RBS’ Impact: March
22 of our students changed their professional future and were placed in companies such as Moncler, Unilever, Zuma, Leroy Merlin, Bridgestone
This Blog news explains the results of the Career Services and Entrepreneurship activity carried out during the month of March. In total, 22 of our students were placed. Moreover, our students this month had the opportunities to take part to:
- 1 Executive Workshop with Adecco
- 7 Guest Lectures with Teatro dell’Opera di Roma, The Royal Commission for Riyadh City, HMD Global, Piaggio, Essity, Varda, Youth to Youth Initiative
- 1 Look & Touch Company visits with Teatro dell’Opera di Roma
The Career Services help RBS Students to be ready to enter the job market, developing the right knowledge, providing the market insights and tools that they need to pursue a successful career in a specific industry. With the support of the Career Service the student can define the career path, develop a strategy, hone the self presentation skills, and sharpen the CV. Moreover, through the Career Services students have access to exclusive tools including a job portal, expert mentoring, consulting training, career targeting, and presence optimization. It provides everything the student needs to fulfil the aspirations, helping to make the most of the knowledge and capabilities of each of them. You can learn more about our Career Services and our Masters at: https://romebusinessschool.com/masters/
Now thanks to RBS partners and the Career Services, 22 of our students have the opportunities to continue develop their skills, to put competences in practice and the possibility to growth professionally in companies such as: Moncler, Unilever, Zuma, Leroy Merlin, Bridgestone, BMW, Unicredit, Woolrich, GiGroup, MAXII, NTT Data.
Meet the students: discover their path and follow their advice!
Dalia R. participant of MasterChef Italia 11
Dalia R, recent graduate of the Rome Business School Master in Food & Beverage Management, participated to one of the most famous cooking shows in Italy, on Sky channel produced by Endemol Shine Italy, and explained us what it meant for her, the challenge and her advices to combine studies and work experience.
“Getting in touch with MasterChef was, first of all, a great honor and, secondly, I realized, even more, how special this sector is and how it needs relevant, aware and dedicated figures. As far as the program goes, week after week, the tests to pass are challenging and always full of difficulties, so stress management is key. Many people ask me if the time available during the program is real. It is. In fact, our perception is that it is even less. You have to have a lot of qualities and be a great manager of yourself. It was a school of life that will serve me forever. I chose this Master because I wanted to become an F&B manager in luxury hotels. I thoroughly enjoyed the academic journey. This path has allowed me to acquire all the necessary skills and to delve into the most innovative aspects and trends in the food and beverage sector. I have appreciated the great experiences handed down by each teacher in the course of study.”
Silvia V., now HR Consultant at HISkill
Silvia V., from the Executive Master in Risorse Umane tells us about how significant have been for her the interactions she had the opportunity to take advantage of at RBS, both with Companies and RBS Staff for her career development, and two key advices for all of us.
“In April I am starting a new job at HISkill, the first and biggest consulting company in business upgrade in Italy. The Master was an instrument through which I understood that my desires could be reality. The interaction with the teacher and the other people working in the field motivated me to enter the game. I want to give a special thanks to Margherita Valori who helped me in facing company screening. Among the workshops that inspired me the most was the one by Dott.ssa Laurenza Talent Acquisition at Manpower group. My professional goal is to put my values into practice in order to growth and to contribute to the development of companies through the training of human resources. The advise to my colleagues: never give up and be curious!”