The ESCP Europe MIM in the World

10 good reasons to enter ESCP Europe

1. Be an actor of globalization rather than undergo it.

2. Experience cultural diversity

3. Understand that groups enrich individuals.

4. Be up to date in practices, methods and approaches used in businesses and organizations.

5. Develop one's sense of critic in order to innovate better.

6. Learn how to transform a problem into a solution.

7. Understand oneself better to build one’s future projects better.

8. Experience different methods of teaching and learning.

9. Enable oneself to choose one’s job amongst numerous opportunities.

10. Identify oneself with European values and stakes in all dimensions.



ESCP Europe's slogan, "European Identity, Global Perspective", is entirely represented in the various programmes we offer within our Bachelor's, Master's and MBA degrees. Integrated curricula enable students to study on several of our different European campuses or at one of our more than 100 partner universities across the globe during the scope of their studies.

Europe can be described as embracing maximum cultural diversity within minimal geographical distances. The school's cross-border multi-campus structure, combined with its highly culturally diverse student and faculty body, makes ESCP Europe a natural expert in multi-national/cross-cultural management and entrepreneurship education, not only in Europe but all around the world.

ESCP Europe ascribes the utmost value and importance to academic excellence. The school has earned the prestigious triple-crown accreditation (EQUIS, AACSB, AMBA), an achievement attained by only one percent of business schools worldwide. In addition, ESCP Europe has achieved top positions in national and international rankings such as that of the Financial Times.

In addition to offering classical business courses in finance, marketing, or strategy, we enable our students to study management from an interdisciplinary approach, through such subjects as creativity, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Corporate social responsibility and societal management aspects are discussed in many of our courses. Finally, ESCP Europe encourages students to round out their managerial and entrepreneurial education through personal development, e.g., the participation in the school's various student societies and sport clubs.

Andreas Kaplan
Dean for Academic Affairs