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MIM - Master in International Management of the University of Trento - is a two-year full-time program ('Laurea Magistrale') that equips home and international students with refined business knowledge, practical experience and personal skills. Specifically, it provides a sound knowledge in management with solid foundations in economics and law, together with a quantitative orientation and the exposure to a mixture of world-wide cultures.

Aimed at graduates and young professionals from all backgrounds, the program is specifically designed to provide an in-depth understanding of the needs and trends of the European as well as the Asian and American market places. The multi-cultural environment, based on the long-term international relationships which globally connect the University of Trento, fosters a stimulating learning process. Accordingly, the University of Trento has been ranked as the best Italian University by the THE (Times Higher Education) international rankings.

MIM lasts 2 years full-time (in-take in late August each year), the official language is English and it is based on a mixed teaching methodology (traditional lessons and case studies). The curriculum requires an internship which is scheduled as a part of the 2-year-program.

The Department of Economics and Management of Trento is specialized in business studies, economics and law, and offers a wide range of management programs at Master and PhD level. It consistently ranks among the Top three Schools of Business and Economics in Italy.

Trento and the Silicon Valley

Business Week: The surprising benefits of international enrollment

The following study by Master in Management Compass 2014 identifies trends in management education by specifically focussing on MIM programs around the world.