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Bachelor in Management (BSc)
An undergraduate programme for high achieving students who aspire to top international careers

 

The Bachelor in Management Highlights

A unique opportunity to experience intercultural management first-hand by living and studying in three different countries over three years

  • Study each year in a different campus, without having to compromise on academic excellence
  • Experience intercultural management first-hand
  • Unique interdisciplinary programme combining management, liberal arts and languages
  • Compulsory internships and/or social impact projects
  • Personal development workshops to improve your study, research and communication skills
  • Study entirely in English or take some classes in French, German or Spanish
  • Gain or improve proficiency in an additional two languages

 

Programme Objectives
Challenge yourself intellectually and acquire skills for a top international career

Learning about Business Management in a Cross-cultural context

During the course of this three-year, three-country programme, you will truly get to know and understand diverse cultures and approaches to management – both through your multi-campus travel and the experience of working with your international peers.
By the conclusion of the Bachelor, you will have acquired the necessary background and knowledge in management, economics, and law, complemented by the fundamentals of maths, accounting and statistics. All modules have been chosen to provide you with a solid foundation for a career in business across a range of different industry sectors and management domains.

Working as a team with people all over the world

You develop presentation, communication and research skills, as well as gaining fluency in several languages.
Group work and collective projects are an integral part of the programme, allowing you to gain insights into working as a team with people all over the world, both face-to-face and digital technology.

Learning about Liberal Arts and Humanities

The inclusion of liberal arts and humanities modules (e.g. Psychology and Sociology) will give you an important understanding of business in a wider context, to think outside the box and develop different ways of thinking.

Bringing concepts to life

We believe that theory is nothing without practice, so internships and social impact projects provide the opportunity for you to bring your learned concepts and techniques to life.
The Bachelor thesis brings the programme to a close, consolidating the past three years of learning and working in a multicultural environment and preparing you for the next steps in their career, be it in postgraduate study or graduate work opportunities.

Virginia BENAZZO (Italy) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Testimonial

Virginia BENAZZO (Italy)
Track: London – Turin – Berlin

 

"I like the fact that all the students come from different countries and thus everyone has various backgrounds and experiences; ESCP Europe is a very international school, which gives the opportunity to hear and learn regarding other cultures, which is also done thanks to the chance to students to study in three different countries. Moreover, I do enjoy the course, especially business thanks to the fact that students can listen in the same semester to various professors, each of them focused and specialised in the topic of their lecture."

 

Degree Awards

Bachelor of Science in Management programme following international standards. Fully compliant with the EU Bologna process.

  • Visa (Bac+3) of the French Ministry of Higher Education Research and Innovation (MESRI) in France

 

Key Features

  • Small group pedagogy allowing for in-class interactivity and regular face-to-face time with top international faculty.
  • Multinational teamwork and development of intercultural skills highly appreciated by employers.
  • Practical real-life cases and business simulations to prepare you for your first steps into the corporate world.
  • In-depth development of presentation and communication skills, as well as written competencies.
  • Collective projects to trigger student-led initiatives, developing creativity and entrepreneurial spirit.
  • Internships and social projects facilitated by our strong links to the corporate and institutional worlds, providing you valuable professional experiences.
Shaan LEGROS (USA) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Testimonial

Shaan LEGROS (USA)
Track: London – Madrid – Berlin

 

"I love ESCP Europe because of its diversity. You can't get this international exposure at any other school. Not only do I get to learn about different people's cultures, I also get to practice my language skills with everyone. Another great thing about the program is that we get to study in three different countries, which will help us stand out in the future. I’m looking forward to living in Madrid and Berlin, and I’m hoping to get prestigious internships during summer breaks."

Bachelor Blog - Life at ESCP Europe - Bachelor in Management (BSc)

Bachelor Blog

Life at ESCP Europe

Currently in our 4th year of recruiting exceptional students, it is a very exciting time for the Bachelor in Management (BSc) at ESCP Europe. Read more about the programme, including informative articles, videos from our current students and other snippets of info about upcoming events at the School.

Bachelor in Management (BSc)
Curriculum
3 years, 3 countries, 3 languages

The Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme consists of six semesters with a total of 180 ECTS credits. Students live and study in a different city each year, experiencing three distinct countries and cultures.

Please note that students may only study in Paris once.

Overview
First Year

London, Paris
or Beijing*
*Partner campus


Language requirements:

  • English

Overview
Second Year

Madrid, Paris
or Turin


Language requirements:

  • Madrid (English and Spanish - B1 minimum)
  • Turin (English)
  • Paris (English and French - B1 minimum)

Overview
Third Year

Berlin
or Paris


Language requirements:

  • Berlin (English and optional classes in German)
  • Paris (French - C1 minimum): Work and Study track

Languages

Languages form an important part of ESCP Europe's Bachelor programme, with the aim being that all our students speak three languages (including their mother tongue) upon graduation.

To make this possible, we provide in-class and digital language courses that are adapted to each student's level during the three years.

During the first year all courses are taught in English. During the second semester of the second year, some courses in Madrid and Paris will be taught in Spanish and French respectively; all courses offered in Turin are in English. In the third year some of the elective courses will be offered in German, with the option of selecting electives taught in English.

This offers our students the flexibility to study according to their preferences, whilst developing proficiency in other languages.

Academic Courses

First Year
- 60 ECTS

Management, Economics & Law Modules
  • Introduction to European Business Administration and Organisations
  • Financial and Managerial Accounting 1
  • Micro-Economics
  • European Institutions and Comparative Political Systems
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics 1
  • Statistics and Probability
Liberal Arts & Humanities Modules
  • Introduction to Psychology and Sociology
  • International Relations and European & World History
Languages & Personal Skills Modules
  • Presentation, Discussion and Rhetoric Skills
  • Computer Skills
  • Languages
Collective Projects, Internships
  • Collective Project 1
  • Internship – 8 weeks (optional)

Second Year
- 60 ECTS

Management, Economics & Law Modules
  • Finance
  • Financial and Managerial Accounting 2
  • Marketing
  • Macro-Economics
  • Contract and Business Law in Europe
  • International and European Business Law and Taxation
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics 2
  • Advanced Statistical Methods
Liberal Arts & Humanities Modules
  • Key Scientific and Technological Issues in Business
Languages & Personal Skills Modules
  • Intercultural Skills
  • Languages
Collective Projects, Internships
  • Collective Project 2
  • Internship or Social Impact Project – 12 weeks

Third Year
- 60 ECTS

Management, Economics & Law Modules
  • Strategy and International Management
  • Operations Management and Business Information Systems
  • CSR and Business Ethics
  • Management Elective Courses
  • International Economics
Liberal Arts & Humanities Modules
  • Liberal Arts Elective Courses
Languages & Personal Skills Modules
  • Academic Writing Skills
  • Languages
Collective Projects, Internships
  • Business Game
  • Internship – 12 weeks
  • Bachelor Thesis
Anastasia BOLSHEVA (Russia) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Testimonial

Anastasia BOLSHEVA (Russia)
Track: London – Turin – Berlin

 

"The Bachelor at ESCP Europe gives you opportunities to compare different fields of business and see what you like the most. Moreover, due to the small number of students, you can actually learn much more and perform better, also it improves the interaction with professors."

 

Internships

Each student is required to complete at least two internships, one of which can be replaced by a social impact project.
  • First Year:
    Internship – 8 weeks (optional)
  • Second Year:
    Internship or Social Impact Project – 12 weeks
  • Third Year:
    Internship – 12 weeks

We believe that theory is nothing without practice. This is why we incorporate internships within every programme at ESCP Europe, bringing theory to life and ensuring students get essential experience through a range of companies and organisations.
Our Careers Service provides support and advice in the student's internship search; however, as part of the learning experience, students are expected to take the lead in sourcing and applying for vacant positions.

Examples of companies and organisations offering internships to our students

  • Automotive: BMW, Daimler, Fiat, Ford, Renault, Volkswagen
  • Banking & Finance: ABN Amro, AXA, BNP Paribas, Central European Bank, CSFB, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, HSBC, Société Générale, Santander, UBS
  • Consulting: Accenture, AT Kearney, Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, Capgemini, Ernst & Young, KPMG, Lexington Consulting, McKinsey & Company, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Roland Berger
  • Cosmetics & Luxury Brands: Beiersdorf, Bulgari, Estée Lauder, Hermès, Inditex-Zara, L’Oréal, LVMH
  • E-commerce & IT: IBM, Intel, Movistar-Telefónica, Schlumberger,T-Mobile, Orange, AOL, Google, Apple
  • Electrics & Engineering: Arcelor Mittal. Bosch, EADS, General Electric, Siemens
  • Energy & Chemicals: BP, Cognis, Henkel, Shell, Repsol, YPF, Total
  • Food & Beverages: Danone, Ferrero, Kraft, Lavazza. Martini & Rossi
  • Marketing & Communication: ACNielsen, Addison Corporate, Emap Communication, GTI Specialist Publishers, IMG Artists, Saatchi & Saatchi, The Media Trust, Universal McCann
  • NGO: Oxfam, Médecins du Monde
  • Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare: GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Siemens Medical Solutions
Brigitta VILMOS (Hungary) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Testimonial

Brigitta VILMOS (Hungary)
Track: London – Turin – Berlin

 

"I very much enjoy the multicultural exposure I experience while studying every year at a different campus in a different country together with students from many different nations. Besides studying a broad spectrum of management related courses with many group projects, this international background, together with courses in interpersonal and intercultural skills give us an advantage in today’s competitive job market where employers value the ability of co-operation and teamwork. These skills have proven to be of great value during my consulting internship in the summer as I indeed could profit from what we learned in psychology, communication and interpersonal skills, making collaboration so much easier."

 

Social Impact Project

At the end of the 2nd year, students can opt to apply their theoretical knowledge to a real-life social impact project instead of completing a professional internship.

The option is designed to encourage students to reflect upon pressing social problems, such as poverty and access to basic needs, and focuses on the growing realisation that sustainable social impact can best be achieved by applying creative management solutions.
Students may even take part in social and humanitarian missions abroad, e.g. helping to build schools in under-developed countries or to develop social businesses.

Guillaume DANLOY (Belgium) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Testimonial

Guillaume DANLOY (Belgium)
Track: London – Madrid – Berlin

 

"One of the great aspects of this programme is that we aren’t only facing theoretical courses but many practical ones. According to me, this is key to preparing ourselves for our future business lives."

 

Thesis

The Bachelor thesis is a further opportunity for students to enhance the learning and skills gained from the programme and deepen both knowledge and understanding of their chosen field in management.

Students select a research topic of particular interest for analysis. Recommendations are prepared using clear, logical argumentation and drawing upon original desk research, interviews or a case study carried out during their assignment. Each thesis project is supervised and guided by a member of Faculty or expert in the relevant field. Students are encouraged to pick a topic of personal interest or one highly relevant to their future career plan. The thesis can be written in English, German, French, Italian or Spanish, and is guided by faculty in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Turin - again reflecting the international dimension of the programme.

 


Beijing (partner campus)

Logo Tsinghua University, partner of ESCP Europe Bachelor

Students will have the option to start their first year at Tsinghua University and then complete their second and third years on ESCP Europe campuses. Courses taught at Tsinghua will be similar to those taught at ESCP Europe, but slightly adapted to an Asian environment. The classes are taught in English; however a Chinese proficiency equivalent to HSK1 level is required for non-Chinese students.

China is an important player in the global economy, being the world's second largest economic power. Tsinghua University is one of the best universities in the world (ranked 1st in China and 3rd in Asia by QS). As a European school, ESCP Europe has chosen to develop a Chinese/European programme that fits perfectly with its internationalisation strategy and its mission to produce future global leaders

Bachelor Blog - Life at ESCP Europe - Bachelor in Management (BSc)

Bachelor Blog

Life at ESCP Europe

Currently in our 4th year of recruiting exceptional students, it is a very exciting time for the Bachelor in Management (BSc) at ESCP Europe. Read more about the programme, including informative articles, videos from our current students and other snippets of info about upcoming events at the School.

Bachelor in Management (BSc)
Contact a Student Ambassador There is no greater way to understand the benefit of something than to ask someone who has gone before you.

Our Bachelor in Management (BSc) Student Ambassadors are here to help.

Whether you want to learn more about the programme, find out about the social life, have worries about accommodation or the challenges of moving countries – they are here to answer any questions you may have!

Read a little about each Student Ambassador in their profile below, then email them directly.

Maarten Beckx

Maarten Beckx – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
Dutch, English and French
Track
London – Paris – Berlin

 

Went to high school in a city close to Antwerp, Belgium called Hoogstraten where I followed the science & mathematics pathway. Last year, I also did a university Foundation year in Cambridge that helped to choose the best university to suit me, the result was ESCP Europe.

The school is really international with people from America to China. I personally love making friends that are from different backgrounds and cultures as this so interesting to learn new and exciting things from around the world. Also, the school has a really high ranking so the lectures and seminars are very satisfying and I learn new things every day. Furthermore, the fact that you are in three major cities of Europe gives you a really unique experience that will be unforgettable.

Contact Maarten

Virginia Benazzo

Virginia Benazzo – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
Italian, English, French (B1/B2), Spanish (A1/A2)
Track
London – Turin – Berlin

 

I am from Italy, more precisely from Pavia, a city close to Milan, where I lived and studied till the age of fifteen. After attending the first two years of secondary school in a Humanistic High School (studying mainly literature, Greek and Latin), I moved to a boarding school in England.  I attended Felsted School for two years, where I had the opportunity to do the International Baccalaureate, in which I focused more on scientific subjects such as mathematics, biology and chemistry (I also studied Italian, English and Economics). In the last few years, moreover, I had the chance to do working experience in various fields as well as to improve my level of English and learn French.

I like the fact that all the students come from different countries and thus everyone has various backgrounds and experiences; ESCP is a very international school, which gives the opportunity to hear and learn regarding other cultures, which is also done thanks to the chance to students to study in three different countries.   Moreover, I do enjoy the course, especially business thanks to the fact that students can listen in the same semester to various professors, each of them focused and specialised in the topic of their lecture.

Contact Virginia

Allegra Bermond Des Ambrois

Allegra Bermond Des Ambrois – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
Italian, English, French (intermediate), German (intermediate)
Track
London-Turin-Berlin

 

I am from Turin, in Italy. I’ve studied my whole life in Turin except one year in California, next to Sacramento during the academic year of 2014-2016. There, I was a senior in high school and then I came back to Italy and got the high school diploma in my Italian school.

First of all, I like the international environment; having the chance to make friends from literally all over the world is a great opportunity. Also, the classes and the topics that are being carried are really interesting and challenging as well. So far I had a lot of fun while studying and working in groups and I strongly hope and believe that it will keep being this way.

Contact Allegra

Anastasia Bolsheva

Anastasia Bolsheva – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
Russian, English
Track
London - Turin – Berlin

 

I am from Russia but I used to live in Latvia for 2 years and studied there in a high school.

It gives you opportunities to compare different fields of business and see what you like the most. Moreover, due to the small number of students, you can actually learn much more and perform better, also it improves the interaction with professors.

Contact Anastasia

Paulina Christa

Paulina Astrid Christa – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
Polish, English, German (intermediate), Russian (beginner)
Track
 London-Turin-Berlin

 

I'm from Lodz, Poland. I studied film in the UK for one year before deciding to make a change to business management.

ESCP Europe gives us great opportunity to travel and live in different places.

Contact Paulina

Herman Chung

Herman (Hon Man) Chung – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English, German
Track
London – Turin – Berlin

 

I was born in Hong Kong, China. I lived in Hong Kong for most of my childhood, around 9 years. Afterwards, I moved to North Carolina, USA. I studied there for 4 years, before moving to Heidelberg, Germany and finishing my high school there. 5 years later, I’ve somehow ended up in London.

The international nature of the course and the school is one of my favourite aspects of ESCP Europe. Everybody here has a different background and it leads to completely different and fascinating stories to tell and listen to. At the same time, this is what brings people together. Everyone is international and can relate to some of the same experiences.

Contact Herman

Guillaume Danloy

Guillaume Danloy – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
French, English, Spanish
Track
London – Madrid – Berlin

 

I am a Belgian student, and have had the chance to discover different countries throughout my childhood. I have travelled from Belgium to Luxembourg, going to London up to 7 years old and then moved to Paris for 9 years after leaving my suitcase open now in Luxembourg.

One of the great aspects of this programme is that we aren’t only facing theoretical courses but many practical ones. According to me, this is key to preparing ourselves for our future business lives. In addition, the travelling process of 3 years and 3 countries is a real opportunity for shaping our future, whether it be our relationships or our experience.

Contact Guillaume

Plarenta Deshishku

Plarenta Deshishku – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
Albanian, English
Track
 London – Turin – Berlin

 

I was born and raised in Kosovo. I have studied in the American School of Kosovo. I have also been part of an NGO called the Ideas Partnership since summer 2012.

Firstly, I especially like the program which helps us broaden our horizons by  combining management science, liberal arts and languages. Secondly, I like the method of teaching, which is very interactive and involves a lot of group work.

Contact Plarenta

Leon Ernst

Leon Ernst – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English, German, French (Intermediate), Spanish (Intermediate)
Track
London – Paris - Berlin

 

I made my German high school diploma at a public school in Southwest Germany and went for one year to a leading German business school before coming to ESCP Europe.

The BSc at ESCP, compared to the programme I did for one year in Germany, is much broader. It helps you to understand the international business context by giving you insights into other fields, like Economics, Politics and Psychology and by studying in a real international environment with people from all over the world.

Contact Clara

Chiara Freund

Chiara Freund – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English, German
Track
London – Madrid – Berlin

 

I am from Germany but studied at a boarding school in Canada.

We all get to travel and experience different cultures together.

Contact Chiara

Louis Ganier

Louis Ganier – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English and French
Track
London - Paris - Berlin

 

Born in Paris, France. Attended schools in Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, Singapore and Switzerland.

International students and faculty. Relatively small cohort. Idea to “Learn by doing” (through case studies, group works, internships, etc).

Contact Louis

Drake Kraf

Drake Kraf – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English, Norwegian, B1 German
Track
London – Turin – Berlin

 

I was born in Washington State and moved to Texas when I was little. I lived in and was educated in Texas. I was an exchange student in Norway for 1 year during the 2014-2015 school year. I came to ESCP Europe right after graduating high school in Texas.

The thing I love most about ESCP Europe are the students from literally all walks of life and cultures and being able to experience them. It’s like everyone is their own ambassador to their respective countries and really gives you a much wider perspective on how other people look at the world.

Contact Drake

Noa Lachkar

Noa Lachkar – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
French, English, Hebrew
Track
London – Paris – Berlin

 

Born in Paris, raised in Belgium. Graduated from High School with a scientific certificate.

Multicultural environment with open-minded students - Small classes with interaction with teachers – Combining learning about management & liberal arts.

Contact Noa

Shaan Legros

Shaan Legros – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English, French

 

I spent most of my time in the United States, mostly moving around New York state, and I also lived in Tokyo, Japan.  I went to an American public high school.

I love ESCP Europe because of its diversity.  You can't get this international exposure at any other school.  Not only do I get to learn about different people's cultures, I also get to practice my language skills with everyone.  Another great thing about the program is that we get to study in three different countries, which will help us stand out in the future.

Contact Shaan

Adrian Leue

Adrian Leue – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
German, Italian, English, French
Track
London – Turin – Berlin

 

I was born in Munich, Germany, and then after six years moved to Bratislava, Slovakia. My mother is Italian and I went to an international school in Hannover after moving back to Germany so I got a very multicultural experience throughout high school.

I love that our cohort comes from 28 different countries and that we get to integrate with each other. Working with so many backgrounds allows for immense growth, laughter and creativity- we’re like a family here at ESCP and I am so glad to have joined them.

Contact Adrian

Giacomo Marogna

Giacomo Marogna – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English, Italian, Luxembourgish, French, German (learning Spanish)
Track
London – Paris – Berlin

 

Born in Luxembourg, lived the first years of my life in Rome but did my studies in LUX.

International environment and its innovative aspect.

Contact Giacomo

Maximilian Muennighoff

Maximilian Muennighoff – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English, German and French
Track
London – Paris – Berlin

 

I was born 1998 in Boston USA and soon went back to Munich Germany to a public high school.

It is a unique program for those who are interested to study business in an international context and be exposed to ever changing geographies.

Contact Maximilian

Tobias Rossberger

Tobias Rossberger – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
German, English, Spanish
Track
London – Madrid – Berlin

 

I am German, out of a small village nearby Munich. I studied in a huge public school, later in a small boarding school.

I like the internationality - of the school as well as of its students. Besides the unique opportunity to study in 3 years in 3 different countries, it's exciting to work with people from so many different countries. Here you don't learn only business on a high level, but also working together with people from completely different cultures.

Contact Tobias

Theresa Seitz

Theresa Luisa Seitz – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
German, English, French
Track
London – Paris – Berlin

 

I am from Frankfurt, Germany and attended a German high school until the age of 14. Then I went to go to a boarding in Switzerland, where I pursued the bilingual IB diploma. After my graduation I didn’t start at ESCP right away but decided to take a gap year to travel and to do various internships.

The BSc is a unique program that allows us to experience three cultures and countries. I think the Bachelor in Management provides the best of everything and gives me the chance to pursue a variety of interests and not narrow down to one single subject yet. I really like the teaching method, as we learn the theory in class and put it into practical aspects through many group works and one major annual project. Also, we are all open-minded people who come from different backgrounds, which creates a very nice atmosphere in-and outside class.

Contact Theresa

Julia Vetter

Julia Vetter – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English and German
Track
London – Turin – Berlin

 

I was born in Germany but my family moved to the US when I was 7, so I grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. I went to High School in the states and graduated in May 2015, shortly after I grabbed my backpack and traveled through Southeast Asia for 8 months and then some other spontaneous trips until my semester at ESCP started.

What I love about this program is the diverse, well-roundedness of the course. One isn’t just learning about business, it’s all about integration with students from all over the world, explaining the subconscious decisions of business, learning new languages and cultures and joining an international family- including the professors.

Contact Julia

Brigitta Vilmos

Brigitta Vilmos – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English, Hungarian, German, basic Italian
Track
London – Turin – Berlin

 

I grew up in Hungary, I was living in Budapest until the age of 19. After finishing my studies at Móricz Zsigmond Secondary School, I chose to attend ESCP's Bachelor in Management program and moved to London.

I very much enjoy the multicultural exposure I experience while studying every year at a different campus in a different country together with students from many different nations. Besides studying a broad spectrum of management related courses with many group projects, this international background, together with courses in interpersonal and intercultural skills give us an advantage in today’s competitive job market where employers value the ability of co-operation and teamwork. These skills have proven to be of great value during my consulting internship in the summer as I indeed could profit from what we learned in psychology, communication and interpersonal skills, making collaboration so much easier.

Contact Brigitta

Xueying (Gigi) Wang

Xueying (Gigi) Wang – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP Europe

Languages
English & Chinese
Track
London – Turin – Berlin

 

I came from the capital of China, an international city Beijing. Also, took all my previous education there, and to be exact, my high school was the Affiliated High School of Peking University.

The main idea of this program: Focusing on real world problems and putting knowledge into practice; its characters of innovation and  differences-respect; all the professors and classmates who are fabulous in different ways.

Wechat account: madamwxy
Contact Gigi

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Bachelor Blog

Life at ESCP Europe

Currently in our 4th year of recruiting exceptional students, it is a very exciting time for the Bachelor in Management (BSc) at ESCP Europe. Read more about the programme, including informative articles, videos from our current students and other snippets of info about upcoming events at the School.

Bachelor in Management (BSc)
Admissions

The Bachelor programme begins every September. The application process operates on a rolling deadline system from October to June. Selective recruitment ensures you only study alongside the highest calibre students.

UK Visa

Unless officially exempted, non-EU, EEA students coming to London for the first year of the Programme must provide evidence of passing a secure English language test with their application to the Tier 4 (General) Student visa. The Academic IELTS for UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) is the most common test for international students to demonstrate this. If you do not have UKVI IELTS, please arrange to book one as soon as possible. Please note that normal IELTS certificates are not accepted by the Home Office. You must have an IELTS for UKVI certificate in order to request a CAS letter and apply for the Tier 4 visa. Further information can be found at…

Step 1: Online application

Your application should include:

  • Academic records of the last three years (details of all examination results obtained during the last three years of secondary education, including mock secondary examination results, if applicable).
  • Secondary school examination certificate(s), if already held. Otherwise, applicants must provide these documents as soon as received.
  • Personal statement in English.
  • Contact details for one academic reference.
  • English language test scores if required (TOEFL: 90, IELTS: 6.5, CAE).
    Please note that if you require a UK Visa to study in London, you will need a specific IELTS test for UK Visa and Immigration (UKVI IELTS)
  • CV/Resume
  • Supporting documents of additional spoken languages.
  • Photocopy of ID/Passport.

Applications for the Bachelor in Management (BSc) are now open

Click here to apply*

* Please note that there is a non-refundable application fee of €170 for all applicants.

Step 2: Admissions Session

Successful applicants will be invited to an admissions session.

 

  • Personal interview (in the language of the interviewing campus, or in English, as preferred)
  • Alpha-numeric reasoning test (which can be waived in certain circumstances).

Whilst we prefer to meet students to person, distance interview (via Skype) may be available.

Please note that admission is only granted to students with the necessary visa.

British UCAS system

Applicants who are applying for this programme through the British UCAS system may find this information useful:

  • Institution code: E79
  • Course code: N200
  • Campus code: M
  • Institution code name: ESCP
  • Short form of course: BScManage

COMMON APP SYSTEM

For students who are based in the US, you can now also apply to the Bachelor programme via Common App.

Application deadline for the September 2018 intake:
Please contact our recruiters.

Bachelor Blog - Life at ESCP Europe - Bachelor in Management (BSc)

Bachelor Blog

Life at ESCP Europe

Currently in our 4th year of recruiting exceptional students, it is a very exciting time for the Bachelor in Management (BSc) at ESCP Europe. Read more about the programme, including informative articles, videos from our current students and other snippets of info about upcoming events at the School.

Bachelor in Management (BSc)
Fees & Financials

Fees

The fees for those entering the three-year programme in September 2019 are:

  • €14,000* per academic year
  • €19,900* per academic year for international students
  • Additional registration fee of €360

Tuition fees include all courses, projects (etc) equal to 180 ECTS credits, basic documentation and online modules. Travel and accommodation costs are not included.

*Fees may be subject to modification without notice.

Evaluate the total costs of your studies

Please take into account the cost of living on the different campuses.  In Paris, Berlin, Madrid and Turin the costs are in the range of €650 - 1,000 per month.  In London, they are in the range of €1,200 - 1,600 per month.

Berlin London Madrid Paris Turin
Accommodation
€400 €740 €470 €680 €510
Meals
€200 €270 €180 €220 €250
Transport
€60 €55 €40 €30 €30
Leisure
€250 €125 €150 €180 €100
Other
€250 €250 €100 €150 €150
Total
€1,160 €1,440 €940 €1,260 €1,040

 

Scholarships

The ESCP Europe scholarship programme is based on a mix of criteria, which include merit, diversity and financial needs.

Scholarships are competitive and cover 25% to 50% of the tuition fees (the 1st registration fee is not covered by the scholarship). They are renewable each year on condition of academic achievement, behavior and involvement in the ESCP Europe community.

Applications for scholarships

Students wishing to be considered for scholarships apply once they have been admitted to the programme and will need to submit financial information (evidence of household income), in addition to documents previously provided. Admitted students applying for scholarships will be notified of the decision before they have to pay the non-refundable €2,500 deposit (which is due even if a scholarship is awarded).

Bachelor Blog - Life at ESCP Europe - Bachelor in Management (BSc)

Bachelor Blog

Life at ESCP Europe

Currently in our 4th year of recruiting exceptional students, it is a very exciting time for the Bachelor in Management (BSc) at ESCP Europe. Read more about the programme, including informative articles, videos from our current students and other snippets of info about upcoming events at the School.