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Università Bocconi, founded in 1902, was the first Italian university to grant a degree in economics.
For a century, Bocconi has played a leading role in Italy's social and economic modernization. It has remained true to its founding values of being a major research university, with democratic values and open to the world, as well as financially and politically independent.
Università Bocconi believes that excellence can only be based on a person's academic profile as well as on his or her values and cultural and ethical background. This is why the University offers numerous activities, special occasions for people to enrich their knowledge.
Explore the Campus Life pages to discover: cultural, sporting and recreational opportunities.
Università Bocconi is divided into the following Schools.
The schools are made up of several programs and meet the various needs in higher education:
The Graduate School coordinates and supervises economics and business Master of Science programs, as well as pre-experience Specialized Master programs.
The Graduate School offers:
The Bocconi Graduate School provides students with many research opportunities as well as an advanced education. Rounding out the educational offer are the School's international standing, widely- recognized competencies and its solid relationships with leading companies and institutions.
In 2019-2020, the Bocconi Graduate School will offer twelve 2-year Master of Science programs in the fields of Economics, Management, Finance, Data Science and Poltical Science.
Choosing a Bocconi Master of Science degree is a smart move for at least five reasons:
Bocconi University believes in the importance of international programs. For this reason, during recent years the University has developed long lasting partnerships with prestigious universities and institutions worldwide.
International opportunities are available to virtually 100% of the students enrolled in their 2nd year of an MSc program, and around 50% of MSc students spend a semester or an academic year abroad.