Parents' Guide

At the European School of Economics we believe that parents play a vital role in their sons’ and daughters’ academic and professional development. We welcome and encourage parents to actively participate in the decision process by contacting our admissions office for more information about the bachelor and master degree programmes.

Why choose a private college like the European School of Economics?

ESE believes in education for the individual. Your sons and daughters are unique; they deserve custom-made degree programmes that will address and cultivate their strengths and skills, encourage personal development and, most importantly, empower them to believe in the attainability of their dream.

ESE believes in the development of the whole 'person', preparing young students for entrance into the global environment and the changes that they will encounter there. Yet going global often defies this objective, frequently dividing rather than uniting as a result of its emphasis on short-term profits for the few rather than long-term gain for many. This conflict presents a dilemma to young people - a crack - as they are challenged to confront and find logic in the events taking place around them.

ESE students study hard, travel abroad, complete internships and learn multiple languages, but all of this is accomplished within an atmosphere of trust and cooperation. Throughout this 'learning journey', ESE instils a sense of responsibility in its students. ESE graduates are not only skilled and capable professionals, but also empowered and self-aware individuals.

Alumni voices

Elvera Strydom

"I have an Honours degree in Psychology and was busy with my Masters degree in Research Psychology when I realised that as a creative person I did not want to work with statics and data day in and day out. For this reason I researched for the best educational institute where I can learn more about one of the things I love to do most. I found the ESE online and signed-up for the Event Management...

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