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With only a few weeks to go until 'Brexit Day', there is very little else dominating the headlines in the United Kingdom right now. 

The nation's impending departure from the EU has many implications that we are yet to fully understand, and as a pan-European business school it is natural that ESCP Europe is a key player in the conversation around the impact on the business of higher education. 

Indeed, our response to Brexit was one of the reasons Times Higher Education awarded the London Campus 'UK Business School of the Year' in late 2018 (read more).

In a continued commitment to being a leading voice on this issue, Prof. Simon Mercado, Dean of ESCP Europe's London Campus, was interviewed by QS Top MBA:

"In all scenarios, our major challenge will be to ensure the school continues to form a bridge between the UK and Europe," he said. 

"We’re a successful European institution in the UK and a UKHE with a beating heart in Paris and wider Europe. Our mission in the UK will remain focused on connecting our economies and management talent, and on offering a home for those looking to invest in their European identities and in a European future."

You can read the full interview by visiting The next event in our 'Rethinking Europe' series will be announced very soon.