International Master in E-Commerce and Sales Management POLIMI Graduate School of Management

The International Master in E-Commerce and Sales Management is the programme of POLIMI Graduate School of Management dedicated to recent graduates or young professionals with the purpose of starting or consolidating their career in the functions of international digital commerce.

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Start date: October
Format: Full-time
Duration: 12 months
Language: English
Location: POLIMI Graduate School of Management (Milan, Italy)
Admission requirements: 3-year bachelor’s degree; English proficiency
Company partners: eBay, Esselunga, Everli

The International Master in E-Commerce and Sales Management is the programme of POLIMI Graduate School of Management dedicated to recent graduates or young professionals with the purpose of starting or consolidating their career in the functions of international digital commerce.

With a duration of 12 months and taught in English, the master aims to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to manage all the variables and strategic levers of e-commerce for goods and services in B2C relations, for example from the selection of the most appropriate platforms according to the sales initiative, the implementation of the correct marketing campaigns, the definition of an effective online customer journey and the design of an omnichannel strategy.

For updated deadlines for applications and further information, please visit www.gsom.polimi.it/imesm  

For more information and assistance with your application, please write to infomasters@gsom.polimi.it

Cost of the master: 18500 VAT free
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