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Monday 20 October 2008  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

"Thousands of students are caught up in a probe into websites that reveal GMAT questions", timesonline, 20th of October 2008

A good score in the graduate management admission test (GMAT) is seen as the first step to getting into a top business school. In recent years, an industry has grown up around helping MBA hopefuls to prepare for the GMAT....

Monday 20 October 2008  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

"Doctors look for words to help NHS recuperate", timesonline, 20th October 2008

The NHS is celebrating its 60th birthday and with age comes wisdom. Increasingly healthcare staff acknowlege the need to understand the process of management, and some even cross the divide. Clinical staff need management skills and now acknowledge the need to understand the process...

Thursday 09 October 2008  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

"Business schools are teaming up to give students an international edge" The Independent, 9th of October 2008

Professor Davide Sola, Dean of the London campus of the ESCP-EAP European School of Management, says that students on ESCP-EAP's European Executive MBA have so far not felt the pain of rising air fares, even though the programme demands considerable travel...

Thursday 09 October 2008  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

"Redressing the balance: Business schools need to do more to attract women" The Independent, 9th of October 2008

Six out of 10 university graduates across the developed world, and in some developing countries, are women. Given that three major studies have concluded that having a better gender balance at the top levels of a company bring in greater profitability, it is time women...

Monday 06 October 2008  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

"MBAs can help you keep your head above water" Telegraph, 6th October 2008

"As the heavens open, managing risk is moving up the agenda with business schools, writes Stephen Hoare. Climate change, oil supply disruption and terrorism can cost businesses billions in lost revenue. As the credit crisis sparked by risky lending by banks on both sides of the Atlantic threatens.....

Saturday 04 October 2008  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

"MBA scholarships up for grabs" Financial Times, 4th October 2008

"Scholarships are being offered for an MBA course designed specifically for those in small businesses with aspirations to expand overseas. The ESCP-EAP European School of Management, which has campuses in Paris, Berlin, London, Madrid and Turin, is offering"

Thursday 02 October 2008  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

"The Credit Crunch - The corporate response" The Economist Intelligence Unit, 2nd October 2008

A webcast featuring Robin Bew, Economist Intelligence Unit, Davide Sola, ESCP-EAP European School of Management and Paul Anning, Osborne Clarke offering insghts into the credit crunch and how corporations are responding to it.

Thursday 02 October 2008  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

"ESCP-EAP Master in Management is 2nd in FT worldwide rankings" Consultant News, 30th September 2008

ESCP-EAP, with its five European campuses, has been recognised by the world-famous FT Business Education rankings as the School of Management for Europe.

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