The 3-month programme in Entrepreneurship’s main objective is to develop participants entrepreneurial skills, mindset and behaviour. The modules are designed for those wanting to utilise and further explore their own creative potential aiming for self-development and growth. The modules are based on case study methodology and interactive team-work activities. Planning, risk analysis, creativity, innovation, presenting a business idea are some of the important areas.
KEY FEATURES OF THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAMME:
• Three intakes per academic year: January, April, September • 3 months course + optional 3-6 months internship • 4 study modules • Workshops, guest lectures, company visits and extracurricular activities • Compact class sizes
Upon successful completion of the programme, participants may opt to take a 3-6 month internship, tailored to their profile and career objectives. The ESE Internship department will conduct an assessment to evaluate the individual student’s eligibility for an internship and assist them in finding a suitable position.*
* Visa regulations permitting
Working in collaboration with more than fifteen hundred leading international companies, including some of FORTUNE’S 100 Best Companies to Work For, the European School of Economics offers one of the most competitive university internship programmes available today.
Entrance to the ESE Short Course programmes requires the Completion of the Online Application form and submission of the following documents to the Admissions Office at the ESE centre of interest:
• Last academic certificate • Resume’ / CV (including reference to all previous education) • Personal Statement if not attached to the application form • Good command of the English language (IELTS/TOEFL scores are a plus) • Photocopy of Passport/ ID document • Four photographs (passport-sized)
In order to ensure a unique learning experience and a low student to professor ratio, no more than 20 students will be admitted into this programme.
Milan, Rome, Florence and Madrid Campuses Short Course
Registration: € 600,00
Tuition: € 6.400,00
Internship (optional): € 1.000,00
London Campus Short Course
Registration: £ 600,00
Tuition: £ 6.400,00
Internship (optional): £ 1.000,00
ESE has a rolling admissions system and as such there is no deadline for applications for a particular intake. However, given the limited number of places on the programme, we recommend that you present your application as early as possible.
The scholarship awarded by ESE is a partial deduction from the tuition fee where each student profile is considered individually, based on both the academic merit and need of the applicant. It is therefore important that scholarship applications provide a complete profile of the student’s personal, professional and/or academic merits.
To apply for the ESE Scholarship students must complete the scholarship application form and send it together with the application form and personal documents, including a financial statement.
For more information about the scholarship, please contact the ESE centre of interest.
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