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Global MBA - Master of Business Administration (Global)

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UNINETTUNO's - Scientific Committee

  • Prof. Marco De Marco (Organizational Dynamics and Behaviour, International Telematic University UNINETTUNO)
  • Prof. Francesca Maschio (Private Law, International Telematic University UNINETTUNO)
  • Prof. Alberto Romolini (Business Economics, International Telematic University UNINETTUNO)
  • Prof. Paolo Agnese (Banking and Finance, International Telematic University UNINETTUNO)
  • Prof. Silvia Massi (Corporate Criminal Law, International Telematic University UNINETTUNO)
  • Dr. Manuela Rinaldi (Labour Law, International Telematic University UNINETTUNO)

Description of the course

The MBA Global is structured to give students a broad comprehension of the most important concepts in management with an international perspective, but it also offers the flexibility to tailor the course to student’s needs. LSBF prides itself on the breadth of elective topics that is offered and also the depth and practical relevance of the knowledge delivered. Courses are often taught by academics and industry practitioners working in partnership with industry to ensure that leading edge research is melded with relevant real-life application. A range of specialisations allows the student to synchronise their business degree with either their chosen career or existing career path giving them a finely tuned, unique business qualification.
The MBA Global programme incorporates the following specialist pathways:
  • MBA (Financial Management)
  • MBA (Investment Banking)
  • MBA (Marketing Management)
  • MBA (HR Management)
  • MBA (Project Management)
  • MBA (Sales Management)
Industry Specialisations:
  • MBA (Risk Management)
  • MBA (International Business)
  • MBA (Entrepreneurship)
  • MBA (Carbon Management)
  • MBA (Management Consulting)
  • MBA (Oil, Gas and Energy Management)
  • MBA (Innovation and Technology Management)
  • MBA (Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management)
  • MBA (Luxury Brand Management)
  • MBA (Knowledge Management)
thereby, providing the student with a wide choice of specialisms.  The diet of pathways capture the diversity and depth of Business and Management disciplines in today’s fluid and fast changing world. Therefore, a  student registered on a specialist programme for Luxury Brand Management will be awarded : MBA Global (Luxury Brand Management)


The MBA Global is internationally recognised flagship qualification, its distinctive specialist pathways are designed to meet the needs of existing and potential managers in all sectors of employment. 
The course is designed to equip students with the current and emerging theories, techniques, and practices of management and business administration. It endeavours to provide a stimulating and intellectually demanding environment, in which students are encouraged to engage with the academic literature, case-studies, and each other, whilst reflecting on their own managerial and business experiences. 
The course aims to prepare students for senior management positions in both public and private sector organisations, and to deal with the demands of complex and rapidly changing global business environment.
The student will acquire the competences necessary for:
  • detailed and in-depth market research both at national and international  levels
  • critical analysis and evaluation of such data including an assessment of the pertinence of the data
  • synthesis and presentation of data (quantitative and qualitative)
  • leading and managing the implementation of strategic and operational management theories
  • amalgamating creativity with integrity


  • MA1.   Apply management concepts and business philosophies, analysing, evaluating and assessing  the impact these can have in today's business environment
  • MA2.   Critically evaluate theoretical underpinnings of functional disciplines and how these can contribute to management principles
  • MA3.   Demonstrate the effectiveness of management 'tools' in making strategic decisions and a critical evaluation and application of each
  • MA4.    Synthesise a comprehensive in-depth knowledge of the various  management functions within areas of specialisation and interact across disciplines


  • MB1.   Critically reason and analyse complex business issues both systematically and innovatively 
  • MB2.    Integrate and rigorously evaluate business and management disciplines, using a variety of        sources
  • MB3.   Collect, appraise and critically analyse in-depth quantitative, qualitative and multi-source data 
  • MB4.   Analyse complex problem situations, dealing with incomplete or contradictory information and communicating the outcome effectively


  • MC1.   Evaluate and apply models and tools in the business management functions
  • MC2.   Use relevant research strategies and approaches to critically appraise an issue within a working environment 


  • MD1.   Structure and communicate ideas effectively both orally and in writing a wide range of formats.
  • MD2.   Use creative, imaginative and innovative thinking in both problem solving and decision-making activities
  • MD3.   Employ personal reflection skills on a continuing basis through partnership working, professional team participation and independent learning

Learning and Teaching strategy 

The learning and teaching strategy is underpinned by current research as well as the requirements of professional practice and reflects the learning outcomes of the programme. The learning and teaching strategy relates to, and is tested by the assessment requirements.  It provides the students with a learning environment that will incorporate a variety of teaching and learning methods such as:
  • dissemination of information and facilitation of learning via lectures, seminars and internet,
  • debate and discussion in seminars / plenary sessions/ on-line discussion boards,
  • analysis and synthesis of case studies to expose students to the complexities and intricacies of business related problems,
  • directed reading through the use of texts / articles / hand-outs,
  • individual and / or group presentations
  • development of a research proposal culminating in the completion of a project.
Emphasis is placed on participative and interactive activities designed to encourage original, creative and reflective thought from each student as well as an emphasis on the students’ responsibility for their learning. This creates the need to divide the study sessions into two main categories to match the learning and teaching strategy.

Admissions requirements

Proof of English 

IELTS 5.5; or
University or High School Education in English; or
Internal Test or skype interview for professional using English as main language 


Bachelors degree 2.2  or mimum 2 years managerial work experience in an English-speaking environment / company