Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP

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Bachelor in Management (BSc)
Leading in a Changing World Starts by Choosing a Cross-cultural Journey

Prof. Fabrizio Zerbini, Associate Dean, Bachelor in Management (BSc)

The Bachelor in Management (BSc) allows students to become experts in management science and learn how to make complex decisions. While exploring humanities, they practice how to deal with people and lead teams.
The active learning pedagogy and multinational teamwork, together with the soft-skills workshops, prepare students for their future international careers. The learning-by-doing and real-world experience gained during internships help to further increase their employability.

Your European Academic Director,
Prof. Fabrizio Zerbini, Associate Dean, Bachelor in Management (BSc)

Highlights

Experience the business world first-hand through a multidisciplinary programme in 3 different countries over 3 years

  • Three-year, full-time programme (180 ECTS)
  • Multicultural study track in one institution
  • Curriculum in Management combined with liberal arts, humanities, and language courses
  • Taught in English with some classes in French, Spanish or German
  • Compulsory internships and social impact projects
  • Bachelor of Science in Management degree fully compliant with international standards
3
years
6
possible urban campus locations
50+
differents nationalities
98%
placement upon graduation

Programme Benefits

Become a future leader by acquiring the foundations of management in a multi-disciplinary and inter-cultural context

  • Get to know and understand diverse cultures by living and studying in three different countries, without having to compromise on academic excellence.
  • Acquire the necessary background and knowledge in management, economics, and law, complemented by the fundamentals of maths, accounting and statistics.
  • Learn management through an interdisciplinary approach, and broaden your horizons through liberal arts and language modules.
  • Obtain strong methodological training and develop your personal competencies.
  • Develop presentation, communication and research skills, along with fluent business language.
  • Apply theory to practice in real-life case studies & business simulations.
  • Manage inter-cultural groups and gain insights into working as a team with people from all over the world
  • Join a 60,000–strong international ESCP Alumni Network across 150 countries.
Chiara Bimbatti (Italy) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP

Testimonial

Chiara Bimbatti (Italy)
Track: London - Madrid - Berlin

 

"I have chosen the BSc of ESCP because it is the only programme that merges the study of economics with social studies and foreign languages. It also gives the opportunity of traveling and grasping the cultural differences of many European cities."

Real-World Experience

Gain valuable hands-on business management experience with a focus on working as a team and cross-cultural communication

  • Internships & Social Impact Projects
    The opportunity to put learned concepts and skills into practice in real business situations.
  • Work & Study Track
    Study your final year in Paris and spend your time alternating classes with work at a company.
  • Business Games
    Online simulations played in teams to introduce you to the complexity of business decision-making.
  • Collective Projects
    A creative chance to acquire practical managerial and leadership skills.
Guillaume Danloy (Belgium) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP

Testimonial

Guillaume Danloy (Belgium)
Track: London – Madrid – Berlin

 

"The best thing is that now I know everything that forms a company, and this a great part of the ESCP Bachelor in Management (BSc). I also feel much more international compared to other students."

For more information download the BSc Brochure

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Curriculum

Our curriculum is designed for students who aspire to top international careers.

Combined with hands-on projects, extensive group work, professional internships and a concluding thesis, the Bachelor in Management (BSc) will prepare you for the next steps in your career success, be it in postgraduate study or graduate work opportunities.

Each academic year, you will have the opportunity to study at one of our urban European campuses in Berlin, London, Paris, Madrid or Turin, or to study one year at our partner institution, Tsinghua University in Beijing.

Students must study at a different campus each year of the programme.

Year 1 - London or Paris - 60 ECTS
Language requirements:
London and Paris (English)

Management, Economics & Law Modules
  • Introduction to European Business Administration and Organisations
  • Financial and Managerial Accounting 1
  • Micro-Economics
  • European Institutions and Comparative Political Systems
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics 1
  • Statistics and Probability
Liberal Arts & Humanities Modules
  • Introduction to Psychology and Sociology
  • International Relations and European & World History
Languages & Personal Skills Modules
  • Presentation, Discussion and Rhetoric Skills
  • Computer Skills
  • Languages
Collective Projects, Internships
  • Collective Project 1
  • Internship – 8 weeks (optional)

Year 2 - Madrid, Paris or Turin - 60 ECTS
Language requirements:
Madrid (English and Spanish - B1 minimum) - Turin (English) - Paris (English and French - B1 minimum)

Management, Economics & Law Modules
  • Finance
  • Financial and Managerial Accounting 2
  • Marketing
  • Macro-Economics
  • Contract and Business Law in Europe
  • International and European Business Law and Taxation
  • Fundamentals of Mathematics 2
  • Advanced Statistical Methods
Liberal Arts & Humanities Modules
  • Key Scientific and Technological Issues in Business
Languages & Personal Skills Modules
  • Intercultural Skills
  • Languages
Collective Projects, Internships

Year 3 - Berlin or Paris - 60 ECTS
Language requirements:
Berlin (English and optional classes in German) - Paris (French - C1 minimum): Work and Study track

Management, Economics & Law Modules
  • Strategy and International Management
  • Operations Management and Business Information Systems
  • CSR and Business Ethics
  • Management Elective Courses
  • International Economics
Liberal Arts & Humanities Modules
  • Liberal Arts Elective Courses
Languages & Personal Skills Modules
  • Academic Writing Skills
  • Languages
Collective Projects, Internships
  • Business Game
  • Internship – 12 weeks
  • Bachelor Thesis

Languages

Languages form an important part of the ESCP Bachelor in Management (BSc), with the aim being that all students have gained proficiency in an additional two languages upon graduation.

To make this possible, we provide in-class and digital language courses that are adapted to each student’s level during the three years of the programme. Moreover, starting from the second semester of the second year, some courses in Madrid and Paris will be taught in Spanish and French respectively. In the third year some of the elective courses will be offered in German, with the option of selecting electives taught in English.

Thesis

The Bachelor thesis is a further opportunity for students to enhance the learning and skills gained from the programme and deepen both knowledge and understanding of their chosen field in management.

Each thesis project is supervised and guided by a member of the Faculty or expert in the relevant field. The thesis can be written in English, German, French, Italian or Spanish, and is guided by faculty in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Turin - again reflecting the international dimension of the programme

Anastasia BOLSHEVA (Russia) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP

Testimonial

Anastasia BOLSHEVA (Russia)
Track: London – Turin – Berlin

 

"The Bachelor in Management at ESCP gives you the opportunity to compare different fields of business and see what you like the most. Moreover, due to the small number of students, you can actually learn much more and perform better, also it improves the interaction with professors."

Awarded Degree

The Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme follows international standards and is fully compliant with the EU Bologna process.

France

  • The Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme is recognised as “Diplôme d’études supérieures en commerce et entrepreneuriat” (Visa Bac+3) by the French Ministry of Higher Education Research and Innovation (MESRI) in France.

For more information download the BSc Brochure

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Careers

Careers service

The ESCP Careers Service helps students identify their professional objectives to ensure their career prospects.

Located on each of the six campuses, the Careers Service provides students with the advice, data and tools to connect them with over 30,000 internship opportunities each year.

Patricia Madej (Germany/Ukraine) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP

Testimonial

Patricia Madej (Germany/Ukraine)
Track: London - Madrid - Paris

 

"My studies at ESCP helped me find in which direction I wanted to go for my professional career, something I did not know back when I finished High School. Through internships, my interest in Finance became apparent, so I decided to do an Apprenticeship at a Fund Management Company in Paris."

Graduate Students
2019


67%
chose to start an international professional career
[ 98% placement ]
33%
chose to continue with a Master degree at a renowned institution

Internships and Social Impact Projects

Internships and Social Impact Projects are a crucial component of the BSc programme and are highly valued by potential employers.

Internships

Securing an internship during (or a job after) university is becoming increasingly competitive.

Thanks to ESCP’s strong links with the corporate world, students are offered internships across a range of sectors, including Marketing & Communications, Banking & Finance, Consulting, Food & Beverage, Luxury Brands, E-commerce & IT, Automotive, Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare, Energy & Chemicals, and NGOs.

Recruitment processes are constantly evolving, focusing less on technical knowledge and more on assessing the applicant’s ability to work in a team, their analytical thinking, organisational skills and leadership potential.

For this reason, the BSc curriculum offers a number of personal or “soft” skills workshops to address areas such as presentation techniques and communication competencies.

Laurent Hoegl-Roy (Switzerland/France/Germany) – Bachelor in Management (BSc) - ESCP

Testimonial

Laurent Hoegl-Roy (Switzerland/France/Germany)
Track: London - Paris - Berlin

 

"During my first year as a Bachelor in Management student I managed to land an internship with Airbus! I felt well- prepared for my interviews thanks to the Careers Service, and ultimately I was selected to do a three-month internship at Airbus Defence and Space in Lean Management and Process Optimisation. My internship was even better than I imagined it; I not only gained some new skills, but I also learned a lot about the industry."

Social Impact Projects

Instead of the second-year Internship, students can opt to complete a Social Impact Project, particularly relevant for students interested in future work with not- for-profit organisations.

Students are encouraged to reflect upon pressing social problems, and focus on the growing realisation that sustainable social impact can best be achieved by applying creative management solutions.

Events

The Careers Service hosts a range of events for students each year to help them define and refine their career plans, obtain valuable information, and learn about different job opportunities internationally.

These events include: 

  • Career workshops
  • Company presentations, seminars, conferences, roundtables and interviews with recruiters
  • On-campus general and industry-specific job fairs attracting over 130 companies throughout the year
  • Bootcamps on Consulting, Banking, Tech and Marketing led by ESCP Alumni on how to be recruited by the leading companies in these sectors

Alumni

Building relationships and networks is essential. The ESCP Alumni Association, through its 60,000 active alumni in 150 countries, will help you build strong connections and gain valuable insight into companies and recruiters around the world.
Our Alumni are involved with the Careers Service by attending career and networking events, and offering mentorships, company presentations and industry bootcamps.

Companies Offering Internships and Recruiting ESCP Graduates

Companies who recruit ESCP Graduates
BP
Apple
BMV
Oxfam
HSBC
Google
Deutsche Bank
L'ORÉAL
Goldman Sachs
Hermès Paris
IBM
Pfizer
Amazon
Companies offering internships to ESCP Students
Bacardi Martini
LVMH
M&CSAATCHI
Bloomberg
UBER
Bulgari
Juicy Couture
EY
Saatchi & Saatchi
J.P.Morgan
KPMG
Twenty First Capital

For more information download the BSc Brochure

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Admissions

IMPORTANT

Admissions for the intake of September 2020 are now closed.

Applications for the intake of September 2021 will open in mid-October 2020.

The Bachelor programme begins every September. The application process operates on a rolling deadline system from October to July. Selective recruitment ensures you only study alongside the highest calibre students.

Visa

Non-European Economic Area (EEA) and non-Swiss nationals will need a visa to study in the UK or EU. ESCP is able to sponsor students for their visas and to provide the required Visa Letter upon confirmation of enrolment. Please be aware you must refer to the relevant government website(s) for updated visa information.

Non-EU/EEA students joining the Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme starting in London and applying for a UK Tier 4 visa will need to provide evidence of their English level via:

  • TOEFL: ETS has launched the TOEFL iBT ® Special Home Edition test in selected areas to meet the needs of students affected by test centre closures. For more information please visit their website. 
  • IELTS: IELTS Indicator (online test) is not confirmed as approved by UK Visa Immigration yet but, the situation is evolving quickly. Please visit their website for more information.
  • Pearson: The Pearson Test of English (PTE) is now approved for UK Visas and Immigration

In case you are unable to take one of these tests, the London campus team can arrange an in-house English Language test. Further information is available from the Admissions Team.

For further details regarding Visas please contact:

Note: visa conditions for UK may change in 2021. Please make sure to contact our staff for up-to-date information.

2nd Year Direct Admission
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Step 1: Online application

Option 1: Apply directly at our website

Your application should include:
  • Academic transcripts from the last 3 years
  • Secondary School examination certificates (if already held, or upon receipt)
  • Personal Statement in English
  • Name and contact details of one academic referee
  • English language test scores (if required): IELTS 6.5 / TOEFL 90 / CAE 180
  • CV/Resume
  • Supporting documents for additional languages spoken
  • Copy of ID/Passport

Option 2: Apply via Parcoursup*

Go to Parcoursup.fr and select ESCP if you are taking a French baccalauréat and want to start the first year of the BSc in Paris.

Option 3: Apply via UCAS*

Go to UCAS.com and select:

  • Institution Code: E79
  • Course Code: N200
  • Campus Code: M
  • Institution code name: ESCP
  • Short form of course: BScManage

Option 4: Apply via Common App*

Go to CommonApp.org and search for “ESCP Business School”.

* Students who do not apply through our website will supply the documents as requested by Parcoursup, UCAS or Common App. The School will assess these documents and may require the additional information as per our direct application.

Applications for the 2021 intake will open in October 2020

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Step 2: Personal Interview

Successful applicants will be invited to attend an oral interview with at least two people, including faculty members.

The interview is designed to assess the candidate’s motivation, the match between the profile and the curriculum, and her/his personality (adaptability, maturity, openness to an international experience, etc.).
Whilst we prefer to meet students to person, distance interview (via Skype) may be available.

Admission calendar

Step 3: Admissions Results

The School will send the admission results and, if the candidate is admitted, it will be offered:

  • A place (unconditional or conditional) on the programme with a deadline by which to respond
  • Study-Track option (e.g. 1st year: London / 2nd year: Turin / 3rd year: Berlin)

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Second Year Direct Admission

We understand that sometimes students will find that the course or university chosen aren’t right for them. If this applies to you, we can consider your application to transfer to Year 2 of our Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme if you meet our transfer criteria.

  • To be eligible to transfer to Year 2 of the Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme, you must have been formerly admitted in a Bachelor in Management / Economics / Finance programme and should have been awarded 60 ECTS at the end of the first academic year.
  • The transfer application must be done through our online application form and should follow the same application deadlines as for Year 1 students.
  • For complete information on study track options, eligibility, and admissions procedures, please contact us. We will be happy to review your CV/resume and guide you through the whole process.

Admission calendar

Admission Calendar
Applications for the September 2021 intake will open in October 2020.

Berlin

Application deadlines Admission sessions
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London

Application deadlines Admission sessions
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Madrid

Application deadlines Admission sessions
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Paris

Application deadlines Admission sessions
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Turin

Application deadlines Admission sessions
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Fees & Financing

Fees

The fees for those entering the three-year programme in September 2021 are:

  • €14,950* per academic year for EU students and EFTA students
  • €21,050* per academic year for Non-EU students
  • Additional registration fee of €360
  • Application fee of €60 (non-refundable)

Tuition fees include all courses, projects (etc) equal to 180 ECTS credits, basic documentation and online modules. Travel and accommodation costs are not included.

* Fees may be subject to modification without notice.

Scholarships

At ESCP we believe in equal opportunities.

That is why we have created a scholarship programme that encourages social diversity and values individual commitment.
Scholarships can cover 10% to 50% of tuition fees (excluding first-year registration fee) and are assigned based on different criteria such as merit and financial needs.
They are renewable each year on condition of academic achievement, behaviour and involvement in the ESCP community.

Bank Loan

Many banks offer student loans at attractive rates, with deferred payback.

Recent ESCP students have received interest rates as low as 1%. Consult your bank for information on a personal loan.
Furthermore, thanks to a partnership with BNP Paribas, the ESCP Foundation Endowment Fund supports students who encounter difficulties to obtain student credit in the absence of a solid guarantor (please note that this is currently only available for French students).
For further details, contact your campus’ Student Affairs office.

Living Costs

Please take into account the cost of living on the different campuses.  In Paris, Berlin, Madrid and Turin the costs are in the range of €650 - 1,000 per month.  In London, they are in the range of €1,200 - 1,600 per month.

Berlin London Madrid Paris Turin
Accommodation
€400 €740 €470 €680 €510
Meals
€200 €270 €180 €220 €250
Transport
€60 €55 €40 €30 €30
Leisure
€250 €125 €150 €180 €100
Other
€250 €250 €100 €150 €150
Total
€1,160 €1,440 €940 €1,260 €1,040

For more information download the BSc Brochure

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