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Dr Stephan Schmuck

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

Elaine Seabrook
London Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +44 20 7443 8825

Alejandra Rubio
Madrid Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +34 91 171 9025

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

Veronica Polichetti

Turin Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +39 011 670 6129

Agnieszka Marciniuk

Warsaw Admissions Coordinator
Tel: +48 22 519 22 07

MBA in International Management

How to apply

The MBA in International Management uses a rolling admissions process. Applications are made online. You can apply to any ESCP Europe campus: Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin or Warsaw. Only one application per candidate per year will be accepted.

More information about application deadlines: click here

Start your online application and don’t hesitate to contact our admissions coordinators for any support you need during the application process.

Step 1: The Online Application and Admission Test

The application form must be completed entirely in English.

You will need to provide the following documents:

  • GMAT (40W-NP-23),  GRE (DI Code 0849) or Tage Mage certificate
    If you are unable to provide a GMAT, GRE or Tage Mage certificate, you may take an ESCP Europe admission test during the on-campus admission session.
  • English language certificate: TOEFL written test: 600; TOEFL IBT: 100; TOEFL computer-based: 250; IELTS: 7; Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE)
    Candidates without any language qualification certificates will be tested during the on-campus admission session.
    Candidates who can prove that they have earned a university degree taught entirely in English or those who have lived for 3 years in an English-speaking country are exempt from the English test.
  • Degree certificate
  • Grade transcripts covering all years of university study
  • At least one reference (e.g. an employer’s reference)
  • CV
  • Photocopy of your passport or ID

Additional language certificates are a plus.

An application fee of €170 must be paid at the end of the online application.

Step 2: The Interview

Each candidate is interviewed by a panel made up of programme directors, faculty and alumni.
A Skype interview can be offered to candidates residing outside of Europe.

Step 3: Securing Your Place

You will receive the admission decision within three weeks after the admission session.

Admitted candidates must confirm their acceptance by the deadline indicated in the offer letter. A non-refundable deposit of €5,000 is required to secure a place in the programme once admission has been granted. This amount is deducted from the total tuition fees.