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A scholarship to MIP and an internship at IBM: Abhilash Rao Nagoji

Fortune favours the brave. But success always rewards the best.
These two sentences go a long way to summing up the experience of Abhilash Rao Nagoji, the young Indian professional who came to MIP in Milan to study on a full-time MBA course.
It was the chance of a lifetime for Abhilash, made possible after he received a prestigious scholarship.

CSR communication works best on social media

From communication about corporate responsibility to corporate responsibility in the realm of communication: this is the switch that companies big and small are making in the way they talk about sustainability.
It is a global phenomenon driven by two main factors.

Milan’s stock soars in post-Brexit Europe

Brothers of Italy: Milan has awoken.
After years spent working towards recovery with the spectre of the economic crisis snapping at our heels, the time for Milan to rise again has finally arrived.
Indeed, the Lombardy capital is currently establishing itself as Italy’s financial capital and one of the most interesting cities in the European economic context.

Top Italian managers leading big names of luxury sector

There is plenty of Italian influence at the top of the biggest companies in the world of luxury.
According to a recent report published in the online edition of Il Sole 24 Ore, Italian management talent is taking the foreign markets by storm, successfully taking control of the most prestigious high-end brands and organisations around.

Milan: Five fascinating spots off the beaten track

A stroll down Corso Vittorio Emanuele, a walk along the Navigli, an aperitivo in Brera. Enough with the clichés already!
Forget the standard tourist trails and get ready to discover the five most fascinating places in Milan.
How much do you want to bet that we’re going to surprise you?

Study abroad: Rosalia Campana, from Peru to MIP in Milan

Choosing to embark on a professional training programme can be a complex decision for future leaders who come to a crossroads in their lives. Selecting the right destination and the ideal Business School can seem nigh on impossible. However, it can be done. Things become much clearer if you seek out in-depth information, consider every single variable and contemplate the opportunities and negative aspects of every option on the table.

How to answer those tough interview questions about your weaknesses

“…and what are your weaknesses?” Panic. You’re well prepared. You knew that this question was going to come up sooner or later. But you’re still unsure about what to do. Of course, as most of us know, you can’t just start reeling off a list of your shortcomings in case you come across as damaged goods and endanger your chances of getting the job. So what do you do?

GMAC research states that soft skills are learned at B-Schools

WANTED: empathetic leader, capable of working in a team, problem solver, flexible, enthusiast, highly respected, excellent communication skills.
What about the role? And the technical skills needed? They’re (almost) irrelevant, because the real drivers behind hiring decisions are soft skills.
These skills cannot be certified or guaranteed, but they’re increasingly crucial if you want to be a success in the current work market.
While they are partly linked to the innate personality and attitude of the person in question, soft skills can also be learned during educational and professional experiences.

Luxury and fashion: Italy accounts for 26 of top 100 global companies

According to the latest research by Deloitte, reported by the Il Sole 24 Ore business publication, Italy is still the global leader when it comes to the production and sale of high-end products.

Hungry for innovation? Head to Campus Party in Milan

Are you ready for the most innovative experience of the year?
Campus Party 2017 is coming to Milan. From 20 to 23 July, the capital of Lombardy will become home to the hippest tech and innovation event around right now.
This international festival brings together talent between the ages of 18 and 28, the most innovative companies in the business world, institutions with a focus on technological development, future-oriented universities and many other leading players in the world of innovation. It is a chance to have discussions, work together and plan for the future of the technological and digital age.