Rome Business School and living in Europe ?


Eve1235
Hi!
I have a bachelor in graphic design and I am a professional musicien from Africa, my main goal is to find a job in Europe and live there, I can't do it with my qualifications and I have very limited funds, so I was thinking of doing a Master's degree in Cultural management in Rome Business school then try to find a job in Italy and yes I have a decent Italian and still learning more, what do you think and is there any other alternative ?
Hi!
I have a bachelor in graphic design and I am a professional musicien from Africa, my main goal is to find a job in Europe and live there, I can't do it with my qualifications and I have very limited funds, so I was thinking of doing a Master's degree in Cultural management in Rome Business school then try to find a job in Italy and yes I have a decent Italian and still learning more, what do you think and is there any other alternative ?
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Duncan
An Italian course or a nonprofit university would be better.
An Italian course or a nonprofit university would be better.
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Eve1235
An Italian course or a nonprofit university would be better.

Can I find a job after a language course ? And what are nonprofit universities?
[quote]An Italian course or a nonprofit university would be better. [/quote]
Can I find a job after a language course ? And what are nonprofit universities?
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Duncan
It's very hard to find professional work in any country if you don't speak the business language. Read the post linked on my profile page called Do you need to speak the local language.

Non-profit universities are the vast majority in the developed world. They have their primary aim to educate students rather than to make a profit.

There are very few respected for-profit universities in the world.

Search the board for Rome Business School. It has no respected international accreditation and may not even have the right to issue recognised Italian degrees.
It's very hard to find professional work in any country if you don't speak the business language. Read the post linked on my profile page called Do you need to speak the local language.

Non-profit universities are the vast majority in the developed world. They have their primary aim to educate students rather than to make a profit.

There are very few respected for-profit universities in the world.

Search the board for Rome Business School. It has no respected international accreditation and may not even have the right to issue recognised Italian degrees.
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Duncan
In the past few weeks, Rome Business School has announced that students on some of its programs will get degrees from a young, private Spanish university, UCAM. UCAM was the subject of an Italian controversy several years ago: In 2011, it fast-tracked 37% of the Italian lawyers seeking to benefit from a loophole allowing them to take a Spanish university course rather than the demanding Italian state law exams.
(https://www.laverdad.es/murcia/v/20110215/region/ucam-ayuda-colegiarse-rapida-20110215.html)

UCAN has published a list of the Rome courses it will award:-
(https://www.ucam.edu/universidad/listado-partners/rome-business-school)

Rome Business School continues to not hold respected international accreditation (i.e. AACSB, EQUIS or AMBA) and, since it is not a university-sector institution, cannot issue Italian masters degrees. However, it's a big step forward for such a school to issue degrees from a real state-recognised university, even if it's not one ranked by organisations like THE, QS or the respected business school rankings.

[Edited by Duncan on Dec 31, 2018]

In the past few weeks, Rome Business School has announced that students on some of its programs will get degrees from a young, private Spanish university, UCAM. UCAM was the subject of an Italian controversy several years ago: In 2011, it fast-tracked 37% of the Italian lawyers seeking to benefit from a loophole allowing them to take a Spanish university course rather than the demanding Italian state law exams.
(https://www.laverdad.es/murcia/v/20110215/region/ucam-ayuda-colegiarse-rapida-20110215.html)

UCAN has published a list of the Rome courses it will award:-
(https://www.ucam.edu/universidad/listado-partners/rome-business-school)

Rome Business School continues to not hold respected international accreditation (i.e. AACSB, EQUIS or AMBA) and, since it is not a university-sector institution, cannot issue Italian masters degrees. However, it's a big step forward for such a school to issue degrees from a real state-recognised university, even if it's not one ranked by organisations like THE, QS or the respected business school rankings.
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