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Monday 16 April 2012

Moscow's Higher School of Economics is the MEB's new international partner

The Higher School of Economics (HSE) in Moscow is the new partner of ESCP Europe Business School's Master in European Business (MEB).

The ESCP Europe MEB is a one-year, two-country programme taught across all five of the School's European campuses (Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Torino) and through its four international partners: MDI in India, http://www.itesm.edu/wps/portal?WCM_GLOBAL_CONTEXT=Tec Monterrey in Mexico, AIT Bangkok, Thailand, and now HSE in Moscow, Russia.

The programme is an intensive and highly international business administration postgraduate master with an emphasis on a practical approach to business. Designed for young professionals looking to launch or boost their career in management, the programme requires an intermediate level of work experience and is open to candidates with backgrounds as diverse as Law, Engineering, Languages, Literature, Science, International Relations, Political Science and Journalism.

As well as having the option of studying at two of ESCP Europe's five European campuses, students can choose to spend their first semester in India, Mexico, Thailand and now Russia. All of ESCP Europe's partners are committed to providing the same programme content and learning outcomes, and deliver a local national degree alongside those gained through ESCP Europe.

These institutional partnerships enhance the already highly diverse student profile of the MEB programme, and give the opportunity for participants to gain first-hand experience of working closely beside fellow students from across the globe. In doing so, they develop strong team-building skills, a genuine understanding of international management, and vital social and cultural awareness.

The diversity of backgrounds and nationalities of each new MEB intake and the range of international study locations on offer makes the Master in European Business a unique, multicultural and truly international programme.

Please click here for more information on the Master in European Business.


ESCP Europe Press Contacts

Paris: Emmanuelle Tessier-Solaz
London: Alison Clarke
Berlin: Holger Buth
Madrid: Ramon Rodriguez Aragon
Torino: Marco Scognamiglio

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