Advanced Global Management (LM-77)

The Master's Degree Course in Advanced Global Management aims to train candidates able to aspire to highly qualified positions in public, private and nonprofit business organizations with tasks including supporting the top management and/or functional team (administration and finance, planning and control, strategic marketing, supply chain management e-business innovation, industry 4.0).

The course provides skills in the techniques and methodologies of design, implementation and management in the areas of:

  • management management (for example, strategy, global scenarios);
  • various business functions (for example, finance, administration, management, management control, marketing, business innovation).

The training course adopts the interdisciplinarity typical of the graduate class with teaching methodologies combining solid theoretical training and an experiential perspective. Furthermore, the course provides soft skills (team work, problem solving, leadership, communication skills, etc.) that are increasingly important in the labour market.

The teaching, inspired by the principle of learning by doing, is enriched by moments of in-depth study - seminars, workshops, laboratories - with experts in the field, as well as internships and placements at institutions, organizations and companies.


  • Manager of innovative and global companies

  • Operation Manager, Director General, Chief Executive Officer

  • Chief Financial Officer, Financial Manager, Venture Capitalist, Credit Risk Analyst, Investment Advisor

  • Product manager, Brand manager, Trade and retail manager, Supply chain manager, Customer relationship manager, Marketing analyst, Communication specialist key

  • Managers of sports  institutions, Managers of sports associations and clubs, Managers of sports events, Managers of sports facilities

  • Executives of the public administration

Modality of attendance

The learning activities are presential, however students meeting certain requirements can also participate in live streaming, wherever they are, interacting live with the classroom.


Advanced Management and Finance

The aim of the learning pathway Advanced Management and finance and international taxation, able to deal with business financial management-predicting and analyzing its financial needs and growth strategies-as well as managing the tax aspects of business activity in geographically diverse scenarios and country-systems.

Advanced Innovation Management

The aim of the Advanced innovation management learning pathway is to train innovative marketing and management professionals capable of analyzing and predicting consumer behavior, using the most advanced brand management tools, enhancing corporate identity in international markets, conceiving "glocal" products, and competing in geographically diverse scenarios and country-systems with the most advanced tools of contemporary marketing, such as digital and social media technologies and platforms.

Advanced Sport Business Management

The learning pathway Advanced Sport Business Management represents a unique opportunity in the Italian academic landscape, as it brings together highly specialized teachings related to the sports sector and trains professional figures required for the national and international context to which the contemporary sports phenomenon pertains.

The Degree Course provides skills essential for valorizing the economic and social benefits of sporting activity, grasping its complexities and facets. The Advanced sport business management learning pathway combines the fundamentals of the master's degree course in Advanced global management with the skills required for the management of sporting realities. The subjects of the learning pathway are designed to train highly specialized professionals, pertain to the areas of management and sports law, and provide a full understanding of the peculiarities of sports organizations, both national and international, and the models of governance and economic-financial management of a constantly growing sector.

  • Nadia Linciano, Presidency of the Council of Ministers
  • Gianfranco Torriero, ABI Deputy General Manager and President ABI Services
  • Novella Calligaris, President of the National Association of Olympic Athletes and Azzurri D'Italia
  • Angelo Deiana, President of Confassociazioni
  • Gabriele Fava, President INPS
  • Giovanni Anastasi, President FORMEZ PA
  • Stefano Scravaglieri, Head of Organization, Planning and PMO - INVITALIA
  • Lucia Stella, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) Manager – CMC Packaging Automation SpA
  • Giulia Sebastiani, Fixed Regulatory Expert – Vodafone Italia SpA
  • Danilo Galeotti, Head of Amazon Retail business development Middle East.

Arianna Marciano


Office Hours:

Monday and Friday, at 11:00-12:00

Wednesday, at 11:00-13:00

Tuesday and Thursday, at 15:00-16:00

In order to be admitted to the Master's Degree Course it is necessary to have attained bachelor's degree or another degree obtained abroad, recognized as eligible by the current regulations.

The students aiming to enroll in the Master's Degree in Advanced Global Management (Class LM-77) must hold a Bachelor's Degree ex D.M.270/04 from Classes L-15, L-16, L-18, L-33 or L-41 or an equivalent degree from the previous regulations, another suitable degree obtained in accordance with the regulations in force or also another degree obtained abroad that is equivalent.

The curricular requirements for access are considered fulfilled for students in possession of a Bachelor's Degree ex D.M.270/04 of classes L-15, L-16, L-18, L-33 or L-41 or an equivalent degree from the previous regulations, another suitable degree obtained in accordance with the regulations in force or also another degree attained abroad deemed equivalent.

The students from degree classes other than those listed above may participate in the admission and/or selection test only if they have in their study plan at least 48 credits within the following subject areas, at least 12 of which are in the business field:

- Economics (SECS-P/01, SECS-P/02, SECS-P/03, SECS-P/04, SECS-P/05, SECS-P/06, SECS-P/12)

- Law (IUS/01, IUS/02, IUS/04, IUS/05, IUS/07, IUS/09, IUS/10)

- Business (SECS-P/07, SECS-P/08, SECS-P/09, SECS-P/010, SECS-P/11, SECS-P/13)

- Mathematics - statistics (MAT/01, MAT/06, MAT/09, SECS-S/01, SECS-S/03, SECS-S/04, SECS-S/06)

- IT - Engineering (INF/01, ING-INF/05, ING-IND/35

For the candidates from foreign universities the adequacy of the curricular requirements will be assessed on a case-by-case basis according to the consistency between the programs carried out in the different disciplinary areas, the educational foundations deemed necessary for the advanced training offered by the course of study, as well as language skills.

Without prejudice to the admission requirements, the student's possession of adequate personal preparation is assessed at the entrance. The test of personal preparation consists of an interview conducted by a Commission appointed by the Cds Council. The interview is carried out on general topics falling within the disciplinary areas related to the curricular requirements for admission to the CdS by a Commission appointed by the relevant Department. 

With reference to the criteria of evaluation, the test will be considered passed in the presence of knowledge judged at least "sufficient" (on the insufficient, sufficient, good, excellent scale) in the previously mentioned areas.

The students who have graduated from a Bachelor's degree in a University's degree program as well as those who have graduated from another University in the above-mentioned degree classes, earning a graduation grade of not less than one hundred and five hundred and ten (105/110) are exempted from the verification of personal preparation.

The Course of Study supports the students through 4 different types of tutoring:

  • Orientation and soft skill-aimed tutoring, carried out by the Educational Coordinator, who assists the students in the stages of orientation, insertion into university life, monitoring of the learning pathway and motivation (always having as a reference the planned results), support in the completion of bureaucratic procedures, the latter in collaboration with the Student Administration Office;

  • international orientation tutoring, carried out by the International office, which offers personalized assistance to both international students enrolled in the Course of Study and Erasmus students;

  • educational tutoring, entrusted to teaching support figures (teaching assistants, doctoral students, holders of supplementary teaching contracts, etc.), who support the students with supplementary teaching activities related to specific teachings;

  • specialized tutoring, carried out by the Inclusion Education Coordinator, for students with disabilities or specific learning disorders (DSA) and special educational needs (BES), aimed at reducing the obstacles that could prevent their full inclusion in the university environment.

The workshop activities are designed as moments of learning by doing, through which the students will acquire and/or refine soft skills (team work, problem solving, leadership, communication skills, etc.), increasingly fundamental in the labour maket. Furthermore, workshops represent opportunities for in-depth experiential learning in direct contact with professionals in the field.

The Course of Study reserves special credits for orientation training internships, to be carried out within the University, as well as internships and apprenticeships at institutions, agencies, organizations and foundations, enterprises.