Tourism & the Hospitality industries are major economic and social forces throughout the world. The Short Course in Hospitality Management provides a basic foundation in business and management as applied to Tourism & Hospitality with particular emphasis on managerial and entrepreneurial activities such as hotels, restaurants, tour operators, events and conferences-all prime growth areas. Students […]
“Visibilia ex invisibilibus – from the invisible the visible. This motto truly embodies the winning philosophy of the School where new ideas thrive and contribute to teaching each student the importance of being an individual, a visionary capable of nurturing a dream of global proportion and to changing the destiny of the planet”. Elio D’Anna, […]
A few blocks from the banks of the Arno River and the shops of the Ponte Vecchio, sheltered behind large wooden doors on Borgo Santi Apostoli, lies a palace with a simple name: the European School of Economics.
The special commodity or medium that we call money has a long and interesting history. And since we are so dependent on our use of it and so much controlled and motivated by the wish to have more of it or not to lose what we have we may become irrational in thinking about it […]
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 […]
Between Nothingness and Eternity… “The visible world of forms is just an allegory – a symbolism of invisibility, a mediator of the formlessness, a pure metaphor of your Being. It is through form that the abstract, the invisible expresses itself and becomes meaningful. Be constantly vigilant and tirelessly alert, because slipping away from the present […]