Starting from April, the School provides online pre-courses that include Introduction to Financial Accounting, Quantitative Methods, Macroeconomics and Microeconomics. These courses are not compulsory for all students, but may be required for those without a background in economics and management.
You don’t need to know Italian to attend our MBA, but you probably don’t want to miss the opportunity to improve your language skills, particularly if you want to look for a job in Italy. From September to June we offer a free Italian language course for students to improve their language skills.
Basic knowledge in the digital age goes beyond learning a spoken and written language and some basic IT tools. This is why, in the first few months of our MBA program, we provide free courses in Microsoft Excel as well as the Bloomberg package for Finance and Quantitative Analysis, PYTHON Coding and Application course, etc.