Students who wish to study at ESE London and who are not citizens of a country that is a member of the EEA (EU and some additional European countries) must obtain a visa before travelling. More information can be found at UKCISA - UK Council for International Student Affairs - or via the UK Border Agency (UKBA).
If you are a student from outside the European Union (EU), the EEA (Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) or Switzerland, and would like to study at ESE Madrid, in order to stay in Spain legally for more than 90 days, you need to obtain a student residence authorisation, which authorises you to remain in Spain for the duration of your course and allow you to travel within the EU and the countries that have signed agreements with Spain or the EU for the free movement of people.
ESE Florence, ESE Milan and ESE Rome
International students who wish to study at one of ESE's Italian campuses are advised to visit the Embassy in their country to find out what documentation they will need to present to apply for a Visa.
After finishing secondary school, Benedetta Amadi enrolled in the European School of Economics in Milan where, as part of her four year programme, she had the opportunity to complete a six months specialization course at Esmod, a school of fashion design in Paris, followed by an internship of six months in the Burberry press office in London. Benedetta Amadi graduated at ESE after spending...