Program Details

MFB combine a significant foundation of management with business skills and a deep knowledge concerning Food&Beverage industries
Milan, Italy
Program Type:
Full Degree
Degree Level:
Nutrition & Food Science

Program Overview

Program Description:
The mission of the Master of Management in Food & Beverage is to form and prepare specialized managers, giving them the opportunity to grow with specific and unique knowledge and to strengthen their sensibility and culture in the F&B and Food Service & Hospitality industries. START DATE 20th January 2014 APPLICATION DEADLINE 39th November 2013 Content The program blends culture and methodology with lessons focused on a specific knowledge base and skill sets fundamental for managing firms in the industries in F&B, Food Service and Hospitality Business. Lessons from top academia, executives, experts and professionals are at the core along with the privileged access to the true Italian culture and traditions. The program of the Master of Management in Food & Beverage is composed of core modules and specialized modules. Structure Pre-courses - January 2014 These courses are recommended for those who do not have a strong academic foundation in economics and management. They are designed to allow all participants to begin the program at the required common level of understanding of basic methods & concepts that will be applied. You can choose to take these courses via our Online Tutorial system, at your own pace to be completed prior to commencement of the Master, or in the Classroom, with our faculty at the SDA Bocconi Campus in Milan. • Accounting • Quantitative Methods If you want to reinforce your fundamentals of management and accounting before starting the program, you can also take advantage of the online-tutorials. Courses – January/September 2014 Core Courses 1st part • Warm-up Module • Business Modeling • Industries Week • Costs & Performance Management • Planning & Control • Supply Chain Management • Brand Management & Communication Core Courses 2nd part • Retail & Sales Management • International Development • Innovation Management • Excellence in Service Management Internships/Field Projects – September/December 2014 Graduation Week - December 2014

Additional Program Information

Financial Aid:
Candidates are carefully selected on the basis of an extensive review of - Talents & Characteristics Formal prerequisites including: - Bachelor degree (in any discipline) - Minimum of one year professional experience - Fluency in English by providing TOEFL or IELTS - GMAT - not mandatory, but a strong score is beneficial in the admission process Individual characteristics as well as personal interests are fundamental to give us an idea of who you are as a person: involvement, enthusiasm, flexibility, motivation and focus are all factors in selecting a candidate