ASFOR The Italian Association for Management Training accredited the Rome Business School Executive Master in Marketing and Sales
The Rome Business School's Executive Master in Marketing and Sales is the only one within the marketing specialized category to to be recognized and accredited by ASFOR, the most important Italian Association for Management Training which has as objectives the ones of:
- Qualify the offer of Managerial Training by continuously adapting it to the dynamics of the demand for professional figures, both nationally and internationally;
- Promote the development and spread of managerial and entrepreneurial culture in public and private multinational companies;
- Develop the ethics of the person through high-level entrepreneurial and leadership education;
ASFOR Accreditation for the Executive Master in Marketing and Sales enhances not only the reinforcement but also the legitimization of the the educational product, for solidity of its contents and structure and quality of its faculty and didactic methodologies. During the evaluation process ASFOR focused on the highly professional profile of the lecturers and the excellent quality of the program direction, as well as on the fine structure of the Capstone Project, that allows participants to develop real world Corporate Projects, often related to the business areas that they’ve chosen to study.
The accreditation process has been divided in two main stage of analysis and verification, conduced by the ASFOR assessment commission that carefully evaluated the Master’s attributes and characteristics to suddenly compare them to the Italian Association for Management Training selection standards, which involves: recruitment and student selection, teaching methodologies, teaching process, teaching material, students evaluation systems, quality assurance, teaching certification and experience, student’s guidance and mentoring, program’s quality and organization, Rome Business School’s Campus and location.
The international context in which Rome Business School operates has had a particular influence on the accreditation decisions, as well as its being part of the Planeta Formacion y Universidades group an international network created in 2003 by De Agostini and group Planeta that embodies a strong commitment from both the companies to university education and vocational and lifelong training. This means that more than 100,000 students of over 114 nationalities are being connected to talent and knowledge through open, flexible and useful models. On every level, in different subjects, method, and area.
Through the ASFOR accreditation, Rome Business School not only reaches the highest level of excellence for professional education in Italy in the executive category, but also reaffirms and certifies the impact of managerial training finalized to grow students competences related to the ever changing needs of the global professional market.
"The ASFOR accreditation of our Executive Master in Marketing and Sales make us feel even more proud - says Antonio Ragusa, Dean of Rome Business School. A prestigious result that we have been able to accomplish thanks to a great teamworking activity that allowed Rome Business School to be among the Italian Business School and Institutions which offers the highest levels of business educational programs in Italy. A reward for our constant commitment to provide a service of absolute excellence to students, with the vision of constant improvement that align us to the highest standard of prestige.”
Thanks to the ASFOR accreditation, our Executive Master in Marketing and Sales stands out for the quality of its academic structure, which is as well the key factor for the spreading and strengthening of Managerial Culture without which is impossible to fully understand the complexities of modern businesses.
"An accreditation like ASOFR is synonymous of constant quality and continuous improvement and refinement of the educational offer, attention to details and careful listening to the students needs, according to the ever-growing requests of the Italian and international job market - says Mariella Pugliesi, Director of Didactics of Rome Business School. It is also the result of an intense collaboration with the faculty members, the program director, the students and all the actors involved in the implementation of the higher education project."