The United States of Europe are the natural consequence of the growth and development of a European consciousness. Being European doesn't mean to occupy a certain geographic area in Europe. > Being European means thinking as a European, living in a country with > European beliefs and traditions, and feeling as a European. > Being European is an inside out process which means to develop in each citizen a European consciousness - an inner sense of European patriotism - a conscious, eternal idea of a united nation called "Europe".
There is a quintessential reason for our presence in this metropolis and one that relates closely to the synergies that have made ESE international business studies school so popular: Milan city dreams.
As the symbol of the Italian dream, Milan had traditionally been a city of opportunity, a place where Italians and other Europeans 'make it'.
As a world centre for fashion and commerce, Milan exudes creativity, hard work and fun - a reflection of ESE philosophy toward education and personal development.
The European School of Economics Milan centre is located in a ultra modern structure in the heart of zona Tortona.
Our school grounds are easily accessible by both public transportation and metro. We are located directly on the Green Metro Line (M3) at the “Porta Genova” metro stop, just a few stops from Milan’s Duomo and 3 stops from Cadorna station.
Zona Tortona remains Milan’s most exciting part of the city and at least once or twice a year during the Salone del Mobile and Design and Milano Fashion weeks, even the most exciting part of the world.
The area of Via Tortona is being totally redeveloped, with former industrial buildings being bought and converted into studios by fashion and design people: this has produced an upgrading of the area into a desirable, sought after district and has also led to a new night life for it.
After the requalification of Zona Tortona, important companies started to populate this zone, such as Deloitte, Armani, Zegna, Hugo Boss, Kenzo, Gucci, Diesel, Della Valle, etc. Several valorization projects have been realized by great architecture studios, such as Tadao Ando, David Chipperfield, Antonio Citterio, Mario Cucinella, Matteo Thun.
Via Tortona, 27
20144 Milan - Italy
Tel: + 39 02 365 04 235
Fax: + 39 02 365 04 236