MIP POLITECNICO DI MILANO

MIP POLITECNICO DI MILANO, SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT, MILANO, ITALY

The business school MIP was created out of a collaboration between key Italian companies and Politecnico di Milano, one of the most prestigious Italian universities, well known for its tradition in excellence in technology and innovation. In 2003 MIP joined the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering forming the School of Management of Politecnico diMilano.

Since Dec 2009, the School of Management has been included in the FT ratings of top European Business Schools, being the only Italian business school included for three Master degrees: Executive MBA, Fulltime MBA and Master of Science in Management Engineering.

Both institutions will accept up to five students per Academic Year from the other institution, starting in Jan 2012, Students are expected to stay one session of 4 weeks each. There will be no additional tuition fee payable for the Exchange program. The students will need to pay for their own travel & living costs.

Students joining SOIL can now opt for the Joint Degree Program by paying an additional fee. This will entitle them to attend select courses at MIP, Italy for part of the year and the balance courses at SOIL. This will entitle these students to get the requisite masters degree from Politecnico di Milano. Read More

 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK, SAINT JOHN, CANADAUNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK, SAINT JOHN, CANADA

One of the top five comprehensive universities in Canada, according to Macleans, UNB has more than 12,000 students from more than 100 countries. As the largest research institution in New Brunswick, UNB conducts 80 per cent of the province’s research. The university has more than 3,500 faculty and staff. UNB’s two main campuses are located in Fredericton and Saint John (started in 1964), New Brunswick.

Both institutions will accept up to three students per Academic Year from the other institution. There will be no additional tuition fee payable for the Exchange program. The students will need to pay for their own travel & living costs.