A Legendary City for An Unforgettable Experience
The city is a constant invitation to discover its monuments. Architecture, museums, star exhibitions, gastronomy, theatres, fashion shows and trendy shops, Paris offers the largest concentration of attractions.
Attractive Place to Study
The campus is literally at the crossroads of new economic and societal trends shaping the future of the French capital.
A Key Location to Launch your Career
Entrepreneurial spirit is encouraged by the facilities and extensive network of connections offered. The Paris campus is an active player with its incubator and hub for student start-ups.
ESCP - Paris
Regularly occupying top spots in national and international rankings, ESCP counts among the most prestigious French Grandes Écoles. Founded in 1819, ESCP in Paris symbolises our historical starting point as the World’s First Business School and represents our biggest campus with ~100 professors and 4,000 students per year.
ESCP is part of the Sorbonne Alliance and offers dual degrees with renowned schools and universities such as CentraleSupélec, ENSAE, Ferrandi, IFM, Mines ParisTech, or Panthéon Sorbonne University. Many companies and organisations continuously work with us due to the expertise of our faculty, their pedagogy and research, as well as the top quality of our students and alumni.
Two sites composed of 50,000m2 constitute our campus in the City of Lights. While the République site inspires through its building classified as a historical monument, our Montparnasse site shines by its modern architecture, infrastructure, and equipment. Together with more than fifty student societies and several sports teams, a strong sense of community prevails. Get to know the most international and European business schools in France and beyond and visit us.
Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, ESCP, the Institut national d’Études démographiques, and the Fondation Maison des sciences de l’Homme are joining forces in a partnership designed to meet the challenge of human and social sciences studies in French universities.
Engagements en faveur de l’égalité professionnelle entre femmes et hommes
Dans le cadre de la loi pour la liberté de choisir son avenir professionnel de septembre 2018, il a été demandé aux entreprises de démontrer leurs résultats en matière d’égalité professionnelle avec un « Index d’égalité professionnelle femmes-hommes » à publier chaque année. Pour ce faire, cet index a été calculé selon les méthodes de calcul fournies par le Ministère du travail.
Pour l'année 2021, ESCP a obtenu un score de 86 sur 100 (+8 pts par rapport à 2020). Forte de cette progression, ESCP souhaite continuer à renforcer sa politique en matière d’égalité professionnelle et à s'engager, dans le cadre d'un accord collectif, à promouvoir l’égalité professionnelle entre les femmes et les hommes et à assurer un cadre de travail sûr et sain pour ses collaborateurs.
À travers cet accord, ESCP vise à lutter contre les discriminations à chaque étape de la vie professionnelle des salariés et mettre en place des mesures pour mieux favoriser l’équilibre entre vie professionnelle et vie personnelle.
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The ESCP Paris campuses covers 50,000 m² in the heart of Paris.
It covers 35,000 m²
- 2 large amphitheatres + 20 amphitheatres
- 6 research centers
- 55 classrooms + 10 IT rooms
- 1 restaurant + 1 cafeteria + 1 forum
- 1 "couloir des Associations" (student unions rooms)
- 1 gymnasium + 1 fitness room
It covers 15,000 m²
- 1 large amphitheatre + 3 amphitheatres
- 46 classrooms + 13 IT rooms
- 1 audio-visual studio
- 1 cafeteria + 1 forum
- 1 fitness room
One campus, two sites
The Paris campus République and the Paris campus Montparnasse
Paris campus République
The Paris campus République site is situated downtown in the 11th arrondissement, in the heart of Paris. Steeped in nearly two two hundred years of history, it is the largest of the six campuses and hosts the largest number of Faculty and students. The building is classified as a historical monument. With extensive campus facilities, a strong sense of school spirit and community prevails.
Paris campus Montparnasse
The Paris campus Montparnasse site has modern infrastructures and is fully equipped to offer students and executive education participants the best experience.
The two Paris campus libraries provide collections and facilities designed to support learning, teaching and research activities. Dynamic and welcoming library teams deliver customised services for students and professors.
- Two libraries, on both Parisian campus sites
- Large range of databases available from the ESCP intranet covering business, management, finance, economics and social sciences
- Print and digital literature referenced on a common online catalogue
-Services intended to meet the students and professors' information needs
The trading room
The trading Room is an integral part of all programmes hosted at the School.
ESCP prides itself on offering its students an education that moves far beyond the traditional lecture hall set-up, and nothing embodies this better than the simulation run in our Trading Room.
The most interesting aspect of using the Trading Room is the realism. Because you are not alone in the room, you feel the competition and the tension, which makes you concentrate even more on what you are doing. you are completely focused and able to learn so much faster because of it.
Student life is shaped by the initiatives and activities offered by some 50 clubs and associations.
Central association of the associative life of ESCP, the student’s union (BDE, "Bureau des Elèves") is in charge of animating the school’s life. Hence it organizes:
- Student parties, amongst which "La Nuit de la Capitale" and "La Nuit de l'Intégration", the two most important student parties of Paris intra-muros;
- The Integration Week-end, known as the "WEI";
- The representation of the school in events such as the Technoparade.
Sports are not only a tradition at ESCP since 1882, but also an opportunity for students to continue or start new sports, in the heart of Paris. We offer 30 different sports and a sports service made of two managers, 32 professors/trainers (4400 course hours), 2 sports rooms (one fitness/muscle-building room) on the Campus and 16 other sportive infrastructures elsewhere, organise 350 games per year as well as 9 training camps outside Paris.
How to get to the campus
Rue Saint-Maur Station
on line 3
on lines 4 / 6 / 13
Exit 2 - Place Bienvenüe
on line 12
Saint-Maur – Jean-Aicard on lines 20 - 96
Père Lachaise or Ménilmontant on line 71
Saint-Ambroise on line 46
on lines 91 / 92 / 94 / 95 / 96
Vélib Métropole is a large-scale public bicycle sharing system in Paris. Bicycle stations are located across Paris and in some surrounding municipalities.
Maps and nearby attractions