"After ESCP Europe, our graduates are led to take on major responsibilities in international companies and to work with people from all over the world. Today, almost 50% of young graduates 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 (MiM) Programme in order to offer more flexibility and internationalisation to students.
Each semester, all students can now choose to pursue their courses on one of ESCP Europe's 5 campuses (Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Turin) and/or at one of 83 international academic partners among which 20 offer a dual degree.
Just a month after this outstanding first place for the Master in Management, ESCP Europe follows this success with another programme: its European Executive MBA which moves up from 25th place to 15th in the worldwide ranking published by the Financial Times in October 2010.
The ESCP Europe Executive MBA is ranked 1st worldwide for career progression and in the top world-class schools for international experience (3rd place for courses completed abroad and 5th place for international students).
We should also think back to May when ESCP Europe’s Executive Education programmes were rewarded with the 31st place for Open programmes and the 27th place for custom programmes in the worldwide ranking and respectively the 13th and 12th places in Europe.
Collectively, these excellent results have made it possible for ESCP Europe to obtain the 7th place in the best European Business Schools Ranking published on the 6th of December 2010.
This is extremely encouraging for ESCP Europe which quite naturally places itself amongst the very best business schools internationally and as a first-class European Institution."
Dean ESCP Europe