In the Heart of a Vibrant City
With just shy of 11 million inhabitants speaking more than 300 languages, it’s impossible to spend time there without expanding your personal horizons and professional network.
BUILDING YOUR CAREER
There are job opportunities at the biggest brands in the world, as well as an incredible number of innovative start-ups. From internships to graduate schemes and beyond, London is your launch pad!
It’s also been named the best in which to work – and the most loved tourist destination. This city really has something for everyone, and the polls prove it.
ESCP Europe - London
ESCP Europe is a unique school that attracts students and academics representing more than 100 nationalities to our London campus.
Located in West Hampstead in north west London, ESCP Europe’s UK campus offers students state-of-the-art facilities in a traditional Victorian building. The bright city lights and the business community are only a tube ride away, while the fashionable area of West Hampstead offers a broad cultural experience away from the hustle and bustle of inner-city life.
Students benefit from our strong connections in major industries, and we play an essential role in our students’ lives by expanding and nurturing the skills vital for their future careers.
ESCP Europe London Dean discusses how we are preparing for Brexit
Prof. Simon Mercado shares his thoughts on the inescapable questions around Brexit.
ESCP Europe Energy Trading Challenge 2019
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ESCP Europe awarded UK Business School of the Year
London School & Campus recognised at the Times Higher Education Awards, widely referred to as the “O...
ESCP Europe climbs to 11th in the Financial Times rankings
ESCP Europe has risen to 11th position in the 2018 Financial Times annual European Business School r...
Master in Management students wow professionals at 2018 Entrepreneurship Festival
Each November, ESCP Europe celebrates its yearly Jean-Baptiste Say Entrepreneurship Festival.
Why we should be worried about the global AI rat race
ESCP Europe professor Dr Terence Tse shares new insights on the progress of AI
Inaugural ESCP Europe Fundraising Gala in London draws £220,000 in donations
Fantastic mobilisation from our 55,000-strong Alumni community!
How to Master the Magical Art of Communication
ESCP Europe students learn communication skills from Magicien de la Communication.
Obituary: Associate Professor Peter Quick
It is with the greatest sadness that we learn of the passing of ESCP Europe’s former Associate Profe...
Female ESCP Europe Students Get a Taste of the Banking Industry
The first edition of Women In Finance Investment Banking Insight Week has ended, and it was a true s...
Cyber Security: its threats and how to prevent them
Leaked information, data theft and manipulation are some of the biggest threats that organisations f...
Study and teaching spaces sit alongside a private garden and student lounge - everything you need for an enriching time on campus!
There are 15 lecture rooms with seating capacities ranging from 20-150 people.
Computers are available for student use in the library, study room F10, the Trading Room and computer room, with a total of 83 computers and 4 printers. Wi-fi is also available throughout the building.
Amenities include a student lounge and recreation room, the simulation Trading Room, language lab, campus cafe and a function space, the latter of which features a magnificent fireplace and stained glass window.
The Trading Room
Experience first-hand the dynamics of financial markets.
Trading Room workshops are an integral part of all programmes hosted at the School, from our Master and Bachelor degrees, right through to our European Executive MBA. In addition to this, we host regular extra-curricular sessions with external partners and offer use of the facilities to visiting study groups. All of these activities combined allow more than 2,000 students each year the opportunity to experience first-hand the dynamics of the financial market.
If you would like to book a session in the Trading Room for non-ESCP Europe students, please contact Francesco Morrone: email@example.com
To find out more about what the facility offers in an academic sense, please contact Terence Tse, Associate Professor of Finance here at the London campus: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Campus Cafe
Offering healthy, fresh and homemade goodies in the Student Lounge
Scheduled for an early lecture? Pick up a tasty wake-up call with a cup of tea or an organic, fairtrade coffee, then pair it with a fruit salad, granola pot, muffin, buttered toast or croissant. Andras is also offering delicious smoothies, also made in-house.
When lunch rolls around, you can grab a salad box. Each day will offer both vegetarian and meat options - again, all made right here on the premises.
Also on offer: hot and hearty soups, fresh paninis and a range of sandwiches. Alongside the classic combinations will be daily specials.
Andras is known for his delicious cakes, too - he'll be selling a too-die-for selection of homemade baked goods every day.
Dietary Restrictions: If you have any allergies or special requests, please do not hesitate to ask the cafe team for advice or adjusted dishes.
We have a huge range of active Clubs and Societies for students to join!
Whether you've been doing it for years or feel like trying something new, there are an enormous variety of opportunities via student societies at the London campus! Get involved, make new friends, have fun, and be part of the student community!
- Sports clubs
- Special Interest Societies
- Volunteering opportunities
- Student media
- Campaigning groups
Joining a student society couldn't be easier! We'll explain it all at your induction, and also how to start your own. Any questions? Contact Solene Hoyez: email@example.com
How to get to the campus
Arriving into St Pancras International*
* From here, you can take the Underground. Get a Metropolitan line train, alighting at Finchley Road station. From here, you can take bus 13 or 113, alighting at Lyncroft Gardens, or walk up Finchley Road for approximatively 20 minutes.
Maps and nearby attractions