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Monday 14 September 2015

ESCP Europe reconfirms place as world leader in management education

ESCP Europe Business School has again been ranked as one of the global top ten for Masters in Management by the Financial Times.

The programme has been placed 7th worldwide, making it the number 1 in our campus countries of Germany, Italy and Spain; second in the UK; and third in France.

The ESCP Europe Master in Management is a two-year programme that allows students to study in up to three countries. Students can choose to boost their international profile by spending time at three of our European campuses (Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and soon Warsaw), or to spend a portion of their time at one of our 100 international partners across the world. After one year of general management education, students choose a second-year specialisation built around a broad portfolio of electives.

The programme incorporates professional internships to boost practical workplace skills, and international seminars (including #StartAtEurope, in which the entire class spends several days at the European Parliament).

As the world’s oldest business school (est. 1819), ESCP Europe is delighted to see the Master in Management move into a new era with the addition of a sixth campus in Warsaw, Poland. This new location is the result of a strategic alliance with the Kozminski University, the only business school in Central and Eastern Europe aside from ESCP Europe to hold triple accreditation (AMBA, EQUIS, AACSB).

The partnership was announced in coordination with the School’s new ‘Cultures for Business’ or ‘C4B’ strategy, designed to develop a new generation of international and transnational business leaders who can understand and embrace the opportunities offered by cultural diversity.

“In a genuinely global economy, the embracing of cultural diversity is essential to the training of future business leaders,” says ESCP Europe’s Dean, Dr Frank Bournois. “With all its complexity and diversity, Europe is the ideal laboratory in which to study the impact of multiculturalism and then apply the lessons learned on the global stage. As one of our students put it recently, if you can succeed in business in such a challenging commercial and cultural ‘hot house’ as Europe, then you can succeed anywhere.”

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