Never say that ESCP Europe is a French school. Is its name not self-explanatory? With its campuses in 5 European capitals, ESCP affirms its international dimension, but also its urbanism. This 2-year Master in management programme has been designed to fit with holders of a bachelor degree in any field. Twenty specialisations are available (for instance Finance, International Business, and Entrepreneurship) and completed with case studies and seminars. A pre-master year permits students holding a two-year degree to integrate the programme.
Entry requirement: International Bachelor or equivalent Ranking: Master in Management #7 worldwide (FT) Duration: 2/3 years Location: Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid, Torino Selection: academic application + interviews Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles
Thomas ALLANIC - Head of Master in Management Grande Ecole Programme
Annabel MORGAN - 3rd year student at ESCP Europe
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I hold a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics, and I want to know what are the profiles that are relevant to apply to master in management?
What's the main difference between the master in management and the master in European business?
I was wondering what the level of the admissions are. How many people apply and how many actually are selected? Can you also tell me the criteria on which you focus?
When is the choice for the campus made? How difficult is to get the exact campus I want over the 2 years. I heard that choices had to be made, what does it imply?
Can you please enlight on the reality of job opportunities for Non-Europeans in European, given the visa restrictions, and how hard it is for the employer to arrange a working visa for an outsider? Please, share the real scenario.
Is the premaster year open to international students?
Hello. What is the number of places for Indian students?
The question I want to ask is: are all the international mixed with the French or are these separate groups?
Expert question : your DNA is based on the international and multicultural experience you get when coming to your school. The problem is that today, ALL schools have this international experience, with a third of students being international. What is your strength now? How do you stand out?
What are the four international seminars?
How hard for an architect is to get into the MIM program, as it's a totally different background from business. And if once admitted into the program, would it be super hard for an individual to convince the employer of his vision and career path (given most employers look for people with past experience in analytical skills)
Are the student associations open to international students? Is it possible to join them even if I stay only for a semester?
Please tell us more about the ESCP-MIT dual degree program to be launched.
What are the main differences between the Paris, the Berlin and the London campus?
Do you have job fairs in Paris and Berlin? What companies attend?
Tricky question: go on, impress us.
Are admissions the same on all campuses? I want to start in London, not in Paris, where do I apply? Thank you.
It says 44% of students have a dual degree. Does that refer to the French masters at ESCP Europe and another one from the same institution, or dual degrees from other institutions?
What are the accommodation options in ESCP? If there are hostels in campus, what's the main difference between hosted l or some apartment outside the school premises?
Is the interview not too difficult through skype or phone? Can it not be very destabilizing?
How many elective courses can you choose during the specialization year?
You are referring to a personalized track, but how far can go the personalization?
What are the types of Part time jobs we can opt for while doing the MIM course?