MIP International Network
During the MBA program, participants are also given the opportunity to attend some courses abroad thanks to our International Exchange Program.
Our Partner Business Schools are:
- EADA (Barcellona, Spain)
- EM Lyon (Lyon, France)
- IAE Business School (Aix en Provence, France)
- Lomonosov (Moscow, Russia)
- Neoma Business School (Reims, France)
- University of Brighton (Brighton, UK)
- MIT - Center for Transportation and Logistics (Boston, USA)
- Beihang University - School of Economics and Management (Beijing, China)
- Lingnan University College, Sun Yat-sen University (Guangzhou, China)
- Shanghai University of Finance and Economics (SUFE) (Shanghai, China)
- Xiamen University (Xiamen, China)
- UESTC School of Managmeent and Economics (Chengdu, China)
- School Of Inspired Leadership - SOIL (Delhi, India)
- Macquarie Graduate School of Management (North Ryde, Australia)
*This new Exchange Program has been entitled to the memory of Prof. Spina, who strongly believed in Internationalization as a top priority of the Business School of Politecnico di Milano.
Each exchange may last from one week to 3 months in duration. In general, tuition fee and cost of program materials are waived. Students only pay for their own travel, lodging, health insurance and any other incidental costs.
Agreements may be subject to changes. Please write to email@example.com for the most updated info.
Jayadeep Akkireddy, India – MBA 2012
"I spent 3 months in one of the top-business schools in France: EM Lyon.
This long exchange gave me the opportunity to understand French culture, which I believe is very important for doing business in France. They have a wide variety of electives to choose from and there are a lot of exchange students from all over the world so I felt very at home. The school is an hour’s drive to the Alps and I joined a skiing trip with the class that made us a little closer. I enjoyed all the facilities the school has to offer and expanded my network. I strongly recommend to any incoming students that they participate in one of these exchanges and take the opportunity to make their profile more international."
Students can take part in courses offered by the partner business schools. These exchanges provide participants with exposure to an interesting panel of topics and a different educational approach.
Silicon Valley Experience
During the MBA program students will have the opportunity to experience an intensive one-week study tour in Silicon Valley designed in collaboration with Business Association Italy America (BAIA), a business network created by and for professionals operating between Italy and the United States. The study tour offers unique and invaluable business and cultural insights into one of the most innovative and fast-growing environments: San Francisco and the Silicon Valley. The purpose of the trip is to expose students to the Silicon Valley ecosystem and deepen their understanding of entrepreneurship and other current hot topics through meetings with executives, company visits and cultural excursions. Students will visit startups and business accelerators (e.g. Plug & Play Tech Center), large corporations (e.g. IBM Almaden Research Center), venture capital firms, incubators and academic institution (e.g. Stanford Center for Professional Development) to gain a broader perspective on the process of taking an idea to the market and scaling a company. Whether you want to launch your own venture or add entrepreneurial thinking to your toolkit, the Silicon Valley Week in the MBA Program will give you completely new ways of thinking about entrepreneurship, networks and innovation.*
*The description refers to the 2016 edition of the study tour. Slight changes may occur for the next edition.
Dual Degree program with MIT, Boston
MIP is proud to offer students of the International Full Time MBA the chance to take part in the dual-exchange program with MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics in Boston. The exchange agreement with MIT, as part of MIP’s extensive international exchange program, gives students the opportunity to earn a Master’s degree from the MIT Supply Chain Management Program, in addition to the Master of Business Administration from MIP Politecnico di Milano.
Duration: 1 year + 10 months
Locations: Milan, Italy & Boston, USA
Tuition Fee: EUR 32,000 + USD 67,938 (Tuition fee payable to MIP is discounted by 25%)
Living Expenses: EUR 800-1,200 per month in Milan + USD 2,000 per month in Boston
Requirements: Minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience
GMAT above 700
IELTS above 7.0
Would you like to know more about the Dual Degree program directly from our alumni, click on From MIP to MIT - 3rd of October to find out more!