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Tuesday 22 October 2013

ESCP Europe profiled in the Financial Times

If there is one thing that unites ESCP Europe's huge student body and alumni network, it is a pride in what it means to be a student at this historic and innovative school.

The Financial Times took some time to speak to our professors, asking what it is that creates such an iconic institution.

The school's international character is reflected in the contrasting architecture of the campus buildings themselves, ranging from a red-brick Victorian home in London to a low-set modernist structure in Madrid.

These multiple bases mean that students' exposure to the continent’s business culture is unrivalled, says Dr Gougeon. "For non-Europeans, study at ESCP [Europe] provides a great springboard into European business."

To read the full article, please visit the Financial Times website.

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