training, propose scholarships, internships & project works , offer placement opportunities.


Campus: Trieste  PREMISES: one of the most prestigious historical buildings of Trieste, Trieste Palazzo Ferdinandeo, constructed in the second half of the 19th century. TECHNOLOGY: sophisticated teaching tools and advanced technology applied to learning processes: from wi‐fi coverage to the e‐Learning FirstClass platform, from simultaneous interpreting to the internal video streaming system. FACILITIES: 200 seat conference hall, library, reading rooms, computer rooms, bar‐ cafeteria, self‐service restaurant, living room and garden.


MIB at a glance  Masters’ programmes

3 full‐time & 3 part‐time

Educational Programmes (2007)

About 40

Students attending MIB programmes (2007)

About 1.000

Students’ nationalities Students nationalities

61

Internal Faculty

31 internal professors

Visiting Faculty

200 visiting professors from 25 countries

Courses accreditations

8

Main Recruiters

60 international companies

Partner companies

150 at international level

Agreements with international Business School

9

St ff Staff

28


MIB in the International Context 60 countries represented by course participants 200 visiting professors from 25 countries 200 visiting professors from 25 countries 3 Master courses entirely in English Numerous international accreditations Numerous international accreditations

International outlook is an integral part of MIB’s mission.

The School’s international outlook: the type of courses offered, the type of courses offered participants and faculty profiles, membership of leading International business school networks, training projects carried out at international level, training projects carried out at international level, relationships with companies, training institutes and trainers from every continent. 


MIB: Accreditations and Associations AMBA, Association of MBAs

EPAS, EFMD Programme Accreditation System

United Nations WTO ‐ TedQual Certification

ASFOR, Association of Italian Business Schools

EFMD, European Foundation d f Management Development for l

CEEMAN, Central and Eastern Europe Management Development Association Executive MBA Council


MIB Educational Offer Full‐time MBAs and Masters MBA in International Business – Accredited AMBA, ASFOR Master in Insurance & Risk Management ‐ Accredited EPAS, ASFOR International Master in Tourism & Leisure ‐ Accredited ASFOR, WTO

Part‐time MBAs and Masters Executive MBA – Accredited AMBA, ASFOR Executive Master in Wine Business

Specialization Courses Specialization Courses in the main areas of International Management 

MIB Enterprise p & Public Administration Programmes for Managers, Entrepreneurs and public administration


The School’s MBAs and Master Courses MBA IN  INTERNATIONAL  BUSINESS

MASTER IN  INSURANCE & RISK  MANAGEMENT

INTERNATIONAL  MASTER IN TOURISM  & LEISURE

EXECUTIVE  MASTER IN WINE  BUSINESS

EXECUTIVE  MBA

MBA

Specialized Master 

Specialized Master

Specialized Master

MBA

English

English

English

Italian

Italian

Accreditation

AMBA Asfor ‐ MBA

EPAS Asfor

UNWTO TedQual UNWTO TedQual Asfor

Target profile

Graduates with 3  years work  experience experience 

Graduates

Graduates

Graduates with  substantial work  experience experience 

Graduates with  substantial work  experience experience 

30

30

30

20

30

1400

1300

1800

1200

1200

13 months or 24 months

12 months

12 months

15 months

22 months

Full‐time/Part‐time

Full‐time

Full‐time

Part‐ time

Part‐time

18th

9th

7th

2nd

7th

Type of course  Language

Places Offered  (maximum) Course hours  ( l d (including projects  and placement)  Course Duration Type of attendance Course Edition

AMBA AMBA  Asfor ‐ MBA


Learning Process Classes Case Studies: C St di work groups analyze and talk about complex cases  k l d t lk b t l in front of classmates  Business Games: simulations where learning occurs in a virtual  context of real‐life business situations.  Company Visits: designed to allow participants to understand  the business world from the inside  Project Works: consulting projects led by participants either  singly or in a group for sponsor and partner companies.  International Study Tours International Exchanges: participants may choose to complete  their education in a prestigious business school abroad.  h d b h l b d Personal Development: communication, interpersonal relations,  leadership, group spirit, flexibility, problem‐solving ‐ group and  individual activities.  Career Counselling: specially‐trained personnel help candidates  define their personal and professional goals. 


Career Support The main objective for our MBA and Master  participants is to improve career prospects. MIB School of Management: assists in defining the most effective strategy to  achieve career objectives , j organises company presentations and individual  meetings between participants and recruiters. MIB Career Services:  operates as an intermediary between candidates  and companies, creates professional opportunities for participants, helps companies select candidates in line with their  company’s needs, helps candidates recognize their own potential, set  h l did i h i i l goals, and develop skills required by the job market.


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