ESEeuropean school of economics studentsEuropean School of Economics, Madrid

The European School of Economics (ESE) is a private College of Higher Education in international business, offering unique bachelor, master, MBA, and certificate programmes at its centres in around the world.

ESE Business School of Madrid offers it’s Undergraduates and post-graduate students a haven of learning that focus on the students’ individual path to attaining their dreams. With a small professor to student ration, ESE Madrid offers a personalized learning experience in a luxurious and high end business neighbourhood in vibrant Madrid, Spain.

ESE's professors come from all over the world and all academic programmes are tailored to fit the needs of students and to ensure they produce competitive international graduates.

European School of Economics Madrid students are the future managers, leaders, and entrepreneurs of contemporary international business. The career opportunities available to ESE students are virtually limitless, with internship placements in countless fields and with organisation located around the world.


The European School of Economics in Madrid is located in Calle Antonio Maura, in the Jerónimos neighborhood, one of the most prestigious and elegant areas in the capital of Spain. Close to the emblematic Puerta de Alcalá and a few meters away  from  the Parque del Retiro, where students can enjoy pleasant walks  even during class breaks.
ESE Madrid offers its students an ideal environment to take training courses that will lead them to the achievement of their individual dreams. Thanks to a training method that favours the formation of compact class sizes, ESE Madrid provides a tailor-made learning experience.

Lecturers from around the world support programmes that will exceed the needs of the students making them aware of the noblest interests, and provide them with insights needed to become the next generation of business leaders. The largest Spanish and European firms collaborate regularly with ESE Madrid for the realisation of a unique internship programme.

Hospitality and tolerance are the distinctive features of the warm and sunny Spaniards, capable of making every tourist feel like a ‘Madrileño’. Known for its restaurants and the ‘movida’, Madrid has meaningful cultural experiences to offer during the day such as visits to world famous museums like ‘El Prado’ and ‘Queen Sofia’ Madrid, cheerful and brimming with life, is the perfect setting for students looking for experience and cultural life which is exciting and constantly evolving.

Student lifestyle

Few words can sum up Madrid.Cosmopolitan lifestyle and delightful sunshine, royal history and active nightlife are the bare essentials. This capital of the Iberian peninsula has given birth to Picasso and the famous Siesta. Participating in the sports fever, with Real Madrid rallying massive support, and scavenging the flea market for bargains are optional.

When the night comes, the clock keeps going: with a vast choice of concerts,theater plays and restaurant venues, Madrid can be counted amongst the cities that never sleep.

Feasting your eyes on manmade works of beauty and charm is always possible. Museo del Prado has the Garden of Earthly Delights by Bosch and Caravaggio’s depiction of David with the Head of Goliath. Pablo Picasso has yet to be forgotten in the Reina Sofia National Museum and Art Centre where his achievements are curated and examined. Goya has his equivalent in the Real Academia de Bella Artes de San Fernando. The Cathedral de la Almudena is where Prince Felipe and Letizia were wed back in 2004 evoking fairy tales and typifying this astounding religious emblem.
Befitting the tradition of monarchical rule, the Royal Palace is also open to the public with the Changing of the Guards ceremony every Wednesday.

Quieter and cooler times can be spent at parks like El Retiro. Picnicking and rowing on the lake and genuine tanning are available. Paseo del Prado is nearby as an urban retreat. Templo de Debod is tucked away in the scenic Cuartel de la Montana Park. The Temple being an Egyptian edifice Spain was given as a gift for saving the Temple of Abu Simbel in Egypt from flooding after the construction of Aswan Dam there. Taste high culture and sophistication at Caixa Forum with its vertical garden. Soak up flamenco dance and music at Corral de la Moreria. Leave Gran Via revitalised and swinging in joy.


European School of Economics, Madrid

Calle Velázquez 57. Bajo Interior
28001 Madrid

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