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ESCP Europe Berlin

Welcome at ESCP Europe Berlin

As a state-recognized university, ESCP Europe counts among the most prestigious and leading business schools in Germany. We regularly occupy top spots in both national and international rankings (#1 European business school in Germany, #1 Master in Management, #1 Executive MBA and #4 in Executive Education in Germany).

In Berlin, ESCP Europe has particular expertise in the areas of International Management, Intra- and Entrepreneurship, Energy Management and Sustainability as well as Digital Innovation. In addition to our well known multinational Bachelor, Master and MBA/ Executive MBA programs we also offer Executive Education in these subjects.

Companies such as Bayer, Coca-Cola or McKinsey regularly closely collaborate with us and stay in continuous contact due to the quality of our faculty, their research as well as the top quality of our students and alumni.

Get to know the most European business school in Germany yourself with its unique intercultural spirit at ESCP Europe Berlin. Please contact us or simply pay us a visit. We are looking forward to meeting you.

Andreas Kaplan

Rector ESCP Europe Berlin

History of ESCP Europe Berlin

ESCP Europe, established in 1819 in Paris, is the world’s first and oldest business school. Its German location was opened over 40 years ago in Düsseldorf in 1975. Exactly ten years later, in 1985, we moved into the German capital and are now located in close proximity to the Charlottenburger Schlosspark in Berlin.

Our university occupies the former buildings of the Kaiserin-Auguste-Viktoria infant home – a building in neo-baroque style which was constructed between 1907 and 1909 under the direction of Ludwig Hoffmann, architect and member of the Berlin city council. Its planning was mainly shaped by Alfred Messel und Edmund May between 1906 and 1907.