“The European school of Economics believes that only the dream of an individual can change the world.
For generations educational institutions around the world have dedicated their every effort towards trying to teach “sustainable development” to the masses without having the smallest result, instead of focusing their work on the individual, on his vision, on his uniqueness.
The slightest change of man’s being moves mountains in the world of events.“
Thespis, Canto & Business Course, Greece
Thespis, a young actor, singer and philosopher, successfully finished his course in business and canto (lyrical singing) at ESE Florence this spring. He has recently started his internship at ‘Festival Torre del Lago Puccini’. One of the most famous opera events in the world is hosted here every summer in the Puccini outdoor theatre, where the famous Italian composer Giacomo Puccini wrote his famous works including ‘Tosca’ and ‘Madame Butterfly’. Thespis will be collaborating with the organisation of various musical and artistic shows and exhibitions at Festival Puccini this summer, thus combining his passion for theatre and lyrical singing with business and management. Read full story
Sara Segat, Entrepreneurial Management and Leadership, Italy
“At the European School of Economics, I was welcomed with the opportunity to meet and be taught by several extremely inspiring, innovative, and well-aﬃrmed professionals in various sectors. Apart from Music Management, I took classes ranging from International to Digital Marketing – both of which, by the way, is something I found out to be not only truly passionate about but also quite capable in – and from more business-oriented subjects (such as Decision-making) to more leadership-focused ones. The Entrepreneurial Management and Leadership class has been, in all probability, the most eye- and mind-opening experience of my entire life, without any exaggeration…” Read full story
Federico, MSc in Finance
“The biggest difference between studying in Italy or Germany, and studying at ESE is the British educational system, which I find extremely satisfactory. The grading system is tougher, but the exams are fair, and most importantly: we don’t just study theory, but we also learn how to apply it in real life. In previous experiences I just learned the theory by heart to perform well on exams, but then you forget most of it. ESE actually wants you to understand the topics and make sure you are able to apply that knowledge to actual business situations. They really focus on you as a person, on your personal development.” Read full story
Cosimo, BSc Student
“The classes I liked most were the second year Operations Management and third year Strategy and Strategic Dilemmas, mainly because of both professors who were very good at explaining the theory with real-life business examples, making it much more dynamic and real. They have a lot of valuable business contacts and connections and an ample experience to learn from. But actually, all professors have been very good, professional and always available, both in class and outside class. Professors are real advisors for internships and job opportunities, that is very valuable…” Read full story
Nohamein Hayal Kassa, BSc, Ethiopia
“When I first arrived at ESE, I was filled with mixed emotions: I was super excited, nervous, happy. I couldn’t express how I felt. It’s a feeling that many college students experience, I would say the “roller coaster feeling” when you are off to college.” Moving to Milan, in a new city with new people; the city of fashion , food , art it was truly an amazing journey of my life. Nevertheless, ESE did not disappoint. ESE was very welcoming. Studying in Milan has been an incredible experience…” Read full story
Niccolò, BSc, Italy
“I really like this type of education: it’s practical and pragmatic. You don’t only study theory, but you learn how to manage real business issues. It helps you to understand how business works in the real world. I also enjoy the type of assignments, which are often projects for written essays or group research. I learn a lot more from them than just from written exams….” Read full story
Barkin Altun, BSc, Turkey
“I am really glad I joined ESE – it offers a truly personal education. Professors help you in directing you towards your career goals and professional dreams, which is significant for young people. When I started my Bachelor degree programme with ESE Florence in September 2017, I had no idea about my future. But meeting the professors, who are themselves business owners and managers, has been helpful in learning more about different options and opportunities…” Read full story
Vladimir Andryukin – Alumni success story
“ESE gave me a wider view on business and taught me how to recognise opportunities and make the most out of them. Being able to transfer between campuses while following the same programme was a great opportunity to travel, meet more people and gain experience. The best thing for me was also the fact that the teachers were active business professionals, so we not only had a chance to discuss theory, but also put it into practice. I remember having intense discussions with a number of lecturers during class, especially in Economics, which gave me confidence and allowed me to better understand the matter. Our questions and opinions were never rejected. Our professors were always up for a conversation and were happy to share their experience…” Read full story
ESE Empowering Talents:
Since our foundation, we believe in cultivating and empowering the true dreamers among the Alumni who choose us: we guide them in their inner journey from the very first step they take in one of our centers, throughout their first internship and even after their academic career comes to an end.
Believing that the true revolution must come from within is the core of our Philosophy and it’s what inspired our LinkedIn Campaign called ESE – EMPOWERING TALENTS.