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Business Administration - International Management CurriculumCa' Foscari University of Venice
Business Administration - 2-Year Master's Program
This graduate programme in Business Administration from Ca' Foscari University of Venice will give students the knowledge and skills that they need to manage a business. The course focuses on the contemporary transformation of the Italian economy and on the "Made in Italy" phenomenon in particular. The program will additionally cover issues regarding sustainability.
The program follows an international curriculum that will provide students with the managerial skills that they need to develop a new generation of small and medium-sized global businesses operating in areas such as marketing, international management, labour laws, and international economics.
This program has limited admission. Applicants must take an admission test and have certified understanding of the English language. Request information to learn more.
Degree & diploma
Graduates of this course will receive a Master's Degree in business administration
Tuition & fees
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Ca' Foscari University of Venice
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice - Italy's First Business School
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice was established in 1868 as first business school in Italy. Since then, the university has become a multidisplinary institution that offers a wide range of programs in economics and management, the humanities, foreign languages, and...
Location & accommodation
Ca' Foscari University of Venice is located in the world famous Italian city of Venice in Northern Italy. The city stretches across 117 small islands and has been described by the as being one of Europe's most picturesque and romantic cities. Venice is also a city of industry and provides the perfect location for international students looking to study in Europe.