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Monday 19 September 2011

ESCP Europe's Master in Management programme ranked 1st for 'International Course Experience'

Multiculturalism and diversity: ESCP Europe Business School's values acknowledged by the Financial Times

Paris, Monday 19 September 2011 – ESCP Europe's Master in Management programme has been ranked 1st in the 'International Course Experience' category of the Financial Times' 2011 league table. Placed 3rd overall, ESCP Europe remains among the Top 3 schools worldwide for the fourth year in a row, a result which recognises the School's unique European model and the remarkable international course experience offered to its students.

Beyond the School's consistent level of excellence, the result of the Financial Times ranking acknowledges ESCP Europe's international orientation and diversity, as well as its Alumni's professional success.

As evidenced through ESCP Europe's international presence – with five campuses across Europe in Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Torino – the School's international identity can also be illustrated by students' backgrounds, graduates' international course tracks, and its highly qualified and multicultural faculty members.

The diversity of the School's graduates is illustrated by Stéphane Diagana (Class of 2004), interviewed by the Financial Times. A World Athletics Champion, he went on to become President of the French Athletics Federation, consultant and entrepreneur. His case shows that ESCP Europe welcomes students of all backgrounds.

For Pascal Morand, Dean of ESCP Europe, "The Financial Times ranking recognises and rewards the custom international course tracks we have developed for our students. Thanks to various admission processes, a relevant European academic model and a global network, ESCP Europe reveals a broad range of talents."

Emmanuelle Tessier-Solaz, ESCP Europe, +33 (0)1 49 23 20 16,

About ESCP Europe
Each year ESCP Europe welcomes 4,000 students representing 90 different nationalities and 5,000 top-level executives to its five European campuses (Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Torino) and 88 partner universities worldwide. It prepares students and executives for the many and varied aspects of the management industry, and is triple accredited by AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. ESCP Europe is a member of the Pole of Research and Higher Education (PRES) héSam.

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