Alumni Relations Office
The Alumni Relations Office aspires to become a reference point for all current students and all the graduates of Master programmes, developing educational, cultural and recreational initiatives of interest to its many alumni. The Office works both in Italy and abroad to develop interaction and professional networking among about 7,000 alumni belonging to the Community.
- help keep members up to date professionally through continuous learning, even after they have completed their studies;
- encourage networking and the exchange of professional experiences between members;
- promote contacts between members and companies aimed at stimulating collaboration and exploring new opportunities to develop professionally.
- further develop the national and international image of MIP and its graduates through the International Chapters.
In line with these objectives, MIP offers its Alumni Community members various social, cultural and sporting events:
- Evening Seminars: these are seminars where emerging management trends are examined through discussion and exchange of experience between students and alumni;
- Networking events (Winter Conference, Summer Gala Dinner, Alumni Reunion, pre-dinner drinks, themed evenings, etc.;
- Sports Clubs: Sport always gives the opportunity to put oneself to the test and to work in a team with a great competitiveness and desire to have fun. Our students and graduates have created different clubs which organize tournaments, regattas, training and competitions among the best international universities and Business schools, so as to encourage professional networking enjoying themselves.
Winter Conference 2013
The event will take place on February 7th, 2013 at 6.00 p.m. at the Sala degli Azionisti of Edison in Foro Buonaparte 31, Milan. The conference will be in English.
We will be discussing the role of business schools in regards to the training of MBA students in ethical managerial practices, with Florence Noiville and Professor Gianluca Spina, President of MIP, at this year Winter Conference.
Florence Noiville - author of the book "I went to business school and I am sorry" - is a HEC MBA graduate and Le Monde's Journalist.
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In cooperation with Edison
The CleanTech Challenge (CTC), is a competition jointly hosted by London Business School and University College London Business where students from top business and engineering schools will compete in inter-functional teams. The challenge is to foster the development of innovative ideas for clean technologies in the "green industry" from the conceptual design to financing requirements also for being ecologically sustainable... for a cleaner and greener world!
MIP Politecnico di Milano is the Business School in charge of organizing the “Italian Chapter” of the Clean Tech Challenge in 2013.
Head of Alumni Relations
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