Short Course in Business of Architecture European School of Economics
This course aims to prepare individuals to bring any sized firm across the threshold of a limited client portfolio into the realm of affluence and predominance. An overview of history reinforced with practical information and a focus on international law, diplomacy and negotiation techniques provide an invincible foundation for further success. Only an pluri-national profession school like ESE can offer. All modules approach subject matter from a global perspective and certificates will be awarded on a pass/fail basis derived from attendance, class participation and juries of your peers. Thanks to ESE’s multinational structure valuable industry contacts will be shared and highlighted on request from areas such as the marble and glass industries, lighting, materials, construction and furnishings.