April 11, 2014 · 5:30 PM
The Alma Graduate School - the business school of the University of Bologna - will host a special free event at Eataly to highlight the university’s Food and Wine MBA program. The 12-month English language MBA program offers a unique concentration in Food and Wine.
The opening cocktail hour will include Roman-Born Eataly Chef Adam Weisell preparing food in the open kitchen as you arrive. The presentation is meant to introduce the new edition of the program, answer questions and give information about the financial aid options. Guests will learn about the program from industry panelists including:
• Ludovica Leone, MBA Food and Wine Director,
Alma Graduate School
• Antonio Paco Giuliani, Asst. Professor of
Entrepreneurship, University of Illinois
• Luke Saunders, CEO and Founder, Farmer’s Fridge
• Maurizio Fiori, Founding Partner, Half Acre Beer
The presentation will be followed by cocktails and hors d’oeurves including traditional Italian delicacies such as artisanal cured meats & cheeses, eggplant Parmigiana and housemade Eataly bread.
Thanks to an agreement between Alma Graduate School and Ferrarelle, a leading Italian mineral water brand, two partial scholarships for MBA Food and Wine prospective students will be available for €15,000, one of which is reserved for an American student.
While the event is free, space is limited.
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