Labour and ManagementScienze del lavoro dell'amministrazione e del management (LAM)

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field L-16 Administration and Organisation Sciences
Application and Admission Entrance examination:  How to apply
Course Duration 3 years, (180 credits)
Course Attendance Highly recommended
Course Language Italian
Course Subject Human resources management
Employment consulting
Course Location via Conservatorio 7 - Milano
Head of Studies Olivia Bonardi
Course Website Programme Description (Italian)



Course Objectives

The Degree Course in Labour and Management is designed to provide basic know-how and the specific skills required for the education of experts in organisation, administration and optimisation of human resources in productive organisations (both profit and non-profit), and in design, implementation and management of labour and occupational policies outside companies and in associations that focus on economic interests.



Career and Employment

Graduates in Labour and Management can find career opportunities in the following occupational frameworks:

  • Personnel and human resources area in private and public productive organisations (screening, management, organisation and development, administration of human resources; trade union relations of companies, and in public administrations) or in the freelance and consulting services sector (occupational consultants; social and organisational consulting services in the field of human resources);
  • Public and private institutions that operate in the labour market with duties centred on programming, design, management and monitoring of labour policy-related interventions; inspection and supervision of work; orientation and initiation to work, matching demand and offer, administration, intermediation, research and screening of personnel, outplacement, professional training; the following types of organisations and institutions can be mentioned as an example: labour policy offices in Regional and Provincial Administrations, occupational centres, employment agencies, provincial occupational administrations, including inspection services, bilateral institutions and non-profit organisations operating in the sector;
  • Organisations that represent economic interests (trade union organisations for labourers and entrepreneurs, Chamber of Commerce).