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Provisional Schedule

1-12 July 2019

Summer School activities for international high school students will begin on Monday 1 July at 9:00am and end on Friday 12 July around 1pm. Classes will be held at Bocconi University in Piazza Sraffa 13, Milan.

Week 1 1-5 July

  Mon 1 July
Tue 2 July
Wed 3 July
Thu 4 July
Fri 5 July
Registration (9am), opening session (10am), campus tour Lecture Lecture Lecture Project presentations
12:30-2pm Lunch break
Networking Lunch with Bocconi Faculty
Lecture Group work Company visit Group work
Session on Bocconi BSc admissions

Week 2 8-12 July

Mon 8 July

Tue 9 July

Wed 10 July

Thu 11 July

Fri 12 July

Lecture Lecture Lecture Lecture Project presentations (9:30am) and closing session (12:30pm)
12:30-2pm Lunch break

Group work Soft skills workshop
Company visit Group work Free time

Company visits

    Company visits will complement the class activities: the weekly schedule will depend on the specific course; each course will have its own syllabus and program that will be made available to participants before the start of the Summer School.

    Social activities (included in the package)

    • Opening ceremony and campus tour on the first day
    • Milan sightseeing tour
    • Networking lunch with Bocconi Bsc Faculty
    • Soft Skills Seminar
    • Evening party
    • Closing ceremony

    Discover more about Milan and Italy

    Take advantage of your free time and weekends to explore Milan or jump on a train and go: two hours to the seaside, less than two hours to the mountains and the alpine lakes, plus art treasures, agritourist farms and wine regions in any direction, while experiencing one of the world's best-loved cuisines!

    Students are covered by basic accident insurance during all Summer School-related activities.
    We strongly suggest that international students make sure they have or purchase appropriate travel/medical insurance before leaving their home country.

    Students will be supervised by faculty, staff or tutors during all teaching and social activities included in the Summer School program; students will be unsupervised during free time and weekends. Students admitted to attend Bocconi Summer School and their parent/guardian will be required to accept and comply with the Code of Conduct adopted for it by the University for the entire duration of the program.

    Last modified 15/04/2019 - 12:53:03