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School of Economics and Political Science
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND INNOVATION
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Degree course details
Degree course type Second cycle degree D.M. 270/2004
Ep2372
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Degree course code EP2372
Activated in 2017/18
Year of degree course structure 2017/18
Class (Ministerial field of study code) LM-77 - Management
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Branch Padova
Language English
Degree course tracks Common track
Related degree courses --
Other degree courses within the same class    EP2423 - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
EP1981 - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - ECONOMIA E DIREZIONE AZIENDALE (Ord. 2013)
EC0222 - LAW AND ECONOMICS (Ord. 2017)

Brief description of the degree course
Caratteristiche e finalità
Il Corso di Laurea magistrale interamente in lingua inglese “Entrepreneurship and Innovation” si propone di fornire agli studenti la conoscenza e gli strumenti per interpretare i fenomeni dell'economia globale, con particolare riferimento alle dinamiche dell'innovazione e allo sviluppo delle imprese consolidate e di nuova costituzione. Il Corso consente di sviluppare conoscenze per organizzare le risorse e le relazioni sia all'interno dell'impresa sia lungo le catene di fornitura globali, applicando gli strumenti quantitativi e qualitativi alle decisioni aziendali di carattere generale (strategia) e funzionale (marketing, innovazione, capitale umano).
Il Corso si sviluppa nell'arco di quattro semestri. Nei primi due semestri sono previsti insegnamenti volti a completare la conoscenza dei quattro linguaggi che caratterizzano la gestione aziendale – economico, aziendale, giuridico e quantitativo – anche in maniera integrata ed interdisciplinare (economico / aziendale). Nel primo semestre del secondo anno vengono previsti insegnamenti che offrono un'ulteriore specializzazione inerenti l'imprenditorialità, l'economia e la gestione delle risorse umane e il contesto dei servizi. Nel secondo semestre del secondo anno viene dato spazio a insegnamenti connotati con un approccio laboratoriale e professionalizzante.

Ambiti occupazionali
Il Corso di studi trasferisce le conoscenze e sviluppa le abilità per accedere a:
- carriere manageriali nelle imprese manifatturiere: a) di piccole e medie dimensioni, che hanno avviato percorsi di crescita dimensionale, di internazionalizzazione o di innovazione strategica e che necessitano di specifiche professionalità in grado sia di interpretare i fenomeni macro- economici e le dinamiche settoriali sia di supportare l'implementazione di nuove politiche aziendali; b) di grandi dimensioni che, attraverso la creazione di corporate spin off o di business unit dedicate, avviano percorsi di innovazione del business o di ricerca di nuove opportunità di sviluppo e che necessitano di specifiche professionalità capaci di organizzare le nuove attività e valorizzare i risultati dell'innovazione, attraverso l'elaborazione di strategie e politiche ad hoc.
- carriere manageriali nei servizi innovativi alle imprese (KIBS, Knowledge Intensive Business Services), che hanno avviato percorsi di crescita dimensionale e di innovazione gestionale, per la cui realizzazione necessitano di specifiche professionalità in grado di interpretare e intervenire sia sui processi organizzativi interni sia sulle relazioni con il mercato.
- carriere professionali e imprenditoriali nei settori innovativi della manifattura, dei servizi e della cultura

Dalla triennale alla magistrale
L'accesso ai Corsi di Laurea magistrale è consentito a tutti i laureati in possesso dei requisiti curriculari indicati nel Regolamento didattico e nell'Avviso di ammissione e disponibili alla pagina del Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Entrepreneurship and Innovation – Imprenditorialità e Innovazione nel Sito: www.economia.unipd.it.
I candidati sono tenuti allo svolgimento di una prova di ammissione.


Characteristics and Objectives
The Degree Course “Entrepreneurship and Innovation”, entirely held in English, aims at offering knowledge and tools to understand the trends related to the global economy, with special attention to innovation dynamics and the growth of new and established firms. The Course allows developing knowledge for the organization of resources and relationships both within the firm and global supply chains, by applying quantitative and qualitative tools to general business decisions (strategy) and functional ones (marketing, innovation, human resource).
The Course is spread out over four semesters. In the first two semesters there are courses aiming at completing students' knowledge on the four languages characterizing business management – economics, management, legal and quantitative business management – also in an integrated and interdisciplinary (economics and management) manner. In the first semester of the second year course units develop additional specialized expertise on entrepreneurship, economics and human resource management, as well as service companies. In the second semester of the second year course units are oriented to enhance matching between theoretical and working knowledge through interactive laboratories.

Occupational opportunities
The Course aims at transferring knowledge and develops skills to access to managerial and entrepreneurial careers:
- a) In small and medium-sized firms that have started strategic paths of growth, internationalization, or innovation requiring professionals able to understand macro-economic and sectoral trends as well as to support the implementation of new business strategies; b) in large firms that, through spin-offs or dedicated business units, are carrying out business innovation processes or new strategic paths requiring specialized professionals able to manage those new activities and exploit innovation results through ad hoc strategies;
- In KIBS (Knowledge Intensive Business Services) that are implementing paths of strategic growth or managerial innovation hence requiring professionals able to understand market relations and organizational implication of such approaches and support them;
- In innovative sectors of manufacturing, services, and culture.

Access modalities
Access to this Second Cycle Degree Course is open to all graduates possessing the educational requirements stated in the Second Cycle degree course Regulation and in the Admission Notice and what is available at the Second cycle degree course in Entrepreneurship & Innovation page on the website: www.economia.unipd.it
Applicants are required to do an admission test.

Admission
Admission type Open access with assessment test and admission requirements
number of non-EU students resident abroad 30
        of which Chinese ("Marco Polo" Programme) --
Minimum number of pre-enrollments on which the activation of the Course of Study depends   --
Enrollment as a part time student no
Fees Fees for A.Y. 2017/18
Admission notice    Admission notice for A.Y. 2017/18

Admission tests and pre-selections
Updated on 25/05/2017, at 07:30
Test Submission of applications Number of
applicants
of which applied as 1st choice
"Entrepreneurship and Innovation - 2017/18 - only FOREIGN qualifications" expired on 26/04/2017 31 31

Course calendar
Show course schedule 2017/18 Reg.2017 course timetable
Show examination schedule 2017/18 Reg.2017 examination schedule
Show final examination schedule 2017/18 Reg.2017 final examination schedule

Links
Ministerial websites Universitaly
Academic reference structures School of Economics and Political Science
Department of Economics and Management
Referent of the Degree course GIULIO CAINELLI

Course units available for each Academic Year of the degree course
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Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Teacher in charge
COMMON EPP7077657 CORPORATE LAW
Details for students enrolled in A.Y. 2017
6 1st Year First semester ETTORE SCIMEMI
COMMON EPP6077099 ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT OF INNOVATION
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12 1st Year First semester FIORENZA BELUSSI
COMMON EPP6077098 ECONOMICS FOR MANAGEMENT
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12 1st Year Second semester DONATA FAVARO
COMMON EPP6077097 ENGLISH FOR ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS
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2 1st Year First semester
COMMON EPP6077101 GLOBAL FIRMS AND GLOBAL VALUE CHAINS
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12 1st Year Second semester GIULIO CAINELLI
COMMON EPP6077100 MANAGEMENT CONTROL AND FINANCE
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6 1st Year First semester FEDERICA RICCERI
COMMON EPP6077103 RELATIONAL MARKETING
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6 1st Year Second semester MARCO UGO PAIOLA
COMMON EPP6077104 STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT
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8 1st Year Second semester
COMMON EPP6077222 ECONOMICS OF HUMAN RESOURCES 6 2nd Year First semester
COMMON EPP6077238 ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND STRATEGIES FOR GROWTH 12 2nd Year First semester
COMMON EPP7078461 MANAGERIAL LAB 1 6 2nd Year Second semester
COMMON EPP7078462 MANAGERIAL LAB 2 6 2nd Year Second semester
COMMON EPP6077240 ORGANIZATION DESIGN AND GOVERNANCE OF HUMAN CAPITAL 6 2nd Year First semester
COMMON EPP6077239 SERVICE MANAGEMENT 6 2nd Year First semester

Final examination
Degree course track Course unit code Course unit name Credits Year Period Teacher in charge
COMMON EPP4069317 MASTER'S THESIS
Details for students enrolled in A.Y. 2017
14   Annual