Rome Business School assures students of continuous professional growth
Speaking at the orientation programme of the newly admitted students for the MBA in Marketing and Communications programme said the course is specially designed to build marketing and communication competencies among managers by enriching them with ethical and value oriented managerial components that could lead to successful business.
He said the core objective of the school is to train individuals to a level of excellence in their chosen fields.
Akanazu added that the school provides flexible learning platforms that allow executives grow their business and organisations.
He said people who passed through their tutelage would not only be able to play part in socio-economic development, but also human capital development. He explained that though the Lagos campus of the school, which is the only campus functions in line with the Rome curriculum, some of its programmes had been tailored to address Nigeria’s societal needs.
He said, “We are committed to training entrepreneurs, managers and professionals to a level of excellence in their competence and their ethical approach to business and work. This will enable Nigeria executives be able to play a part in the development of the economic, humanity and a society more prosperous, fair and respectful of the cultural role of the individual.
“The MBA programme is designed to enable business leaders analyse complex situations and make appropriate strategic recommendations in the area of marketing and communication.
The Rome Business School, Nigeria employs university teachers, company trainers, consultants, managers and entrepreneurs to tutor our students because of their proven experience and skills. The faculty has a strong multi cultural inclination with representative from diverse background and nationality.
He stated that through this programme, students would broaden their horizons, improve their business capability to anticipate and manage small and medium enterprise by reflecting the success of Italy’s business methods.
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