PWA partners with Rome Business School
PWA – Professional Women’s Association of Rome and Rome Business School have renewed the partnership agreement that allows PWA members to study at RBS with a grant. As one of the most international Italian institutions, Rome Business School is proud to continue to work with PWA exchanging information and expertise, both committed to working for a common objective of performance excellence.
Rome Business School offers Masters, MBAs, and Executive Education training programs, and is also now a member of Planeta Formación y Universidades, an international network created by De Agostini and group Planeta combining diverse teaching and learning methods to respond to the various growing worldwide educational needs. More than 100,00 students of over 114 nationalities connected to talent and knowledge through open, flexible, and useful learning models.
RBS main focus is to bring students, entrepreneurs, managers, and professionals to a level of excellence in their competences and ethical approaches to business and work. Train students to make a difference, reach their objectives and innovate. With an eye always projected towards the future, Rome Business School, in collaboration with PWA, are committed to support and promote the interests of professional women of different nationalities, from diverse cultural backgrounds and environments.
Together, both Rome Business School and PWA believe in sharing information, ideas, and resources to create mutual opportunities always in respect, ethics, and a sense of social responsibility.
Women are at the center of all the activities organized by PWA in collaboration with Rome Business School. Women who understand their passions and strive to transform them into a profession, who have decided to explore and live in another country embracing multicultural diversity as a means of continuous improvement.
Likewise, Rome Business School strives to increase and promote the ratio of women in executive positions and increase gender equality in the workplace. Over 50% of their students are women, many of whom balance their studies with their professional and personal lives.
The collaboration between Rome Business School and PWA wants to support women from various professions at different levels, promoting innovation, and developing new future businesses and networking opportunities. A unique chance not only to establish the two brands but to demonstrate to our students and future professionals that with the right effort and dedication anything is possible and that there are no obstacles between you and your goals.
Therefore, RBS and PWA seek to endorse these efforts with a partnership agreement to provide our members access to the RBS’s Executive Women in Business Grant, which aims to strengthen its students’ ability to realize their executive potential, leadership capacity, and professional aspirations. Executive Women Grant applicants required only to submit a CV upon declaration to apply. The program coordinator will submit the application to the Admissions Committee for final evaluation. Statements of purpose are not required but optional by request of the Program Coordinator.
Each semester Rome Business School will confer a full scholarship to one of the PWA members to participate in an exclusive Executive Education Short Course.
Rome Business Short Courses are thought for businesses and their team members to improve skills and knowledge in a modern business environment, designed to develop professional and personal growth.
PWA members can also benefit from a 10% discount of all the Rome Business School courses and programs, dedicated to Business Development and the acquisition of the latest knowledge in terms of growing techniques and brand awareness.
PWA in collaboration with Rome Business School will organize seminars, conferences, internships, and company visits as well as Professional Shadowing programs where students will be able to stand by a professional for an entire day, a chance to see how she operates and perform her daily activities at work.
The partnership with Rome Business School honors the PWA goal of pursuing women’s empowerment.