European School of Economics Offers Real Career Opportunities Thanks to its Innovative International Placement / Internship Program

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The European School of Economics offers International internship and career opportunities to its students at the ESE Centers of New York, London, Rome, Milan and Lucca (Florence).

Internship Programs at ESE - Press release

This vision has brought ESE to dedicate ourselves to a new breed of men and women that will excel and stand out in today's world of business and politics as courageous, sincere leaders able to harmonize the antagonisms of economics and ethics, emotion and reason, financial power and love in the new post-industrial era.

After recently announcing the release of a new generation of Graduate Courses that complement European School of Economics' offer of classic MBA, Masters in Finance, Management and Marketing, the International business school announced today the inclusion of new career opportunities within the School's International Internship Program.

European School of Economics (ESE) allows students from all over the world to join the ever-improving quality of education and career opportunities provided by the unique ESE learning environment.

The excellence of the faculty, the innovative programs, the International environment and the unique placement/internship program, a compulsory step for all students of ESE Masters, make the European School of Economics a cutting edge business school, a status confirmed by one of the highest graduate employment rate in Europe for ESE Alumni.

The comprehensive placement program offered by European School of Economics, which includes Internships opportunities provided by more than 1,500 leading International companies including some of Fortune's Best Companies to Work For, is one of the key benefits for which students choose ESE, as the Program allows all ESE students to be recruited by top companies during their internship and even before their graduation.

Yasmina Noll, a German student who recently completed a Marketing MBA at ESE Milan, and is now interning at the Marketing Department of Cartier in Milan, comments on the ESE Internship Program: "At ESE I found myself immediately surrounded by professional lecturers and a good atmosphere, making friends, gaining experience, and seeing my dreams come true. I was able to explore the real world by studying internationally and without frontiers, and working for multinational companies up-to-date with the economic and social issues of world affairs". She adds: "I enjoyed every day at the ESE as each and every one brought new perspectives and valuable ideas beneficial for my career and my life as an individual".

Several ESE students, in addition to Yasmina, are currently being employed at some of the most important companies operating in the areas of finance, fashion, and automotive, such as Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs, General Electric, Chrysler, Gucci and Best Western, while a large number of students finds every year in-company training and internship opportunities within companies participating to the ESE Internship Program such as, beside of Cartier, CNN, EMI Music, Twentieth Century Fox, Guggenheim Museums, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Unilever, Procter & Gamble, and ONU, among others. A full list of the companies ESE works with can be found on the European School of Economics' website.

European School of Economics focuses on new frontiers of business such as finance, marketing, music, film production, television management, sports, fashion, politics, foreign affairs, the entertainment industry and the Arts - all areas where ethics and aesthetics are becoming the new cornerstones of society, according to ESE philosophy and educational model.

To fully understand the philosophy of the European School of Economics, Professor Stefano D'Anna, Dean of the School, quotes in his book The School for Gods "The European School of Economics dreamed of a revolution... the birth of a new man, an original being; irreplaceable, free from prejudice and fear, capable of harmonizing the age-old apparent antagonisms between Economy and Ethics, Action and Contemplation, Financial Power and Love."

Professor D'Anna adds: "This vision has brought ESE to dedicate ourselves to a new breed of men and women that will excel and stand out in today's world of business and politics as courageous, sincere leaders able to harmonize the antagonisms of economics and ethics, emotion and reason, financial power and love in the new post-industrial era."

More information on MBAs and Graduate Courses at ESE, and on the International Internship Program offered by the European School of Economics are available at the ESE website and through the contact info here below.

About European School of Economics

The European School of Economics is a private institution offering unique undergraduate and graduate programs at ESE Centers in London (UK), New York (US), Rome, Milan, and Lucca (Florence, Italy).

MBA and Undergraduate degrees offered by the European School of Economics are accredited by the University of Buckingham, one of the top UK higher education institutions which emerged as Britain's top university for students according to an independent survey published on the Times Higher Education Supplement last August 2006.

The ESE mission is to prepare a new generation of leaders with a unique combination of marketable skills. European School of Economics commits to this goal by providing quality, practical experience in an environment committed to academic excellence and the development of individual moral qualities through creative, student-centered programs of study, and working with more than 1,500 leading International companies to offer one of the most comprehensive International student placement programs in the world.

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For press contacts please get in touch with European School of Economics' Italian Press Office in Milan by calling +39 02 3650 4610, or sending an email to


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