Applications FAQ

Yes, you may apply for conditional admission into any of the ESE programmes, if you are in the process of completing the required high school or university degree. Upon graduation from your current institution you may send us a copy of your diploma to finalise your enrolment in the ESE programme.

Yes, ESE bachelor, master, MBA, certificate and short course programmes typically commence in September and January with some starting dates in April as well. Contact the centre of interest to find out about course starting dates.

No, it is always a good idea to submit an application early. ESE practices rolling admissions, and therefore accepts applications for review throughout the academic year on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Yes, you may apply for conditional admission into any of the ESE programmes, if you are in the process of completing the required TOEFL or IELTS English proficiency exam. Upon completion of the exam you may send us a copy of your exam report to finalise your enrolment in the ESE programme.

 

No, students that have attend an institution for at least three years where the language of tuition was English are not required to submit the TOELF or IELTS exam.

Yes, upon approval from the academic direction. The six ESE centres exist to provide students with an opportunity to move and enjoy a wide range of experiences both academically and culturally. We are pleased to find and assist students that wish to take full advantage of this opportunity.

Yes, students wishing to transfer should apply following the same entrance requirements as regularly applying students, including their college transcript with their application form.

ESE is registered with NARIC – The National Recognition Information Centre – which is the National Agency providing the only official source of comparison information and advice on international education and training systems and overseas skills and qualifications. Using this NARIC ESE carefully analyses transcripts and transfers are under specific direction of the Academic Director.

ESE has a high percentage of students who are recalled from the company of their internship and many of our graduates usually find employment within 6-months of graduation.

Yes. For more information please read the European School of Economic’s Scholarship Policy, found here.

No, we do not have housing; however, the ESE student services at each centre is pleased to assist arriving students in finding appropriate accommodation through our networking system with other students and local real estate agents.

Students will receive their official letter of enrolment once they have fully enrolled in the course, and will take this letter to the nearest embassy relative to the ESE centre of attendance for their student visa application. We will be happy to help student should they require any additional documentation or assistance

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