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  • Bocconi University Campus, Milan, Italy
  • QS World University Rankings
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  • StatusPrivate
  • Research OutputVery High
  • Student/Faculty Ratio15
  • ScholarshipsYes
  • International Students1,942
  • SizeL
  • Total Faculty837

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Founded in 1902, Bocconi University was the first university in Italy to offer degrees in business and economics, and today, after over a century of development and expansion, Bocconi is widely recognised as one of the top European institutions of higher learning and research in the fields of management, economics, finance, data science, cyber risk and political science. Bocconi is constantly striving to combine a strong theoretical background with real-world applications, and to attract the kind of talented students who are potential future business leaders.

Choosing a Bocconi Master of Science degree is a smart move for a number of reasons, and will provide you with the opportunity to:

– study at a university that is highly placed in the most prestigious international rankings

– benefit from a complete learning experience

– take advantage of our preferential relations with top employers worldwide

– apply for one of the international opportunities offered by our network of partner schools

– enjoy an international experience in Milan, the Italian capital of finance, fashion and design

  • The ONE-STOP SERVICE CENTER is a welcome point for all administrative procedures and a place where you can access the front offices for all services.
  • The BOCCONI LIBRARY is one of the most well stocked libraries in Italy in the fields of economics, business administration and social sciences. The Bocconi community can access the Library’s digital collections from anywhere on any device 24/7. The print collections are available for loan and/or consultation onsite in two reading rooms and in the study spaces (27 rooms and 30 group study rooms) with about 690 seats. The Library is often open until 11pm or midnight, including on Saturdays and Sundays during the academic year to accommodate anyone studying for classes or exams.
  • The LANGUAGE CENTER and the IT EDUCATION SERVICES CENTER offer, respectively, curricular courses in foreign languages, cultural courses and the Film Festival-Movies & Languages and curricular and extracurricular courses in computer skills.
  • COUNSELING AND SELF-EMPOWERMENT helps students settle in on campus, improve their abilities, develop new skills, acquire a study method and face personal and/or academic problems.
  • Student HEALTH AND WELLNESS is an important topic. Students who may have health issues while on campus can take advantage of agreements with several healthcare facilities in Milan that offer health services and exams to Bocconi students at discounted fees.
  • The University’s publishing house, EGEA, also has a recentlyrenovated bookshop, with books for class, as well as literature and non-fiction. You can attend events with authors, intellectuals and journalists at the bookshop that are open to the public.
  • Students have several options for eating on campus: there are 3 DINING AREAS and coffee shops open to the Bocconi community. Students who meet need-based requirements can apply for reduced rate meals.
  • The BOCCONI SPORT TEAM promotes sports on campus at a competitive, university or amateur level: basketball, golf, lacrosse, rugby, sailing, skiing, soccer, tennis, track and field and volleyball. Several sporting events are also organized throughout the year, including Bocconi Sport Days and the Soccer Cup, which take place on campus.
  • There are around 100 STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS that organize meetings, debates, events and recreational activities every day. If your association does not yet exist, or you feel existing associations do not fully reflect who you are, new groups can be created at any time, allowing you to get the most of your experience on campus.
  • Social engagement is a value that is essential to Bocconi’s institutional identity. The COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT project advances and develops all academic and non-academic social initiatives at Bocconi, including the Volunteer Desk, and the student association Students for Humanity.
  • From food to entrepreneurship, as well as arts, fashion, music and so many other opportunities to have fun: there is something appealing to everyone! The CAMPUS LIFE office provides the spaces and resources needed for a variety of activities:
    - Interdisciplinary courses on various topics not strictly related to economics and legal issues (history, geopolitics, literature, philosophy, science and more)
    - Performing arts, including theater productions, musicals, choral ensemble, concerts and exhibitions on campus
    - Wellness and leisure with courses on yoga, first aid an self-defense
  • Bocconi is much more than just classrooms and lectures. Our students experience campus in all its aspects and directly manage a STUDENT MEDIA CENTER, which includes RadioBocconi, the newspaper Tra i Leoni and the web TV channel BocconiTV

MSc PROGRAMS ADMISSIONS


All our MSc programs start in early September.

Applicants can specify up to 4 additional choices in addition to their first choice.


Applications for the 2020-2021 AY are now openFive selection rounds are available for international applicants.


International applicants (applicants with a non-Italian undergraduate degree) are selected based on:

  1. GMAT or GRE (Bocconi requires only the verbal and quantitative sections); no minimum mandatory
  2. GPA of exams or courses passed during the undergraduate program (no need to be graduated yet by the time you apply) – mandatory
  3. Evaluation of the applicant's profile by the MSc Director, including:
    1. Curriculum Vitae  mandatory
    2. Personal Statement ­ (just one for all the choices) – mandatory
    3. Video Presentation  not mandatory

  

Applicants will not be evaluated if any of the mandatory elements above is missing. To apply for programs taught in English, it is not necessary to prove any knowledge of the Italian language, but it is necessary to demonstrate an English language knowledge.


Work experience is not compulsory.

Reference letters are not required. 

 

Thanks to programs with a strong theoretical background and an emphasis on real-world applications, Bocconi graduates are highly regarded by major international recruiters. Our Career Service provides personalized support throughout the career orientation and job search processes: tailored tools to successfully enter the job market and opportunities to meet major employers in Italy and abroad.


11,313 internship and job offers, 1,684 of which abroad

  • 8,985 internship offers, 1,143 of which abroad
  • 2,328 placement opportunities, 541 of which abroad


640 employers attended initiatives and events on- and off-campus:

  • 2 editions of Bocconi&Jobs (career fairs) on campus
  • Bocconi&Jobs abroad, 4 editions in Brussels, London, Paris and Shanghai 
  • Recruiting Dates, 6 editions dedicated to Arts, Media & Entertainment; Fashion, Luxury & Beauty; Financial Services & Fintech; Government, Public Services & International Organizations; Retail; Web & Digital Companies, with the participation of 1,965 graduate-level graduates and students
  • Investment Bank Days dedicated to leading investment banks
  • Job Market Law and Tax Firms
  • Dedicated recruiting initiatives with individual companies
  • CEMS Networking event reserved to Corporate Partners
  • 51 In-Company Training programs (31 abroad) 

107 Professional Orientation initiatives, 40% in collaboration with employers.

Individual activities, counseling on the Italian and international job market, counseling on professional planning and aptitude orientation for a total of 4,299 meetings.

About

Founded in 1902, Bocconi University was the first university in Italy to offer degrees in business and economics, and today, after over a century of development and expansion, Bocconi is widely recognised as one of the top European institutions of higher learning and research in the fields of management, economics, finance, data science, cyber risk and political science. Bocconi is constantly striving to combine a strong theoretical background with real-world applications, and to attract the kind of talented students who are potential future business leaders.

Choosing a Bocconi Master of Science degree is a smart move for a number of reasons, and will provide you with the opportunity to:

– study at a university that is highly placed in the most prestigious international rankings

– benefit from a complete learning experience

– take advantage of our preferential relations with top employers worldwide

– apply for one of the international opportunities offered by our network of partner schools

– enjoy an international experience in Milan, the Italian capital of finance, fashion and design

  • The ONE-STOP SERVICE CENTER is a welcome point for all administrative procedures and a place where you can access the front offices for all services.
  • The BOCCONI LIBRARY is one of the most well stocked libraries in Italy in the fields of economics, business administration and social sciences. The Bocconi community can access the Library’s digital collections from anywhere on any device 24/7. The print collections are available for loan and/or consultation onsite in two reading rooms and in the study spaces (27 rooms and 30 group study rooms) with about 690 seats. The Library is often open until 11pm or midnight, including on Saturdays and Sundays during the academic year to accommodate anyone studying for classes or exams.
  • The LANGUAGE CENTER and the IT EDUCATION SERVICES CENTER offer, respectively, curricular courses in foreign languages, cultural courses and the Film Festival-Movies & Languages and curricular and extracurricular courses in computer skills.
  • COUNSELING AND SELF-EMPOWERMENT helps students settle in on campus, improve their abilities, develop new skills, acquire a study method and face personal and/or academic problems.
  • Student HEALTH AND WELLNESS is an important topic. Students who may have health issues while on campus can take advantage of agreements with several healthcare facilities in Milan that offer health services and exams to Bocconi students at discounted fees.
  • The University’s publishing house, EGEA, also has a recentlyrenovated bookshop, with books for class, as well as literature and non-fiction. You can attend events with authors, intellectuals and journalists at the bookshop that are open to the public.
  • Students have several options for eating on campus: there are 3 DINING AREAS and coffee shops open to the Bocconi community. Students who meet need-based requirements can apply for reduced rate meals.
  • The BOCCONI SPORT TEAM promotes sports on campus at a competitive, university or amateur level: basketball, golf, lacrosse, rugby, sailing, skiing, soccer, tennis, track and field and volleyball. Several sporting events are also organized throughout the year, including Bocconi Sport Days and the Soccer Cup, which take place on campus.
  • There are around 100 STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS that organize meetings, debates, events and recreational activities every day. If your association does not yet exist, or you feel existing associations do not fully reflect who you are, new groups can be created at any time, allowing you to get the most of your experience on campus.
  • Social engagement is a value that is essential to Bocconi’s institutional identity. The COMMUNITY AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT project advances and develops all academic and non-academic social initiatives at Bocconi, including the Volunteer Desk, and the student association Students for Humanity.
  • From food to entrepreneurship, as well as arts, fashion, music and so many other opportunities to have fun: there is something appealing to everyone! The CAMPUS LIFE office provides the spaces and resources needed for a variety of activities:
    - Interdisciplinary courses on various topics not strictly related to economics and legal issues (history, geopolitics, literature, philosophy, science and more)
    - Performing arts, including theater productions, musicals, choral ensemble, concerts and exhibitions on campus
    - Wellness and leisure with courses on yoga, first aid an self-defense
  • Bocconi is much more than just classrooms and lectures. Our students experience campus in all its aspects and directly manage a STUDENT MEDIA CENTER, which includes RadioBocconi, the newspaper Tra i Leoni and the web TV channel BocconiTV

MSc PROGRAMS ADMISSIONS


All our MSc programs start in early September.

Applicants can specify up to 4 additional choices in addition to their first choice.


Applications for the 2020-2021 AY are now openFive selection rounds are available for international applicants.


International applicants (applicants with a non-Italian undergraduate degree) are selected based on:

  1. GMAT or GRE (Bocconi requires only the verbal and quantitative sections); no minimum mandatory
  2. GPA of exams or courses passed during the undergraduate program (no need to be graduated yet by the time you apply) – mandatory
  3. Evaluation of the applicant's profile by the MSc Director, including:
    1. Curriculum Vitae  mandatory
    2. Personal Statement ­ (just one for all the choices) – mandatory
    3. Video Presentation  not mandatory

  

Applicants will not be evaluated if any of the mandatory elements above is missing. To apply for programs taught in English, it is not necessary to prove any knowledge of the Italian language, but it is necessary to demonstrate an English language knowledge.


Work experience is not compulsory.

Reference letters are not required. 

 

Thanks to programs with a strong theoretical background and an emphasis on real-world applications, Bocconi graduates are highly regarded by major international recruiters. Our Career Service provides personalized support throughout the career orientation and job search processes: tailored tools to successfully enter the job market and opportunities to meet major employers in Italy and abroad.


11,313 internship and job offers, 1,684 of which abroad

  • 8,985 internship offers, 1,143 of which abroad
  • 2,328 placement opportunities, 541 of which abroad


640 employers attended initiatives and events on- and off-campus:

  • 2 editions of Bocconi&Jobs (career fairs) on campus
  • Bocconi&Jobs abroad, 4 editions in Brussels, London, Paris and Shanghai 
  • Recruiting Dates, 6 editions dedicated to Arts, Media & Entertainment; Fashion, Luxury & Beauty; Financial Services & Fintech; Government, Public Services & International Organizations; Retail; Web & Digital Companies, with the participation of 1,965 graduate-level graduates and students
  • Investment Bank Days dedicated to leading investment banks
  • Job Market Law and Tax Firms
  • Dedicated recruiting initiatives with individual companies
  • CEMS Networking event reserved to Corporate Partners
  • 51 In-Company Training programs (31 abroad) 

107 Professional Orientation initiatives, 40% in collaboration with employers.

Individual activities, counseling on the Italian and international job market, counseling on professional planning and aptitude orientation for a total of 4,299 meetings.

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