Become an ESCP Europe corporate partner
For a business school, the strength of its supporting corporate network is essential to the quality of its graduates.
ESCP Europe responds to corporate needs by training high-potential managers and cultivating field-specific management expertise. In turn, the school relies on corporate financing to continue to assume its leadership role in management education and research.
Thanks to various partnerships, companies can contribute to the quality of instruction and help the school ensure the success of its graduates.
The different levels of partnership
Through different types of partnership, ESCP Europe offers companies the opportunity for wider visibility and priviledged access to students with a view to recruitment. Different levels of participation are possible and each is subject to a personalised study so as to suit individual company requirements.
These partnerships are financed by sponsorship and, in France, the taxe d’apprentissage [FR].
ESCP Europe cooperates with numerous national and international companies of all sizes and offers itself as a platform for the active transfer of knowledge.
Berlin Campus Partners
ESCP Europe Business School Berlin offers a cooperative network with selected national and international top companies.
In business partnerships, synergies are exploited and new collaborative content is developed - ranging from employer branding activities to direct support of recruiting processes or the joint development of seminars for management:
- Bain & Company
- Bayer Business Consulting
- BearingPoint Consulting GmbH
- Beiersdorf AG
- Bombardier Transportation GmbH
- The Boston Consulting Group
- CNC Communications & Network Consulting AG
- Coca-Cola Erfrischungsgetränke AG
- DHL Consulting
- E.ON Inhouse Consulting (ECON)
- Ernst & Young
- Inverto AG
- L'Oréal Deutschland GmbH
- McKinsey & Company
- OTIS GmbH & Co. OHG
- Peek & Cloppenburg KG
- Procter & Gamble Services GmbH
- ProSiebenSat.1 Media SE
- Shell Deutschland Oil GmbH
- Société Générale S.A.
- Unibail Rodamco
- Uniqlo LifeWear
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Further cooperation with companies
Beyond of campus partnerships many companies have in the recent years cooperated with ESCP Europe Business School Berlin. Particularly in the context of Recruiting Days and our Company Consultancy Projects, our chairs are working on various projects with companies.
London Campus Partners
- Admiral Group plc
- Babcock International - Aviation
- Banca Generali
- BNP Paribas
- BPI Learning
- Columbia Threadneedle Investments
- Energy Delta Institute - Energy Business School
- Groupe Lactalis
- Hermes Paris
- Houlihan Lokey Howard & Zukin Investment banking Services
- London Stock Exchange
- LVMH Moet Hennessy. Louis Vuitton
- Moody's/Brett Hemmerling
- PSA Finance
- RBS. The Royal Bank of Scotland
- Rentokil Initial
- Reynares Aluminium
- Savencia Fromage & Diary
- Simon-Kucher & Partners. Strategy and Marketing Consultants
- Societe Generale
- The Admiral Group
- Universal Music Group
Paris Campus Partners
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Turin Campus Partners
ESCP Europe Torino campus has strong relationships with a number of Italian and international companies, which contribute to its governance.
- Ariston Thermo Group
- Avio Aero
- BNL Gruppo BNP Paribas
- The Adecco Group
What is a Chair or a Professorship?
A chair is the initiative of a business organisation or professional association in support of academic research and education programmes, over a relatively long period of time (three years at least, renewable).
Generally, the sponsor provides monetary support to a specific member of the Faculty who holds the Chair and who, consequently, is responsible for its research and education programmes. Such programmes are directly related to the business sector of the sponsoring organisation.
Research programmes involve researchers on the six ESCP Europe campuses, as well as researchers from other academic institutions. Programmes are vetted by a scientific committee. Chairs are an important factor in stimulating research at ESCP Europe.