Affordable Program

The cost to attend our Full-time MBA program is far below that of other prestigious private Italy and Europe-based MBA programs. Current students and alumni have access to comprehensive career services resources at the University of Iowa Tippie College of Business, which includes personal job search support, job postings, alumni and business connections, and more.

Earn a Full-time MBA in 11 Months or a Part–time MBA in Two Years

cimba_gradsAs an MBA student, you’ll have the opportunity to earn an international MBA degree from the top-ranked, AACSB-accredited University of Iowa Tippie College of Business, and study on two continents along the way.

Our Full-time and Part-time MBA Programs begin on our Paderno del Grappa campus where you’ll be immersed in coursework and seminars including topics such as economics, human resources, new venture development, global marketing, production and operations, and leadership and personal development. Our graduating MBA students travel to the University of Iowa for the final month to complete a real-world business simulation course, get an inside look at American companies, and receive their degree at a formal University of Iowa Tippie College of Business graduation ceremony.

CIMBA’s Educational Philosophy: Knowledge, Process, Behavior

Leadership Graphic-01Our Leadership Institute is designed to support CIMBA’s educational philosophy which includes the pillars of knowledge, process, and behavior. This philosophy helps you develop skills to turn ideas into practical innovations and to effectively manage and lead others to higher levels of performance.

It also gives you access to one of the most comprehensive, highly personalized coaching programs in the U.S. and abroad. Students have one-on-one sessions with coaches who help them explore issues such as managing daily stress and conflict, developing better social skills, adapting to social transitions, and more. Our MBA students also have the opportunity to learn basic coaching skills such as giving and receiving feedback, asking powerful questions, active listening, listening for potential in others, and being a facilitator.