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ESCP Europe

Bachelor in Management (BSc)

"3 years - 3 countries - 3 languages". This Bachelor's programme does not hide its international ambition. The programme insists on diversity of cultures, contexts and approaches, thanks to multinational teamwork. This BSc degree combines management science with liberal arts and language training. Students also develop a number of skill sets such as presentation and communication techniques. Alongside group work projects, students will apply their acquired knowledge to two collective projects, working on a range of subjects and events in line with their personal interests. Internships and/or social impact projects also provide the opportunity to put learned concepts and techniques into practice.

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Ranking: Ranked #11 European Business School (FT)
Duration: 3 years
Location: London, Madrid/Paris/Torino, Berlin
Language: English and local language (French, German and Spanish)
Entry Requirement: High School Diploma
Application: online application form + TOEFL/IELTS/Cambridge Advanced English + interview  

Pour regarder la présentation du programme en français, c'est ici !

Replays

2017-10-18

Analysis

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The questions

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Participants:

  • Pr Benjamin VOYER - Academic Director of Undergraduate Studies - ESCP Europe
  • Leon ERNST - Student of the programme
  • 00:16

    The Pitch

    01:24

    Can you explain the difference between this BSc and a BBA, please? Is one better than the other?

    03:48

    Why would this program be better than a similar bachelor at somewhere like LSE or Hult?

    05:19

    Is it possible to work professionally after this BSc, or is one more likely to continue to a master’s program?

  • 07:43

    The program is focused on management but includes other social sciences subjects. What’s the proportion of business-oriented classes to other material?

    10:22

    Since the program is in three different countries, what languages do I absolutely have to speak fluently?

    12:01

    Why is this program only 3 years when most other programs are 4 years?

    12:53

    How do the humanities courses factor into the curriculum and what’s the value? 

  • 15:01

    Three Words Max

    15:57

    Are the courses different between city tracks? Are the specializations specific to tracks?

    16:54

    Could you give us a percentage of the students who have to repeat their year because of their insufficient academic results ?

    18:16

    I'm about to apply to the BSc, am I sure to be able to study in London next year if I ask for this campus?

  • 20:05

    How many students do you take in each year? How many applications do you get?

    22:27

    It’s kind of scary (but exciting!) to do an international program at 18 years old. Are there counseling services available to help with personal support?

    25:01

    Are there any set entry requirements for the program (specifically in terms of grades)?

    27:15

    Will my degree be valid outside the countries I did my studies?

  • 28:23

    What is the ambition of ESCP Europe for future development?

    30:19

    Russian Roulette

    33:22

    How well do we get to know city and culture in just a few months being there? Is there time outside school to socialize and have fun?

    36:54

    Is it easy to find a roommate?

  • 38:19

    What do you mean by “high-profile students”? I’m from a small town in California and would like to do my bachelor’s abroad, but I’m not sure I’m “high-profile.” Is it a program for elites?

    40:25

    Are interviews being carried in English only?

    41:42

    I won’t have my high school diploma until next June. Can I still apply now?

    42:09

    Do you require any entry tests or standardized scores like the American tests SAT or ACT?

  • 43:00

    Moving every year is intriguing but sounds stressful. Does ESCP help us find housing in each city?

    44:40

    A Step Sideways

    44:55

    STEP SIDEWAYS: Three cities in three years? Is this really just an expensive party-hopping Euro-trip disguised to look like university?

    47:17

    How can I get in touch with former students to find out what the "ambience" is like?

  • 49:14

    Are there scholarships and financial aid available? If so, how do I apply?

    51:01

    What kinds of jobs do your students have after the formation? Concrete examples please!

    53:05

    Can you tell me more about the social impact project, please? I’m particularly interested to know about projects that have been conducted outside of Europe.

    55:31

    What is the date of the first sessions?

  • 56:04

    Do I have an advantage for applying to master’s programs at ESCP if I do this bachelor’s there?

    57:41

    The Sweetest