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MIEX is holding an Open Day to help prospective students learn about this dynamic and unique international program

By MIEX Master in International Management

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, June 8 · 3 - 5pm CEST


School of Economics and Management, University of Bologna Piazza Antonio Scaravilli 40126 Bologna Italy

About this event

  • 2 hours
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MIEX is holding an Open Day in presence at the School of Economics in Bologna and Online too, to help prospective students learn about this dynamic and unique international program. We are ready to answer any and all questions about the MIEXperience.

Find out what it is like to study at MIEX wherever you are. Chat live with our current students and alumni, as well as faculty and staff members to find out more about

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About the organizer

MIEX Master in International Management prepares recent graduates to fill the operational needs that companies require to compete successfully in the global marketplace. By providing top quality international management practices and hands-on business experiences through its network of global partners in Italy, France, China, Germany, Mexico and Russia, MIEX students gain the theoretical foundation on which to base practical application. Acquiring business acumen is not enough however to be a truly able international manager; MIEX students develop a strong and diverse cultural background that allows them to push the boundaries that define managers, bringing creativity and intrapreneurship to their roles.

The MIEX Alumni Association is the product of the first MIEX Alumni Day and was founded with the aim to build strong, collaborative relationships between alumni in order to increase the professional opportunities and tools available in the community. The main goals are: (1) to provide a means to network globally making available the vast assortment of sector expertise and professional tools found in the community; (2) to provide peer-to-peer mentoring services to assist in transitional phases; and (3) to foster a more connected community of knowledge.