ESCP Europe?


jaba7
Have you heard about ESCP Europe? Which is based in London, Paris, Madrid, Berlin, ect and they are having other campuses as well...

Do you think is it worth to do MEB degree there (Master in European Business) ? As they don't have MBA but it's very similar to MBA.

Thanks for your advices in advance.
Have you heard about ESCP Europe? Which is based in London, Paris, Madrid, Berlin, ect and they are having other campuses as well...

Do you think is it worth to do MEB degree there (Master in European Business) ? As they don't have MBA but it's very similar to MBA.

Thanks for your advices in advance.
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Duncan
Great school. The MEB is for Asians who want to sell exports to Europe.
Great school. The MEB is for Asians who want to sell exports to Europe.
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jaba7
But as a school you think it's has good reputation in France? Will it be easy to find job after Finishing ESCP? But do you think it's better to do MEB or any other Master's degree as they don't have MBA unfortunately. :(
But as a school you think it's has good reputation in France? Will it be easy to find job after Finishing ESCP? But do you think it's better to do MEB or any other Master's degree as they don't have MBA unfortunately. :(
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Duncan
This is one of the top handful in France. But that program is not for people to find work in France. To do that you must first speak French.
This is one of the top handful in France. But that program is not for people to find work in France. To do that you must first speak French.
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ezra
You might want to look at more traditional MBA programs in France if you want to end up with a job there. An MBA from a top school will provide you with more substantial on-the-ground career services as well as a more France-specific alumni network. You can start by looking at these schools:

INSEAD
HEC Paris
EMLYON
ESSEC
Bordeaux Management School
You might want to look at more traditional MBA programs in France if you want to end up with a job there. An MBA from a top school will provide you with more substantial on-the-ground career services as well as a more France-specific alumni network. You can start by looking at these schools:

INSEAD
HEC Paris
EMLYON
ESSEC
Bordeaux Management School
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donho199
ESSEC will open up a new campus in Singapore
ESSEC will open up a new campus in Singapore
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maubia
ESSEC will open up a new campus in Singapore


Yes,
there's some info in the FT:

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/ab6992dc-240f-11e2-9509-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2BR9mywSu
<blockquote>ESSEC will open up a new campus in Singapore</blockquote>

Yes,
there's some info in the FT:

http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/ab6992dc-240f-11e2-9509-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2BR9mywSu

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ralph
Interesting... Looks like ESSEC will start offering its master in management degree and EMBA next year, and then its full-time MBA starting in 2014.

Looks like the options for full-time MBA programs in Singapore are growing.
Interesting... Looks like ESSEC will start offering its master in management degree and EMBA next year, and then its full-time MBA starting in 2014.

Looks like the options for full-time MBA programs in Singapore are growing.
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Duncan
There's a great ranking of French schools at http://www.letudiant.fr/palmares/classement-esc/classement-general-0001.html

For anyone wanting to work in France, rather than study in English and then leave the country, these great schools to focus on -- especially the top ten.
There's a great ranking of French schools at http://www.letudiant.fr/palmares/classement-esc/classement-general-0001.html

For anyone wanting to work in France, rather than study in English and then leave the country, these great schools to focus on -- especially the top ten.
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ralph
Thanks for that list, Duncan. Here's a quick run-down of the top 10:

1. Audencia Nantes
2. BEM Bordeaux
3. EBS Paris
4. EDC Paris
5. EDHEC
6. EMLYON
7. EM Normandie
8. EM Strasbourg
9. ESC Amiens-Picardie
10. ESC Brest

It's somewhat interesting how this list diverges from the more international rankings. Audencia Nantes, EDHEC, BEM, and EMLYON are all strong global-facing schools while still holding their own on the domestic side. On the other hand, we don't see the more international-facing schools on this domestic list (I'm thinking of INSEAD and HEC Paris.)
Thanks for that list, Duncan. Here's a quick run-down of the top 10:

1. Audencia Nantes
2. BEM Bordeaux
3. EBS Paris
4. EDC Paris
5. EDHEC
6. EMLYON
7. EM Normandie
8. EM Strasbourg
9. ESC Amiens-Picardie
10. ESC Brest

It's somewhat interesting how this list diverges from the more international rankings. Audencia Nantes, EDHEC, BEM, and EMLYON are all strong global-facing schools while still holding their own on the domestic side. On the other hand, we don't see the more international-facing schools on this domestic list (I'm thinking of INSEAD and HEC Paris.)
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donho199
Hello the ranking only rank Grande Ecole school sort of elite public schools so INSEAD is out.

Also i thought they rank by academic excellence combined with hiring attraction which put 3 Paris schools at the top together with EDHEC and Lyon
Hello the ranking only rank Grande Ecole school sort of elite public schools so INSEAD is out.

Also i thought they rank by academic excellence combined with hiring attraction which put 3 Paris schools at the top together with EDHEC and Lyon
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donho199
Ralph that is the alphabetical listing that is what happens when you go to france speaking only english man. bloody confusing they think and do in a very peculiar manner.
Ralph that is the alphabetical listing that is what happens when you go to france speaking only english man. bloody confusing they think and do in a very peculiar manner.
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ralph
Ralph that is the alphabetical listing

Oh sorry, my mistake.

Here's the top 10 in proper order (ranked by academic excellence):

1. HEC (Jouy-en-Josas)
2. ESSEC
3. ESCP
4. EM Lyon
5. EDHEC
6. Audencia Nantes
7. ESC Grenoble
8. IESEG
9. Rouen Business School
10. Toulouse

It certainly makes a bit more sense in that order!
<blockquote>Ralph that is the alphabetical listing</blockquote>
Oh sorry, my mistake.

Here's the top 10 in proper order (ranked by academic excellence):

1. HEC (Jouy-en-Josas)
2. ESSEC
3. ESCP
4. EM Lyon
5. EDHEC
6. Audencia Nantes
7. ESC Grenoble
8. IESEG
9. Rouen Business School
10. Toulouse

It certainly makes a bit more sense in that order!
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maubia
bloody confusing they think and do in a very peculiar manner.


You miss the latin side :-)
<blockquote>bloody confusing they think and do in a very peculiar manner. </blockquote>

You miss the latin side :-)
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Memi
Hello to all,
We are just organizing a FREE webinar about studies and programmes at ESCP Europe. During the session you can ask all questions you may have...You can easily sign up for free here:
http://web2present.com/upcoming-webinars-details.php?id=125
Hello to all,
We are just organizing a FREE webinar about studies and programmes at ESCP Europe. During the session you can ask all questions you may have...You can easily sign up for free here:
http://web2present.com/upcoming-webinars-details.php?id=125
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