- 5 Bachelors
- Private Institution Type
A school without borders, the European School of Economics is a new concept in higher education. Combining academic excellence, internationality and a pragmatism, the ESE degree and certificate programmes are designed to prepare a new generation of leaders and entrepreneurs.
ESE offers Bachelor’s Degree, Masters MSc or MBA and Short programmes at its centres in London, Rome, Milan, Florence.
The mission of the European School of Economics (ESE) is to guide its participants to the discovery and the realisation their professional dreams through the building of an individual and formative path composed of study, theory and field experience. The ESE combines its insightful approach and firm grasp on the job market to look after every aspect of your career: from the entry level and development to advancement and goal realisation.
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ESE encourages students to contact our student counselors at each ESE centre directly for more personalised assistance in identifying the most appropriate course and any additional assistance that may be required during the application process.
ESE student services at each centre is pleased to assist arriving students in finding appropriate accommodation through our networking system with other students and local real estate agents.
ESE students will have the unique opportunity of being able to pursue their study programme in any of the ESE campuses, whether London, Milan, Florence, Rome, or Madrid and to transfer between campuses on a per term or per year basis, experiencing the same programme in multiple international contexts and cultures.
When I first found out about the European School of Economics I was a bit skeptical because it was one of the few English taught schools in Florence and I was not sure how good it was. My parents insisted - even though it was out of our cost league - to give it a shot. I was not looking for such an inspirational school. I am now surrounded by very talented and driven...
The university I attended had an international environment which I loved but the school overall had a lack of organization even as a small school, they could improve management and educational resources.