200 Nations, One Education: ESE Foundation Donates 5M Euros in International Scholarship Funds for European School of Economics’ Undergraduate Courses

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The European School of Economics Foundation launches a worldwide initiative that will award one Scholarship Grant per country to students who aspire to access the International Undergraduate Courses offered by The European School of Economics in New York, London, Milan, Rome, Florence and Madrid.

200 Nations, One Education - European School of Economics' Scholarship Grants Initiative

200 Nations, One Education - European School of Economics

European School of Economics Foundation this year wants to reach out for exceptional students worldwide, offering 200 scholarship grants and the opportunity to one student per each country to make their dreams come true at ESE. (Dean Prof. Stefano D'Anna)

The European School of Economics (ESE) http://www.eselondon.ac.uk, along with the European School of Economics Foundation (ESEF), are looking for exceptional international students to be awarded scholarship grants and access to the International Undergraduate Courses offered by the European School of Economics at the ESE Centers in New York, London, Milan, Rome, Florence and Madrid.

The European School of Economics Foundation donated 5 million Euros in scholarship grants allocated to the *200 Nations, One Education* initiative, that will award one student per each of the world’s nations (203 in total), offering to one student per country the opportunity to apply to European School of Economics’ Undergraduate Courses at any of the ESE centers around the world (New York, London, Milan, Rome, Florence, Madrid), with a scholarship grant and support that will cover 50% of the ESE tuition fees for each academic year. Grant applications for the *200 Nations, One Education* initiative must be submitted online before August 1st, 2010.

Professor Stefano D’Anna, Dean of the European School of Economic, commented the reasons behind the *200 Nations, One Education* scholarship grants initiative: “European School of Economics provides international education and an experiential learning environment for passionate, responsible individuals who can bring financial success to organizations, and human development and progress to nations. At the European School of Economics we want these individuals to achieve their dreams and goals in as many nations as possible”. Professor Stefano D’Anna concluded saying: “This is why the European School of Economics Foundation this year wants to reach out for exceptional students worldwide, offering 200 scholarship grants and the opportunity to one student per each country to make their dreams come true at ESE”.

The European School of Economics is a new concept in higher education, a school without borders combining academic excellence, internationality and freedom in educational choices, with ESE degree and certificate programs that are designed to prepare a new generation of pragmatic leaders and entrepreneurs. Undergraduate and post-graduate Alumni of the European School of Economics are among the most competitive business professionals on the market, prepared for leadership roles in international marketing, finance, communication and management. ESE students have the ability and freedom to individually tailor their course of study, studying abroad by selecting the ESE international center of their choice, specializing in cutting-edge business sectors (such as fashion, events, music and sport management, among others) and accessing selected complete internship programs, offered by more than 1,500 leading organizations around the world.

The *200 Nations, One Education* initiative is now officially launched. For more information and to apply online for grant applications visit the European School of Economics’ international website at the address http://www.eselondon.ac.uk/ese-foundation/students-grants/grants-admission-submission.html. Info about the European School of Economics Foundation’s grant initiative is also available at the local UK, Italian and Spanish European School of Economics websites.

About the European School of Economics
The European School of Economics (ESE) is a private College of Higher Education in international business, with educational centers in London, New York, Rome, Milan, Florence and Madrid.
The European School of Economics is a British College of Higher Education and a recognized Educational Institution, accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC), with Undergraduate (BSc & BA Hons) and postgraduate (MSc, MBA) programs validated by the University of Buckingham (UK). More info about ESE are available online at http://www.eselondon.ac.uk.

About the European School of Economics Foundation
The European School of Economics Foundation (ESEF) has been created in 2008 and it is active since then in both Europe and USA as the social and ethical authority leading The European School of Economics.

ESE Press Office (International)
Press representative please contact Mr. Marino Di Filippo for more info and press accreditation to the European School of Economics and the European School of Economics Foundation.
Email: m(dot)difilippo(at)uniese(dot)it
Tel: +39 02 3650 4235

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