Rome Business School on Fortune Italia

“Why to choose a Business School”

We are pleased to inform you about the July issue of the national Magazine of Fortune Italia where Rome Business School has been mentioned. 

The newspaper presented the official annual ranking of the 40 under 40 TOP talents on the national and international business environment. It decided this year to insert an in-dept section dedicated to the most highlighted Italian Business Schools, spacing from the milestone ones like Luiss and SDA Bocconi Business School to the new and innovative promises of the educational market and this is when Rome Business School enters the game, classified as the most international institution in Italy.

The article tackles the following points:

  • How much a Business School can affect the job market during the Covid-19 emergency?
  • Educational offers;
  • Reason why to be chosen;
  • Employment rates;
  • Growing day by day we are building up our reputation both locally and globally turning a small Business into a large international reality;

A Business School can play a key role on identifying the needs of the job market and on providing the right educational support to satisfy it. The sanitary emergency and the economic crisis increased these necessities even more, for this reason Rome Business School structured and excellent career services department to support students during their studies and professional growth. Furthermore, the school constantly improve and integrate its programs in order to train students to be the ideal candidates for any organization.

Rome Business School boasts a selection of international programs, interesting the main macro areas of the business: MBA, Marketing and Sales, Political Marketing, Fashion Management, Human Resource Management, Project Management, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Data Science, Health Management electronics, Management of arts and culture, food and drink.

Choosing one of these programs means pursuing an international path at 360° from the practice-oriented learning to a strategic teaching methodology dedicated to provide students with the most required skills of the market, innovative technological knowledge and revolutionary managing methods. To do this Rome Business School works in partnership with more than 231 large multinational companies such as: Ikea, Adecco, Hays, Puma, Whirlpool, America Express and Michael Page, creating together different types of activities and learning session such as workshop, webinars, talks, company meetings, networking job fairs and international bootcamps. RBS has annually around 2590 job offers with an average of 5 different job opportunities offered for each student and a 72% of growth rate in terms of position, skills and salary.

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