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International Master in Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy Management

The Master in Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy Management aims to prepare professionals and companies to understand the benefits of circular Bio Economy and contribute directly to it by transforming existing businesses, creating sustainable products, and setting sustainable development goals.

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Formula International
Method On Campus / Online
Language English
Start Date October 2024
Enrollment 84%
Available seats 9
Scholarship valid until June 28th
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International Master in Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy Management Overview 

Participants will equip themselves, firstly, with general core knowledge in management, then will specialize in Sustainability Management and Circular Bioeconomy.

Specifically, participants will learning how to  re-think their businesses, how to create value, understand principles and benefits of sustainability management and circular bioeconomy, the physical dimensions of sustainability, the scope of smart cities, renewable energy, as well as will provide participants will all the key information in order to understand and apply for fund-raising (‘for the Just Transition Mechanism’) of the European Commission valuable project ‘’A European Green Deal’’.

Learning Outcomes 

  1. Research and evaluate the ethical implications of contemporary global risks exist in the current models of production, consumption, and business activity. Provide theoretical tools to understand how to growing an environmental and sustainable society, and impose a paradigm shift, led by the change-makers, the Green Transition.
  2. Learn how to govern sustainability and circular bio-economy from a strategic and managerial perspective.
  3. Develop extensive skills to set up a sustainability-oriented strategy, with particular reference to circular economy and energy management.
  4. Illustrate key themes that represent crucial opportunities and challenges regarding the circular economy’s ability to create a more sustainable society.
  5. Propose methods and practice to increase the circular and energy transition path.

Shape your professional path through 4 pillars:

Real link with companies

An international network of companies’ partners to help young and senior professional in building their careers and RBS to create the better learning experience possible, thanks to Business Practice LAB, Company visits, in class exercises and exclusive lecturers.


Rome Business School is proudly the most international business school in Italy, being able to immerse our students in a stimulating environment, thanks to our international faculty, our exclusive Bootcamps in Silicon Valley, Barcelona, Paris, Rome and Tuscany and mixed ethnicity in our classes.

Professional Impact

Our higher purpose is to build managers and leaders. For this reason, we’ve built our Masters around our student’s professional and personal growth, providing different service and experiences, just like our Career Service, multiple company meetings, Company Shadowing, Individual Coaching sessions and a soft skills program.

Higher Purpose

Following our motto, Better Managers for a Better World, an entire section of our Masters is fully dedicated to higher purpose in business, Corporate Social Responsibility and creation of a sustainable approach and mindset to business

Why choose our International Master in Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy?

Business in Action

  • Businsess Practice Lab CNR - Italian National Council for Research (CNR): Gain hands-on experience with anaerobic bio-digest executive planning and production of bio-gas and bio-methane; and will learn how to manage the production of plastic recycling.
  • Capstone Project: Take on a real business challenge from one of our corporate partners.

International Bootcamp

Think big and go global, choose among 4 continents and 7 International Bootcamps. Choose among the bootcamps in Silicon Valley (US), Paris, Rome, Tuscany, Barcelona, Nigeria, Qatar, London, China and have an immersive and stimulating experience, focused on the topics of the business world and network and learn from top company managers.

Includes an Elective Course as an introduction to the preparation for E.G.E.

Became a leading professional in the new era of the Energy System with the certification E.G.E. - Expert in Energy Management, in accordance with the UNI 11339:2009. ​ Students can choose as an elective course to get an introduction for preparation for the exam in line with the criteria established for getting the certification E.G.E Expert in Energy Management.

Career Impact

+22% Salary Increase, after 1 year of completing the Master in Sustainability and Circular Bio Economy

Under the patronage of CNR & RES4Africa​

The master is under the patronage of CNR and RES4 Africa who are active partners for the delivery of the master through: ​Content design​, Guest lectures and teaching, Business Practice lab, Company visits, Placement and Job opportunities ​


Tailor your learning experience with the option to study either online through live-streamed lectures on our digital platform or on campus, giving you the freedom to choose the mode of learning that best suits your schedule and preferences

Among our Partners:

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International Master in Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy Management:

The Master’s program delves into sustainability and the circular Bioeconomy industry, providing exposure to professionals and companies. It offers experiential activities, including visits to industry leaders, environmental project development for EU funds, practical labs with CNR, and business model restructuring. Students can also attend major fairs in Italy and collaborate on research papers with CNR and RBS students. This hands-on approach enhances their industry understanding and skills.

Develop core managerial skills & sustainable development goals

During the first module of the International Master in Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy Management, students will learn notions of:

  • Managerial Economics
    This module aims to prepare students by providing them with the essentials of entrepreneurship and business planning.
  • Entrepreneurship and Business Planning
    With this module, the managerial skills required to understand a Business Plan and its structure will be developed.
  • Business Strategy
    Through this module, students will know how to understand the long-term direction and strategy of a company, and will be able to identify the strategic business units of organizations.
  • Accounting & Budgeting
    This module is aimed at students understanding the importance of financial management and control principles, with key indicators such as ROI, EBIT, GAAP.
  • Project & Operations Management
    With this module, students will be able to manage projects, examine data and information, and have a diagnostic approach in solving problems.
  • Marketing: Traditional and Digital
    Students will learn the application of marketing principles in organizational decision making.
  • Human Resource Management
    This subject area focuses on strategic human resource issues such as workforce acquisition, development, motivation and retention.
Implement Sustainable Strategies & Understand the Circular Bioeconomy and Evenrgy Management

During the second module, students will learn:

1) Integrated Sustainability Management ​

  • Historical Overview of Climate Change Science -towards the ecological transition: the upcoming scenarios 2030-2050 ​
  • Geopolitics of Energy conflicts​
  • Building Sustainable Organization and Business Model Canvas ​
  • Sustainable Mobility and related Industry – New Trends ​

2) Circular Bio Economy

  • Circular Bio Economy, Food Waste & clean energy production ​
  • Biodiversity Management
  • Global Environmental Markets ​
  • Fundraising and EU funding within the European
  • Circular Economy Strategy ​

3) Physical Dimesions of Sustainability​

  • Urban Ecology and Smart Cities ​
  • Sustainable Forestry & Water Resources ​
  • Rural Transformation and smart agriculture ​
  • International Environmental Law, Policies and Regulations

4) Climate Change and Energy Transition Scenarios ​

  • Energy Management (Core Principals and Systems) and Lifecycle Management of Energy​
  • The Economics of Renewables and Energy Saving Technologies ​
  • Roadmap for a jointly funded AU-EU Partnership on
  • Climate Change and Sustainable Energy (CCSE)
Build sustainable bioeconomy, manage technologies and become a socially responsible leader

During the third module, students will explore:

5) Integration of Renewable Energy (RE): Technologies and Business Models ​

  • Renewable Energy Technologies: towards zero carbon society ​
  • Sustainability and Innovation in RE technology ​
  • RE and energy transition in Africa and developing countries ​
  • The Water food Energy Nexus: from integrated approaches to innovative buisness models ​

​6) Exploring the Future of the Bio-Economy​

  • Towards Sustainable Bio-Based Economy and society (case studies and best practices) ​
  • Innovation and Sustainability in biomass energy production ​
  • Smart Mobility
  • Business Ethics and CSR
Why Electives?

The goal of Rome Business School is to develop future managers, entrepreneurs, and professionals who are ready to capitalize on the benefits of digitalization, go global, and have a positive impact on society.

Electives are ideal tools for students to improve their employability by focusing on high-demand skills. ​

  • Electives assist students in carving out a niche for themselves and becoming more competitive.
  • Electives expose students to courses they might not have encountered otherwise.
  • Electives provide a one-of-a-kind curriculum that fosters life and career skills. ​
  • Elective courses are organized in 6 main areas of interest:
  1. ​Innovation & Growth
  2. Tech & Digitalization
  3. Industry Business Excellence
  4. International Business
  5. Global Electives with RBS School partners
  6. Preparation for certifications
Practice Lab | In partnership with

Rome Business School Practice Lab is the place where theoretical concepts are put in practice and participants learn through experience. The Lab is run by the Italian National Research Council (CNR) managers who will examine different specialist knowledge, work on exercises and network, while sharing their experience and expertise with the students. This Lab is entirely run by The Italian National Research Council (CNR) managers with whom you will create strategy to guide customer’s throught the customer’s journey of The Italian National Research Council (CNR) products.

Business in Action - Hands-on Lab

The Global Trends lab consists of 2 virtual sessions:

Session 1: How to Find Sources to identify global trends. Deep dive into the global world trends shaping the world of today – guest speakers from UN, UNIDO, ILO. Examples of Global Trends: ​

  1. The Future of Work
  2. AI, Blockchain, and Technology
  3. The World in 2030 – Future Scenarios (UN, IMF, ECB)

Session 2: Understand the impact of global trends on businesses, and explore ways in which businesses can adapt and transform based on future trends and forward-thinking strategies.

Capstone Project

At the conclusion of your course, you will have the opportunity to demonstrate your skills by taking on a genuine business problem. Utilize your skills to spot chances and develop a strategy that is genuinely creative.

Take on a genuine business challenge. You might decide to work in a small group, come up with an online sales plan, or design a loyalty programme for various generations.

Two case studies from two genuine firms will be provided to you so that you can put your master’s course knowledge to the test.

Rome Business School International Bootcamps experiences

There’s the opportunity to experience an intensive and fully immersive business experience during a week, facing challenges, dealing with managers, students and lecturers, and creating your own project that will be presented at the end of the Bootcamp Experience.

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Rome Business School International Bootcamps experiences

Change your life forever: discover where the World Technology was born and grown. From microprocessors to computers, from browser to social media, from sharing economy to crypto currencies.


The challenge is how to combine creation and management in a luxury house as in all types of companies.

Sup de Luxe welcomes every year more than 500 students from all over the world. Since its creation, the school has enjoyed an undeniable success with its network of 3.500 graduates.

Develop a completely new business idea through the Google Ventures Methodology: The Design Sprint. How innovation and entrepreneurship are leading the change of the global market.

The aim is to mix together contents and network to become leaders in the strategy of your current or future company.

Experience Italy through a native person’s perspective by a cultural exploration and understanding of not only the process of winemaking, but mostly the convivial importance of food and wine.

Don’t miss the opportunity to learn how to do business, generate growth as a socially responsible leader and discover the giant of Africa.

Discover and develop unique opportunities to grow in a dynamic environment with a traditional yet modern approach to business.

Participating in a Bootcamp in London is an extraordinary experience that combines intensive and immersive learning in a urban environment rich in opportunities. The city itself is a melting pot of cultures and innovation, offering a vast network of professionals and leading companies. A Bootcamp in London allows you to gain cutting-edge skills in a cosmopolitan and stimulating atmosphere, preparing you for global work challenges and creating valuable connections for your professional future.

A Bootcamp in China is an extraordinary adventure that immerses you in a country rich in history, culture, and innovation. This intensive journey allows you to acquire top-notch skills, discover new professional perspectives, and create global connections in a setting where the ancient and the modern blend in a unique harmony. Participating in a Bootcamp in China is an extraordinary opportunity for personal and professional growth that will open up new horizons for you.

Your Mentors

An International Leading Team | CAB

The Corporate Advisory Board embodies the spirit of collaboration between the academic world and the real management sphere by becoming one of the key players in the Quality Assurance Process, the process of continuous improvement of the Rome Business School’s range of Management Training programs.

Composed of 103 Leaders, Managers and Professionals from key areas of National and International Businesses, through the Corporate Advisory Board, Rome Business School activates a process of continuously updating its training programs, relying on numerous business interactions and inputs provided by the members of the committee in the annual meetings and discussions with the school.

103 Members
19 CEO and General Management
16 Operations and IT


Highly qualified international university professors, trainers, and business managers who come from a range of operational and professional fields—from merchandiser to lawyer, from entrepreneurship to coach and speaker—hold the Rome Business School’s International Master in Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy Management degree. The educational strategy aims to provide students with the knowledge and abilities that the market currently demands.

Program Director

Eros Manzo

Eros Manzo holds a Master degree in Social Science, He is a Project Manager in EU funded Contracts within the Technical Assistance unit.

He has more than 10 years of experience in planning, management, coordination, monitoring and evaluation of International Development Projects. Well familiar with EU Instrument Pre-Acquis (IPA); European Development Fund (EDF); European Neighborhood and Partnership Instruments (ENPI); Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA) procedures; EU Procurement procedures (PRAG) and other Donors such us World Bank, UN agencies.

He is often involved in creating partnership at international level and maintaining formal and operative agreement. He has extensive program/project cycle management experience for government-funded and private projects covering analysis on relevant donor requirements (e.g., EC Financial Regulation, application and implementation procedures, procurement guidelines).

Valerio Paolini Researcher at the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)

With a PhD in Chemistry, Valerio has been working as a Researcher at the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) for over 10 years, working on research projects and scientific consultancy for the environmental sustainability of biofuels and the recovery of resources in the circular economy. His research field includes the impact of bioenergy and renewable fuels on the atmosphere, with particular attention to biomethane. Other areas of interest include sustainable mobility and recovery of resources from by-products.

Jean-Baptiste Decoppet Energy Analyst at RES4Africa Foundation

Jean-Baptiste has a Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering and a Master's Degree in Energy Management and Sustainability at École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne. He wrote his Master Thesis in Cameroon, trying to identify new solar systems adapted to medical use and select the most suited for rural health facilities. He was Business Development Officer at upOwa, leader in Solar Home Systems distribution and retail in Cameroon. Now he is Energy Analyst at RES4Africa Foundation.

Daniele Guzzo Energy Officer at RES4Africa Foundation

Daniele has a Master in Circular Economy Management at Luiss Business School. He started working for ICU (Istituto per la Cooperazione Universitaria) in 2016, first as Assistant Manager in Finance, then as Project Manager on fostering renewable energy and energy efficiency initiatives in Jordan. Then he was Supply Chain Officer at Médecins Sans Frontières Belgium. Later he worked as Business Analyst at AFRY, leader in engineering, design and advisory services, and as Editor at PuntoZero. Currently he is Access to Energy Officer at RES4Africa Foundation.

Cristina Leonardi Senior-CNR at Ministry of Ecological Transition

Cristina has 20 years of experience in the sector of ambient air quality assessment and management. She started in Environmental Education at Apogeo, then worked as Environmental Consultant at the Italian Ministry for Environment, Land and Sea. She held the same role later at the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) and at Techne Consulting. Now she is Senior Expert for the CNR at the Ministry of Ecological Transition. Starting from 2008, she has also had the opportunity to work as Technical Expert in the Balkan region and to participate to the bilateral cooperation between Montenegro and Italy on environmental issues.

Massimo Marciani Founder & Chairman at FIT Consulting and Freight Leaders Council World Road Association National Road Freight chair

Massimo started as Researcher at TMT Pragma, where he then became Technical Director. Later he worked as Managing Director at Scheidt & Bachmann, one of the world market leaders in innovative system solutions for mobile living. In 2014 he became Co-Director of the Master in Sustainable Mobility at the Link Campus University. Currently he is President Freight Transport WG B4 at World Road Association of Toll Motorways. He is also Member of the Scientific Committee at SOS-LOGistica and at OITA Italia. For 26 years he has been Chairman at FIT Consulting, working as a transport expert for the European Commission, the Italian Ministry and other authorities. He has also been Chairman & Founder at Freight Leaders Council for 4 years. Plus, he is General Secretary and Scientific Technical Committee Coordinator at Observatory T.C.R.

Francesco Petraccl
Francesco Petracchini CNR –IIA - Director

Director of the CNR –IIA is an environmental engineer with a PhD in environmental sciences, he is an expert in air pollution and the management of national and international research projects. He has recently organized an electric zero-emission trip in Italy to discover excellence in the field of renewable energy sources and sustainable mobility. In 2014, he organized the CleanWeb Hackathon Rome for the development of apps related to energy environment and mobility.

Luca Traini​ RES4Africa Foundation - Access2Energy Programme Manager

Luca Traini, Political Scientist and Business Development Expert with experience in sustainable development, energy and water sectors. Currently in RES4Africa Foundation as Access2Energy Programme Manager.  With ten years of experience in an international environment, he had the opportunity to work in European, African and Asian countries as Business Development Expert and in Tanzania as Country Manager. Mr. Traini holds a Master Degree in International Relations.​ 

Fabio Slaviero President and CEO at BIZVY

Fabio has over 30 years of experience. He started as a Technical Support Manager and Product Manager at AISoftware Spa (now Exprivia). He was then Co-Founder and General Manager of Questar. He was also Country Manager at HAHT Commerce Inc (now OpenText), International Business Expert for AVEPA and for AGEA, and Artificial Intelligence Engineer at Archimede srl. In 2000 he Co-Founded Cooperativa Scripta Scrl. Just as well he was Co-Founder and CEO of RedLake Srl and of eSolutions Group Srl. Furthermore, he was International Business Developer and Product Manager at ABACO and International Business Professional at UNDP. Nowadays he is Co-Founder and Deputy President of LSStudio, Independent Business Professional and President and CEO at BIZVY, a consulting company supporting the growth of public and private companies by selecting the financing opportunities that best suit their strategies and policies.

Alessio D'Amato Associate Professor of Economic Policy

Alessio is Associate Professor of Economic Policy at the Department of Economics and Finance, University of Rome Tor Vergata. He is a Member of the SEEDS inter-university research center, as well as President (for the two-year period 2022-23) of the Italian Association of Economists of the Environment and Natural Resources (IAERE). His main areas of interest are determinants of environmental behavior, eco-innovation, economics and environmental policy.

Roberta Montesano Climate Change and Sustainability Engineer at RINA

With a Master in Energetic Engineering, Roberta started as a HVAC Project Engineer at Gnosis Progetti. Later she worked in Energy Efficiency Industry & Decarbonization at ENGIE Italia, and then in Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy at a2a. Currently she is Climate Change and Sustainability Engineer at RINA, a multinational company committed to simplifying complexities with a focus on energy transition, ESG and digitalization. There, she deals with energy audit and assessment for industrial plants and O&G onshore and off-shore sites.

Andrea Micangeli Regional Director at the National Academy of Engineering

With a PhD in Energy and Environment, Andrea is Regional Director at the National Academy of Engineering. He is adj Associate Professor at the State University of New York (from 2016) and University of Rome-Sapienza (from 2001). His research, didactic and development works are based on Energy Community and Renewable EnergyMini Grid, within the Grand Challeges Scholars Program, through the “Field Study Abroad”, and “Micro Grid Academy” experiences. He is the European Director of the "Grand Challenges for Engineering (GCSP)" launched by the US National Academy of Engineering. In 30 years of Renewable Energy activities, he realized more than 80 PPP programs and involved >600 students in Rural Mini Grids. He Co-founded the FS4MGO "Field Study for Mini Grid Optimization" Research-Group, dealing with models and optimization of renewable energy mini-grids.

Stefano Simoncini Research Fellow in Territorial Planning at the University of Molise

Stefano Simoncini is a Research Fellow in Territorial Planning at the University of Molise. After a Specialization in Modern History at the Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, he obtained a PhD in Urban Studies at La Sapienza. He dealt with the history of the city and culture in the modern era, later turning to the study of contemporary urban and social transformations, in particular the relationship between ICT, society and the territory. With a collective of activists and researchers he is developing a collaborative mapping project on Rome.

Andrea Renzulli Program Manager, Policy and Regulations at RES4Africa Foundation

Andrea has a Master's Degree in International Affairs at Université Paris Dauphine. He first worked as Advisor for European Affairs at the Union Française de l'Electricité (UFE). Then he was Junior Consultant at Performances Group, working in Senegal on public utilities restructuring and new strategic growth plan definition. Later he worked as Consultant for Pöyry on market modelling and energy scenarios building for African electricity markets. Subsequently he was Energy Governance Advisor – Power Africa at the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change. Currently he is Program Manager on Policy and Regulations at RES4Africa Foundation.

Paolo Cutrone RES4Med Programme Manager at RES4Africa Foundation

Paolo has a Master of Science in Economics and Management of Public Administrations and International Institutions at Università Bocconi. He first was Collaborator to the Diplomatic Advisor of the Veneto Region. Then, he worked as an Intern for the Consulate General of Italy in Paris, for the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in Italy, and as Research Intern at the United Nations in Geneva. Afterwards, he worked as Senior Analyst at AGICI Finanza d'Impresa and was then Teaching Assistant and Academic Fellow at Università Bocconi. Now he is RES4Med Programme Manager at RES4Africa Foundation. ​

Career and Entrepreneurship Services

Throughout your International Master in Sustainability and Circular Bio Economyyou will be accompanied and supported by our Career Services team. With over 10 years’ experience in education, we help young talents and managers to build their future, guiding them along the path that best suits their capabilities, desires and professional goals.  

To give our students the best support in achieving their professional objectives, we’ve structured our Career Service into two core areas: 

The master is particularly suitable for those who want to pursue a career in the following roles:

  • Urban Planner
  • Energy Manager
  • Project Managers in Sustainability, Renewable Energy & Climate Change
  • Consulting firms; International organizations and NGOs.
  • Policy Analyst
  • Consultant for Environmental Issues
  • Sustainability Advisor
  • Director of NGO
  • Circular Economy Manager
  • Green Business Entrepreneur/Innovator
  • Sustainability Manager

The salary of our students after the completion of our International Master in Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy  increased by an average of 15,7%

Admission process

Rome Business School puts a lot of effort into upholding the highest level of excellence in the courses we offer. Because of this, all applicants must go through and successfully pass a selection process with the following structure in order to ensure the eligibility of the candidates:

Evaluation of credentials
Application Confirmation
Selection Interview

The admissions process’s purpose is to certify a candidate’s eligibility to enrol in the International Master of Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy Management. When evaluating candidates, the academic background, prior experiences in the Master’s programme themes, and motivation will all be taken into account. Following submission, the application will be examined by the Rome Business School’s academic committee. It is critical to include all required documentation in order to ensure the application’s acceptability.

International Master in Sustainability and Circular Bioeconomy Management:

Financial Aid and Scholarships


Payment of the participation fee of

€ 8,900 – October 2024

be made in the following ways:

  • Installments from moments of enrollment (earlier enrollment for more installments)
  • Full Payment with an additional discount of -10%


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 7 different types of scholarships. These partial economic hedges can consist of 6 months of interest-free financing.

  1. Early Enrollment Incentive
  2. Lifelong Learning Scholarship
  3. Academic Excellence Scholarship
  4. Executive Women Scholarship
  5. Entrepreneurial Grant
  6. Better Managers for a Better World Scholarship
  7. 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.


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Student Testimonials

sustainability master student profile
Andrea C.​ - Italy​ Banca Iccrea - Group Sustainability & ESG Strategy​
Within the campus you will have the opportunity to touch different cultures, languages and ideas by hand, from which I have been personally inspired. I cannot fail to mention the excellent work of the Career Service Department and, in particular my tutor Federica Albanese, who accompanied me from the beginning to the end of my academic year, supporting and enduring my needs and thanks to whom I found the job I was looking for in the field of ethical finance. ​ ​
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Eleonora T.​ - Italy​ Capgemini – CQR Engineer​
The experience at RBS is fundamental to acquire the critical skills that will allow me to be alongside companies to support them. in their transition to sustainabile products, processes and practices, in the creation of industrial symbioses that empower them to achieve a circular economy and in the implementation of the new regulations that intergovernmental bodies and governments will enact in the years to come.
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Iva B.​ - Germany Little Leaf Agency – Communication Manager​
I chose to study Master’s in Sustainability and Circular Bio-Economy at RBS as I liked the content and practice-based approach. This field is very new and evolving every day, so it’s important to choose a program that connects you with the experts and helps you set your foot in the industry at an early stage.
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Alessandra S.​ - Italy BASF – Communication Specialist
That it would be a great choice for sure. You will have the chance to learn from the best in the field and, moreover, to grow personally as you will meet and work with people from all over the world.​

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