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.
ESE graduates are among the most competitive business professionals on the market, prepared for leadership roles in international marketing, finance, communication and management. With the ability to individually tailor their course of study, ESE students:
- study abroad with ESE centres worldwide;
- specialise in cutting-edge business sectors, such as fashion, events, music, sport, art, media and human resources among others;
- complete internships, selecting from more than 1500 leading organisations around the world.
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.
Message from Mr Elio D’Anna, President and Founder of the European School of Economics
Where are the leader of business able to face the challenges in front of them?
The job market is asking for young graduate, with international preparation and job experiences, but Italy can offer only unprepared, outdated young people. And they are unprepared not only because they don’t have the faintest idea of what is happening in the world of organizations and works, but also, and above all, because they don’t know who they are. No one helped them feeding and bring up their dream. After years of study without a reason, frightened, they have changed their passion, the happiness of doing what they love, with the false certainty of a permanent job.
During the speech at the ESE Graduation Ceremony in Milan on 12 September 2015, I stated the need to recognise a revolutionary right, a right never sanctioned by a charter or claimed by a manifesto or a movement: “I affirm the right of young people to dream and see their dream come true.”
Getting a job interview and trying to be picked, waiting in line, in antechambers, and trying to find something to do and a boss who will pay you a salary, is below a decent level of dignity. A young person must be able to choose whether or not to create the company in which their career dream will be fulfilled. No one should be put in the condition of accepting a job under duress for a living.
To exercise this right, you must be prepared. You need schools of freedom, international, pragmatic and multicultural schools of economics and politics, which educate a new generation of business leaders, a ruling class of young pragmatic dreamers who can harmonise the apparent age-long antagonisms: economics and ethics, action and contemplation, financial strength and love.