Highlights of the MBA
For entrepreneurs only
The MBA admits only participants who have a business project. The program is built around participants’ business ideas and each course is designed to help them concretely build on that project.
Participants are supported by a Business Coach, a dedicated business consultant that assists them in refining of their business idea, developing the business plan and establishing an industry network.
Relations with investors
Participants are given a minimum of three opportunities to pitch their project to a jury of investors.
Together with the degree from the local university, the program offers an MBA from the Catholic University of Milan, Italy, Europe’s largest private university.
The MBA is the first non-American program to receive the Ashoka Innovation Award.
The blending of classroom and on-line training allows participants to attend the program while continuing their current job or business.
The Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship awards a Master Degree from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Italy).
The Global MBA in Impact Entrepreneurship is structured as a “training camp” where each course directly responds to a concrete need that arises while implementing a start-up or scale-up strategy. The MBA courses are divided into two main categories: business courses and business labs.
These courses aim at developing, testing and validating the business model and at acquiring specific managerial knowledge. Business Courses entail both business assignments and traditional examinations.
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- Business Model Design
- Business Strategy and Scaling
- Social Impact Measurement
- Basic Accounting
- Financial Planning 1
- Financial Planning 2
- Principles of Corporate Finance
- Market Analysis
- Entrepreneurial Marketing
- Human Resource Management
- Business research methods and statistics
- Project management
- Operations Management
- Business Law and Taxation
These laboratories aim at providing hands-on business management and development experience, at acquiring personal business skills, writing the business plan and developing relations with investors. Business Labs do not entail traditional examinations.
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- Business Model in Progress
- Sales and Negotiation
- Creativity and Opportunity Recognition
- Corporate Governance & Legal issues
- Business Ethics
- Business Planning
- Meet Successful Entrepreneurs