University of Bologna

The University of Bologna, founded in 1088, holds the title of the oldest university in the world. Located at the heart of the city, it embodies the spirit of Bologna, intertwining centuries of academic tradition with the vibrant pulse of modern scholarship. Today, it offers a broad range of programs across 33 departments, from the humanities to natural sciences, and law to engineering.
The department of management is a multi-campus department, with facilities in Bologna, Forlì and Rimini. It comprises a dynamic community of 100 faculty members, 40 post-docs, 50 PhD students, 20 administrative and technical staff, and 10 visiting faculty and students. The department excels in various teaching and research fields including Accounting, Banking and Finance, Arts and Cultural Organizations, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Organization & Human Resources Management, Strategic Management and Sustainability, and Social Management.

How to get to the Venue?

To reach the venue in Bologna:

By Plane

Bologna is served by the Guglielmo Marconi Airport, an international hub located just outside the city. The airport is situated approximately 15-20 minutes from the city center by car. For convenience, taxis and buses are readily available to transport you from the airport to central Bologna.

By Train

Bologna’s central train station (“Bologna Centrale”) is a major rail transport hub in Northern Italy, well-connected by high-speed train services. It offers quick access from major Italian cities: approximately 65 minutes from Milan, 37 minutes from Florence, and 2 hours and 20 minutes from Rome. The central station is roughly a 15-minute journey from the main areas like Piazza Maggiore.

By Car

Arriving in Bologna by car is straightforward, with the city accessible via the ring road. From Milan, take the A1 motorway exiting at Bologna Borgo Panigale; from Padua, take the A13 exiting at Bologna Arcoveggio; and from Ancona, use the A14 exiting at Bologna San Lazzaro.