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 ➤ MBA Rome

Rome Business School’s MBA represents the ideal choice for managers and professionals who wish to acquire advanced and modern competencies in order to excel as responsible leaders in the global business environment.

All the Rome Business School courses feature the highest levels of teaching quality and a scrupulous care for the participants’ needs. The personalized assistance of expert teachers, the wealth of learning materials and the meticulous checking of the learning progress ensure the maximum effectiveness of its post graduate programs

The MBA is targeting all those who wish to acquire the skills and knowledge which will enable them to operate as general managers. Students interested in taking part this MBA are typically:

• professionals interested to pursue a career in general management, either in non-for profit or for profit businesses or as entrepreneurs or managers;

• professionals with a specialist background who wish to acquire general management experience to progress in their careers;

• graduates with at least two years of relevant work experience who wish to consolidate their managerial knowledge;

• Entrepreneurs who wish to develop their skills and competences to grow their businesses internationally

MBA program consists of 10 courses and final project that split into three stages as follows:

Core Courses - provide MBA participants with a solid academic foundation. These courses are common for all MBA participants. (8 courses)
Specialization Courses - allow MBA participants the opportunity to select a specific area of specialization and to develop further knowledge areas (2 courses)
A Final Project - should be submitted in a field of the participant’s choice at the end of the program after completion of the program’s courses. 

The course provides the basic knowledge on the use of accounting and financial information systems for decision making. The module is based on International Accounting Standards (IAS) and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).


The course aims at helping participants to think like economists. To this end, participants will learn the main formulas, frameworks and tools commonly applied in the field of micro and macroeconomics. The topics covered are: demand and supply theory, market structure, production, cost and revenue analysis, inflation, unemployment, fiscal and monetary policy, international trade and finance, economic growth.

Entrepreneurship and Creativity

The focus of this course is on understanding how entrepreneurs create economic and social value by tapping into opportunities. In addition, the course explores entrepreneurial approaches related to how managers act when confronted with complex problems and emerging opportunity situations. In that sense, entrepreneurs provide a useful model for all managers including those of multinational corporations.

Quantitative Business Methods and Decision Techniques

The course provides participants with mathematical formulate for the resolution of business problems. Although main mathematical theories and tools will be reviewed, the module has a predominantly practical scope; namely, to resolve management problems in mathematical terms.

Strategic Management

The course provides an introduction to the theory and practice of international strategic management, from strategic vision to actions. The course aims at familiarizing participants with the paradox of globalization and localisation perspectives, an issue typical of European countries, characterized by a culturally, socially and politically complex market of vast proportions.

Corporate Finance

The module instills the notion of capital budgeting in participants; namely, the analysis of cash flows, risk, and the financial aspects involved in project evaluations. Other important topics covered are debt vs. equity financing and corporate valuation models

Human Resources Management

This course will provide participants with a good understanding of how HRM can be a strategic function present in almost all corporate strategy implementation plans. Traditional phases like selection, recruiting, training or practices such as performance appraisals will be reviewed in order to give participants a good idea of operational HR as well as of the strategic approaches employed by managers today.

Marketing Management

The module will equip participants with the analytical tools that will help them in the task of marketing decision-making. In addition, the course will enable participants to understand marketing as a managerial activity and its relationship with other management functions (operations, logistics, strategy, finance, etc.)

  1. European and Italian Quality Standards – the program is conducted within high framework of quality Italian and European standards of high educational measures of teaching quality that ensure the maximum effectiveness of the programs

  2. 14-months Program and Flexible Schedule

  3. Academic and Professional Balance – between the conceptual framework and practical tools and techniques that are applicable in practical business environment

  4. Professors and Instructors – of both academic background and professional experiences.

  5. Teaching Tools – include practical that enrich learning experience and allowing knowledge to “sink-in”

  6. Diverse Group – from different business sectors which promote group diversity and different perspectives

  7. Affordable Program tuition

  1. Copy of Official University Certificate

  2. Copy of ID or Passport

  3. Application Fee

  4. Applicant Recent CV

  5. 2 recent Photos

  6. Recommendation Letter

  7. Copy of official transcripts (for post graduate certificates/ Diploma obtained)

Authorization, Accreditation, Memberships

Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR)
The Rome Business School has been recognized by the MIUR (Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research) as a research Centre, and is listed in the National Research Registry with the code 61598

Italian Republic and Chamber of Commerce
The Rome Business School is legally recognized and authorized by the Italian Republic and Chamber of Commerce Italian Republic and Chamber of Commerce.


Camera di Commercio Rome
“Management training and consultancy, marketing and communication services, education design, editorial activities by any means; including online publishing, except in the daily press”.

European Union 
The Rome Business School is officially registered as a participant organization of the Education and Culture Directorate-General and the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency of the European Commission, identification Code (PIC) n. 937625960.

ISO 9001:2008 
The Rome Business School has obtained the ISO 9001:2008 certifications, which recognize the top quality standards of our activities. The ISO 9001:2008 accreditation recognizes that our organization implements the quality systems that provide the foundation for excellent customer satisfaction, staff motivation and continuous improvement

The Rome Business School is officially registered as a member of ASFOR. Italian Association for Management Training

European Council for Business Education.(ECBE)
The Rome Business School is officially registered as a member of the European Council for Business Education. ECBE is an international educational organization committed to supporting academic and professional learning institutions in business and related fields.

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