The Executive Master in Management of International Organizations led by one of the world's leading International Business Schools, the SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan, Italy is addressed to mid and senior level development professionals working for International Organizations (IOs) and those interested in the Multilateral Sector (www.sdabocconi.it/emmio) who want to obtain a master's in management while working.
EMMIO merges a solid theoretical component with a hands-on, tailored approach to management systems and tools for IOs and will be taught by distinguished SDA Bocconi faculty members, practitioners and guest lecturers, including senior managers from UN System organizations. This is an interesting opportunity for high potential professionals within our organization.
The applications for the fifth cohort (2019-20) of the EMMIO Executive Master in Management of International Organizations are now open. Please find this brochure for your reference.
Additionally, in the perspective of contributing to the network of both multi- and bi-lateral International Organizations, we are delighted to invite you to join the “EMMIO Knowledge Series”, a free initiative from SDA Bocconi School of Management to promote the exchange of ideas and best practices in the field of international development. The first 1-hour online webinar will take place on March 27th at 11.00am (CET) and will focus on the UN Development System (UNDS) Reform - core, impacts and open issues. The webinar will also include a short presentation of the 5th cohort of EMMIO (www.sdabocconi.it/emmio)
In continuity with our EMMIO approach, the "EMMIO Knowledge Series" merges a solid theoretical component with a hands-on, tailored approach to management systems and tools for IOs.
The webinars will be delivered by distinguished SDA Bocconi faculty members, practitioners and guest lecturers, including senior managers from UN System organizations.
More information about the event and relevant registration link are available at the following link: Webinar: UNDS Reform