The Office of Admissions at Rome Business School conducts year-round enrolment for both the March and October intake periods.
Rome Business School receives applications from every country in the world and our student body reflects this diversity with a student population consisting of more than 150 nationalities. Future managers coming from Rome Business School are rich in diverse and international perspectives, experiences, backgrounds, and cultures.
The admission process is designed to identify high quality candidates by highlighting their academic, professional and personal experiences. Applications are not only evaluated based upon achievement but also upon motivation and goal orientation. Motivation Letters are the candidates’ opportunity to clearly demonstrate their goals, aspirations and/or ambitions to the pre-admissions selection committee.
We advise all potential applicants, but in particular international applicants who require visa support, to submit their application at their earliest convenience. Applicants holding residency from non-Schengen area nations are strongly advised to submit their application as early as possible. Furthermore, applicants should confirm with their local Italian embassy or consulate, before applying, all necessary requirements to obtain a Type-D student visa for post graduate study.
If after carefully reviewing our website and program pages, you still have questions or would like clarification, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rome Business School offers partial scholarships to the very best of applicants who demonstrate outstanding academic, professional and/or motivation excellence. As Rome Business School is a private research institution and not a public university, we do not benefit from the funding that enables full scholarship allocation, even to the most outstanding of candidates. Although Rome Business School does not offer full scholarships, partial scholarships are available and combined with full tuition payment discounts of 10% for all programs, up to 30% can be reduced from an outstanding candidate’s tuition.
For more information about Rome Business School’s partial scholarship program, please visit our scholarship page.