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ESIC Business & Marketing School

ESIC Business & Marketing School

ESIC Business & Marketing School

Introduction

Global MBA - GMBA

ESIC Business & Marketing School (ESIC), in collaboration with Shanghai International Studies University (SISU), and Florida International University Chapman School of Business (FIU), has designed a training experience for globally-focused professionals intended to provide a deep exposure to varied business practices, regulatory and cultural issues, and entrepreneurial environments.

Over a full-time immersion of 18 months participants live, work, learn, and operate in the three continents that represent more than 80% of the world’s economy.

Campus Features

Juan XXIII Campus, Pozuelo de Alarcón - ESIC Business School

A place to prepare for the future, inspired by what is happening today, challenging students to develop their full potential. With an investment of more than 35 million euros, it has a built area of more than 23,600 square meters, 14,000 square meters above ground level, and more than 9,500 square meters of green areas, all designed in a sustainable and environmentally responsible way, with technology as a facilitator in all spaces.

In the new campus, different types of classrooms have been designed for different models and forms of learning, but all of them designed to enhance training. This space houses 40 classrooms with capacity for 25 to 30 people, an auditorium for 300 people, 16 work rooms, five meeting points, and a parking lot with 300 spaces for cars and 60 spaces for bicycles.

    Admissions

    Locations

    • Madrid

      Avda. Juan XXIII, 12. Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid), 28224, Madrid

    • Barcelona

      C/ Marià Cubí, 124, 08021, Barcelona

    • Valencia

      Avda. de Blasco Ibáñez, 55, 46021, Valencia

    • Zaragoza

      Vía Ibérica, 28-34, 50012, Zaragoza

    • Madrid

      Avda. Valdenigrales s/n. Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid), 28223, Madrid

      • Madrid

        Avda. Juan XXIII, 12. Pozuelo de Alarcón (Madrid), 28224, Madrid

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