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Galway Business School, Ireland and Rome Business School partnership

A new partnership has been signed between Galway Business School (GBS), one of the leading independent third-level colleges in Ireland and Rome Business School, a member of the Planeta Formación y Universidades, an international network created by the group Planeta De Agostini, which embodies a strong commitment to the university education and vocational and lifelong training.

Both institution mutually agreed to deliver Study abroad semester programmes hosted by Rome Business School. Work together on progression routes for Bachelor of Business (Hons) with International Business graduates and other applicable Level 8 programmes offered by Galway Business School onto various master degree-level programmes offered by Rome Business School (RBS). 

According to Celestine Rowland, President of Galway Business School. “Galway Business School is delighted to have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Rome Business School as both schools actively build an international network of partnerships with the best educational institutions in the world. Balancing global scholarship with professional experience, GBS brings real-world business insights into the classroom. As we maintain strong local, national and international connections, Rome Business School and Galway Business School learners will experience business in a classroom context and have the opportunity to cement their learning by broadening their experience through a range of international mobility programmes”.

Galway Business School pathway programmes at Rome Business School will be delivered by industry-active lecturers with professional competencies embedded into the curricula for international students to access Master’s degree-level programmes.

The partnership provides a strong platform through which both institutions can seek to widen participation in higher education in Ireland and Italy and support students to progress and achieve their full potential.

 “This partnership will offer increased opportunity for international students to progress onto degree-level study, in line with our ambitions to transform lives through education.” Declares Antonio Ragusa, Dean of Rome Business School. 

We look forward to providing international students who choose to study in Rome Business School with access to degree programmes that embed skills like creativity, critical thinking, creative problem-solving, and that offer access to work placements, to accelerate career skills development. The strategic partnerships ware managed by Gerlie Saura – International Business Development Manager and Eleonora Mantovani - International Relations Manager in collaboration with Padraig Hynes, responsible for Academic Management at Galway Business School. 

“We are very delighted that Rome Business School has partnered with us” said Celestine Rowland, President of Galway Business School.