Tuesday, November 22, 2005

European School of Economics - Warning

This is a warning to those currently attending or planning to attend the European School of Economics with locations in London and throughout Italy.

An organization is only as good as the people that comprise it. More importantly, it is the people at the top of the organization that set the strategy and represent the basis for the School, what it stands for and what it eventually delivers.

This is why you should carefully evaluate the European School of Economics. The people and the organization at the top should give you cause for concern. There is a spider net of companies that make it difficult to understand the group. These include:

Isman, S.r.l. (aka European School of Economics):

Filed for bankruptcy on 26 March 2003. Officers Arrigo Arrighi, Mrs. Canepa, Stefano D'Anna, Kristine Renee Sharpe and Laura Mogavero all resigned.

European School of Economics (International):

Legal seat in London registered in 2002 with representative Mr. Mosca transfered to Mrs. Mogavero and transfered again to Mr. Mosca (changing at various times between 2003 and 2005). Other seats registered in Rome, Genoa, Lucca, Bologna, Naples, Milan, Trieste, Vicenza, Catania, Bari, and Massa. Although still legally existing it appears to act as a shell.

Insight - World Education Systems Limited:

Registered in London at the same address as ESE International, represented by Kristin Renee Sharpe. Company terminated on 30 May 2002.

European School of Economics - Italia:

First registered in Lucca in 2000 then transfered to Rome represented by Mr. Mosca in 2003, changed to Mrs. Mogavero and then back again to Mr. Mosca in 2004.

The Association of the European School of Economics in France:

Represented by Mr. Mosca, Mr. D'Anna, and Mrs. Mitchell hence changed to Mrs. Mogavero. Closed, bankrupt and under various legal claims.

There are law suits against both the companies and the individuals, though the exact number of these suits in unknown (there is no central registery for suits in the different European countries).

In some casess, the School has claimed the power to issue degrees that they do not possess. In all cases there is reason for concern and for your own independent evaluation.


There are too many better alternatives for your education and your future.