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Economia e Gestione Aziendale : Business and Administration. Summary. Overview Learning Outcomes Career Opportunities Schedule of Courses (Study Plan) Admission process Positions available Evaluation criteria Main Deadlines Fees and Scholarships Exchange Opportunities. Overview

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Summary

  • Overview
  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities
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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Overview

  • Business and Administration is:
  • a 2-year postgraduate Master’s Degree(2nd cycle degree)
  • entirely taught in English
  • focused on the interdisciplinary character of managerial skills and on an international context
  • Real world problems do not come tagged as problems of (e.g.) law, economics or statistics, then the programme exploits the connections across such distinct disciplines to form managers for a wide variety of organizational settings and national/cultural contexts.
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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Learning Outcomes

  • Turn students intomanagers, consultants, entrepreneurs
  • Students will
  • learn advanced business administration, strategic management, and organization behavior
  • acquire entrepreneurial skills connected to innovation and business start-up
  • develop quantitative skills and the ability to apply them in a problem-solving context
  • internalize communication and co-operation skills
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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Career Opportunities

  • Manager in the marketing or organizationdepartments of international companies inmanufacturing, services, consulting, banking and insurance
  • Manager or consultant of finance-control or analyst in international companies in manufacturing, services, banks and other financial, consulting or surveillance bodies
  • Entrepreneur, consultant, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in business start-ups
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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)

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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Admission Process:Positions Available

Restricted Access: 30 students

Admission subject to preliminary assessment of students’ knowledge and skills

Criteria detailed in call for admission

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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Admission Process:Evaluation Criteria - 1st phase

  • Academic merit: 0-40 points
    • 0-30 in proportion to students’ graduation grade (average grade for students not yet graduated)
    • 0-10 for students with a B2 English language certificate
    • Consistence between academic curriculum and educational goals of the Business and Administration degree: 0-30 points
  • Study/Work experiences abroad: 0-15 points
  • Reference letters: 0-15 points
  • Admission to 2nd phase is conditional on achieving at least40/100 (40 points out of the 100 available) in the 1st phase
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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Admission Process:Evaluation Criteria - 2nd phase

  • Interview
    • Students are evaluated on
  • Problem solving skills
  • Team working
  • Motivation
  • Relational skills
  • English language
    • Minimum score required for the 2nd phase: 60/100
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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities
  • B2 English certificate is worth 10 points butNOT COMPULSORYStudents without the B2 certificate won’t get the points and their English skills may be evaluated during the interview
  • Admitted students who do not meet the B2 English certificate requirement will have to fill the deficit by passing the B2 test before the start of the second semester of the first year
  • The test will be administered by the University Linguistic Centre. Passing the B2 English test will be prerequisite for taking any further exam since the beginning of the second semester of the first year.
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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Admission Process:Main Deadlines

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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Fees and Scholarships

  • Tuition feesapproximately3.200€
  • The exact amount of the tuition fees still has to be decided
  • Scholarships
  • UNIBO ACTION 1:6 total exemptions (Fee Waiver) for international students -those who get the highest scores in the admission process
  • (specific application required– deadline: April 30th 2014)
  • BEST STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP:1 total exemption for the best student after the first year of the Business and Administration degree
  • UNIBO ACTION 2:32 scholarships (11.000€) for international students who enroll in UniBo courses, assigned according to SAT and GRE grades.
  • Deadline for application: 31/03/2014
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Overview

  • Learning Outcomes
  • Career Opportunities
  • Schedule of Courses (Study Plan)
  • Admission process
    • Positions available
    • Evaluation criteria
    • Main Deadlines
  • Fees and Scholarships
  • Exchange Opportunities

Exchange Opportunities

  • Double Degree Programmes
    • ICN Business School (Nancy – France)
    • Sup de Co – Neoma Business School (Reims – France)
  • Erasmus +study in European Schools
  • Overseasand Erasmus Mundus Action 2study in extra-European Schools
  • Erasmus Placementinternships in Europe
  • Scholarshipsto prepare the final thesis abroad
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Contacts

Mara DonatiInternational Relations Service

Phone+39 0543 374671

E-Mail ems.fo.international@unibo.it

Skype mara.donati

Programme Director: Prof. Fabio Ancarani

Programme Co-Director: Prof. Raffaele Corrado