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.