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Monday 27 September 2010

Master in Management ranked N° 1 worldwide by FT in 2010

September, 20, 2010. The Financial Times ranks the ESCP Europe Master in Management programme first in its 2010 Global Top 65 Masters in Management ranking.

This is great recognition of the unique European model offered by the School and of the outstanding international careers of its alumni.

ESCP Europe graduates are led to take on major responsibilities in international companies. Almost 50% of them choose to start their careers outside their home country.

Management is admittedly more and more globalised, yet it isn’t flat: practices and approaches change depending on cultures and continents. That is why, 3 years ago, ESCP Europe reshaped its Master in Management programme in order to offer more flexibility and internationalisation to students. Each semester, students can choose to pursue their course on one of ESCP Europe’s 5 campuses (Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Torino) and/or at one of 77 international academic partners among which 20 offer a double degree.

For Pascal Morand, Dean of ESCP Europe, “We can only be thrilled about this 1st place in the Financial Times ranking, which is the reference media. The singularity and the strength of ESCP Europe, with its multi-campus European model, its opening onto the world and its unique Governance Chart are thus recognised. However we need to remain grounded and see it as a positive mirror effect of globalisation that has to go towards the growing importance of strategic differentiation and not of unicity.”

See Pascal Morand's interview.

Learn more about the ESCP Europe Master in Management.
How to join the Master in Management programme.
See the Financial Times 2010 Global Masters in Management ranking.
Learn more about the Financial Times 2010 Ranking.


Read the German Press Release.
Read the Spanish Press Release.
Read the French Press Release

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