During your time at Rome Business School, you will be taking the next important step on your career ladder. Our goal is to help our students build a solid path towards a succesful career and professional future; in order to accomplish that we don’t just provide them with a top-class training, but also granting them the support and assistance of Rome Business School Career Services. From the very beginning of an academic programme through all the process until graduation, we help you choose the right professional area to direct your interest and efforts, and prepare you to effectively face nowaday’s job market.
With our help, you can create your career strategy via a 3 steps journey of self questioning, exploration, and achievements. This program is designed to help you in finding internships or positions in line with your ambitions and expectations:
Your journey towards a satisfying future career begins with self-discovery. There are many paths before you, and together we can find the right one to follow by assessing your skills, strenghts, interests, values and personality. We encourage students to attend a workshop to learn more about the process of CV writing and, afterwards, to benefit of our one-to-one Career Services individual meeting. A session on the specifics of the job market will also be part of this first phase to help you understand all of your possibilities in Italy and abroad.
The aim of this second phase is to prepare students for the competitive recruitment processes. Students are given tools to define both strategies and objectives: who they are and what they want professionally as a turning point from which to approach the market. An online presence helps to build your professional brand and allows employers and recruiters to find you when searching for talent, while the workshop on ‘how to handle different types of interviews’ will help you refine your skills, provide a confidence boost for candidates as well as practical tips relating to interview questions, answers, and techniques.
The third and final phase of the service is mainly focused on networking activities to enhance the student’s professional visibility. Networking is a give – and – take process that involves making connections, sharing information and asking questions. It is a way of learning how to relate to others. Company meetings, RBS Talent Focus Initiative, Mock Interview Day among others will provide the perfect occasions to put in practice what you have learnt during the Career Services workshops and may lead you to rewarding employment prospects.