Double MBA: Rome Business School – University of Rostov (Russia)

Now, the Rome Business School’s students can earn two MBAs at the same time: one from the Rome Business School itself and one from the University of Rostov, one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Russia.

This unique opportunity for a double degree stems from the agreement signed between the Rome Business School and the Higher School of Business (HSB) of the Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don (Russia).

The agreement involves the joint development of the MBA – Master of Business Administration – programme, which will allow students to take advantage of an integrated teaching approach based upon sharing the knowledge and expertise from the two different cultures and the possibility to attend (on-campus or online) lectures held by teachers from both educational institutions.

On completion of the course, the MBA students of the Rome Business School and of the University of Rostov will be awarded a double degree – Italian and Russian.

This double MBA enhances the value provided to their students by both institutions in terms of learning experience and support for their international career.

Participants will have therefore increased chances not only to become specialists within their national contexts, but also to project themselves as international managers, able to compete successfully in the global economy.

The Rome Business School and the Southern Federal University, Rostov, have structured a joint educational course in order to provide the best and most up to date managerial training, using the latest technologies and involving world-renowned teachers as well as top managers.

The programme is characterized by its applied orientation, which guarantees a fast acquisition of the theoretical knowledge and its marketability in the real job world.

Should you need further information on the double MBA, please contact us. Only 15 places are available.

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