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ESCP-EAP European School of Management


Address/Tel/Fax/E-mail ESCP-EAP Paris Campus
79 avenue de la République
75011 Paris France
Phone : +33 14923 2759
Fax : +33 14923 2290
Email :

ESCP-EAP Oxford Campus
12 Merton Street
Oxford OX1 4JH United Kingdom
Phone : +44 1865 263 200
Fax : +44 1865 251 960
Email :

ESCP-EAP Madrid Campus
Arroyofresno 1
Madrid 28053 Spain
Phone : +34 91 386 2511
Fax : +34 91 373 9229
Email :

ESCP-EAP Berlin Campus
Heubnerweg 6
14059 Berlin
Phone : +49 30 32 00 70
Fax : +49 30 32 00 71 11
Email :
Course International MBA
Type of programme International Full-time MBA programme (entirely in English)
Length of course 12 months (January to December)
Date of commencement Date of commencement : January
Application deadline: 15 October
Class size 50 participants in the International MBA in Paris (90% come from outside France)
There are over 3000 Master's and MBA students at the School; 310 in various MBA programmes.
Cost/Fees 26,000 Euros
Accommodation The MBA office offers assistance in finding accommodation for participants in Paris.
Financial assistance ESCP-EAP offers a limited number of merit-based scholarships to full-time MBA students.
Top recruiters of graduates 3M
AGFA Gaevert
Arthur D. Little
AT Kearney
Banco Central Hispano
Banesto SA
Digital Equipment
Booz Allen & Hamilton
Boston Consulting Group
British Telecom
Carlsberg France
Deloitte & Touche
Ericsson Radio Systems Ab
Ernst & Young
Eurogroup Consultants
Fidelity Investment
Goldfarb Consultants
France Telecom - Global One
General Electric
Hay Management Consultancy
Hewlett Packard
IBM Ireland
Init Conseil
Midland Bank
Motorola Cellular Division
Ogilvy & Mather
Paine Webber
Philip Morris
Price Waterhouse Coopers
Renault Automation
Schneider Electric
Siemens SA
Singapore Telecom
Exchange Partner Schools ESCP-EAP has 40 partner schools around the world. The International MBA programme, however, is too intensive and concentrated to allow for international exchanges. International exposure and experience is gained through the multicultural make-up of the student body, the international seminars held in Berlin, Warsaw, Brussels, Madrid and Silicon Valley, and the international consultancy project.


Universität Wien,
Institut für Betriebswirtschaftslehre, Vienna

Ecole de Commerce Solvay, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels

Czech Republic
Vysoka Skola Ekonomicka, Prague

Helsinki School of Economics and Business Administration

Technische Universität Berlin, Fachbereich Wirtschaft und Management,
Berlin Humboldt Universität,
Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät, Berlin

Handelshochschule, Leipzig

Trinity College, Business, Economics and Social Studies Department, Dublin
University College Dublin, Faculty of Commerce

Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali (LUISS), Rome
Universita degli studi di Torino, Faculty of Economics, Turin

Norwegian School of Management (BI), Sandvika-Oslo

Instituto Superior de Economia de Gestao, Lisbon

Universidad de Deusto, Facultad de Ciencias Economicas y Empresariales, Bilbao
Universidad Complutense, Facultad de Ciencias Economicas y Empresariales, Madrid

The University of Lund, Department of Business Administration, Sweden

Hochschule St Gallen für Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften, St Gallen

City University Business School, London
Lancaster University, Management School
University of Bath, School of Management

The Middle East

University of Tel-Aviv, Faculty of Management

Beirut School of Business (Centre Supérieur des Affaires, Beyrouth)

North America

HEC Montréal
University of Toronto, Rotman Centre for Management

Babson College, Wellesley, Boston
College of William & Mary, Virginia
College of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Red McCombs Business School, University of Texas, Austin
University of Washington, Seattle
University of Wisconsin, Madison

South America

Universidad de San Andrès, Buenos Aires

Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chili (PUC), Santiago

Instituto Technologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey


Renmin University of China, Beijing

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad
Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow

Chuo University, Faculties of Economics and Commerce, Tokyo
Osaka University, Faculty of Economics
Kobe University, School of Business Administration

Asian Institute of Technology, School of Management, Bangkok
Course Director Frédéric Fréry
Scientific Director of the International MBA in Paris
Faculty *Number of full-time faculty 124 (50 non-French)
*Number of part-time faculty & affiliates 40 (12 non-French)
*Faculty members with doctorate degree 80%
*Faculty members having taught outside their home country: over 80%
*Foreign faculty members 40% (i.e. non-French)
*Faculty members with management experience 99%
Admission requirements
  • 3 years of relevant work experience (on average our MBA students have worked for 5 years before entering the programme)
  • a Bachelor's degree or equivalent
  • fluency in English (a TOEFL score of 600 is required for non-native English speakers)
  • the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
  • a complete application package (including recommendation letters)
  • Student profile 1. Countries of origin (number) 21
    2. Ratio Men:Women 70:30
    3. Age Range 25-35
    4. Average Age 31 years
    5. Average Work Experience 5 years
    Contact person Adrienne Burton-Lorite
    Office of MBA Admissions
    ESCP-EAP European School of Management
    Paris Campus
    79 avenue de la République
    75011 Paris
    Phone : +33 14923 2759
    Fax : +33 14923 2290


    Course/Program description

    The aims of our English-language International MBA are three-fold

    1. to develop core knowledge in cutting-edge management theories and related concepts
    2. to provide participants throughout the programme with opportunities to put theory into practice, thereby developing managerial skills
    3. to enhance performance and capability through intensive personal development

    Our International MBA comprises a mix of core courses, electives, workshops, international seminars and a team consultancy project.

    · The core courses cover all key management fields and are delivered early in the programme before participants begin to specialise;
    · Elective courses are delivered from April onwards to enable participants to build and personalise his expertise;
    · To enrich the programme, workshops with other academic programmes offered at ESCP-EAP are offered;
    · A series of international seminars is offered in different cities to address specific managerial issues in a global context.

    Core courses represent the central part of the International MBA programme. There are 12 modules: managerial economics, corporate strategy, marketing, fundamentals of e-business, accounting and cost analysis, corporate finance, operations management, human resource management, organisational behaviour, entrepreneurship, comparative business law, decision sciences.

    Electives are reviewed each year so that MBA participants benefit from the most up-to-date developments in business and management. A minimum of 15 participants is required for an elective to run. Current electives include: innovation management, knowledge management, e-commerce, competitive intelligence, project management, country analysis, industry analysis, mergers and acquisitions, global strategy.

    Workshops focus on special cross-disciplinary issues. The approach is based on real-life case studies and teamwork. Each workshop is organised over a 3-day period and corresponds to 18 class hours. Recent topics include: information and telecommunication technologies: issues and perspectives; creativity; cross cultural management; negotiation; business ethics; business simulation.

    International seminars are intensive one-week seminars designed to provide participants with a clear vision of the changing global business environment. Three European seminars are organised in co-operation with partner institutions. Week-long seminars include conferences and company visits. Emphasis is on legal and regulatory issues (Brussels), business opportunities (Berlin and Warsaw), and the characteristics of business in Southern Europe (Madrid). An optional seminar looks at trends and developments in Silicon Valley.

    The International Consultancy Project is an essential part of the programme. It provides participants with the opportunity to work on "live" projects under the supervision of a faculty member. The aim is to enable participants to strengthen their team working skills and to apply knowledge acquired during the MBA course. The project is conducted for a company or a partner institution, which provides a work theme and is willing to invest resources (time, corporate information, logistics) in the project. The final report should lead to proposals or action plan for the client.


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