Schellhammer Business School unveils luxurious new campus in Europe


Schellhammer Business School, the first English-speaking business school in southern Spain, has announced the opening of their new campus at the 60-hectare private estate of Valle Romano Golf & Resort in Estepona.

The new campus offers students 4-star quality accommodation, 3 outdoor swimming pools, a gym, paddle tennis courts, restaurant, snack bar, meditation room and even an 18-hole golf course.

“We are proud to unveil our new campus and are confident this can qualify as the sexiest campus in Europe,” says the spokesperson.

Adding that, “with high quality facilities, onsite 4-star quality accommodation, with panoramic sea views and this surrounded by nature, minutes from clean sandy beaches, over 300 days of sunshine per year and perfectly located for a quick weekend trip to the most sought after cultural destinations that southern Spain offers, including Seville, Cadiz, Malaga, Granada and Cordoba, makes our campus unique.”

The new campus is in line with the business school’s innovative philosophy and is sure to enhance the student experience. While most education glorifies the advances of globalization and capitalism but ignores the negative externalities, Schellhammer Business School, one of the pioneers in introducing the Green MBA (focused on sustainability), does not shy away from revealing the consequences of today’s business world and allows all students to explore the challenges that need to be addressed if the planet is to survive the current trends.

From Politics and Hospitality to Entrepreneurship and Media, all programs (at Diploma, Bachelor and Master level) also include modules dedicated to personal growth, understanding human nature as well as practical ones that allow students to visit companies for a real look behind the scenes of today’s business world.

Students from over 43 different nationalities have had the privilege to study at Schellhammer Business School during the past 9 years and the new campus comes just in time for the 2017-2018 academic year that is surpassing all previous records with applications at an all-time high.

All graduates to date, have pursued careers around the globe, from London to New York, and Munich to Zurich, or continued with higher education, mainly at European and US-based institutions, or returned to their home countries to join their family business, while a significant number even embarked upon the adventure of entrepreneurship with their own business startups – ranging from hospitality to recycling and fashion to publishing.