Director of Corporate Relations and Partnerships
+33 1 49 23 24 68
Head of Student Careers
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Head of Corporate Relations & Business Development
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Ramon Rodriguez Aragon
Company Relations Manager
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Company Relations Manager
+39 011 670 58 91
of MiM and MEB students work outside their home country
In-company internships and projects are an essential and mandatory part of each programme. They ensure that participants meet educational objectives to understand how the business world functions. Participants can also apply their skills to real-life situations and develop new competencies.
The European dimension of the School opens horizons, fosters exchange between students of different countries and teaches us to work with them.
As the expansion of the EU accelerates, French businesses deal not only with France but also with Europe as a whole. At ESCP Europe, the international dimension enables us (and especially non-EU students) to understand the world of business at a European level better, giving us a global vision.
This European dimension is a daily reality. I would even say that it is international because the School is open to the world. This internationality, therefore, is essential as it provides us with the tools required to move forward in the "open" world in which we live. To move forward every day in a multicultural environment and also have the opportunity to study in two different countries are real added value, both personally and professionally. Indeed, this is a guarantee of open mindedness, creativity, curiosity and also the capacity to listen to others, which I think are decisive qualities in the world.
Today, we young people cannot stay "stuck" in our comfort zone. The European dimension of the School exposes us to international horizons and encourages open-mindedness and creativity by sharing new ideas. This pushes us forward. The School’s openness to the world, its European dimension and especially the MEB will help me to function better in professional life, not only in France but also in the rest of the world. The environment at ESCP Europe shapes us and gives us the ability to adapt wherever we are; an intellectual curiosity, a positive attitude towards new experiences, a constant desire to innovate and a real respect for others of different cultures.
The concept of Europe as we know it today is one of the most humanist ideas. This humanist aspect and the open-mindedness of the School, among other things, attracted me and made me want to apply. Personally, it was essential to be in such an environment; where ideas are exchanged with ease and nothing is lost of our individuality. On the contrary, this participates in and contributes to the diversity of the School, thereby enriching it.
The international exchanges experienced at the School, as well as the quality of the teaching and faculty, will leave an indelible mark that will enrich my professional and personal life. In addition, its reputation will be a real guarantee of quality, which is vital to my future international career.
One school; six campuses; six European cities: no other business school offers this multicultural aspect. It is precisely this dimension that gave me the opportunity to settle first in London and then Paris. This enabled me to discover cultures different to mine so much more deeply; to have enriching experiences at all levels; to discover new passions; and, above all, new facets of my own personality.