MIP Politecnico Di Milano EMBA

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Start date: October 2017
 
Format: Digital learning & 2 face-to- face international full weeks
 
Duration: 18 months
 
Teaching language: English
 
Location: Everywhere
 
Required qualification: Professional graduates with at least 3 years of work experience
 
Course
 
The International Flex EMBA (i-Flex) is a 18-month Executive MBA aimed at managers who want to combine international study with work commitments, which allows the students to get the same diploma as traditional, class-based Executive MBAs. The program is in partnership with WOBI, the World of Business Ideas.
 
The program is based on an innovative digital learning platform developed on Microsoft technology, which allows students to study and work together using the same tools that they use on a daily basis, both at home and in the office.
 
With this breakthrough in the field of digital learning technology, our platform brings education into the work-life digital sphere of every student, in a simple, approachable way, never proposed before. The approach is very innovative since it combines digital learning with face-to- face interactions, throughinteractive lessons and Q&A sessions with the professors.
 
The program is made of:
 
  • 12 course
  • 2 International Weeks (Milan & Buenos Aires)
  • 1 Optional Week: Doing Business In China, Doing Business in Milan, Doing Business in the Silicon Valley
  • Inspirational skills & personal development
  • Project Work
 
The partnership with WOBI gives the students the unique chances to attend a program whose faculty is made also of the world’s top thinkers & doers in the field of management and business, such as Joseph Stiglitz or Richard Branson, and to join the world-class events organized by WOBI in cities like Bogota, Mexico City, Milan, Madrid, New York and Sydney.
Founded in 1979 as a Consortium between the Politecnico di Milano and many Italian institutions and several leading public and private industrial groups, today MIP is a non-for-profit consortium limited company.
 
MIP and the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering together make up the School of Management of Politecnico di Milano, which is involved in all the many aspects surrounding research and education in the fields of management, economics and industrial engineering.
 
Today MIP has changed its name and is now MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business, retaining its organizational structure composed of the University, and of 18 national and multinational companies: Assolombarda Confindustria Milano Monza Brianza, Bticino, Italtel, Pirelli & C, Edison, Fondazione Italcementi Cav. Lav. Carlo Pesenti, ENI Corporate University, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles-Magneti Marelli, Telecom Italia, Danieli & C. Officine Meccaniche, IBM Italia, Luxottica, Vodafone, Snam, BIP Business Integration Partners, OTB, Microsoft, Whirlpool.
 
In 2007, the School of Management was initially accredited by EQUIS.
 
Since first joining the Financial Times’ rankings of best European Business Schools in 2009, the School of Management received today is in the list with:
 
Executive MBA
Full-Time MBA
Master of Science in Management Engineering
Customised Executive Programs for business
Open Executive Programs for managers and professionals.
In 2013, the MBA and Executive MBA programs received the prestigious international accreditation, AMBA (Association of MBAs).
 
From 2014, the School is member of UniCON (International University Consortium for Executive Education), PRME (Principles for Responsible Management Education) and Cladea (Latin American Council of Management Schools). 
 
MIP Politecnico di Milano has launched a brand new MBA Blog www.growingleader.com offering useful information for the leaders of tomorrow.

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