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ESCP Europe

MBA in International Management

The MBA in International Management is designed for young professionals, as a full-time intensive general management programme with a strong cross-cultural approach. The last class gathered 97 students from 33 nationalities (38% Europe, 37% Asia, 10% Africa, 15% Asia). It provides connection to the world of business and a solid foundation for an international career along with an enriching personal development experience. Boosting creativity and problem-solving abilities in multicultural teams will prepare students to be future shapers of international business, while creating value for themselves and the companies they create or join.
Other interesting figures: 36% of women vs 64% of men and an average age of 29 years old in the programme.


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Entry Requirement: Bachelor or Master + a minimum of 3 years's work experience (average of 5 years)
Duration: 1 year, full-time
Location: two cities
Semester 1: London, Paris or Turin. Semester 2: Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris or Warsaw
Language: English 
Application: online application + GMAT/GRE/Tage Mage + TOEFL/IELTS or ESCP Europe admission tests
AMBA Accredited

Member of the Conférence des grandes écoles

Replays

24-09-2018

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Intervenants :

  • Veronique Tran - MBA Associate Dean
  • Oliver Madden - MBA student, Class of 2018
  • 00:17

    The Pitch

    01:42

    Have you made any changes to the program since last year?

    03:43

    What’s the international recognition of this degree outside of Europe? Are there any accreditations that guarantee its quality?

    05:10

    What is the balance between experience and theory?

  • 07:04

    How much of the curriculum from the master’s in European Business have you kept in the new MBA in international business?

    09:27

    How much does the campus choice influence your learning experience? And is campus choice competitive?

    11:30

    Is there a quota on the number of admissions? How big are classes?

    13:06

    Three Words Max

  • 14:41

    How do students handle accommodation with all the travel between campuses?

    17:35

    Is it possible to work part-time while doing this program?

    19:20

    What career services does ESCP offer?

    22:34

    Does ESCP have startup investment and support for student entrepreneurs?

  • 25:19

    Do you have any events for networking with MBA students of other schools ?

    28:52

    Russian Roulette

    33:03

    This program is Europe focused. Is it still right for me if I want to work in Asia?

    35:07

    How are the statistics for placements and pay-scales from the first batch of MBA?

  • 37:10

    What specializations do you offer?

    41:24

    What kinds of hands-on projects do we work on as students? Real-world business projects for example?

    45:26

    A Step Sideways

    45:41

    A Step Sideways: If the ESCP MBA in International Management were a film, what kind of film would it be?

  • 46:55

    Is it necessary to have a business education background to apply? I studied philosophy in undergrad.

    48:21

    Is it possible to replace some of the core classes with fundamentals if I have taken and validated similar courses in my bachelor’s?

    49:46

    Hello. In the spring I will have completed year one of an MBA in International Business at another school. Can I apply to transfer to ESCP?

    50:17

    Hello Oliver. What have you liked the best about the program? What have you liked the least?

  • 51:45

    There is a lot of moving in this program! Does ESCP have student housing available to make the transition easier

    52:30

    What about nationalities? What are the percentages people coming from Asia, America, South America, EU?

    53:44

    Are any of the campuses more competitive than the others?

    55:28

    Businesses are keen on this buzz word “soft skills.” How does ESCP approach soft skills?

  • 57:09

    What partnerships do you have with larger companies (ex. Google, Amazon, big consulting firms) for job recruitment?

    57:56

    The Sweetest