Executive Master in Project Management Rome Business School

Rome Business School’s Specialized Master in Project Management’s courses are held by highly selected international university professors, trainers and business managers, drawn from a variety of operational and professional fields, from project management to digital entrepreneurship, from high-tech innovation to digital marketing. The teaching approach is aimed at the acquisition of know-how, in order to transfer truly useful competencies for the attendees’ professional development.

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The goal of our Specialized Master in Project Management is to provide participants with the skills necessary to efficiently manage a project with a particular focus on Agile methodologies, so required in the job market. Rome Business School is a member of the Project Management Institute and this specific master prepares students for the exams of the prestigious and globally recognized PMP or CAMP certification.

Aims

With our help, you can create your career strategy through a journey of self-reflection, exploration and results. This program is designed to help you find internships or positions that match your ambitions and expectations. In particular, the master is particularly suitable for those who want to pursue a career in the following roles:

  • Business Development Manager
  • Junior Business Development
  • Operations Management Trainee
  • Digital Transformation Intern
  • Intern Innovation & Digital Transformation
  • R&D Project Management
  • Risk Management
  • Team Leader
  • Project Supervisor
  • HR Project Manager

Each year, Rome Business School presents the Employment Report, a document that collects data on the official results achieved by our students and former students in terms of employment and professional growth following their master’s degree at Rome Business School. The results obtained were possible thanks to the commitment of our students and the incredible professionalism of our Career Services who, with diligence and dedication, were able to direct students towards the desired career path in the world of work.

In particular, according to the most recent statistics:

  • 60% of our students obtain a job offer within 6 months of the end of the master
  • 92% of our students get a job offer at the end of the master
  • 43% of our students have obtained a job position in large multinational companies;
  • 37% of our students are currently successful managers;
  • 72% of the students obtained a salary increase at the end of the master

Our Specialized Master in Project Management successfully blends essential theoretical principles to have an international career with the most advanced modern techniques marked by a practical approach aimed at the digital market.

Captstone Project:

At the end of the path, a group project is envisaged that aims to develop a plan to solve a problem of an existing or fictitious company. 

Methodology: ” Circular Learning ” based on the EFMD Circle for Quality Assurance

By adhering to the highest standards regarding the teaching methodology provided by EFMD, the Master will be taught through interactive lectures, case study analyzes, classroom exercises, discussions, role plays, teamwork exercises, video conferences, business analysis and sessions presentation of students. Case studies will be used to generate discussions and illustrate business problems. Students will be encouraged to read and engage in discussions and debates. The teaching methodology is based on learning by doing, through which teachers implement a student-centered approach, involve students and provide activities that allow students to apply the knowledge acquired.

Cost of the master: Not declared
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                    • Rome - Italy October 1, 2021
                    Provenance Students Worldwide:
                    Total:
                    7
                    Foreigners:
                    30%
                    Profession Teaching Staff:
                    15%
                    University professors
                    50%
                    Professionals
                    30%
                    Consultants/freelancers
                    5%
                    Managers
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