Participants in the Master’s in Competitiveness and Innovation come from all over the world and typically have an undergraduate degree in business management or a related degree that contains a focus on management subjects.
The diversity of origins and backgrounds of participants is a key strength of the programme, and creates an ideal learning environment for understanding competitiveness and innovation in their territorial and global contexts. What participants have in common is that they:
- Wish to develop their advanced training in the fields of competitiveness and innovation and gain professional and/or research experience in these areas.
- Have a fundamental interest in what drives competitiveness and innovation in firms and in territories and in how they are linked together.
- Want to specialise in the design and development of strategic projects for competitiveness and innovation and in the methodologies associated with their organizational and territorial integration.
- Are interested in developing their career in the field of strategic consulting or innovation management and/or in the field of research into competitiveness and innovation.