Typology of institution

The Rome Business School is a private international business school, a managerial training and research institute of excellence. Its aim is to play a role in closing the gap between the academic world and the job market by providing managerial training courses suited to convey the knowledge necessary to kick off or develop professional careers or business activities.



Italian Republic and Chamber of Commerce

The Rome Business School is legally recognized and Emblem_of_Italy.svgauthorised by the Italian Republic and Chamber of Commerce to deliver:




UCAM – Universidad Católica de Murcia

Rome Business School Master’s Programmes are accredited by UCAM – Universidad Católica de Murcia which awards the students with 60 university credits (60 ECTS) and double certificate.


European Union

euflagThe 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, with the Participant Identification Code (PIC) n. 937625960.


ISO 9001:2015

The Rome Business School has obtained theIso 9001:2008 ISO 9001:2015 certification, that recognizes the top quality standards of our training activities. The ISO 9001:2015 accreditation recognises that our organization implements the quality systems that provide the foundation for excellent customer satisfaction, staff motivation and continuous improvement.



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The Rome Business School is officially registered as a member of ASFOR. ASFOR is the Italian Association for Management Training, was founded in 1971 and, since then, its primary purpose has been to develop the Italian managerial culture and adapt it, by improving it, to the constant global social and economic changes.



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.



Project Management Institute (PMI)

The Rome Business School is accredited as Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.) at the Project Management Institute (PMI), the world’s largest project management member association.



the European Association for Distance Learning (EADL)

The Rome Business School is accredited as Online Education Provider with the European Association for Distance Learning or EADL; the European association of schools, institutions and individuals working in correspondence and distance education. With members from over 20 European countries.




International recognition and Partnerships

The Rome Business School is in partnerships with the following international academic institutions:

  • Fucape Business School – Brazil
  • Universidade Federal do vale do Sao Francisco- Brazil
  • Strong Educational – Brazil
  • EAE Business School – Spain
  • Belgrade Business School – Serbia
  • Eurasia International Unversity – Armenia
  • Università de Veracruz – Mexico
  • International Institute of Business – Ukraine
  • Ukraine University – Ukraine
  • IECIER Southern federal University – Russia
  • Tblisi State University – Georgia
  • Caucasus University – Georgia
  • JSF Polytechnic – Cameroon

For a full list of or partners please click here


Double Diplomas

The Rome Business School has developed two double diploma programs:

  • Double MBA – Master of Business Administration with University of Rostov (Russia)
  • Double MBA – Master of Business Administration with International Institute of Business – Kiev (Ukraine)

The Rome Business School students who attend these programmes will therefore be awarded both the Diploma of the Rome Business School and the that of the partner institution.


Credit transfer

bologna_process_siteThe growing globalisation and professional mobility has led to a significant increase in students engaging in education across national borders. As a consequence, there is the need for academic institutions, evaluation agencies and employers to be able to assess the value of a particular qualification. A key principle in this process is that decisions on the value of a particular award, programme of study or part thereof are the responsibility of the receiving institution or organisation.

In order to ensure the highest possible standards of credit transfer, the Rome Business School has adopted the guidelines of the European Bologna process system based on ECTS credits.  The Bologna Process is a series of ministerial meetings and agreements between European countries designed to ensure comparability in the standards and quality of higher education qualifications.

Through the Bologna Accords, the process has created the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), in particular under the Lisbon Recognition Convention.


ectsThe European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) is a standard aimed at comparing the study attainments and performances of higher education students across the European Union and other collaborating European countries. For each successfully completed study programme, ECTS credits are awarded. One academic year corresponds to 60 ECTS-credits, that are equivalent to 1,500–1,800 hours of study in all countries, respective of standard or qualification type, and is used to facilitate transfer and progression throughout the Union.

Certificates issued by the Rome Business School have been accepted by Institutions, Business Schools, and Universities of several countries.


International Students

So far the Rome Business School has welcomed international students coming from more than 140 countries of the world.


Opinions about the Rome Business School

The students’ experience and feedback has always been very positive. Please check some of them:

Nikole Eriksen (Denmark)

Gulnaz Sharipova (Russia)

Temitope Jaja (Nigeria)

Katia Ingegneri (Italy)

Other experiences

International organizations talking about us


Southern Federal University (see under “Italy”)


International Institute of Business


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