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Darla Moore School of Business

Bocconi University


A student who participates in this unique opportunity will graduate with a Master in International Business degree from the Moore School and a Master in International Management from Bocconi University in Milan, Italy.

Master of International Management

Bocconi University • Milan, Italy

The Moore School offers this double-degree opportunity for up to five MIB applicants each year. Candidates for the double degree will be evaluated based on the strength of their applications and supporting documents, including indications they are culturally, academically and personally motivated to participate in the program. Italian proficiency is not a requirement as courses taught at Bocconi are offered in English. For more information about the Master of International Management Program or Bocconi University, visit the program website.

Program Structure

The length of study for the double degree is two years, and students may not deviate from the program structure. This program also includes a 10-week full-time internship. The two years are split into four semesters as follows:

Semester I, Fall
MIB Coursework at the Moore School

Semester II, Spring
MIB Coursework at the Moore School

Semester III, Fall
MIM Coursework at Bocconi University

Semester IV, Spring
MIM Coursework at Bocconi University

Bocconi University Curriculum

Requirement Credit Hours Description

 Core Curriculum*


  • International Economics and Business Dynamics - Module 1 (Applied International Economics)
  • International Finance
  • Quantitative Methods for Management
  • Marketing Decisions - International Product Launch
  • Organization


 Seminar on Collaborative competences

 Foreign Language*


  • First Foreign Language (Italian)
  • Second Foreign Language (additional European language for native English speakers)
 10-week Professional Full-Time Internship*






Moore School Curriculum 

Requirement Credit Hours Details

 Core Curriculum


  • IBUS 705 — Sustaining the Global Enterprise
  • IBUS 706 — Nation States, Regional Networks and Global Markets
  • IBUS 707 — Comparative Institutional Systems
  • IBUS 711 — Global Corporate Valuation
  • IBUS 734 — International Business Negotiations
  • LAW 784 — Transnational Law
  • MGSC 871 — Global Sourcing: Strategies and Applications
  • POLI 710 — Introduction to International Relations
  • POLI 734 — Economics of International Politics



Foreign Policy Elective

*These courses are not given in American credit hours, but in ECTS credits.
**All students will defend their theses at Bocconi during one of the five official graduation sessions available throughout the year.

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