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Wednesday 23 March 2011

Numerous programme innovations make Master in Management even more flexible and attractive

• Study in Berlin and Paris in English
• New two-country track
• Prestigious German Master of Science (M.Sc.) now available for additional
   study tracks
• It is now possible to start the master's programme in Berlin

ESCP Europe’s widely acclaimed international Master in Management programme (No. 1 in the Financial Times’ Masters-in-Management ranking, 09/2010) will begin the forthcoming academic year 2011/2012 with numerous innovations. For instance, it can now be studied in in either two or three countries. The Master in Management programme is aimed at business graduates and prepares ambitious future leaders specifically for an international career in two years.

In order to be awarded the prestigious German Master of Science degree, students can study in two or three countries. Students opting to study in three countries must complete at least one semester in Berlin and one in Paris. All students who prefer to choose the two-country programme can now study, for example, for one year in Paris and one year in Berlin in either the local language or in English. Thus, from September 2011 students without any knowledge of German can complete two semesters of the Master in Management at ESCP Europe’s Berlin campus. A further novelty is that students can now start the programme in Berlin.

"With these improvements we want to further increase the attractiveness and internationality of the Berlin campus and the Master in Management. Unaffected by the changes remains the fact that we consistently look for performance- and internationally-oriented students," says Prof. Dr. Dr. Ayad Al-Ani, Rector of ESCP Europe Business School Berlin.

The application deadline for the programme starting in September 2011 is 1 April 2011. For more information, visit

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