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Management of innovation and entrepreneurship

Scienze Politiche, Economiche e Sociali

Information

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Scheda corso
Disciplinary Classification Management studies (LM-77)
Applications and admissions free, subject to entry requirements. For information http://mie.unimi.it/how-to-apply/
Duration 2 years (120 ects)
Curricula - Digital innovation
- Entrepreneurship
- Management of intellectual property rights
Attendance Strongly recommended
Location via Conservatorio, 7 - Milano[apre una nuova finestra]
For information http://mie.unimi.it/how-to-apply/
Tutors Prof. Andrea Ganzaroli
Prof.ssa Laura Iacovone
Programme coordinator Prof. Mario Benassi
Websites www.mie.unimi.it
www.facoltaspes.unimi.it
www.demm.unimi.it/corsi-di-laurea
www.unimi.it/studenti/875.htm

 

Admission requirements

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  • Applicants with an Italian degree (ex. DM 270/04 or equivalent ex. DM 509/99) from one of the following classes: Ingegneria civile e ambientale (L-7), Ingegneria dell’informazione (L-8), Ingegneria industriale (L-9), Mediazione linguistica (L-12), Scienze biologiche (L-13), Scienze dei servizi giuridici (L-14), Scienze del turismo (L-15), Scienze dell’amministrazione e dell’organizzazione (L-16), Scienze dell’economia e della gestione aziendale (L-18), Scienze della comunicazione (L-20), Scienza della pianificazione territoriale, urbanistica, paesaggistica e ambientale (L-21), Scienze e tecnologie agrarie e forestali (L-25), Scienze e tecnologie agro-alimentari (L-26), Scienze e tecnologie chimiche (L-27), Scienze e tecnologie fisiche (L-30), Scienze e tecnologie informatiche (L-31), Scienze e tecnologie per l’ambiente e la natura (L-32), Scienze economiche (L-33), Scienze geologiche (L-34), Scienze matematiche (L-35), Scienze politiche e delle relazioni internazionali (L-36), Scienze sociali per la cooperazione, lo sviluppo e la pace (L-37), Sociologia (L-40), Statistica (L-41), Storia (L-42), Tecnologie per la conservazione e il restauro dei beni culturali (L-43).
  • Students from undergraduate classes other than the above listed and students with foreign qualification can enrol to the course after positive judgement of the Admission Board.
  • For all candidates the following minimum requirements apply in order to be admitted to the course:
    • at least 40 ects in the areas of business/management, economics, mathematics, statistics and law;
    • Out of these 40 ects: at least 18 ects in the area of business/management and economics (SECS-P/07, SECS-P/08, SECS-P/09, SECS-P/10, SECS-P/11; SECS-P/01, SECS-P/02, SECS-P/03, SECS-P/06, SECS-P/12); at least 6 ects in mathematical and statistical areas (SECS-S/01 – SECS-S/03; SECS-S/05); in order to obtain the needed 40 ects applicants can also consider credits in law (IUS/04, IUS/05, IUS/07)
    • English language knowledge, level B2 or higher, properly certified (e.g.: TOEFL, IELTS, etc.) or any other relevant documentation (e.g.: award of a degree held in English, English language as mother tongue, 6 ects in English.

Check further formal requirements online before applying (www.mie.unimi.it)

Objectives

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The Master in Management of innovation and entrepreneurship aims at providing students with theoretical knowledge and analytical tools to identify and exploit entrepreneurial opportunities for innovation, change management and organizational transformation. The drivers of new business creation, the ability to identify business opportunities offered by the markets, the analysis of human, economic and financial resources needed to create and develop new projects represent some of the topics in the entrepreneurship field. Entrepreneurship and innovation are interwoven. Innovation is conceived in a broad sense, spanning from new knowledge generation to enter in new markets to the development of new products, processes and management approaches, based on innovative organizational solutions and competitive strategies. Alongside the creation of new companies, the ability to innovate and seize the opportunities for investing in new markets by existing companies is a condition of success for the revitalization of more mature businesses. The course structure is meant to strengthen the acquisition of knowledge and skills concerning the analysis and interpretation of business decision-making processes, with a specific focus on the design, implementation and evaluation of entrepreneurial and innovation processes taking place in a variety of industrial sectors where goods and services are produced.

Career prospects

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The Master Management of innovation and entrepreneurship is intendend to prepare enrolled students to the following professions:

Curriculum: Digital innovation
Directors of private companies in manufacturing sectors; commerce; service for companies, banks and similar
Directors of business functions
Entrepreneurs and small business managers in information and telecommunication services
 

Curriculum: Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurs, managers and managers of small businesses in manufacturing sectors, commerce and services for businesses, banking and similar
Entrepreneurs and directors of large banks, insurance companies, real estate agencies, financial intermediaries
Entrepreneurs and directors of large companies in services to businesses and individuals
Directors and general managers of companies
 

Curriculum: Management of intellectual property rights
Managers of intellectual property rights for medium and large companies
External consultants for the management of intellectual property rights for small businesses
Directors and managers of the research and development department
Entrepreneurs of consulting firms in industrial and intellectual property
Legal experts in companies

Experience of study abroad as part of the training program

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During the Degree course, students can participate to study and internship experiences abroad within the Erasmus + Programme, which represents an excellent opportunity to improve their abilities and knowledge in an international context. The University of Milan has agreements with Universities located in different areas, which include: China, France, India, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore and Spain.

Degree syllabus

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I year

Insegnamenti comuni e crediti
Compulsory learning activities ECTS
Advanced industrial organisation 9
Business and commercial law 6
Business history 6
Corporate finance 6
Management of innovation 6
Performance management and control systems 9
Quantitative methods 12

II year

Curriculum: Digital innovation

Insegnamenti comunic e crediti
Compulsory learning activities ECTS
Digital marketing and innovation 9
Innovation in marketing channels 9
Internet economics and digital business 9
Strategies and tools for industry 4.0 9

 

Curriculum: Entrepreneurship

Insegnamenti comuni e crediti
Compulsory learning activities ECTS
Advanced strategic management 9
Corporate banking and financial markets 9
New business start-up 9
Social and sustainable entrepreneurship 9

 

Curriculum: Management of intellectual property rights

Insegnamenti comunic e crediti
Compulsory learning activities ECTS
Data management for intellectual property rights 9
Management of licensing 9
Managing and evaluating intellectual property rights 9
Property rights: legal aspects 9

 

Elective activities common to both curricula

  • 9 ects for elective activities;
  • 6 ects for internship/stage;
  • Final exam (15 ects).