Careers and stakeholders

Graduates in Management of innovation and Entrepreneurship will be able to apply acquired knowledge and skills in two related areas:
- Within existing companies and organizations: in this context graduates can contribute to the design, development and implementation of innovative projects (for example: new product development, implementation of new production processes, new market entry);
- In the launch of new business initiatives (start-ups), where the graduate will be able to collaborate in the construction of the team, the development of the business ideas and their exploitation.

Combining entrepreneurial, managerial, economic and financial skills with sound knowledge of new product development and innovation management processes, the Master's Degree in Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship trains professionals oriented both to craft and launch new entrepreneurial initiatives and to occupy project management positions for new product development and innovation management. Additionally, the Program provides solid evaluation skills to assess innovation projects, thus opening opportunities in both private organizations (management consulting firms, financial institutions) and public-sector organizations (development agencies and local partnerships).

Professional profile: the program is aimed at young people who want to embark on a managerial career oriented towards innovation themes, as well as those who want to start new business ventures.
Functions: business analysis and development; coordination and management of innovation projects; new business model development; entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs; property rights consultants.
Skills: ability to analyze and interpret sectoral and competitive dynamics; to design new initiatives within existing companies; ability to plan and start new business ventures.
Career opportunities: managers in national and international manufacturing and service companies, in large retailers; entrepreneurs; freelancers and consultant in the design and implementation of new initiatives.

Employment statistics (Almalaurea)

The programme interacts with local, national and international stakeholders, such as professional organizations, manufacturing companies and service providers.