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The school for gods

“I dreamed of a school that teaches that the Dream is the most real thing there is, that economy is the Art of Dreaming and that only an Individual Revolution will be able to turn poverty into prosperity, adversity into opportunity and fear into love.” This is the manifesto of the economist, philosopher, and artist Elio D’Anna, founder of the European School of Economics. Over the past thirty years, the institution has followed the dream of a revolutionary educational model, a school of being able to overturn the traditional education system, cultivating the art of the dream. “All the knowledge, theories and methods from outside can be starting points needed, but should be soon abandoned for a higher source of understanding” Continues D’Anna “It’s time to ignore all teachings, ideologies and disciplines, all books, all your ideas and the ones of others, any word spoken or written, and finally plunge into the depths of Being to find what has always belonged to you, the true source of each discipline: the Will”. ESE programs are designed to amplify students’ potential through specific modules and learning activities, exploring themes of happiness, creative idleness, and the inner economy. The learning model does not stop at a simple academic preparation in the principles of economics, management, marketing, or finance: the goal of ESE is the development of the “Inner Being”, to take care of oneself, others, the whole world, and the future. In this vision there is no such thing as any conquests of man, be it economic, social, or scientific, that has not been preceded by an inner one. And likewise, the scientific knowledge of a nation, as well as its well-being and the maturity of its institutions are a reflection of its level of consciousness, its ideas, and the richness of its values, the strength, and nature of its convictions. The ESE main pillars are based on these assumptions: a wide range of study programs entirely in English validated by the University of Chichester (UK); the opportunity to take advantage of an extraordinary international intra-campus experience (six centers to

choose from: Milan, Florence, Rome, Madrid, London, and New York); an international Faculty made up of entrepreneurs and professionals from various sectors; and again, curricular internships in leading global companies, which accompany the students into the workplace, anticipating their placement.

An innovative project, which well represents the school’s motto “visibilia ex invisibilibus” (true knowledge comes from within) is ExDuco: an opportunity for ESE students to show their talents and share skills with their classmates, becoming teachers for a day. ESE believes that all our students have the knowledge to teach to and learn from their peers, and that is why the EX DUCO program allows to identify students’ strong points and give them a chance to experience being a lecturer, speaking to an audience, and having to present what they can do best. Dreamers come to ESE, the School for Gods. A place fostering the leaders of tomorrow, where education is a journey of personal and professional discovery. In ESE Dreams are as much part of the curriculum as any other subjects. “You cannot change the world without changing yourself” concludes D’Anna “and when you’re able to do it you will realize that it is not possible or necessary to change others: this individual revolution is the European School of Economics”.

Elio D’Anna awarded with the prestigious “Murano’s Award 2019”

VENICE – 2019

ESE Founder and President, Elio D’Anna, was awarded with the prestigious “Murano’s Award 2019” for the lifetime achivement of his illustrious career in music, arts and literature.

It’s a great honor for our institution to have such an inspiring Founder and we are happy to celebrate this incredible achievement of his artistic career.

In the pictures: Elio at the @belairfineart_official in Forte dei Marmi, collecting the beautiful Murano glass statue made by artist Massimiliano Schiavon and the @schiavonart_team . read more

Zambia student – first recipient of the scholarship by ESE and Justina Mutale Foundation

ESE Founder and President Elio D’Anna with first year student Miss Lubona Chibwa at ESE Florence. Underlining ESE’s commitment to making a unique educational experience accessible for all accepted students, Lubona comes from Zambia and is the first recipient of the scholarship offered by ESE through the Justina Mutale Foundation.

The Justina Mutale Scholarship Programme is an Africa-wide initiative which aims to provide opportunities to academically talented young African women from underprivileged backgrounds in Africa, to pursue higher education at overseas institutions of learning around the world. read more

Pasaporte al Conocimiento

Si el conocimiento español tuviera su propia balanza comercial, las exportaciones de formación superarían ampliamente a las importaciones en estos momentos. Tanto los alumnos como las escuelas de negocios ponen el foco en la internacionalización como vía de escape al estancamiento que vive España. En este contexto, muchas instituciones desarrollan el concepto multicampus, una idea que permite a los estudiantes pasear su mochila de conocimiento por diferentes países gracias a los acuerdos entre escuelas o a través de la apertura de nuevos centros. read more

Carreras novedosas: diferenciarse o morir

El sector de la comunicación corporativa y el protocolo ha experimentado una gran evolución en 10s últimos años, adquiriendo una importancia cada vez mayor en las organizaciones. La Universidad Europea lanza un grado en protocolo y organización de eventos que pretende formar profesionales cualificados para diseñar, supervisar y dirigir este tipo de acciones de comunicación”.

El cambio de modelo ha provocado que de 140 títulos oficiales hayamos pasado a 1.980 enseñanzas de grado activas (y 2464 aprobadas por el Consejo de Universidades). Y ha permitido que aparezcan estudios que suenan a nuevo. read more

Puerta al empleo

España es el país europeo que recibe el mayor número de estudiantes Erasmus y el elegido por muchos jóvenes procedentes de Latinoamérica que valoran la cercanía cultural o buscan obtener un titulo Bolonia que les permita acceder profesionalmente a la Unión Europea, pero también empieza a ser un destino muy demandado por estudiantes asiáticos, sobre todo chinos, interesados en el idioma y en la conexión con el sur del continente americano. Más de 950.000 jóvenes extranjeros se matricularon en España durante el curso pasado, tanto en centros públicos como privados, según el portal Study in Spain, una iniciativa impulsada por Turespaña y el Icex en la que también participan el Ministerio de Educación y el Instituto Cervantes cuya finalidad es potenciar el turismo de estudios y proporciona: información útil para los estudiantes extranjeros. read more