Master in Food & Beverage Management | SDA Bocconi

An Engaging Teaching Method

While in the morning you work in class, afternoons are spent on team work, exercises, business-case analysis, assignments, seminars, complementary courses (such as Italian classes) and other complementary activities (cultural seminars, wine and spirit tasting, etc.). Thus, you must consider at least 6 hours of classroom activity per day, plus several hours of study at home or on campus with your colleagues.

 

This Master features direct and practical approaches to matters related to the F&B industries as well as the restaurant, food service, and hospitality business. Direct contact with real world projects is fundamental to gain a keen perception of what the companies look for and what the main issues and problems are in managing these types of firms. So you will be involved in real projects with top international companies, tutored by SDA Bocconi faculty members.

 

The last part of the master (at least 10 weeks, from September to December) must be devoted to one of the following alternatives that will enrich your learning process:

  • Internship experience
  • Field project in small groups
  • Personal business project

 

The SDA Bocconi campus is equipped with computers, printing/copy centers, library, databases, and plenty of areas for group and individual study. There is Wi-Fi throughout the campus, and our IT department is available to assist you with a variety of IT needs.