Alumni are one of the greatest assets of business schools throughout the world.
The Bocconi Alumni Association brings together over 12,000 SDA Bocconi Master Alumni who have graduated from SDA Bocconi MBAs and Specialized Masters Programs. The Association aims to spread the value of a shared experience and culture, strengthening ties among Alumni, regardless of the program they attended.
The Association also aims to maintain a relationship between Alumni and SDA Bocconi, with the intention of increasing the School's prestige and influence in national and international economic, financial and corporate spheres.
Bocconi Alumni carry out a series of initiatives, in Italy and abroad, in order to achieve its objectives:
• Encouraging the exchange of experiences and networking among Alumni
• Gaining visibility and prestige for SDA Bocconi at a national and international level
• Promoting international development and the growth of SDA Bocconi
• Encouraging donations to the School from individual members and supporting fundraising activities that benefit SDA Bocconi initiatives.
Services for Alumni include an on-line directory, a calendar of events, newsletters, Chapter and Club news, and many other services that help foster networking among Alumni, and relations between Alumni and the School.
An international network
SDA Bocconi Alumni currently reside in more than 110 countries and the network is developing in a large number of cities including Athens, Barcelona, Buenos Aires, Dubai, Frankfurt, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Mumbai, Munich, New York, Paris, São Paulo, Shanghai, Tokyo, Zagreb, Zurich.
"My experience of studying at SDA Bocconi gave me invaluable knowledge and career opportunity through cluster modules of arts and heritage management, and policy analysis. And through visits to various public agencies and global corporations in Milan, we gained more practical experience.
I made many international friends, with whom I stayed in touch even after graduation. I would recommend to anyone committed to improving their countries' public sector or global governance to join the MPA of SDA Bocconi School of Management."
Milena Stefanovic, Serbian | MPM 2005
Assistant Lecturer and PhD Candidate at University of Arts, Belgrade