The University of Bologna's Alma Graduate School has announced that it is now offering two scholarships for its MBA Food and Wine program.
Each scholarship is valued at €15,000, and one is specifically for an American student. They are available for the 2014-2015 school year.
The funding is made possible through a partnership with Ferrarelle, the Italian mineral water company.
Alma's MBA Food and Wine program is 12 months long and helps students develop both essential management skills and also covers field-specific topics. Participants take classes ranging from "Corporate Strategy" to "Food and Wine Distribution and Retail."
Admissions for the MBA Food and Wine program are currently open for EU students; the deadline to apply is July 17th.
For more information about the scholarships, please see Alma's press release announcing the launch of the Ferrarelle scholarships. For more about Alma Graduate School, please see its full profile on FIND MBA.