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Global M.B.A.

Complete Your Global M.B.A. in Rome, Italy

Did you know that you can complete part of your Global M.B.A. degree at St. John’s University’s Rome, Italy campus? In Rome we offer part of our M.B.A. program, allowing M.B.A. students the opportunity and the flexibility to study at the different campuses and experience the different cultures of Rome and New York City.

At the Rome Campus, our graduate students will have the opportunity to complete their M.B.A. in a learning environment that promotes interaction among the students and with the faculty, given the intimate size of the campus and the small class sizes. Led by faculty who encourage research, understanding and the resolution of current issues that face our governments and corporations, St. John’s graduates achieve success because they are trained to work and collaborate in a team-oriented environment. Just as organizations employ teams of individuals to seek solutions to problems, the Global M.B.A. program in Rome follows an approach that fosters teamwork to examine, investigate and solve today’s pressing issues. This method sharpens skills used to persuade, encourage and motivate others.

The Global M.B.A. curriculum offers concentrations in International Business and Marketing Management. The students have opportunities to participate in local internships with private businesses or with a number of international organizations that are based in Rome.

Global M.B.A. students have the option of full-time or part-time study. The courses, which are offered in the evenings from Monday – Thursday, allow working professionals and students participating in internships, the possibility to complete the M.B.A. program on a part-time schedule.

Rome Campus Graduate Newsletter

Download the spring 2016 issue

About The Rome Campus

Established in the Eternal City in 1995, the Peter J. Tobin College of Business offers students a rewarding international educational experience. Rome is the center of government, politics, international organizations and multinational corporations. As a cultural capital, the city proposes countless opportunities to explore the arts, including opera, music, theater and ballet. Its museums, churches and piazzas are world renowned. In 2008, a new state-of-the-art campus was inaugurated in the historical area of Prati.

For additional information, please contact:

Dru Allyson Burtz
Director/Assistant Dean
Tel: +011 39-06-393-842
Toll Free Number in Italy (800) 971-736
U.S. Telephone Number: 212-815-9216 ext. 2

Linda Sama, Ph.D.
Associate Dean, Office of Global Initiatives

Lina M Cajiao-Quiroz
Coordinator, Office of Global Initiatives