Tuesday, April 24, 2012

JOIN the ALMA MBA PROGRAM IN FOOD and WINE at the University of Bologna (Italy) by Philip S. Kampe


On Wednesday night, 25 April, join the ALMA MBA program through the University of Bologna in an evening presentation and reception at the chic kitchen design showroom, GD CUISINE from 6-8pm at 227 West 17th Street (NYC). Guests and dignitaries will include Marco Caprai, Lou Di Palo and Salvatore Denaro.

The evening will highlight the unique MBA program in Food and Wine from the University of Bologna. Scholarships are available for students who meet the qualifications. The MBA program in Food and Wine is a concentration of the Masters of Business Administration of ALMA Graduate School of the University of Bologna.

The program is a challenging, intensive, 12 month full-time international program taught entirely in English. The curriculum is divided into two main parts: GENERAL MANAGEMENT(core courses) and FOOD and WINE concentration, designed to provide an opportunity for specialization in the gastronomy and enology sector.

The food and wine industries all over the world need smart, outstanding managers to leverage the opportunities in the global market. Italy has developed a specific knowledge in this field, drawing upon its rich tradition and successful practices. The FOOD and WINE concentration is focused on the exclusive knowledge of the most successful Italian enterprises in the gastronomy and enology sector. The University of Bologna develops talented managers to lead the food and wine industry worldwide. Join the evening event and become an MBA candidate in 2012.

For further information, contact Sara Gorelick at sgorelick@colangelopr.com

 PHILIP S. KAMPE





 
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