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Management of Innovation and EntrepreneurshipManagement dell'innovazione e imprenditorialita' (MII)

General information

Classification of Scholarly Field LM-77 Economic and Business Sciences
Application and Admission

Limited enrollment with admission test.
Admission to the course takes place through a screening procedure that includes a written test to ascertain English language fluency and the knowledge of the subjects economics, business, mathematics and statistics, a test of the results of the Bachelor Degree and an oral examination, if required. For more information about admission requirements, visit the website www.mii.unimi.it .
How to apply.

Course Duration 2 years (120 credits)
Course Attendance Highly recommended
Course Language Italian
Course Location via Conservatorio 7 - Milano
Course Subjects
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Innovation
Head of Studies Mario Benassi
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Admission requirements

Graduates in: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Information Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Biological Sciences, Tourism Sciences, Administration and Organisation Sciences, Economics and Business Management Sciences, Territorial, Urban, Landscape and Environmental Planning Sciences, Agricultural and Forestry Sciences and Technologies, Agricultural and Food Sciences and Technologies, Chemical Sciences and Technologies, Physical Sciences and Technologies, Computer Sciences and Technologies, Environmental and Natural Sciences and Technologies, Economic Sciences, Geological Sciences, Political Sciences and International Relations, Social Sciences for Cooperation, Development and Peace, Sociology, History, Cultural Heritage Conservation and Restoration Technologies, and the corresponding categories specified in Ministerial Decree 509/99, as long as they have acquired at least 40 credits in the following study pathways:
a - Business Sciences
b - Economic Sciences
c - Mathematical and Statistical Sciences
d - Law

of which at least 18 credits in sectors a and b, and at least 9 credits in sector c.

Admission to the course takes place through a screening procedure that includes a written test to ascertain English language fluency and the knowledge of the subjects economics, business, mathematics and statistics, a test of the results of the Bachelor Degree and an oral examination, if required. For more information about admission requirements, visit the website www.mii.unimi.it



Course Objectives

The graduate in Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship studies the details of topics related to the processes of creating and developing entrepreneurial initiatives to provide theoretical know-how and analysis tools designed to meet the demand of managerial and organisational change and innovation.



Career and Employment

The graduate in management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship may usefully place his or her knowledge at the disposal of two sectors: 

  • In existing companies and organisations: in said framework the graduate can contribute to design, perfect and implement innovative projects (for example: develop new products; adopt new production processes; access new markets); 
  • In the launch of new start-ups where the graduate can cooperate in the creation of the team, in perfecting the business idea and its implementation.

The graduate from the Innovation pathway can find career opportunities as:

  • Director or equivalent position of State administrations, autonomous companies, non-economic public institutions and local institutions; 
  • Director of associations of national or supranational interest in a cultural and scientific environment;
  • Director of private industries, in a strict sense;
  • Director of private business enterprises;
  • Director of private companies that provide services for companies, banks and the like;
  • Director of corporate functions;
  • Director of the Department of Research and Development.

The graduate from the Entrepreneurial pathway can find career opportunities as:

  • Entrepreneur, manager and administrator of small industries, in a strict sense;
  • Entrepreneur, manager and administrator of small business enterprises;
  • Entrepreneur, manager and administrator of small companies that provide services for companies, banks and the like.