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Dec 12, 2018 at 12:00am ET By Alyssa Walker

Looking for an advanced business degree abroad? Europe may be just the place for you. Its size offers boundless opportunity, but it’s easy to navigate with many possibilities for exploration. You will find some of the globe’s biggest economic centres in addition to receiving a world-class education.

Let’s take a look at Europe’s appeal for business students -- and one school that offers it all.

As a continent, it’s both big and small

How so? Well, for starters, this relatively small continent has 51 countries, each with their own history, culture, art, music, food, architecture… the list goes on. There’s a lot of diversity in a relatively small geographic area.

Within the European Union, you can travel easily, too. Crossing borders, mingling with other international students, and traveling to some of the coolest places on the planet is all at your fingertips.

Not only that, you can get a sense of how business works across the continent, too.

It is good for your CV

Looking for a way to top up that resume or CV? You can’t go wrong with studying business in Europe. With some of the world’s finest business schools, any company that sees you studied business in Europe for an business degree will likely snap you up in a minute.

It shows you are interested, engaged, curious, and willing to take a risk and study outside of what you know -- all good qualities in a business leader.

The world-class education

Europe offers some of the finest universities in the world, bar none. Cross-border agreements have contributed to a strong international academic community. From research to practical application, studying business in Europe will leave you with some of the most diverse, useful skills in the field.

Some of the world’s biggest economic centres

London, Paris, Madrid, Berlin, Brussels, Rome, Milan, Munich, Barcelona, Vienna, Oslo, Copenhagen, Stockholm -- and the list isn’t even complete.

Cities in the UK, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Austria, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, and Belgium are not only some of Europe’s top earners, they are also international hubs of business, culture, history, and the arts.

As a business student in Europe, you will not only have access to these amazing places, you will have the opportunity to develop an understanding of how some of the world’s biggest economic centres work together.

A truly European school: European School of Economics

The European School of Economics, or ESE, has it all. With five centers across the continent and one in the US -- Florence, Milan, Rome, London, Madrid, and New York -- ESE offers something for everyone.

Visionaries and Leaders

ESE helps aspiring business students realize their dreams of becoming visionary and pragmatic business leaders.

Their unique approach, with the student at the core of every program, allows students to practice real-life business skills in a hands-on, supportive environment.

Last year in an interview with Pro Learning Centre , Elio D’Anna, Founder and President of ESE, said, “ESE dedicates particular care and attention to each and every student. It has developed an educational system that places the individual at the core of its activity. From day one, lecturers and tutors guide students to focus on the achievement of his/her professional goals by creating tailor-made courses of study designed to orchestrate in-class learning with hands-on work experience.”

The core mission of the school? D’Anna said, “the aim to educate men and women towards self-discovery and inner responsibility.”

Programs

ESE offers a BSc in Business Administration, an MBA, and Master’s degrees in Finance, Management, and Marketing. All students have the chance to study their desired interest areas, participate in the international internship placement program, and complete a final dissertation or business project.

Join international students from all over the world in ESE’s small, tailor-made classes. ESE also offers options for full- and part-time study. The end result is graduates who can think, analyze, reflect, and connect personally and professionally in the business world.

Ready to study and practise business in Europe? Learn more about ESE today!

Alyssa Walker is a freelance writer, educator, and nonprofit consultant. She lives in the White Mountains of New Hampshire with her family.

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