The Specialized Online Master in Agribusiness Management is able to offer quality teaching and networking services to make it the perfect solution for anyone looking to reach the top in the world of agriculture, food production or the agri-food system with a focused mindset. on innovation and sustainability.
In addition, this master is available in an online version, in order to allow quality learning wherever you want! Thanks to the proven experience of the Planeta De Agostini Group, world leader in the provision of programs in online mode, our “distance” courses offer all the contents of classroom learning, so as to allow a complete and professionalizing experience.
Why choose our Specialized Master Online in Agribusiness Management?
92% of our students get a job offer at the end of the master
Master sponsored by Gambero Rosso Academy, Confagricoltura and many other companies in the sector which, through workshops and interventions, will be able to offer students a complete overview of the sector;
77% of our students used the technical skills acquired in this Master in their current job position;
Bootcamp in Rome included in the registration price to increase your managerial skills
The Online format of Rome Business School’s Master Agribusiness Management is structured to provide participants with a though preparation for the Agribusiness sector and crucial aspects of other related fields, starting with a wide overview of the broader management world and then proceeds with the analsys of all the specific subjects and aspects of Agribusiness Development and Management. It provides you with an in-depth insight into innovative and responsible leadership, its trends and best practices, as well as how you can be effectively applied to the Agro Industry.
At the end of the course, a group project is envisaged that aims to develop a plan to solve a problem of an existing or fictitious company. All teams are led from the initial phase of the project. Upon completion of the Capstone project, students will be able to:
Implement creative solutions and solve management problems
Apply and link theory with practice
Communicate and present business reports / ideas more effectively
Carry out commercial research and commercial analysis
Demonstrate collaborative leadership skills
Work effectively in a team
Communicate interculturally and compromise for a common goal
Set goals and implement projects effectively
Methodology: ” Circular Learning ” based on the EFMD Circle for Quality Assurance
By adhering to the highest standards regarding the teaching methodology provided to us by EFMD, the Master will be taught through interactive lectures, case study analyzes, exercises, discussions, role plays, teamwork exercises, videoconferences, business analysis and presentation sessions. students. Case studies will be used to generate discussions and illustrate business problems. Students will be encouraged to read and engage in discussions and debates. The teaching methodology is based on learning by doing, through which teachers implement a student-centered approach, involve students and provide activities that allow students to apply the knowledge acquired.
Soft Skill Program
Soft skills are the “secret key” of a well managed workplace and a progressive career path. With the Soft Skills Program, we offer you the opportunity to develop the soft skills necessary for your personal and professional growth.
The personal growth program is optional and is structured as follows: 10 hours in total for 5 interactive and self-reflective courses on soft skills (the certificate will be provided upon completion of the program):
Public Speaking for Business
Time, stress and self-management
Conflict, problem solving and negotiations
Rome Business School’s Online Master in Agribusiness Management is given by highly selected international university professors, entrepreneurs, consultants, industry experts, trainers and business managers, drawn from a variety of operational and professional fields, from advertising to sales, from entrepreneurship to digital marketing. The teaching approach is aimed at the acquisition of know-how, in order to transfer truly useful competencies for the attendees’ professional development.
Raffaele M. Maiorano – Raffaele M. Maiorano, born in 1982, is an agricultural entrepreneur and manages two farms in southern and central Italy, producing Pecorino Crotonese DOP cheese, organic olive oil, cereals, oranges and fresh vegetables. He was president of the Young Italian Farmers Association for six years and is now responsible for the Sdg and sustainability programs of Confagricoltura, the oldest organization of farmers in Italy and Europe. He is the president of Gfar, the global forum on agricultural research and innovation at FAO. He is professor of agri-food management at the University of Camerino, he designed and directed our master in agri-food management. He also collaborates with Gambero Rosso and is a consultant for startups and agri-food companies.
DANIELE ROSSI – is the delegate for research and innovation in the Confederation of farmers (Confagricoltura), the general secretary of AgroNetwork (Confagricoltura, Nomisma and Luiss Founders), the president of the RES research and innovation group in Copa – Cogeca (Brussels ), director for the International Brewers Project of Europe and the EU coordinator of the 36 national “Food for Life” platforms, judicial administrator of the companies seized by the Court of Rome under the Mafia law. He was general manager of Federalimentare (Italian Federation of Food and Beverage Industry – Confindustria), CEO of Federalimentare Servizi srl, CEO of the “EEIG Consortium for European Security (an EEIG of 13 EU Food and Beverage Federations), President of Research and Innovation Group – Food and Drink Europe – in Brussels, President of the “Italian Food for Life” technological platform and President of the “ClusterAgrifood”.
CHIARA SATTIN: Graduated in tourism economics, after a long time as a commercial director in a company, she returned to her farm and has been a farmer since 2007 (animal husbandry, forest care, energy, cereal production, recently farms). Since 2015, Delegate for innovation in the agricultural sector within Giovani di Confagricoltura-ANGA.
STEFANO BISOFFI – Scientific and Technical Director of CREA (Council for Research and Agricultural Economics, Public Research Organization in Italy) 2004-2007, 2013-2017; Director of CREA’s International Relations Unit (2012-2013) and Information Systems Unit (2008-2012); President, Permanent Executive Committee, International Poplar Commission, FAO Statutory Body (2000-2012); National representative (alternate) in the Horizon 2020 program committee for the challenge of society 2 “Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine, maritime and terrestrial research and bioeconomy” (since 2013)
FABIO REBECCHI – has 20 years of experience in digital innovation, first as an ICT consultant and then as a startup founder, with a track record of 2 successful releases and an international scale. He is now leading a new startup project in the field of digital health and artificial intelligence, and he is mentor and consultant to many accelerators around the world, including Bootcamp BootTech FoodTech Rome.
ROBERTO REALI – CNR technologist. Management, design and implementation of the organizational structure and scientific area of the National Research Council. Responsible for the “Cultural Landscape” project within the Department for Cultural Heritage of the CNR. Responsible for the national CNR project for EXPO – Milan 2015 within the Department of Biology, Agriculture and Food Sciences.
MARCO BERARDO DI STEFANO – President of the Social Farms Network, member of the National Observatory of Social Agriculture at MIPAAF. He is the president of the Fattoria Solidale del Circeo, a social agricultural cooperative that cultivates with the organic farming method, putting first of all the quality of the products, respect for the environment and the sustainability of its productions.
LUIGI TOZZI – Senior Manager Quality Production and Food & Feed Safety at Confagricoltura. 30 years of experience in Food Systems, 18 years of experience in Lobby for Agricultural and Food Companies at national and European level. He works with the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) as an expert in EFSA’s Stakeholder Discussion Group on Identifying Emerging Risks and is Vice-Chair of the Organic Farming Working Group at COPA-COGECA.
ANDREA CARAPELLESE – International Expert on Investment & Technology at UNIDO United Nations Industrial Development Organization.
With our help, you can create your career strategy through a journey of self-reflection, exploration and results. This program is designed to help you find internships or positions that match your ambitions and expectations. In particular, the master is particularly suitable for those who want to pursue a career in the following roles:
Innovative farmer or food producer, Entrepreneur in the food tech agri-food market
Marketing and Communication Manager for agri-food activities;
Manager in food institutions and organizations both for profit and not for profit;
Responsible for organizations which, although not belonging to the agri-food system, intend to invest in national and supranational projects (sponsorships, patronages, etc.);
Project manager in food organizations;
Responsible for policies for agri-food organizations;
Entrepreneur in the Agri-food sector.
Every year, Rome Business School presents the Employment Report, a document that collects data on the official results achieved by our students and former students in terms of employment and professional growth following their master’s degree at Rome Business School. The results obtained were possible thanks to the commitment of our students and the incredible professionalism of our Career Services who, with diligence and dedication, were able to direct students towards the desired career path in the world of work.
In particular, according to the most recent statistics
60% of our students obtain a job offer within 6 months of the end of the master
92% of our students get a job offer at the end of the master
43% of our students have obtained a job position in large multinational companies;
37% of our students are currently successful managers;
72% of the students obtained a salary increase at the end of the master
Networking and partners
Rome Business School has established solid partnerships with several world-renowned leading companies, such as Gambero Rosso Academy, FAO, WFP and many others. To ensure that our students can build a strong professional network, we constantly organize guest meetings, visits, events and lectures with representatives of elite business ecosystems, encouraging interaction between leading professionals and students, and facilitating the process learning.
Thanks to the school’s purely international mold, students will have the opportunity to take part in classes with students from more than 150 countries. This will allow participants to increase their knowledge of other cultures other than their own.
Every year we welcome students from all over the world: from cities and small towns, of all cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds. Rome Business School enhances the student experience, creating opportunities for learning, involvement, personal and cultural development that go well beyond lessons.
Our students will be able to participate in various activities: Coffee Meetings with the CEOs of prestigious multinational companies, virtual company visits or simple events designed to encourage socialization and intercultural exchange which has always been the central point of our school.
Rome Business School works hard to maintain the highest standard of quality in the programs we offer. That’s why, in order to ensure the eligibility of the candidates, all applicants must undergo and successfully pass a selection process structured as follows:
The admission process is aimed to verify the candidate’s eligibility to attend the Master. The candidate’s academic history, previous experiences in the topics covered in the Master and motivation will be matters of the evaluation. Once it’s sent, the application will be evaluated by the Rome Business School’s academic committee. In order to ensure the application’s suitability, it is important to deliver all of the required documentation.
Scholarships and Tuition
Payment of the participation fee of 5,900 Euros can be made in the following ways:
In 4 interest-free installments
Single solution (this option guarantees a 10% discount on the total amount)
Based on their personal profile, experience and proven motivation, the candidate may be awarded a scholarship to partially cover the participation fee. In fact, Rome Business School offers the most deserving candidates the opportunity to benefit from 8 different types of scholarships. These partial economic hedges can consist of 6 months of interest-free financing.
Early Bird Enrollment Scholarship
Study in Italy Initiative Scholarship
Lifelong Learning Scholarship
Academic Excellence Scholarship
Executive Women Grant
Better Managers for a Better World
Student Loan Assistance Grant
Competition for scholarships increases as the starting date approaches and funds are limited, so it is advisable to apply as soon as possible.