Master of Science (MSc) in International Food & Beverage Management

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Master of Science (MSc) in
International Food & Beverage Management
For a successful career in the Food & Beverage sector as Managers, Executives and Entrepreneurs.

Objectives of the programme

The programme is open to everyone passionate about the F&B industry and who wants to work in it from a management perspective. You don’t have to be a “specialist” in the F&B sector to be admitted. You will have the opportunity to strengthen your general Management skills through courses covering Marketing, Finance, Sales, HR Management and different Strategy areas.
Once you have completed the programme, multiple scenarios will be open in a multinational company or in a small-medium enterprise, in a start-up or in a consolidated business in Europe or around the world.

Innovative and Operational

This MSc offers you all the elements of a high level Master programme with an innovative approach offering direct contacts with many companies and interactions with top managers from the Food & Beverage Industry both at local and international level.
TSpokespeople from well-known international Food and Beverage companies will give tips and tricks on how to successfully develop new products and ideas and how to enhance your personal network.
An internship, interactive lectures based on case studies, integrated teamwork, international consulting projects and oral presentations as well as operational Labs and business games will make this MSc unique and innovative and give you a very practical preparation to successfully enter this sector.

ESCP MSc IFBM placed 2nd in the 2019 EDUNIVERSAL RANKING

Placed 2nd worldwide in the 2019 Eduniversal Ranking of the Best Masters in Food and Beverage Management

Participants’ background

2020 intake
  • 11 nationalities
    Belgium, Danemark, France, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Russia, Switzerland
  • Work experience: 1,5 year average

24 years old

average age

54% women

46% men


Representatives


2020/2021


Academic Director

Francesco Venuti

Francesco VENUTI

Assistant Professor in Department of Financial Reporting and Audit

PhD in Business and Management 
University of Turin
Research areas: Financial Accounting and Reporting, Non-financial Disclosure and Behavioural Accounting

My experience with the IFBM programme allowed me to get a strong understanding of the Food & Beverage industry from a Management standpoint. With interactive classes, case studies, company projects, company visits, I had the chance to become an expert in this field and complete my scientific education with a business one. The IFBM programme also allowed me to travel and meet people from all over the world, and this multicultural experience is something that has changed me profoundly, not only professionally but also personally.”

Key features

The MSc in International Food and Beverage Management represents a unique learning experience characterised by it's five pillars of strength:

  • Hands-on Approach with interactive lectures based on international case study methodology, integrated teamwork, oral presentations, role-play, business games, teambuilding activities, and international consulting projects.
  • International experience. This programme allows you to interact with a multitude of cultures and managerial styles thanks to ESCP’s global faculty, international class mix and a large corporate network.
  • Huge potential of the Food & Beverage sector. It’s a pillar of the EU economy.  With 4.2 million employees throughout the EU, €1,109 billion in turnover and a positive trade balance of almost €35 billion (source: FoodDrinkEurope2018).
  • Strong partnerships with major leading companies in the Food & Beverage industry. There is great corporate network involvement at each step of the learning experience, through seminars, consultancy projects, company experiences, internships and career days.
  • German Master of Science Degree: by attending an extra semester at the Berlin campus students can obtain the German Master of Science degree (MSc) in Economics and Management, with focus on sustainability. 

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FEDERALIMENTARE, the Italian food producers' association

The MSc in International Food&Beverage Management is the only one with the patronage of Federalimentare, the Italian food producers' association

The patronage of Federalimentare, which gathers under its umbrella some 6,000 enterprises, aims to encourage the development of synergistic activities with ESCP Torino campus.
The agreement's main goals between the two institutions are to conduct joint research on topics of mutual interest, such as internationalization, family business and innovation in the food and beverage industry.

Master of Science (MSc) in
International Food & Beverage Management
Curriculum

Our programme targets your expertise

The MSc in International Food & Beverage Management will help you to build your future career step by step and become a manager or an entrepreneur in the Food & Beverage sector.

The programme focuses on the Food & Beverage industry with a trans-national approach, and cover all the fundamental competences needed to succeed in this sector. You will have the chance to study across Italy and France.

The Professors and Facilitators provides a good mix of strong professional background with many years of work experience in the field of competence and a solid academic international background and foundation. with an international academic curriculum and background.

The teaching methods are a mix of lecture-based and case-based approach. A significant integration within the lectures of guest speakers from the business world, startuppers and entrepreneurs provides value added to knowledge and to the participants’ network.

An innovative pedagogical model developed at ESCP will mix onsite lectures and visits with online activities, in order to take full advantage of internationality, to lower geographical distances, and to train participants to new working methods that will benefit more and more from the use of technology and online working.

A learning approach truly businesslike

The link to the business environment of this programme is boosted by testimonials from the corporate network of both big international companies (such as Lavazza, Barilla, Ferrero, etc) and small innovative dynamic family-business firms, who will bring their professional experience and food & beverage expertise into class. This MSc propose a well-balanced methodology, encompassing and combining highly interactive lectures, rigorous and solid theoretical foundations, corporate connections and simulation, and professional experience with a final Master’s Thesis and an International Internship to apply management knowledge and methodological skills to a specific research subject.

International consulting projects (that are a simulation of a real consulting project on a real case and developed together with a F&B company) are developed entirely online, in order to ensure a more international experience and to train the participant to become efficient and familiar with remote-working.

15-months full-time programme

The programme begins in September* for a total of 450 hours of classes. You have to be proficient in English to follow these courses.
*Sept-Apr: Italy/Turin – Apr-Jun: France/Paris – Jul-Dec: Internship and Thesis

It is organised as follows:

Core Modules
General Management in the Food & Beverage industry

You will have the opportunity to strengthen your general Management skills through these intensive Core Modules.

  • The F&B Industry Outlook - Opening module
  • Financial Accounting in F&B
  • Understanding Food and Beverage's Financial Challenges
  • Managerial Economics: micro foundations in F&B
  • Marketing Principles in F&B
  • Corporate Strategy: successes, failures and challenges in the F&B industry
  • Supply Chain & Operations in the F&B industry
  • HR Management & Cross-Cultural Dynamics in F&B
  • International Business Law & Food regulations
  • Language courses (optional)
The Marketing Class

Advanced Modules
Drill-down in the Food & Beverage industry

Expand your knowledge and experience the workings of the Food & Beverage industry through these Advanced Modules.

HR & Intercultural Challenges
  • Negotiation in a Intercultural Context
  • Effective Communication
Marketing Management
  • Customer Value Management
  • Consumer Insights & Marketing Research
  • Digital strategy for F&B
Sales & Retail Management
  • Sales Management in F&B
  • Trade, Retail & Category Marketing in the F&B industry
Strategy & Innnovation
  • Marketing of Innovations & New product development
  • Family business & Start-up in F&B
Sustainability & Risk Management
  • Sustainability and Risk for F&B Companies
Electives
  • Advanced Finance and Management models for f&B
  • Big data & Business analytics
  • Food waste management
  • Agri-food-tech
  • Social Media Marketing in F&B

In-Company Experiences
Company experiences: a unique opportunity to meet top managers and learn the secrets of Food & Beverage production 

Company visits

The company visits will build a bridge between the ESCP and the Business World, by accelerating the learning-by-doing process and giving unique opportunities to swap ideas with excellent managers and entrepreneurs of the Food & Beverage sector.

Laura CASTELLAZZO (Italy) – MSc in International Food and Beverage Management - ESCP

Testimonial

Laura CASTELLAZZO
Italy
Class of 2016

 

The company visits are one of the most interesting parts of this programme. These, along with the practical approach of the classes, allow us to learn not only from a theoretical point of view, but also on a practical level. Moreover, they represent a great oppurtunity to understand the F&B sector and to meet managers that can share there experiences and useful tips for our future careers.

Testimonials

The link between students and companies is also boosted by the Testimonials who will bring there corporate experience from the Food & Beverage industry directly into the classroom. The lectures in class will become an unique appointment to obtain:

  • The direct experience of Food & Beverage entrepreneurs on how to make business ideas happen
  • Tips and tricks from Food and Beverage Experts on how to face a such complex industry
  • Useful advice on how to increase your professional network to succeed in the Food & Beverage sector
Consultancy Project

From October to March, you will understand hands-on how a company in the Food & Beverage sector works by carrying out a professional project in collaboration with a Manager from this sector.

The consultancy project is a research study that deals with a real and concrete business problem of the Food & Beverage company proposing it and it's aim is to supply a result similar to one that a consultancy company would offer.

You will have the chance to meet Managers of the Food and Beverage industry, discussing directly with them the business challenges and learning step by step how the company works in the specific area of the company project (ex. Finance, Marketing, Management Control, HR, Supply Chain, …).

For Partners Companies the Consultancy Projects are the occasion to benefit from the smart ideas and energy of the MSc in International Food and Beverage Management students, and to outsource a piece of project without the money investment required for a traditional consultancy firm.

In addition, thanks to the ESCP Consultancy Projects, the companies of the Food & Beverage sector will have the opportunity to get in touch with interesting profiles for recruiting and employer branding activities.

The aim of the Consultancy Project in this growing sector is to supply a result similar to one that a consultancy firm would offer.

The Consultancy Project is carried out in English by a group of university graduates attending the MSc in International Food and Beverage Management, mixed by education background and nationality. It is an integrated part of the ESCP Master training programme and, as such, the project evaluation (grading). In particular you will work in groups of around 5 people under the supervision of a “Company Tutor” assigned by the Food & Beverage Company involved. The Tutor will have the task of assisting and guiding the students throughout the project to guarantee the achievement of the set goals. It will also be the Tutor’s duty to supply you with all documents and support necessary to carry out the job. The work will be done online because not all the Companies are located in Turin and even because one of the purpose of this activity is to train participants to get comfortable with remote working and remote meeting (that is becoming the standard way companies use to develop their projects globally).

“Chef for a week” with ALMA La Scuola Internazionale di Cucina Italiana

You will have the chance to be "Chef for a week", learning directly from culinary Masters how to manage complexity and unleash creativity.

The project “Chef for a Week” will take you to the Italian Food Valley for 5 days of meetings with Masters, cooking classes, tasting sessions, training experiences and company visits with famous Italian business leaders in the Food & Beverage sector, such as Barilla.

The famous chef Gualtiero Marchesi has been the rector of ALMA International School of Italian Cuisine for many years. He said that “Example is the highest form of teaching” and in fact every day ALMA represents an extraordinary training experience for those who aim to work in the delightful world of fine cooking as chef or sommelier.

“Chef for a Week” is an integrated part of the programme without added cost.

ALMA Logo - La Scuola Internazionale di Cucina Italiana

ALMA is the world’s leading international educational and training centre for Italian Cuisine.
ALMA educates chefs and sommelier from all around the world, forming professionals of Italian Cuisine with training programs at the highest level, executed by world’s leading teachers.

Class of 2016 at the ALMA International School of Italian Cuisine

Professional mission
A professional mission in the form of an in-company internship of at least 4 months

From July to December, students must complete an in-company internship of at least 4 months. The internship is an opportunity for practical application of the theoretical concepts learned from courses, with an eye to establishing a career. The key idea is to encourage proactivity in the transition from school to work, from training to practice on the field in the Food & Beverage sector.

The Corporate Relations Department

The Company Relations Department is dedicated to gather placement offers from many companies. The department also organises a series of fairs involving firms, students many opportunities to make contact.

Professional thesis
Writing and defending a professional thesis

The thesis is an opportunity for you to increase the learning and skills gained from the programme. Each student has to choose a research topic of particular interest for analysis. Each thesis is supervised and guided by a member of the Faculty or an expert in the relevant field. At the end of the programme, a written thesis has to be submitted and discussed orally: the research is presented to and assessed by an academic jury.

German Master of Science
Opportunity to obtain 30 ECTS extra, strongly recommended for people joining the programme with a Bachelor degree only

Adding an M.Sc. track on top of your Master programme will:

  • Lead to an internationally recognized Master of Science degree,
  • Increase your job opportunities, notably in Germany, but not only,
  • Enhance your consulting skills,
  • Strengthen your intercultural skills and intelligence,
  • Give you the possibility to work together with students from our various other programmes,
  • Enable you to start a PhD programme.

IFBM was a life-changing experience. I did not have an economics background and the programme really taught me the fundamentals of Marketing, Finance and how to work in an international environment. The most valuable assets that I retained from the programme was the opportunity to acquire the expertise, contacts and inspiration from the guest speakers who held managing positions in the F&B companies and industry.”

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FEDERALIMENTARE, the Italian food producers' association

The MSc in International Food&Beverage Management is the only one with the patronage of Federalimentare, the Italian food producers' association

The patronage of Federalimentare, which gathers under its umbrella some 6,000 enterprises, aims to encourage the development of synergistic activities with ESCP Torino campus.
The agreement's main goals between the two institutions are to conduct joint research on topics of mutual interest, such as internationalization, family business and innovation in the food and beverage industry.

Master of Science (MSc) in
International Food & Beverage Management
Careers

Once you have completed the Master multiple scenarios will be open in a multinational company or in a small-medium enterprise, in a start-up or in a consolidated business in Europe or around the world.

International career opportunities as

  • Marketing Manager
  • Brand Manager
  • Product Manager
  • Food & Beverage Department Manager
  • International Regional Manager
  • Communications Manager
  • Export-Import Manager
  • Entrepreneur
  • Supply Chain Manager
  • Product and Business Developer

Important advices from top managers of the Food and Beverage sector

Class of 2018 Placement

77%
employed within 3 months of graduation

87%
have a job with global dimension

2.4
Internship offers per student

6.3
Interviews per student

Build your career

ESCP gives you the opportunity to leverage events, tools and guidelines to efficiently manage your Career process after the end of your Master.

The Careers Service

Prepare your Career Plan

The Careers Service supports you in preparing a well-structured Curriculum Vitae and Cover Letter in order to strongly increase your chances to have an impact on companies. In addition, it also provides you with a structured method and process to prepare a Career Plan, in order to build and start an efficient and effective job-seeking strategy.

Job Fairs and Recruitement Day

Of particular relevance are the Job Fairs and Recruitement Day organised by the ESCP Careers Service on each campus. Thanks to these huge events you have the opportunity to directly get in touch with HR and Line Managers of leading companies.

The Alumni Network

Once you have completed your  Master, you have the opportunity to be part of the Alumni Network that updates ex-students about newest Internship and Job offers for the national and international business environment.

Overall, the quality of the lectures and the professors is excellent. We were asked to participate a lot during the lessons, and this, along with the projects and case studies we had to carry out, made up a “learn-by-doing” approach that helped me internalise the learnings, thus being able to really make use of them in my first work experiences. Working with international students in multiple projects provided me with interpersonal skills that have been very useful in the multi-cultural environments within Nestlé.”

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FEDERALIMENTARE, the Italian food producers' association

The MSc in International Food&Beverage Management is the only one with the patronage of Federalimentare, the Italian food producers' association

The patronage of Federalimentare, which gathers under its umbrella some 6,000 enterprises, aims to encourage the development of synergistic activities with ESCP Torino campus.
The agreement's main goals between the two institutions are to conduct joint research on topics of mutual interest, such as internationalization, family business and innovation in the food and beverage industry.

Master of Science (MSc) in
International Food & Beverage Management
Admissions

Due to the special circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the admission teams are working safely from home. Admission exam schedules are guaranteed as normal and candidate interviews are online. 

You can find all information on our Covid-19 webpage, our teams will remain available to reply to your questions. 

Requirements

  • Bachelor or Master’s Degree in any field of study
  • English fluency (level C1)

What is considered a plus:

  • Previous work experience in the Food & Beverage sector
  • A little knowledge of a second foreign language

Procedure

Step 1: Application form

Applications are made online. Carefully complete the online application form before the deadline specified in the Admission Calendar providing the following required documents:

  • A copy of your ID card (double-sided) or passport
  • The original or certified copy of your degree certificate
  • The original or certified copy of your grade transcripts covering all years of university study
  • An up-to-date curriculum vitae
  • A motivational letter
  • A reference letter (academic or professional)
  • GMAT or GRE certificate (if available*)
    *Candidates without GMAT/GRE certificates can do our SHL Reasoning test
  • An English language certificate for non-native speakers who have not studied their degree in English (if available*)
    We require the following minimum scores on the tests:
    TOEFL written test: 600 – TOEFL IBT: 100 – TOEFL computer-based:250 – ; IELTS: 7
    *Candidates without any language qualification certificates can be tested on-campus the same day of the interview

If you have been declared eligible you will be invited to the 2nd step of the process.

Step 2: Tests and Personal Interview

Due to the current pandemic situation, tests and personal interviews are taking place online.

  • SHL online reasoning test (GMAT/GRE holders exempt)
  • Personal interview
  • English test: written + oral + listening (holders of official level C1 English certification are exempt - please ask the recruiter if your certification is valid)

Step 3: Admission Response

In about 3-4 weeks you will be contacted by our programme manager of the specialised international Master and know if you have been admitted.


Admission Calendar

Admission sessions are opened for the academic year 2021-2022.

Application deadlines Test dates
1st session
26 Nov 2020 4 Dec 2020
2nd session
13 Jan 2021 20 Jan 2021
3rd session
15 Feb 2021 24 Feb 2021
4th session
15 Mar 2021 24 Mar 2021
5th session
12 Apr 2021 21 Apr 2021
6th session
17 May 2021 26 May 2021
7th session
14 Jun 2021 23 Jun 2021
8th session
9 Jul 2021 19 Jul 2021

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The patronage of Federalimentare, which gathers under its umbrella some 6,000 enterprises, aims to encourage the development of synergistic activities with ESCP Torino campus.
The agreement's main goals between the two institutions are to conduct joint research on topics of mutual interest, such as internationalization, family business and innovation in the food and beverage industry.

Master of Science (MSc) in
International Food & Beverage Management
Fees & Financial

Application Fees

  • A payment of €130 for application fees payable to CCIP ESCP.

Fees

The fees for the academic year 2021/2022 are set at €27,350.

·         ESCP also offers the direct debit option:

- Deposit: €3,500 by 2 weeks after admission

- First instalment: €12,350 by the 31 Aug 2021

- Second instalment: €11,500 by the 20 Feb 2022

·         By choosing to add the German MSc track extension it will be required an extra fee of €7,300. 

Tuition fees cover all lessons and materials as well as “Chef for a Week” in the Italian Food Valley, all company visits in Piedmont, Tuscany and the Champagne Region, consultancy projects, lectures and all other highly interactive activities.

 

Scholarships

The MSc in Food and Beverage Management offers students partial scholarships,  funded by the CCIAA of Turin, on the basis of both merit and financial need.

 

Bank Loans 

Intesa Sanpaolo “Per Merito”: available for Italian students (country of residence Italy). Bank loans up to €50,000, up to 24 months to start reimbursement. 

BNL “Futuriamo”: available for Italian students (country of residence Italy). Bank loans up to €70,000, up to 36 months to start reimbursement.

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The patronage of Federalimentare, which gathers under its umbrella some 6,000 enterprises, aims to encourage the development of synergistic activities with ESCP Torino campus.
The agreement's main goals between the two institutions are to conduct joint research on topics of mutual interest, such as internationalization, family business and innovation in the food and beverage industry.

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The patronage of Federalimentare, which gathers under its umbrella some 6,000 enterprises, aims to encourage the development of synergistic activities with ESCP Torino campus.
The agreement's main goals between the two institutions are to conduct joint research on topics of mutual interest, such as internationalization, family business and innovation in the food and beverage industry.