MIB Open Courses
MIB Trieste School of Management opens to the business community a series of short courses in English language, at its headquarters in Trieste.
There is a limited number of available places, the following two criteria will be used:
- Priority to MIB Students
- First come, first served
All prices below are not including VAT.
For the current academic year, MIB Trieste School of Management offers your participation in elective courses at a special fee (€100 plus VAT per training day, instead of € 400 plus VAT), to all graduates who joined the MIB Alumni Association.
If you are a graduate of the School and not yet part of the no-profit Alumni Association, please click the green button on the right and send your request.
International Business Law | 27-28-29
Three Training days | €
Course contents will include four different arguments:
Commercial Law: Analysis of the basic characteristics of
international trade agreements, as well as the ancillary provisions
thereof. The module will focus on the practical problems that arise
in the field of international trade.
- Intellectual Property Law: Analysis of the opportunities for the management of intangible assets and the exclusive rights tout court as sources of value, as well as their protection for the pursuit of the interests of innovation, corporate identity and image in the light of a proper economic competition.
- Corporate Governance: Examination of critical issues arising from the adoption of a model compared to others. The module also aims at highlighting the indications and future trends in corporate governance.
- Mergers & Acquisition: Examination of the legal framework that regulates shareholdings’ acquisitions, discussion about the legal issues surrounding the transaction and presentation of an overview of how these processes are managed in practice. The module also aims at transferring knowledge based on the presentation of certain case studies.
Please, fill in the brief form to apply to the International Business Law open course.
A variety of simulations and exercises will be used to allow participants to move quickly from theory to controlled practice and align themselves with the needs of the specific context.