Support for research papers for Master 2 students.
Since 2008, 59 research papers involving 78 students and 31 professors have received support.
For the class of 2014, 14 new papers have been currently selected to receive support from KPMG experts.
Research funding for 36 professors (over a third of the faculty of the 5 school campuses)
"Our involvement with the ESCP Europe Foundation is a further step in the strengthening of our ties with ESCP Europe. Over 100 ESCP Europe graduates work for KPMG in France, the business school with the highest level of alumni representation.
We share in common with ESCP Europe such values as international overture, diversity, talent search and development, as well as merit-based equal opportunity.
Our values are rooted in a respect for the individual, recognition of personal performance and personal development support for fast track careers.
Furthermore, we are keen to promote new ideas in our business through timely thought and analysis on key economic and financial issues."
KPMG Audit France
Audit Committee Institute France Chair
It aims to help companies identify, understand and manage the risks they face.
It conducts research - both theoretical and applied - on the integration of risk management and performance into corporate strategy.
KPMG and ESCP Europe collaborations are long-standing, solid and based on a shared commitment as economic stakeholders to understanding regulatory changes and developing appropriate tools to help businesses cope with the challenges they face.
Over 100 of the School’s graduates work at KPMG in France, making it one of the most heavily represented schools in the company. By joining the ESCP Europe Foundation, KPMG has demonstrated its desire to further strengthen its ties with ESCP Europe.
In 2013, the scope of the Chair extended to the governance of Risks. KPMG, the partner of IFA and creator of the Audit Committee Institute, has a strong interest in the theme of governance.
KPMG sponsors the Mega learning Simulation which every first year Master’s student participates in (about 450 students each year). There is a KPMG prize for best performance.
Various “study topics” are offered to Pre-Master students in the context of their general management studies.
The “Open” project enables students, splited into sub-groups, to lead a deep analysis of a company and its innovative practices.
Professor, ESCP Europe
Doctorate in Management Science, HDR,
M.Sc. in Management (ESCP Europe), M.Sc. in Management of Technology (École Centrale).
"Through research funded by the KPMG Chair, our students have privileged access to strategic issues affecting risk strategy and performance in particular, constituting an excellent introduction for them to their future as leaders."
Professor et Academic Director of the "Governance, Strategy, Risks et Performance" Chair,