Bocconi Open Day 2020

 

 

Bocconi University invites students and parents to come to Milan on Friday 21 February to spend a day at our campus and participate in the  Open Day for international high school students!
International Open Day: Join Us on February 21!

 

 

What should students expect from the Open Day?
– Attend BSc program presentations, talk to our Faculty and current students
– Gather information about the admissions process, fees, scholarships and housing
– Discover our amazing campus by joining our campus & housing tours
How can participants join the event?

 

International students and accompanying parents/guests need to register by filling out the registration form.
They will receive a QR Code to show at the reception here on campus.

 

PROGRAM AND REGISTRATION

Study in Ireland

 

Specialised and non-specialised degrees.  GPA 3.0 UP.  www.cao.ie – European residents.  Non-EU international students apply directly.

 

Fees status based on residency and nationality.

« Free » tuition fees for EU residents and nationals.

Non-EU students full fees unless resident in EU for a while.

Full fees typically 10k to 20k €.

Modul Vienna

Aleksandra Tanackovic.

Owned by chamber of commerce.  All Eng Lang.  Int Mgt and 2 x tourism and hospitality mgt.

Rare to have hospitality and tourism taught at uni level.  500 students.  1-10 ratio.  Friendly atmosphere.  Ratios will be maintained.

French Bac.  SATs not required.  Part of Common App. Personal interview.

Tuition fees 9.5k per year.

Bocconi, Milan Italy

Business, Econ university. 1902 foudnation. Int Econ & Mgt. Finance. Southern Cali partnership. Exchange programme. Internships during 2nd or 3rd year.

Half UK half US system – international professors. Int students can learn Italian.

Transcript – 1ere 2nde.
French Bac v popular there.

SAT, ACT or Bocc test. TEOFL OR IELTS.
Personal statement.

V demanding.

English-Language Options in Europe – France (e.g. Sciences-Po)

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France offers most joint degree programs (e.g. with US).  France, China, Germany, Spain and the US – top cited partner countries.  Different learning models, exposure to new cultures, safety net and confidence in degree « back home ».  Sciences-Po-Columbia – costly (the Columbia bit).

Generally student-friendly policies  8.8k euros Sciences-Po.  Liberal arts.  Average EU transition to 1st significant job – 5 month with tertiary qualification.

France is 4th largest recipient of int students worldwide.  www.campusfrance.org – search for programs taught in English.  Affordable quality education.  B1, B2…should be C1.