The harmonisation of programme standards is part of the implementation of the ambitious global development strategy designed to consolidate ESCP Europe’s place in the landscape of the best business schools worldwide.
The MBA in International Management targets candidates between 24 and 29 years old with preferably 3 years of professional experience. Our MBA in International Management fits in the School’s management programmes portfolio from Bachelor to PhD, where our Executive MBA already ranks 13th in the global Executive MBA Ranking.
The MBA in International Management keeps the MEB’s unique DNA, as a full time intensive general management programme with a strong cross-cultural approach. It provides an excellent connection to the world of business and a solid foundation for an international career along with a tremendously enriching personal development experience. ESCP Europe definitely helps students to grow as entrepreneurs and as individuals. Present on each of the 6 campuses, The Careers Service provides the advice, data and tools to identify professional objectives and connect with companies.
"We cultivate a strong cross-cultural approach embedded in multicultural teamwork. Combining cultural, social, and emotional intelligence with business acumen are essential features of successful leaders." says Frank Bournois, Dean of ESCP Europe.
The MBA in International Management is designed for young professionals of nationality, diverse academic and professional backgrounds (Engineering, Law, Literature, Science, Political Science) who wish to boost or reorient their international career.
Andreas Kaplan, Dean for Academic Affairs adds "We keep the unique character of this programme: one year, two countries, two corporate projects and a strong multicultural diversity amongst our students’ profiles. We want to attract very qualified and diversified profiles, from various cultures and origins."
The MBA in International Management uses a rolling admissions process and is accredited by the Association of MBAs.
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What made ESCP Europe’s Master in European Business (MEB) so particular?
The MEB was designed like an MBA, a full-time intensive general management programme with a strong cross-cultural approach.
When was the MEB created and how was the curriculum planned?
Created in 1995, the MEB was a 1 year/2 countries programme with a semester on 2 of the 6 European campuses (Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Torino and Warsaw) and 2 partners in Asia: Beijing Foreign Studies University (China), and MDI Gurgaon (India).
Why did you convert the MEB, a unique programme, into an MBA?
The harmonisation of programme standards is part of the implementation of the ambitious global development strategy designed to consolidate ESCP Europe’s place in the landscape of the best business schools worldwide. It also responds to MEB students and alumni’s demand to make their diploma easier to comprehend by international recruiters. By its structure, the choice of campuses, the diversity of students and the intense rhythm, the MBA in International Management remains a unique ESCP Europe programme.
Concretely, what will be the changes for the new MBA students, in 2017?
Courses will be adapted to more experienced professionals, a new portfolio of specialisations in the 6 campuses will be offered to students (they may choose 4 out of a catalogue of 20) and services associated with the programme (including the Career Service and personal development) will be resized in order to meet the needs of its new profiles.
What is the profile of the new MBA students?
The MBA in International Management is designed for young professionals of any nationality, and of diverse academic and professional backgrounds (Engineering, Law, Literature, Science, and Political Science) who wish to boost or reorient their international career.
How many participants and nationalities did you have in the MEB?
Class of 2017 (MEB): 170 students, of 30 nationalities - without any nationality group exceeding 25% of the total in order to keep all the benefit of diversity in exchanges and interactions between students.
Is professional experience mandatory for the new MBA students?
Yes, students should preferably have 3 years of professional experience. Applicants are invited to verify their profile through a resume-based “eligibility” process before starting the selection process.
What choices of campus are offered to the students?
Students choose their 2 campuses according to their professional objectives.
1st semester: Delhi, London, Paris, Beijing, or Torino
2nd semester: Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, or Warsaw.