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    Berlin Campus Admissions
    Melanie Hennemann
    +49 30 32 007 205

    London Campus Admissions
    Elaine Seabrook
    Tel: +44 (0)20 7443 8825

    Madrid Campus Admissions
    Alejandra Rubio
    +34 91 171 9025

    Paris Campus Admissions

    Previous studies outside of France:   SAI : Nathalie Quintin  +33 1 49 23 21 45 | Email

    Previous studies in France : Classes préparatoires  and  CAD en M1 après une Licence Visée : C. Champonnois +33 1 49 23 22 54 | Email

    Torino Campus Admissions

    Silvia Tomatis
    Tel: +39 011 6705892

    Master in Management

    Key Features

    Students at ESCP Europe

    The Master in Management is an expansive, world-class programme. Here are some key facts to help you learn a little more about what a qualification from ESCP Europe offers:

    • A two-year, full-time intercultural general management programme

    • Ranked 1st in the 2016 Financial Times Master in Management league table in Germany, the UK, Spain, Italy and Poland and 3rd in France.

    • An integrated intercultural programme curriculum taught across the six ESCP Europe campuses
    • The opportunity to study in a minimum of two, and a maximum of four different countries
    • 120 partner universities worldwide, more than 20 of which offer double-degree options
    • Designed for students with Bachelor degrees (or equivalent) in any field of study
    • One-year pre-master option for students without a Bachelor degree (having previously completed at least two years of university education) in preparation for the Master programme

    • Supported by ESCP Europe's extensive Alumni Association network (49,000 members and counting) and close ties with the business world

    • Five seminars, including Start@Europe which is held at the European Parliament

    • At least two integrated internships

    • The option of gap years or apprenticeships

    • Excellent employment rates, with 74% of the most recent graduating class employed before even completing their studies