"Here in Venice, a city where culture and sustainability are drivers that open up doors for the future, with our School we aim to create and share knowledge to bridge ideas, and train minds that can fill the gaps created by the digital revolution - a scenario where economic growth is inextricably intertwined with social development"
Anna Comacchio, Dean of Venice School of Management
We design our course offering with the strategic guidance of an International Advisory Board and engage with top academics and innovative leaders and practitioners. Our aims are to give students the chance to effectively tackle the challenges that society will ask them to face, to make a positive impact and, at the same time, be ready to embrace their future and become the next generation of managers.
As stated in our mission, at Venice School of Management, we view our school as a nexus with the world, where teaching, research and engagement with practice respond to global as well as local calls to action.
Latest news and events
The Department of Management at Ca' Foscari University of Venice has been awarded the prestigious international EQUIS accreditation, issued by the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD). This certifies the excellence of the Department, now known internationally as Venice School of Management (VSM).
The BRIC - Bounded Rationality in Choice Conference brings together researchers in choice theory, experimental economics, and behavioral economics interested in how bounds on rationality play out in individual decisions and interactive situations. The 10th edition (BRIC-X) will be held in Venice, from 10 to 12 June 2024 in San Giobbe Campus - Ca' Foscari University of Venice.
Ca' Foscari was successfully assessed by the European evaluators of the Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R), and it can remain listed among the "HR Recognized Institutions" in Italy on the EURAXESS website.
The year 2023 was the best ever for Ca' Foscari University of Venice in the field of research projects. In that year our university received an overall 33 million euros via European, national and regional funding - an unprecedented amount.
By studying at the San Giobbe Campus located in Venice, close to the northern side of the lagoon and the railway station, students will be part of Venice School of Management, the second oldest business school in Europe and the first in Italy.
By living in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, that bridges past and future, students will have the opportunity to imagine their future, to make a positive impact on today’s world and to begin a fulfilling career path.
Venice School of Management offers students the chance to include, among their study experiences, the attainment of a Double/ Joint Degree chosen from a rich set of programmes with prestigious international Business Schools, and over 50 Erasmus programmes.