A minimum of 18 months of relevant working experience is also required in customer-related activities such as marketing, sales, retail services or in the creative industries. This can include a combination of permanent positions, internships, voluntary work and part-time jobs, which will be considered cumulatively towards the working experience requirement, as long as they are relevant to the programme.
Admitted candidates usually have a collective work experience ranging from 18 months to five years.
When selecting our students, our juries focus particularly on applicants who exhibit a strong motivation not only for marketing, but for the particular approach and content of the MSc in Marketing & Creativity programme. Participants on the programme are generally aged between 22 and 29.
More senior managers interested in the programme's approach should consider our Executive Master in Marketing & Creativity.
When completing your application, it is important to highlight all of your positions, including any internships, and clearly indicate the following:
Use this section of your application form to describe your working experience in detail, outlining your main tasks and responsibilities, achievements, the problems you faced, etc. This part of the application is an opportunity for you to show your suitability to join the programme and is likely to form the basis of the questions you will face in the final interview stage if you are selected.
*A Master 1 is required for French students.
As with all ESCP Europe's programmes, multi-campus study is an important and compulsory part of completing the MSc in Marketing & Creativity. It is vital all students have the relevant visas. ESCP Europe takes no responsibility for any student's failure to obtain these documents.
You can find important information on MMK study permits (especially with regard to the final term in Paris) by visiting our dedicated Visas page.