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ESCP Europe

ESCP Europe Executive MBA

No. 10 worldwide, no. 1 for Aims Achieved, no. 2 for Career Progress with an average 62% increase in salary, and no. 3 for International Course Experience (2017 Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking), ESCP Europe Executive MBA is taught on 5 European campuses (Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Turin), as well as in Beirut at sister school ESA. This part-time programme (18 to 36 months) consists of 9 Core Courses,10 Electives, 5 International Seminars and 1 International Consulting Project. The GMP can be attended as a stand-alone programme and allows you to progress to the full EMBA curriculum within 30 months or 36 months (starting with the Blended GMP).
Accreditations: AMBA, EQUIS, AACSB
Length of the cursus: 18 to 36 months, part-time or distance learning (starting with the Blended GMP)
Location of tracks: Itinerant (rotating between the 5 european Campuses: Paris, Berlin, London, Berlin and Turin)
Paris, Berlin-London, Turin, Beirut
Language: English for all tracks
Starts in: January and September for the Itinerant and Paris tracks, January for all the other tracks, May for path starting with the Blended GMP
Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles




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Les questions

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Intervenants :

  • Stefan Schmid - Academic Dean of the ESCP Europe Executive MBA Programme and Academic Dean Executive Education Berlin Campus
  • Catherine Gaudry - International Business Director at Scholz & Friends
  • 00:17

    The Corporate Speech


    I don’t really have the experience of working in English. Would this be a problem for me in the Exec MBA?


    How is the program organized?


    Hello. I would like to know more about why you chose this particular Executive MBA at ESCP Europe. Thanks!

  • 17:21

    Are there many French students in the program?


    The Expert Question


    The Expert Question: Doing an Executive MBA while continuing to work is complicated. Doing an executive MBA unemployed is also difficult. So, what’s the best time?


    When I was in university I did not do any courses in Finance. Is this a problem? What’s the level of difficulty of your finance courses?

  • 31:38

    I’m really interested in the Itinerant Track. I would like to know what types of profiles do this format. Is the organization complicated?


    Is there a good atmosphere in the classroom? Can Catherine tell us about her own experience?


    The Tie-less Time


    The Tie-less Time: “Take a break” to become the “leader of tomorrow…” Aren’t you tired of saying the same thing as all the other Executive MBA directors in the world?

  • 41:29

    At 35 years old, how do I know if I should do an MBA or an Executive MBA? Thank you.


    What are the 5 international seminars mentioned on your site?


    Is there any benefit to just doing the General Management Program?


    You say that 70% of participants are financed in part by their companies. How can I convince my to help finance this training for me?

  • 51:07

    How can we get scholarships offered by ESCP? I am a woman (women leaders) and an entrepreneur (entrepreneurs scholarship). Thank you.


    Are you satisfied with your return on investment from this Executive MBA?



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