ESCP Business School is the world's first business school. Established in 1819, it has six urban campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw.
The school offers cross-cultural business education and is invested in helping students develop the key skills needed to thrive in the global business environment. ESCP Business School welcomes more than 5,000 students and 5,000 executives from 100 different nations every year, providing a range of general and specialised programmes, including the Bachelor in Management (BSc).
The School has a network of 130 partner universities that extends its reach and allows students to make the most of opportunities worldwide.
The school has a 55,000 strong alumni network with members from 200 nationalities. This network gives current students support and careers advice by staying integrated with the School. ESCP Business School also has an excellent in-house Careers Service with established relationships with national and multinational companies, allowing the School to provide opportunities on an international scale.
The Careers Service provides a wide range of group and one-on-one workshops (including CV building and interview techniques), offers advice on how to be successful when approaching companies for internship or job opportunities, and runs a number of networking events and company visits throughout the year.
As well as full-time members of staff who are experts in their fields, over 700 working professionals with a wide range of experience contribute to ESCP Business School programmes.
The School specialises in business education, offering a range of programmes including an Executive MBA, MBA in International Management and Bachelor in Management (BSc). As part of their studies, students are given the opportunity to spend time at different ESCP Business School campuses across Europe and partner universities abroad, as well as gaining proficiency in languages and benefiting from industry contacts.
Assessment will be via a range of different methods, including assignments, report writing, case studies, individual and group projects, and final examinations.
Elected by students, the Student Union and the student council AGORA play important roles within the school. AGORA bridges the gap between the student body and the administration, providing a forum to propose and discuss ideas concerning life as a student at ESCP Business School. The Student Union organises social events which encourage interaction amongst different programmes and year groups.
All six campuses are based in central, urban locations, meaning students can easily access a range of accommodation options and local transport links.
Students can choose to stay in private student accommodation (halls of residence) or to rent a room or apartment through local rental agencies.
Please contact ESCP Business School staff for more detailed information and/or assistance about accommodation options relating to each campus.
Each campus has a wide range of facilities including student clubs and associations as well as IT services, quiet study areas, libraries, cafeterias, wireless internet access and tutorial rooms. The campuses are set amongst bustling city life with a number of research centres, fitness centres and sporting facilities within close proximity.
Each academic year, Bachelor’s in management (BSc) students have the opportunity to study at one of their urban European campuses in either London, Paris, Madrid, Turin or Berlin. This gives the unparalleled experience of living and studying in different countries and cultures.
Each city provides its own unique experience; and with campuses all centrally located you will never be far from the action, allowing students to make the most of all the restaurants, bars, nightlife, museums and galleries on offer.
Student life on each campus is shaped by the initiatives offered by some 50 clubs and associations which organise networking and cultural events, lectures from prestigious speakers, political discussions and debates, sporting tournaments, social events and humanitarian ventures. For example, active societies and clubs at the London campus include:
There’s a wide range of student support services available for those studying at ESCP Business School, with dedicated Programme Office Coordinators for each programme, and a number of Bachelor Academic Advisers to assist with issues, academic or personal.
There is also a support network across the six campuses providing counselling, and online advice via the student intranet.
Fees vary depending on your chosen course. For up-to-date fee information please see the individual course pages on the ESCP Business School website.
The ESCP Business School Scholarship Programme is based on a mix of criteria which include merit, diversity and financial need. Scholarships cover tuition fees only, not living expenses.
As the world's first business school, ESCP Business School has a world-renowned reputation in intercultural business education providing an important balance of theory and practice.
They are accredited by AACSB and EQUIS, so students can be certain that they are learning from the best and gaining access to a strong alumni network that will be a huge benefit when looking for internship or job opportunities.
The Bachelor in Management application process consists of two stages: application (direct or via UCAS) and admissions session. You will be required to provide academic records of the last 3 years, a personal statement, one academic reference and English language test scores (if necessary), along with evidence of your interest in management, other languages/cultures.
For more information about entry requirements, please see their website.UCAS TARIFF CALCULATOR
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