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Key Facts

5 Campuses:

Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Torino

The World's First Business School

(est. 1819)

100 academic alliances

in Europe and the world

Accreditations:

AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA

4,000 students

representing 90 nationalities

5,000 managers and executives

in training across the 5 campuses
each year

More than 130 research-active professors

across 5 campuses representing
20 nationalities

45,000 alumni

in 150 countries worldwide

European Identity, Global Perspective


Welcome to ESCP Europe


Established in 1819, ESCP Europe is the world's oldest business school and has educated generations of leaders and entrepreneurs.

With its five urban campuses in Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid, and Torino, ESCP Europe's true European Identity enables the provision of a unique style of cross-cultural business education and a Global Perspective on international management issues.

ESCP Europe’s network of around 100 partner universities extends the School’s reach from European to worldwide. The School is founding partner of heSam, a cluster of well-known institutions for research and higher education structured around the Sorbonne University

Triple-crown accredited (EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB), ESCP Europe welcomes 4,000 students and 5,000 executives from 90 different nations every year, offering them a wide range of general management and specialised programmes (Master, MBA, PhD and Executive Education). The School's alumni network counts 45,000 members in 150 countries and from 200 nationalities. Together with its long-standing relationships with national and multinational companies, this network allows ESCP Europe to provide unique career opportunities on an international scale

Through a combination of innovative pedagogy, cross-campus programmes with integrated curricula, and a research-active faculty, ESCP Europe is an essential contributor to the development of a European, transnational management culture. The aspiration of ESCP Europe is the credo of Europe: to remain faithful to its humanistic values while at the same time anticipating the new ways of the world.

Frank Bournois

Dean of ESCP Europe