ESCP Business School

Specialised Master in International Project Management

This MS in International Project Management aims to train students for project management and business jobs in an international environment. It provides knowledge on strategic, financial and economic aspects of business management and projects. It insists particularly on the negotiation and working capacities within an international team. This programme prepares for the PMI certificate, 40% of the students are not French, all courses are taught in English, and a one month seminar is scheduled in Asia or South America.
Duration: 1 year
Ranking: Business School #11 in Europe (FT)
Location: Paris, Madrid
Language: English / French
Entry requirement: Master
Selection: academic dossier + TOEIC/TOEFL/IELTS + TAGE-MAGE/GMAT/GRE +interview
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles



The questions

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  • Gérard Naulleau - Scientific Director
  • Shivani Baghel - Alumnus – Promotion 2019
  • 00:26

    The Pitch


    Hi Shivani! Where are you from and why did you choose this programme?


    What are the classes like? Do we do simulations or case studies?


    How are we graded? How important is the thesis part?

  • 09:22

    What kind of internships do people do?


    Hello, you talked about specialisations. When do we have to choose?


    Do we get to choose where to go for the international seminar?


    The Clichés

  • 21:14

    I’m worried about money. Can we work alongside the master? Will the internship be paid?


    What do we do during that month abroad?


    What sort of companies do people work at afterwards?


    What’s an average day and class schedule at ESCP?

  • 31:09

    Final Destination


    Shivani, what was the interview like? Can you remember the questions you were asked?


    Do you accept French students who have done all their studies in France?


    Do all of the professors have experience in the field? Do they work at the same time as lecturing?

  • 39:25

    Extra Time

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