MGS in Italy
European School of Economics – Rome
With an unparalleled history dating back to ancient times, Rome today continues to represent the pinnacle of European beauty and culture, as well as a modern continental centre for communications.
The European School of Economics Rome centre is located at Via della Cordonata, immersed in the very heart of imperial Rome with an impressive view of the Venezia square and a step away from the Colosseum and Fori Imperiali.
The Rome centre offers all the facilities that students may need as they pursue their educational objectives: lecture rooms (classrooms), meeting rooms, study areas, offices, reception area, library and a computer lab. The study area is equipped with computers with internet connection, printers and a photocopier for student use and the centre has a high-tech wireless connection.
The cultural and educational opportunities outside of the classroom are equally exciting and nearly unlimited, including such famous destinations as the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and Michelangelo's Dome for St. Peter’s Basilica, among many, many others.
European School of Economics – Florence
The Florence centre lies in the very heart of the city, just steps away from the Ponte Vecchio, a five-minute walk from the Duomo and Piazza della Signoria, and a ten-minute walk from the railway station Santa Maria Novella.
Florence is significant not only for its revolutionary contribution to arts and architecture, but also as one of the birthplaces of the modern western trade system as a historic centre of trade, finance, and banking. As the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, people have travelled from all over the world to celebrate Florentine art and culture for centuries.
The European School of Economics Florence centre lies in the 16th century Renaissance Palazzo Roselli Del Turco in the very centre of the city. The ESE Florence centre is fully equipped with lecture rooms (classrooms), meeting rooms, a student study area, offices, reception area, library and a computer and has high-tech wireless internet access.
The cultural and educational opportunities offered by the city are enumerable, including destinations such as the famous Uffizi Gallery, Ponte Vecchio and Duomo Cathedal, not to mention the limitless social and cultural activities open to students through the city’s theatres, events and fairs, nightclubs and art galleries.
European School of Economics – Milan
As the symbol of the Italian dream, Milan has traditionally been a city of opportunity, a place where Italians and other Europeans 'make it'. As a world centre for fashion and commerce, Milan exudes creativity, hard work and fun – a reflection of ESE’s philosophy toward education and personal development.
The European School of Economics Milan centre is located in an ultra-modern structure in the heart of zona Tortona. Our School grounds are easily accessible by public transportation. Zona Tortona remains Milan’s most exciting part of the city and at least once or twice a year during the Salone del Mobile e Design and during the Milano Fashion Weeks even the most exciting part of the world.
The ESE Milan centre occupies three floors of a unique modern town building and offers all the facilities that students may need as they pursue their educational objectives: lecture rooms (classrooms), meeting rooms, study areas, offices, reception area, library and a computer lab. The Student Resource Room is equipped with computers with internet connection, printers and a photocopier for student use and the centre has a high-tech wireless connection.
Outside the classroom, Milan has much to offer as well. From the famous Duomo to the relaxing Solari Park, the Design Library and numerous nearby eateries and places for aperitivo or a good night out.