Bocconi University is an institution of higher education, based in central Milan, Italy. When it was established in 1902, it was the first Italian university to grant a degree in economics. Bocconi has made available undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate education, in addition to a diversity of double degree programs in the fields of economics, management, finance, law, and public administration. The University offers four three-year undergraduate courses in Economics which share a common basis in the first three semesters and then take a different direction in either Finance, Social... See full description.
ESCP Europe is an international business school, which runs campuses in five of the most renown European cities: Paris, London, Madrid, Berlin, and Turin. ESCP Europe was formed in 1819, and is the oldest business school in the world. Programs provided in Torino include the Master in Management, the Master in European Business, full-time Specialized Masters, Executive Specialized Masters, as well as European Executive MBA. The Torino campus is proud to offer a wide range of company projects, internships, applied research studies, entrepreneurial opportunities and contributions of... See full description.
The Swiss School of Management was founded in 1981 and is a well-known business school with locations in Rome and London. Since the school moved its central from Zurich to Rome, it has become part of the European University of Rome with the purpose to bring an international feel to the environment there. In relation with this, most students in the university are from the United States and the European Union. The institution offers undergraduate programs, MBAs, a Leadership Study Abroad Program, and a very well-recognized Criminology degree.