MIP Politecnico Di Milano | MBA Jobs & Salary Review
Which companies hire MBAs from MIP Politecnico Di Milano? What do they earn? Is the school right for you? Find out in our MBA jobs and salary review
Of the MBA class, 55% change job function, 63% change industry, and 63% change country.
The most popular job function is supply chain, operations, or processing—27% of the class landed a job in this area. That’s followed by 23% starting jobs in marketing or sales; 16% in finance roles; 16% in strategy, planning, or business processes; and 6% in each of product development, research and development or engineering, and consulting.
Beyond learning in the classroom, MIP has a careers team on standby to help students set and achieve their own professional goals, as well as offering support and advice when framing a CV and cover letter.
MIP’s careers’ website provides students with free resources, such as information about up-to-date job market trends, top global employers, and working permits for international students looking to stay in Italy or to live and work elsewhere.
The rise of entrepreneurs
MIP’s MBA grads don’t always look to work for big corporate companies. Thanks to the International MBA, many are able to go on and launch their own business ventures with great success.
2011 Peruvian alum, Faviola Palomino, founded an online discount business called VIP Soul––which offers up to 70% discount across a plethora of brands–– and 2019 alum, Nicola Rodriguez, went on to launch a digital pathology software system called hiMED.
Whatever direction you choose to go in after the MBA, MIP has a rich network of alumni, faculty, and businesses to support your career ambitions. Students can also access the services and network of POLIHUB (the Politecnico di Milano’s incubator) which has been ranked and in the top five incubators in the world by UBI Global.