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I am an MBA student at ESCP Business School (Paris and Berlin track) and our MBA in International Management provides young professionals with the business skills and mindset for a successful international career. It is a full time MBA in two different countries, with a strong multicultural approach.


If you have any question or doubt, feel free to ask me!





Valérie-Anne Ramis - ESCP MBA student Ambassador

[Edited by Valérie-Anne Ramis - ESCP MBA student Ambassador on Mar 15, 2021]

I am an MBA student at ESCP Business School (Paris and Berlin track) and our MBA in International Management provides young professionals with the business skills and mindset for a successful international career. It is a full time MBA in two different countries, with a strong multicultural approach. <br><br>
If you have any question or doubt, feel free to ask me!<br><br>
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Valérie-Anne Ramis - ESCP MBA student Ambassador
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StuartHE

Hey Valérie-Anne

1] What percentage of the non-European students are able to find work in Europe, and how does that differ between those who do, or do not, speak the local language?

2] Why don't they spell-check this stuff? https://escp.eu/sites/default/files/PDF/Programmes/MBA/Job-Report-MBA.pdf

Hey Valérie-Anne<br><br>1] What percentage of the non-European students are able to find work in Europe, and how does that differ between those who do, or do not, speak the local language?<br><br>2] Why don't they spell-check this stuff? https://escp.eu/sites/default/files/PDF/Programmes/MBA/Job-Report-MBA.pdf
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mba hipste...


lol. That's very un- "professionnal" of them. 

[quote]<br><br>2] Why don't they spell-check this stuff? https://escp.eu/sites/default/files/PDF/Programmes/MBA/Job-Report-MBA.pdf [/quote]<br>lol. That's very un- "professionnal" of them.&nbsp;
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Hello,

I found the answers to your questions:

1. Among the respondents, 48% of non-European students claim to be working in Europe after their MBA at ESCP.

Language courses are provided as part of the curriculum so that the local language is no longer a barrier but an added value on the students' CV.

2/ I communicated this information. It will be changed very soon ;) Thank you for telling me!


I remain at your disposal.

Regards,


Valérie-Anne Ramis
ESCP MBA Student Ambassador

Hello,<br><br>I found the answers to your questions:<br><br>1. Among the respondents, 48% of non-European students claim to be working in Europe after their MBA at ESCP.<br><br>Language courses are provided as part of the curriculum so that the local language is no longer a barrier but an added value on the students' CV.<br><br>2/ I communicated this information. It will be changed very soon ;) Thank you for telling me!<br><br><br>I remain at your disposal.<br><br>Regards,<br><br><br>Valérie-Anne Ramis<br>ESCP MBA Student Ambassador<br>
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Duncan

Hey Valérie-Anne, can you say something about the expectations that someone should have about language improvement alongside a demanding MBA in English? For example, if an Asian on the Paris-Berlin track speaks neither French nor German on arrival, they might struggle to be above A2 or B1 if very talented by the end of the degree. That is nothing like professional-level fluency, and does not remove the language barrier. 

Hey Valérie-Anne, can you say something about the expectations that someone should have about language improvement alongside a demanding MBA in English? For example, if an Asian on the Paris-Berlin track speaks neither French nor German on arrival, they might struggle to be above A2 or B1 if very talented by the end of the degree. That is nothing like professional-level fluency, and does not remove the language barrier.&nbsp;
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Dear Duncan,

To my knowledge, several people (including 2 Asian people) have started their MBA with me in Paris/Berlin or Madrid without speaking neither French, German or Spanish. ESCP offers the opportunity to learn 1 or 2 language(s). I can myself testify to their progress in French as they decided to focus only on their French class. I was very impressed by one of them. The school provides the means. Afterwards, the involvement of everyone determines the language level and progress.

In my case, thanks to ESCP, I started German class!

I hope I answered your question. Don't hesitate if I can help!





Hey Valérie-Anne, can you say something about the expectations that someone should have about language improvement alongside a demanding MBA in English? For example, if an Asian on the Paris-Berlin track speaks neither French nor German on arrival, they might struggle to be above A2 or B1 if very talented by the end of the degree. That is nothing like professional-level fluency, and does not remove the language barrier. 

Dear Duncan,<br><br>To my knowledge, several people (including 2 Asian people) have started their MBA with me in Paris/Berlin or Madrid without speaking neither French, German or Spanish. ESCP offers the opportunity to learn 1 or 2 language(s). I can myself testify to their progress in French as they decided to focus only on their French class. I was very impressed by one of them. The school provides the means. Afterwards, the involvement of everyone determines the language level and progress.<br><br>In my case, thanks to ESCP, I started German class!<br><br>I hope I answered your question. Don't hesitate if I can help!<br><br><br><br><br><br>[quote]Hey Valérie-Anne, can you say something about the expectations that someone should have about language improvement alongside a demanding MBA in English? For example, if an Asian on the Paris-Berlin track speaks neither French nor German on arrival, they might struggle to be above A2 or B1 if very talented by the end of the degree. That is nothing like professional-level fluency, and does not remove the language barrier.&nbsp; [/quote]
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Duncan

Vielen Dank, Valérie-Anne. :)

Vielen Dank, Valérie-Anne. :)
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