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Spotlight: SDA Bocconi School of Management

June 4, 2015 12:04 PM

The MPA program at the SDA Bocconi School of Management is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of working professionals seeking further leadership responsibilities in governmental organizations, international institutions, NGOs and private businesses working with the public sector. From the basics of public management to elective courses, the MPA provides a learning environment enabling participants to develop a creative mindset required to tackle public management issues.

Mission of the MPA: Smart solutions to public challenges

The Master of Public Administration Program (MPA) is a one-year full-time international program taught in English. The aim of the MPA program is to prepare professional managers in government and industry with innovative and creative policy approaches to resolving complex issues related to city management and competitiveness, culture and heritage management, government-business relations and non-profit, public and international organizations or SME management.

Features of the MPA Program

Unique features of the MPA program of SDA Bocconi are its specializations in preparing experts in new public sector areas including:

  1. Management of cities recognized as international centres
  2. Management of culture and heritage
  3. Local growth and social capital
  4. Management of international public sector institutions

Targeted participants and expected outcome

Who do we target?

  • Young high potentials from public organizations with a minimum of 2 years of experience;
  • Private sector junior and middle career working professionals transitioning to public organizations;
  • Specialized professionals (such as case managers) who want to transition to management positions;
  • Recent graduates interested in the public sector.

Expectations

  • Strengthen competencies of public affairs professionals with a greater understanding of the increasingly complex issues shaping international, national and local governance;
  • Enhance knowledge and skills of working professionals seeking leadership responsibilities in government, and international and supranational organizations;
  • Train established professionals to lead and manage internationally.

 

MPA Faculty

 

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Nicola Bellè, SDA Assistant Professor of Public Management and Policy

 

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Elio Borgonovi, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

     

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Maria Cucciniello, SDA Assistant Professor of Public Management and Policy

 

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Valentina Mele, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

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Greta Nasi, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

 

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Monica Otto, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

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Maurizio Poli, SDA Professor of Quantitative Methods

 

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Marco Sampietro, SDA Professor of Information Systems Management

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Ileana Steccolini, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

 

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Rosanna Tarricone, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

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Giovanni Valotti, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

 

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Veronica Vecchi, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

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Emanuele Vendramini, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

 

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Sergio Venturini, SDA Professor of Quantitative Methods

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Stefano Villa, SDA Professor of Public Management and Policy

 

 

     

 

SDA Bocconi Alumni Spotlight

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Milena Stefanovic, Assistant Lecturer and Ph.D. Candidate at University of Arts, Belgrade

"My experience of studying at SDA Bocconi gave me the invaluable knowledge and career opportunity through cluster modules of arts and heritage management, and policy analysis. Through visits to various public agencies and global corporations in Milan, we gained more practical experience. I made many international friends, with whom I stayed in touch even after graduation. I would recommend anyone committed to improving their countries' public sector or global governance to join the MPA of SDA Bocconi School of Management." 

 

General Information

Milano is the most international and fashionable city in Italy and provides the perfect environment for the MPA program. Milano is a hub for travel in Italy, Europe and a modern center for culture, art, design, fashion, creativity and innovation. Experience, learn, network & build a career through the MPA of SDA Bocconi School of Management.

 

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