Since its creation in 1965 by the Religious Congregation of the Priests of the Heart of Jesus (Repairing Parents), it has invested all its efforts in the training for students of good professionals and managers for companies.

ESIC is one of the first business schools created in Spain and is a pioneer in Marketing training. It was born before the need for professionals and students to complete their training in this area.

Today, ESIC’s educational offer goes beyond marketing. In its Madrid and Valencia campus, ESIC offers the educational offer in the areas of:

  • Marketing
  • Trade and international business
  • Logistics
  • Digital Business
  • Communication & Advertising
  • Trade and sales
  • Digital Economy
  • Human Resources
  • Management and Management
  • Finance

on both undergraduate and postgraduate level.

In the field of university education, ESIC is currently a centre affiliated in Madrid with the Rey Juan Carlos University and in Valencia with the Miguel Hernández University.

ESIC is distributed throughout 12 campuses in Spain with strategic alliances in 4 continents; it has more than 50,000 alumni, who constitute the largest network of business managers and marketing in Europe, as well as a faculty of professors of academic profile and close connections to the business world.

Collegiate Aravaca Madrid and Collegiate Marina Real offer students at ESIC’s Madrid and Valencia campuses student accommodation that is close close to their university, with exceptional on-site facilities and outstanding design, to ensure their student years are some of the best in their life .

From on-site cinemas, roof terraces and exclusive dinner party rooms to quiet libraries and residents’ club lounges, Collegiate’s premium student accommodation delivers everything you need (and didn’t realise you needed), ensuring your university experience is enriched with the finer things in life.

In Madrid, you will easily get to the ESIC campus using public transport; metro ligero is little more than 3 minutes from your student residence.

You will also have excellent connections to the city center through urban buses line 160 y 161 (Moncloa), or Cercanías RENFE (Príncipe Pío-Atocha).

If you’re on a night out, don’t worry, there are direct night buses from Moncloa to your student accommodation at Collegiate Aravaca Madrid, N-901.

In Valencia, you can easily get to the ESIC campus from Collegiate Marina Real by metro, line 5; Maritim-Serrería station is just a 2 minute walk from your student residence.