European School of Economics Palace in Florence, Italy

European School of Economics Florence is located in The Palazzo Borgherini-Rosselli del Turco is a Renaissance-style palace located in central Florence, region of Tuscany, Italy. It stands beside the church of Santi Apostoli. The palace was designed by Baccio d’Agnolo. From this palace, in 1529, were expropriated the chests containing panels painted by Jacopo Pontormo for the Borgherini.

The European School of Economics Florence offers a three-year Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree programme (BSc Hons), postgraduate degree programmes like the Master of Science (MSc) and Master in Business Administration (MBA) and a wide range of short certificate courses in 21st century international business sectors like fashion and luxury goods, sports, music industry, event management, film, hospitality and tourism, arts, entrepreneurship, as well as short executive courses in international management, marketing and finance.

All courses at ESE are characterized by close care and attention for the Individual and the personal development of his skills and competences towards the realization of his unique dream.  This new concept in education has been partly taken from the educational model of the old Greeks in which students were encouraged to interact, to actively participate in class and above all to get to know themselves.

To start your educational experience in The European School of Economics contacts us on [email protected]


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