Review of ESCP MSc Digital Project Management & Consulting program


Viren

Hi Everyone,

I went across though the entire forum but did not find any relevant details for MSc Digital Project Management & Consulting Program at ESCP Madrid & Berlin Campus. Also there is no ranking anywhere in top site like FT, QS, Eduniversal, Economist etc.

I would like to request for a review on this program of ESCP primarily offered at the Madrid Campus & specifically considering English speaking International Students on the following parameters –
1) Job prospects or placement after program. What is the overall past employment percentage?
2) Employment opportunities in Spain provided ESCP a French School.
3) Is it comparable to top rank programs of ESCP like Marketing & Digital Media, Marketing & Creativity, Finance, International project management etc.
4) How good is the course curriculum?
5) Is it an emerging program based on its specialization considering the current trends or just a random specialization of no clear future?
6) Is it a good program considering International Students in mind?
7) How good is Madrid campus
8) Job roles after programs.
Thanks a lot

Hi Everyone,

I went across though the entire forum but did not find any relevant details for MSc Digital Project Management & Consulting Program at ESCP Madrid & Berlin Campus. Also there is no ranking anywhere in top site like FT, QS, Eduniversal, Economist etc.

I would like to request for a review on this program of ESCP primarily offered at the Madrid Campus & specifically considering English speaking International Students on the following parameters –
1) Job prospects or placement after program. What is the overall past employment percentage?
2) Employment opportunities in Spain provided ESCP a French School.
3) Is it comparable to top rank programs of ESCP like Marketing & Digital Media, Marketing & Creativity, Finance, International project management etc.
4) How good is the course curriculum?
5) Is it an emerging program based on its specialization considering the current trends or just a random specialization of no clear future?
6) Is it a good program considering International Students in mind?
7) How good is Madrid campus
8) Job roles after programs.
Thanks a lot
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Duncan

These seem like great questions to pose to alumni of that programme, whom you will not find in this forum. Try LinkedIn. 

[Edited by Duncan on Jul 11, 2021]

These seem like great questions to pose to alumni of that programme, whom you will not find in this forum. Try LinkedIn. 
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Viren

Hey Duncan, Thanks for the reply.
I actually tried reaching out to many via LinkedIn, some of which who replied back only spoke about ESCP – their career service, employment rate. Which is fine I know ESCP is a great school but I was kind of concerned about the program.
Firstly I think the program is recently established so there weren’t many alumnus to find. Also I did find many international students enrolled to the program currently but not any Non-European students. However as per my understanding this program should be filled with English speaking international students since it’s not a marketing or finance program which may have a strong requirement of learning the local language in comparison, if I may put it that way.

So I was seeking an expert advice on the forum, which I feel only your strong network, Mr. Duncan can help me find answers to this dilemma. I have gone through many expert post of yours, hence I humbly wanted to request for your kind advice in this matter.
+ This post will be of great help for those joining in future to the program.

Hey Duncan, Thanks for the reply.
<div>I actually tried reaching out to many via LinkedIn, some of which who replied back only spoke about ESCP – their career service, employment rate. Which is fine I know ESCP is a great school but I was kind of concerned about the program.
</div><div>Firstly I think the program is recently established so there weren’t many alumnus to find. Also I did find many international students enrolled to the program currently but not any Non-European students. However as per my understanding this program should be filled with English speaking international students since it’s not a marketing or finance program which may have a strong requirement of learning the local language in comparison, if I may put it that way.
</div><br><div>So I was seeking an expert advice on the forum, which I feel only your strong network, Mr. Duncan can help me find answers to this dilemma. I have gone through many expert post of yours, hence I humbly wanted to request for your kind advice in this matter.
</div><div>+ This post will be of great help for those joining in future to the program.</div>
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Duncan

It's very unlikely that there will be any demanding programme of local language learning in that degree. Although employers need local language skills, many students prefer to study in English and avoid the heavy lifting of meeting employer demand. 

[Edited by Duncan on Jul 11, 2021]

It's very unlikely that there will be any demanding programme of local language learning in that degree. Although employers need local language skills, many students prefer to study in English and avoid the heavy lifting of meeting employer demand.&nbsp;
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mba hipste...

Obligatory link to Duncan's local language post here:

https://find-mba.com/board/europe/do-you-need-to-speak-the-local-language-29546

Obligatory link to Duncan's local language post here:<br><br>https://find-mba.com/board/europe/do-you-need-to-speak-the-local-language-29546
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