EMMIO

Executive Master in Management of
International Organizations

9 Months
Duration
English
Language
Executive/Part-Time
Format

EMMIO.
TIME TO STEER INTERNATIONAL CHALLENGES.

 

The Executive Master in Management of International Organizations (EMMIO) is a part-time blanded program that successfully prepares participants to tackle the biggest managerial challenges of modern international organizations (among which: United Nations, International NGOs, Intergovernmental and Supranational Organizations), compacting an impressive workload and a full-fledged executive master program into a nine-month educational path compatible with full employment. By providing you with knowledge, methodological frameworks, and operational tools directly applicable to daily professional challenges, the EMMIO makes you feel an immediate connection with your working environment.

Welcome to EMMIO
Welcome to EMMIO

 

Compatible with full employment | Part-time

 

EMMIO aims to:

  • Unlock mid-and-senior level professionals’ management potential 
  • Facilitate an immediate connection with the working environment and knowledge immediately applicable
  • Enhance participants’ ability to think and to act strategically in today’s international cooperation scenarios.
  • Develop their ability to effectively lead organizations through sustainable and successful innovation.
  • Improve their distinctive managerial skills, including the ability to build and manage successful partnerships, raise critical resources to achieve their organization’s mandate and successfully leverage on human capital.
  • Advance their distinctive competencies to manage resources effectively, identify and manage risks, improve program management and reach operational excellence.

 

International organizations face complex, shifting and multifaceted challenges in order to enhance their relevance, and make a real impact on the SDG agenda. The EMMIO program is extremely well positioned to help create a new generation of true leaders and skillful managers, able to anticipate and tackle those challenges through strategic vision, partnership, agility, resilience, innovation and a results-orientation".

Michael Emery | DHR at IOM

The EMMIO program is the chance for mid-career officers to challenge themselves to take new steps in their careers, discover their management talent and acquire the necessary toolbox for managerial roles. To potential candidates I say: It would be a real pity bearing an unrevealed potential inside you.

Fernanda Guerrieri | Assistant Director-General, Corporate Services at FAO

In a constantly evolving and overcrowded global environment ¨reform¨ has become a buzz word and a challenging process for international organizations. EMMIO provides the academic opportunity to reflect on and to develop capacities for those who are already in managerial positions or are willing to assume those responsibilities.

Mirta Roses Periago | Former Director of the Pan American Health Organization

Success in a post-MDG world requires leaders who have the skills and vision to integrate issues of health, poverty, climate and security to reach development goals and make sure no one is left behind. EMMIO is an important program for building the kind of future leaders our organizations need-leaders who can break down the silos of bureaucracy and do the real work of putting people at the centre.

Michel Sidibe | Executive Director UNAIDS (the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS)

Supporting & Partner Organizations

The EMMIO knowledge base is a 'living thing' and it evolves based on training needs and emerging topics and issues on the global agenda.
For this reason, the EMMIO program leverages on expert professional networks and communities of practice to continuously generate and exchange knowledge on managerial practices, systems and tools.

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Meet EMMIO

Personalized Orientation

The Director and the Recruiting & Admissions team will be happy to arrange an individual orientation meeting at school to answer your questions and give you personalized advice. We can also do this remotely by phone or Skype.

 

Moreover, every year the school presents the Master through a series of public events, both online and offline. This is an opportunity to speak directly with directors, faculty, alumni, and staff.

 

Contact us for more information, to arrange a meeting, request to visit the school, or attend a class.

 

Phone: +39 02 5836 6831 / 3546 / 6217

Email: emmio@sdabocconi.it

“International organizations play a critical role in global governance and in enabling their partners to navigate increasingly complex and inter-related development challenges. The EMMIO aims to build a cadre of professionals with the skills and knowledge required to make a mark as international civil servants and to contribute to their organizations’ effectiveness and operational excellence. The program combines solid academic frameworks with dynamic teamwork and a strong focus on emerging trends and themes of the global development agenda. Join the EMMIO program - be part of the future leaders of international organizations.”

Greta Nasi
EMMIO Director

Highlights

20
Students

Class Size

67%
93% Int'l

Women

16
Years (10 years modal value)

Average Work Experience

50+
since 2015

Represented Org.

"EMMIO has been a fantastic experience. I learned a lot about myself and how to deal with multiple tasks and deadlines, about how to organize and to bring out the best of myself. I gained confidence. I would recommend it as a mean to grow your knowledge and your mind, as a step to transform your professional life."

Carole Vergères-Dürsteler
EMMIO 2017-2018

"EMMIO is a learning platform where professionals can exchange knowledge and experiences with a diverse and highly qualified group of professors and practicioners. I also call it change of “modus operandi” because it truly shapes your way of working."

Tolib Tohiri
EMMIO 2017-2018

Next Steps

1 Dec 2018
Application Review Start
15 Jul 2019
Application Deadline
9 Oct 2019
Program Start
1 Jun 2020
Program End

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