ESCP Europe is ready to welcome the world’s best MBA students for an unforgettable event
For the first time in its history, the Graduate Business Conference will take place in France: at ESCP Europe, the world’s oldest business school.
The 36th Annual Graduate Business Conference & Alumni Summit (GBC) is an event that brings together MBA student leaders and alumni from the top 70 ranked business schools in the world. Over the course of 5 days, attendees participate in best practice sessions, lectures, seminars, company visits and networking events all designed to expand their networks and perspectives. The goal of GBC is to give students the tools they need to become better leaders at their respective campuses but also leaders that will one day change the world.
As part of its bicentenary celebrations, the management school will welcome over 100 students from the world’s most prestigious business schools, such as Dartmouth, Cornell, ESADE and Copenhagen Business School. The theme of this event will be “United in Diversity”, thus emphasising ESCP Europe’s global influence.
MBA students will have the opportunity to discover the City of Lights and participate in various workshops and conferences
Highlights will include a keynote conference lead by Kenneth Cukier, Senior Editor for The Economist and speeches on the topic of Diversity & Inclusion by Laurent Choain, Chief People Officer at Mazars Group, and Philippe Houzé, Executive Chairman of the Galeries Lafayette Group and President of ESCP Europe. MBA students will also have the opportunity to share best practices with inspiring leaders such as Anne-Charlotte Vuccino, CEO of Yogist, and discuss the future of Technology and Fashion with Pascal Morand, Executive President for the Fédération Française de la Couture.
For information on Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities, please contact:
President, ESCP Europe MBA Student Association
P: +33 7 68 21 95 22
Download here the detailed programme of the event
Harvard Business School (HBS) - Columbia Business School (CBS) - Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) - Dartmouth College: Tuck - Cornell University: Johnson - Carnegie Mellon University: Tepper - Emory University: Goizueta - University of Texas: McCombs - University of Michigan: Ross - University of Rochester: Simon - Washington University: I was - Michigan State University: Broad - Georgetown University: McDonough - Arizona State University: Carey - University of Maryland: Smith - University of Notre Dame: Mendoza - Case Western Reserve University - University of Toronto: Rotman - Queen's University - York University: Schulich
Macquarie Graduate School of Management (MGSM) - Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM): UNSW Business School - Melbourne Business School (MBS) - Indian School of Business (ISB) - China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) - National ChengChi University (NCCU) - National University of Singapore (NUS)
INSEAD - HEC - IE Business School - ESADE Business School - ESMT Berlin - University of Cologne - Manchester Business School - University of St. Gallen (HSG) - BI Norwegian Business School - Copenhagen Business School - Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) - London Business School (LBS) - RSM Erasmus University