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Milano, Italy

Bocconi University

Università Bocconi

University type: university
University status: non-public


via Sarfatti 25
20136 Milan
+39 02 5836 3434

BusinessStudies in English
Economia e finanza internazionaleStudies in English
Economia e gestione delle imprese internazionaliStudies in English
Governo e politiche internazionaliStudies in English
Business Administration and ManagementStudies in Italian
Economics and FinanceStudies in Italian
Economics and Management in Arts, Culture and CommunicationStudies in Italian
Economics and Social SciencesStudies in Italian

Economia e gestione dei beni culturali e dello spettacoloStudies in English
Economia e gestione delle organizzazioni governative e internazionaliStudies in English
Economia e management dell'innovazione e della tecnologiaStudies in English
Management internazionaleStudies in English
Accounting, Financial Management and ControlStudies in Italian
Business Administration and LawStudies in Italian
Economic and Social SciencesStudies in Italian
FinanceStudies in Italian
ManagementStudies in Italian
Marketing ManagementStudies in Italian

Integrated Master's degree
JurisprudenceStudies in Italian
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Erasmus+ is a unique programme which seeks to boost the job prospects and personal development of young people, as well as help our education, training and youth systems deliver teaching and learning that gives people the skills they need in today's labour market and society, as well as in the future.
Adapting to work in a foreign environment is a skill in itself A person who works for a time in Spain, Romania and Sweden, for example, has learnt to adapt to different cultural patterns and knows how to work best and to cooperate with people there. These are very valuable skills.
Someone working in a Latin country such as Italy, for example, would get used to managing flexibility, so when someone says '5 minutes’, they know that this may not be the same as 5 minutes would be to a German.
Under the auspices of an EU-funded project, researchers are working on ways to dispose of nuclear waste underground and seal it off with specialised plugs. If the project succeeds, the first permanent geological repositories could be operating in Europe by 2025.