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Graduate School – Prospective Students

Dean of the Graduate SchoolFrancesco Saita

In 2014-2015, the Bocconi Graduate School will offer eight 2-year Master of Science programs taught entirely in English. The various Bocconi Master of Science programs taught in Italian are also open to international students. 

Choosing a Bocconi Master of Science degree is a smart move for a lot of reasons:

  • Two-year programs with in-depth specialization
  • Flexible study plan with compulsory internship
  • Renowned international Faculty and highly practical teaching methods
  • An outstanding level of quality in the student body
  • Concrete financial support to excellent students (with some scholarships based only on merit and others on income)

Furthermore, Università Bocconi:

  • places highly on international rankings
  • has preferential relations with top employers
  • is part of a network of leading universities worldwide
  • has a vibrant campus in downtown Milan.

Students at Bocconi become part of a truly international and multicultural community, with classmates and faculty from all over the world. 

  • 1571 international students enrolled in the a.y. 2012-2013 at Bocconi 
  • Graduate international students come mostly from Europe (72.2%), Asia (22.2%) and America (4.7%
  • About 1200 incoming students each year from partnerschools
  • Over 3300 outgoing students each year:
    • around 2000 for study abroad opportunities
    • around 1300 for work abroad opportunities


Master of Science programs In Italian In English
International Management  
Marketing Management
Economics and Management in Arts, Culture, Media and Entertainment  
Economic and Social Sciences
Economics and Management of Innovation and Technology  
Accounting, Financial Management and Control
Economics and Management of Public Administration and International Institutions  
Law and Business Administration  

Specialized Master programs are also part of the Graduate School.

Last modified 13 January 2014 - 16:27:47

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