Study in two beautiful cities like Turin and Paris, famous for their excellence in the food and beverage sector
A Bachelor or Master’s Degree in any field of study
Fluency in English (a second foreign language is a plus)
Previous work experience in the Food & Beverage sector (appreciated but not mandatory)
Real motivation to join the Master and for a high-level career in this industry
Any candidate for the Master in IFBM will go through a 3-step admission process.
1st Step: Online Application
You will be asked to provide us with:
Your personal details
Education details: transcript marks and a copy of your degree
Work experience details (if you have any)
One reference letter
If your Online Application is successful, you will be invited to the 2nd step of the process. This consists of an online verbal and numeric logic test, a personal Interview and an English written + oral + listening test.
2nd Step: Tests and personal interview at the ESCP Europe Turin campus
Online verbal and numeric logic test (GMAT holders exempt)
English test: written + oral + listening (holders of official level C1 English certification are exempt - please ask the recruiter if your certification is valid)
3rd Step: Admission response
In about 3-4 weeks you will be contacted by our programme manager of the specialised international Master and know if you have been admitted.
For further detail on our admission process please send an email to our Programme Manager Federica Simionato.
Required documents for admission
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:
A photocopy of your passport/ID
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)
A current CV
GMAT or GRE certificate, or complete an SHL alpha-numeric reasoning test
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
The application process for the September 2017 intake of the International Master in Food & Beverage Management is now open. Begin yours!
Choose "Master - Master of Sciences" menu in the "Admission" section after having created your account.