The ESE Rome Campus gladly hosted today roughly 80 students from Liceo Visconti at the Masterclass on “VR vs AR”, in collaboration with Vrainers, a startup helping companies leverage their business thanks to innovative tools.
The speaker, Matteo Zaralli former ESE student, following a presentation of his reality, compared the two technologies showing their fields of application.
This interactive Masterclass saw the students involved in a group activity that stimulated their creativity and led them to a final challenge with kahoot.
The ESE Milan Campus is pleased to announce the approaching launch of the project “La Cultura Circolare” – The Circular Culture, in collaboration with BAM, Biblioteca degli Alberi. Following a period of filming and elaboration of content, which saw as protagonists some of our students, Saturday, October 9 will take place the first appointment open to the public. The project, driven by the desire of ESE to actively interact with the territories belonging to their campuses, wants to give hope and concrete resources to change the personal and territorial future of the young ones; creating the conditions to ensure that young Italians – especially Milanese – go abroad to expand their knowledge, then returning to make use of their skills.
In another chapter of The European School of Economics – Florence centre’s EX-DUCO Programme – Students Teaching Students, Andrea Carrillo Andrade has become a Salsa teacher for her fellow students.
As her name suggests, Andrea has Latin American origins. She is from Ecuador and has an intense passion for Latin American dance which she discovered when she attended a course at high school. In Ecuador, Latino dance is a fundamental part of the culture and the school used to organize dance courses to compete with other schools.
Ese Florence is proud to continue with the EX-DUCO Programme – Students Teaching Students with its next interesting and dynamic workshop held by Luka Yakymchuk – and supervised by Professor Lorenzo Sciadini- about Design Thinking.
Luka is a current ESE Florence Arts & Culture Management student from Ukraine.
Besides professional activities dedicated to arts, Luka is currently working as a product designer at a Berlin-based startup that delivers solutions for events where he is responsible for users’ experiences and achieving business goals. To do that, he works with stakeholders, business metrics along with user satisfaction, and managing the product growth.
The European School of Economics – Florence centre continues with the EX-DUCO Programme – Students Teaching Students. In addition to the guided meditation classes and Italian classes that started a few weeks ago, we are proud to add a workshop in Art Business to our Ex-Duco schedule now as well.
The workshop was organized by Mario Vitor Sa Marques, one of ESE Florence’s current student from Brazil, who is expert about Art Business.
The topic of the presentation was “What is the Arts – both as a system and as business from a few practical experiences/examples“, based on Will Durant’s quote: “Every Science begins as Philosophy and ends as Art“.
The European School of Economics – Florence centre continues with the EX-DUCO Programme – Students Teaching Students. In addition to the guided meditation classes that started a few weeks ago, we are proud to add Italian class for Beginners to our Ex-Duco schedule now as well.
Ex-Duco means ‘to bring out’ or ‘to lead out’. It forms the basis of ESE’s Philosophy and Mission: to form unique Individuals, each with their own skills, talents and dreams.
Through its extracurricular Ex-Duco activities, ESE wants to go beyond the conventional teaching methods, allowing students to teach each other and exchange skills, knowledge, hobbies, interests, technologies and business ideas.
The European School of Economics – Florence centre proudly announced the new schedule of activities of the EX-DUCO Programme – Students Teaching Students, which started again this week.
Ex Duco means ‘to bring out’ or ‘to lead out’. It forms the basis of ESE’s Philosophy and Mission: to form unique Individuals, each with their own skills, talents and dreams.
Through its extracurricular Ex-duco activities, ESE wants to go beyond the conventional teaching methods, allowing students to teach each other and exchange skills, knowledge, hobbies, interests, technologies and business ideas. Moreover, the programme turns out to be a strong tool for team building among the students.
Today, as a conclusion of our student’s module on Preparation to the Workplace, we were pleased to have as guest lecturer Ms. Vanessa Lancini, People Admin Professional at Deliveroo Italy.
She is a Foreign Languages for International Relations graduate, who made a career shift in HR Management & Labor Studies.
Vanessa taught our students how to best prepare for a work interview, taking into consideration the possible Cognitive Bias that managers can sometimes have, and giving practical tips on how to override them. An interactive class, made of concrete examples and possible scenarios, with a step-by-step framework on being the better version of oneself.
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