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Stephan Schmuck

Berlin Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +49 (0)30 32007-161

Juliette Marik
London Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +44 20 7443 8872

Alejandra Rubio

Madrid Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +34 91 171 9025

Emmanuelle Rassek
Paris Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +33 1 49 23 58 89

Federica Simionato

Torino Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +39 011 670 5892

Dana Duda

Warsaw Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +48 22 519 22 69

    Master in European Business

    Admission Process

    Students at ESCP Europe

    The application process for the September 2016 intake has now opened. Begin yours by clicking here.

    Admission sessions will take place throughout 2015 and 2016 for the September 2016 intake - more information can be found on the Application Deadlines page.

    There is a MEB Admission Office on each of the six ESCP Europe campuses:
    Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Torino and Warsaw. Candidates choose which campus to apply through based upon their personal preferences, i.e. ease of travel to the admission tests or preferred language of communication with the Admissions team for enquiries, general questions and so forth. Please note, however, that the application form must be completed entirely in English regardless of the campus to which you have applied.

    The campus you apply through does not have any bearing on the study tracks you choose. For instance, candidates applying through Berlin do not necessarily have to spend one of their semesters at the Berlin campus.

    Candidates who are interested in the Master in European Business can only apply to ESCP Europe collectively once per academic year (for example, it is not permitted to apply to both the Paris and London in the same year).

    All candidates are required to complete the following steps:

    Step 1: The Online Application Form

    ESCP Europe only accepts applications to the MEB via the online application form. Please ensure you take plenty of time with this form and answer all the questions therein as fully and thoughtfully as possible.

    • An application fee of €120* must be paid at the end of the online application in order to consider your submission complete.
    *This fee is subject to change

    Step 2: Supporting Documents

      Please ensure that all required supporting documents are scanned and uploaded during the online application process. Please note: you will still need to bring the originals to your admission interview.

      You must send/upload scans of:

      • The original or certified copy of your degree certificate
      • The original or certified copy of your grade transcripts covering all years of university study
      • At least one reference (e.g. an employer's reference). These must be submitted or requested via our online application system
      • A current CV
      • GMAT (40W-NP-23), Tage Mage, GRE (DI Code 0849) or PAEP certificate, or complete an SHL alpha-numeric reasoning test (please click here for more information)
      • A photocopy of your passport or identity card
      • An English language certificate for non-native speakers who have not studied their degree in English. We require the following minimum scores on the tests: TOEFL written test: 600; TOEFL IBT: 100; TOEFL computer-based:250; IELTS: 7
      • Candidates without any language qualification certificates can be tested on-campus the same day of the interview

      Step 3: The Admission Tests

      Applicants whose applications are accepted will be invited to sit the on-campus admission tests, which include:

      • A personal interview, which plays an essential role in assessing candidate's abilities and motivation for the Master in European Business programme

      • An aptitude test, which can be a GMAT (40W-NP-23), Tage Mage, GRE (DI Code 0849) or PAEP certificate, or the completion of an SHL alpha-numeric reasoning test when applying for the MEB. SHL tests are taken on-campus on the day of your admissions interview, the cost of which is included in the application fee paid to ESCP Europe. You can view SHL sample tests on the SHL Direct website

      • If necessary, language proficiency tests which include an assessment of your writing, listening and oral skills

      In exceptional circumstances, candidates unable to attend interviews on-campus because of distance, current employment outside of Europe, etc., can opt for a webcam interview instead.

      Step 4: Accepting or Declining Your Place

      Admission decisions are sent out by post within three weeks of your interview having taken place.

      Applicants who are offered a place must confirm their acceptance in writing by the deadline indicated in the offer letter. A non-refundable deposit of €2,000 is required to secure a place in the programme once admission has been granted. This amount is deducted from your total tuition fees.