ESCP Europe Business School
Welcome to ESCP Europe Business School
Established in 1819, ESCP Europe is the first business school in the world. With campuses in Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid, Turin and Warsaw, ESCP Europe's true European Identity enables the provision of a unique style of cross-cultural business education and a Global Perspective on international management issues.
Our network of 100 partner universities extends the School’s reach from European to worldwide. Triple-crown accredited (EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB), ESCP Europe welcomes 4,000 students and 5,000 executives from 90 different nations every year, offering them a wide range of general management and specialised programmes (Bachelor, Master, MBA, PhD and Executive Education).
ESCP Europe is frequently top-ranked in the Business Schools in the FT Rankings – #1 in Germany, #1 in Italy, #1 in UK and France, #1 in Spain, #1 in Poland, #4 in the World (Master in Management, 2016), #2 in the World (Master in Finance, 2016) and #11 in the world (World Business School Ranking, 2015). The School's 49,000-strong alumni network counts members from 200 nationalities. Together with its long-standing relationships with national and multinational companies, this network allows ESCP Europe to provide unique career opportunities on an international scale.
Courses and fees
ESCP Europe offers a wide range of general management and specialised programmes (Bachelor, Master, MSc, MBA, PhD and Executive Education).
Some of the programmes we offer are:
- Master in Management
- Bachelor in Management (BSc)
- Master in Management
- MSc in Energy Management
- MSc in Marketing & Creativity
- Master in European Business
- Master in Agribusiness Management
ESCP Europe Business School allows you to study across multiple cities and campuses during your programme. With its six urban campuses in major European cities, students gain unique cross-cultural understanding and experience sought out by employers. Students can also study at one of our 100 international partner universities which extends the School’s reach from European to worldwide.
Each course has its own tuition fees. Please refer to the website for information on fees and scholarships.
Located in West Hampstead, this urban campus in northwest London offers students a haven away from the hustle and bustle of the city. State-of-the-art facilities in a traditional Victorian building make this a unique place to study.
Library and study facilities
The library has an extensive range of resource materials including more than 3,000 journals, research reports and company information. The collection covers all aspects of business and management as well as finance and organisational behaviour.
There are a variety of online resources and software programmes for you to utilise during your studies. A number of open source computers are available for students to use and pioneering simulators like the Trading Room help enhance your learning.
The careers service provides personalised advice which you can access at any time during your studies. The careers service is on-hand to provide: CV, covering letter and application checks, mock assessment centres and interview practice, one-to-one careers advice sessions, company presentations and networking events and an annual careers fair.
There's an on-campus cafe which offers home-made food and fresh produce to keep you going through the day. Restaurants, coffee shops, grocery stores, dry cleaners, pharmacies, book stores and post offices are a short walk from the campus.
At every ESCP Europe campus there is a huge variety of clubs and societies, for the most part run by our entrepreneurial students. From film groups and debating societies to running clubs and rugby, there is sure to be something that piques your interest. If not, grab a few classmates and start one of your own, with the full support of ESCP Europe!
AGORA and Student Union - Elected by students both the Student Union and AGORA, the student council, play important roles within the school. AGORA bridges the gap between the student body and the administration, providing a forum to propose and discuss ideas concerning your life as a student at ESCP Europe. The Student Union organises social events which encourage networking amongst different programmes and year groups.
ESCP Europe doesn't have its own sporting facilities, however its central location means you're ideally placed for several local gyms and sporting facilities.
ESCP Europe strives to attract the best students, regardless of their financial background. As such, the School offers a selection of financial need and merit-based scholarships. Around 400 are awarded every year, representing a total of €1,500,000.
Open daysVisiting ESCP Europe Business School is the best way to find out whether it's the right place for you. During your visit you'll get a taste of life on the London campus and you will be able to talk to members of staff, current students and see where you'll be studying. In addition to this, you can ask staff questions about practical matters like admissions, accommodation, fees and studying abroad. You can book a campus tour, join an online information, attend one of our open days or meet us at a number of postgraduate fairs. Visit our website for more information.
Course dates vary, so visit the website for more information.
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