Every year Alma Graduate School offers a number of full and partial merit-based scholarships. The School also invests in its students by offering financial assistance, provided by Unicredit, that enables them to begin and pursue their studies without an economic burden.
The Executive MBA courses are scheduled in close sequence to allow participants to concentrate on each individual subject, assuring an effective progression of the course of study.
Each course tipically lasts 6 weeks and begins with a half-day on campus to learn how to use the e-learning platform. Halfway through the course, after about 3 weeks, participants meet on campus for an in-depth examination of the themes studied thus far.
This is followed by three more weeks of online study. During this time, as for the previous three weeks, participants engage in online discussions of the various course topics through the forum assisted by their tutors.
The course ends with a half-day examination whose goal is to verify command of the subject, followed by the beginning of a new course, as well as side programs, such as workshops and other activities.