Do Only What You Love!
The ESE educational philosophy not only assists students in identifying a career path, but also encourages them to have the courage to follow a dream and passion – whether it be for the sports industry, finance, fashion events, travel, communications, or any other area. The undergraduate specialisations and short course programmes have been especially designed to offer students specialised training within a range of cutting edge business fields. The ESE internship programme, open to bachelor, master and ESE short courses students, is a critical competitive factor for achieving hands-on experience in a field of special interest.
ESE students are the future managers, leaders, and entrepreneurs of contemporary international business. The career opportunities available to ESE students are vast, with internship placements in countless fields and with organisations located around the world. ESE has established collaborations 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 placement programmes available today, with many students being offered positions before graduation.
The ESE centres provide students with a dynamic and challenging international learning environment, with students originating from more than 60 nations, and the ability to move between the centres in London, New York, Madrid, Rome, Milan and Florence.
The Bachelor (BSc, BBA) and Master (MSc and MBA) degree programmes at the European School of Economics are validated by the University of Buckingham, valid for recognition throughout Europe. Furthermore, in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 the University of Buckingham was the highest ranked University by British students in the Higher Education and Funding Council of England’s (Hefce) National Student Survey, and is the only independent university in the United Kingdom.
I began my professional career in a Accounting firm in Tuscany, where I am still on the Board of Directors. Later I decided to change my road and moved my career toward the marketing and communication sector from which I felt attracted. Changing direction often requires a lot of time and with no doubts a lot of determination. When I finally decided to look for what I really desired to do in my...