Sapienza University of Rome (Italy) – Leader

Founded in 1303 by Pope Boniface VIII, Sapienza University of Rome is one of the largest universities in Europe. The Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, Sapienza University of Rome embraces of five different Scientific-Disciplinary Sectors belonging to Economics and Business Sciences areas.

Based on an integrated and multidisciplinary approach, it carries out teaching, scientific research, applied research, postgraduate/managerial training, and Third Mission in the following macro-areas: Business management; Banks and finance; Commodity study.

The Department promotes a continuous exchange with national and international realities of the academic community developing strong relationships with the productive world, as well as with the Institutions, to operate in harmony with its own needs, enhancing skills and culture of young talents.

In the awareness of the value of intellectual and cultural networking, the research activities carried out by the members of the Department are also carried out in collaboration with professors and researchers from other Italian and foreign universities, and disseminated to stakeholders to share inspiring principles, strategic guidelines and general objectives. In this perspective, the Department promotes the mobility of its professors through visiting programs (in and out) in international universities; the appeal of Department members, PhD students and fellows for international research and higher education networks.