Do you want to learn more about ESCP Business School?

Register and join our Online Open Day!


[If you are italian speaking, click here to learn more about the Italian Open Day]

From 6th to 9th February, the ESCP Business School Turin Campus will virtually open its doors to anyone who wants to learn more about the world's first business school and its programmes.  

By joining the ESCP community of more than 8,500 students each year and 73,000 alumni working in 150 countries around the world, you will have the opportunity to live and study at our six European campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw. 

During the Online Open Days, you will attend programme presentations held by our recruiters and meet ESCP students and alumni who will tell you about their educational and professional path. You can interact with the speakers and ask questions about requirements, courses, internships, scholarships and much more.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn more about the school and its values: register now for the presentation of the programme you are interested in. 

During the Open Day you can learn more about: 

- Bachelor in Management (BSc): Bachelor degree in general management that allows you to live and study 3 years in 3 countries of your choice between Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Turin. 
- MSc in International Food & Beverage Management: a specialised Master degree, ranked #1 in the world in the F&B sector by the Eduniversal Best Master Ranking 2021. You will study 15 months between Turin and Paris. 
- MBA in International Management: a 10-month full-time MBA designed for young professionals with at least 3 years of postgraduate work experience who want to boost their professional career. 

Online Open Day Agenda:

•    6th February - 12.30 pm (GMT+1) - Bachelor in Management (BSc) – Register
•    7th February - 4.30 pm (GMT+1) - MSc in International Food & Beverage Management – Register 
•    9th February- 12.30 pm (GMT+1) - MBA in International Management – Register 

Registration is mandatory.