The Master’s Degree Course in Business Management trains graduates for positions in public and private economic organizations and non-profit associations in the fields of administration and finance, planning and control, strategic marketing, supply chain management, and business innovation.
The Course offers valuable opportunities for international exchanges in the framework of the Erasmus+ Program and Bilateral Agreements, and it promotes training and internships with enterprises, which give students the opportunity to test the acquired knowledge and competence directly on the ground.
- Degree code: LM-77
- Degree type: MA
- Study method: Full-time
- Course language: English
- Duration: 2 years
- Location: Rome
- Entry requirements:
- Bachelor’s degree
- B2 level (CEFR) of English
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Over 90% of Link Campus University graduates find employment within 6 months of finishing their course
Type of roles that you could work in as a graduate of this course:
- Strategy analyst and advisor
- Market Manager
- Brand Manager
- Public Relations Manager
- Manager in Insurance companies and banks
- Credit Manager
- Financial Analyst
- Business Advisor
- Credit Specialist
- Consolidation & Reporting Manager
Graduates are suitable to work as entrepreneurs, consultants, professional staff and managers and to appropriately identify and solve financial issues throughout the stages of businesses launching and development. The course pays particular attention to connection-building with bank and financial agents as well as to the handling of tax-related aspects from a national and international point of view.
Experts in this sector can likewise work for the identification of tools, funds, and investors by financial segments of businesses and institutions, for intermediation and tax management by tax consultancy offices.
The lab provides students with tools and methodologies to be able to operate on financial markets, by training them in the utilization of specific trading-focused negotiation platforms.
The lab enables students to work on planning start-up initiatives, while taking care of all different components, related to tax policies, the legal framework, the financial sector, the organizational-productive chain, commercial activities and the logistical and supply-related segments.
Business digitalization Lab
The lab was devised to provide students with useful operational tools to mainstream digital technologies into all different business functions and organizational segments, including into the relations with third subjects (such as suppliers, customers, knowledge sources, technology providers et cetera).
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