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        Female Alumni Share Experiences Of SDA Bocconi Global Executive MBA

        Milan's SDA Bocconi is holding several online info sessions for its Global EMBA over the next few months, kicking off with a focus on female candidates

        SDA Bocconi is offering candidates for its Global Executive MBA the chance to meet with students and faculty in several online info sessions over the next few months. 

        The online events kick off with a women-focused session (though men are of course welcome to attend too!), with several female alumni of the Global EMBA programme on hand to answer questions and share their experiences. 

        Director Maurizio Poli and his staff will provide information concerning the learning model and the extracurricular activities. The info session is on Thursday 12th July at 1830 (Central European Summer Time). 

        The course takes place at SDA Bocconi's downtown Milan campus. Three modules are also conducted at international partner schools: the UCLA Anderson School of Management in Los Angeles, Fudan University in Shanghai and Copenhagen Business School. 

        The Global EMBA is 20 months long, with the next intake starting in March 2013 and graduating in November 2014. There are 20 to 25 people in each class with an average age of 35 and ten years of work experience. Tuition fees for the programme are €53,000.

        You can register for an online info session here, and read more about the Global EMBA here. The first round deadline for applications is 10th September 2012.

        Founded in 1971, SDA Bocconi is the leading School of Management in Italy and also stands among the top-ranked European Institutions. Its full-time MBA is one of the top 20 programmes in Europe, according to the Financial Times.