- 19 Masters
- Private Institution Type
The European School of Economics (ESE) is a Private Business School offering Bachelor's Degree, Masters MSc or MBA, short programmes at its centres in London, Rome, Milan, Florence, Madrid, abroad in the USA and online blended courses.
In today’s competitive job market, young professionals require, more than ever, assistance in the identification of their life goals, and their unique personal and professional dream. ESE students have the opportunity to shape their own destinies through our unique internship placement programme, highly tailored and entirely individualised for each student. ESE internship placements may take place within a variety of business settings, ranging from a flourishing SME to a multinational organisation.
The ESE Student Services Department will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Other centers have student support as well.
The ESE student services office is pleased to assist arriving students in finding appropriate accommodation through our networking system with other students and local real estate agents. Students are encouraged to contact a student counselor at their centre of interest for assistance with the admissions, enrollment and arrival process.
The European School of Economics’ centres are situated in some of the most beautiful settings that Europe: an ultra modern building in a desirable and sought after district of Milan; an amazing 19th century building with private gardens in the very heart of imperial Rome with an impressive view of the Caracalla Baths and close to the Colosseum; the Renaissance Palazzo Rosselli Del Turco in central Florence is just steps away from the Ponte Vecchio and in Madrid's city centre the campus is a picturesque building located in the prestigious Velazquez Street in the Barrio de Salamanca.
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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.