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Guglielmo Marconi University Rome
The Università degli Studi Guglielmo Marconi (GMU), internationally known as Guglielmo Marconi University, is the first so-called "Open University" in Italy recognized by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR).
Currently, 16,000 students are enrolled at 6 school locations: Business, Law, Political Science, Applied Sciences and Technologies, Arts, Education.
GMU offers a wide range of lectures, workshops, and research projects that address the use of technological advances in education and provide interdisciplinary knowledge, skills, and competencies, with particular emphasis on global perspectives, contemporary culture, and Industry 4.0
MBA Business Administration
The Master in Business Administration is specifically designed for high-achieving students who want to advance in their career path. The focus is on developing a global career in strategic decision making thanks to a sound knowledge of business theory and management practice.
Through the study of key disciplines such as finance, management, economics, marketing, operations, and strategy, students enhance the knowledge and skills critical to businesses worldwide.
Skills that are critical for companies worldwide. Our Master's program, specifically designed to meet the needs of modern international business, offers a combination of academic excellence and highly qualified skills in three different concentrations.
Designing and managing innovations professionally
The technological revolution, the spread of the knowledge economy, the challenges posed by the environmental crisis, and other global dynamics have contributed significantly to rethinking and expanding the mission of university institutions.
The proliferation of Covid-19 has accentuated the transformation of organizational and business models across all sectors, highlighting the central role in coordinating and enabling the innovation ecosystems in which they are inserted.
In this context, Marconi University of Rome has launched for some time a strategy aimed at making the University a point of reference at local, national and international level, strengthening the interaction with all the actors involved in the creation of value that are part of its network.
One of the cornerstones of this strategy was and is the creation of an innovation hub, a center of excellence that aims to foster synergies and collaborative relationships with.