Luiss Business School
Part-time Master of Business Administration (MBA)
The Part-time MBA Milan is a new kind of MBA that bridges innovation, business strategy, and society; an MBA that gets participants ready for tomorrow and provides them with the skills needed to thrive in an uncertain world as well as experiences that will drive their ambition.
This MBA programme will help see the world in a different way; as a world in which creativity, resilience, and real experience play a key role in success. The core of this MBA focuses on strategy, holistic learning, personal and managerial skills in order to help students harness the opportunities of the new era.
There is also a richness to the learning that goes beyond digital skills. Candidates will interact with instructors who understand the human dimensions of business and can give them the confidence they need to build their career.
In a changing world, choose a different MBA for a different career.
Undergraduate degree in any discipline
At least 3 years of work experience
To enrol in the Programme, candidates must pass the admission test which assesses their skills, motivation and potential. The test can be taken on site or remotely. The admission test consists of:
English Test (applicants with valid TOEFL/IELTS scores can be exempted from the English test)*
Logic Test—Inductive, Numerical, Deductive (applicants with valid GMAT/GRE scores can be exempted from the Logic test)
*Applicants with a minimum score of IELTS 7.0 and TOEFL 100 can be exempted from the English test*
Exchange partner schools
Universidad Austral, IAE Business School
Universidad Torcuato di Tella
Curtin University, Curtin Business School
Management Centre Innsbruck
WU – Vienna University of Economics and Business
Ku Leuven, Faculty of Economics and Business
Université Laval, Faculty of Business
Fudan University, School of Management
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Antai College of Economics & Management
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, College of Business
ESSCA School of Management
Zagreb School of Economics and Management
EMLyon Business School
ESSEC School of Business
Kedge Business School
Alba Graduate Business School – The American College of Greece
Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
P. Jain Institute of Management & Research
Coller School of Management, Tel Aviv University
Nagoya University of Commerce and Business, Graduate School of Business
ESAN Graduate School of Business
ISCTE Business School
Higher School of Economics (Moscow Campus)
Saint Petersburg University, Graduate School of Management
Solbridge Business School
Deusto Business School
Barcelona Graduate School of Economics
National Chengchi University, College of Commerce
Indiana University, Kelley School of Business
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Kenan-Flagler Business School
University of San Diego, School of Business
*The list of available partner schools may slightly change each academic year.
For more information on how to participate please visit our page
Other courses offered by Luiss Business School
Full-time Master of Business Administration (MBA)
About Luiss Business School
Luiss Business School is the Business and Management School of Luiss Guido Carli University of Rome (Italy) and is a top-level international Business School accredited by EQUIS and AMBA
It delivers a wide range of business management education programmes and courses, from one-year Masters of Science to Executive Education. Each programme has been designed to offer an impactful learning experience with the aim to foster a “can-do” attitude and nurture our students as innovative leaders, able to lead change and affect the corporate decision-making process.
Luiss Business School fosters an education model that focuses on the learner, so as to develop strategic, analytical and creative skills in the individual, supporting personal and professional development at all levels.
With its 4 hubs
, the School delivers business management education in multiple locations: Amsterdam, Rome, Milan and Belluno
The close ties with the Confederation of Italian Industries (Confindustria)
ensure a continuous alignment with business needs, putting students at the heart of management as a key player in an extensive business community.