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Supporting Ukraine

The bicentenary history of our ESCP community is rich in individual commitments that have contributed to the construction of a united and peaceful Europe. Today, we are witnessing the return of war in Europe and express our profound sadness and anger.

This is why the entire ESCP community is mobilising to support the Ukrainian people. You will find here the projects launched by the school as well as spontaneous initiatives from students, professors, staff or Alumni.

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ESCP Projects

ESCP4U: An academic support programme for displaced students and young professionals from Ukraine

ESCP is committed to helping displaced students and young professionals from Ukraine by offering them a range of scholarships, language courses, open management courses, and a tuition-free certificate programme on its European campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw as well as online.

The support measures are bundled within the ESCP4U initiative which is based on four main pillars.

PILLAR 1: Language courses (April to August 2022)

In April 2022, the Paris Campus of ESCP Business School launched a series of student-run language courses for displaced students and young professionals from Ukraine. Furthermore, beginning in May 2022, ESCP Business School will open up some of its in-person and online language courses to displaced students and young professionals (under 40 years of age) from Ukraine.

  • Courses are offered on five ESCP campuses, Paris, Turin, Berlin, Madrid and London as well as online.
  • Languages taught are: English, French, German, Spanish and Italian
  • Courses are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • A full list of available courses will be accessible to candidates admitted upon completion of the following registration form: https://forms.gle/UFgYBMQC6hyPjfp37
  • Please note that language courses do not give access to ECTS credits.
  • Participation in these courses is granted on an exceptional basis and does not constitute official student status at ESCP Business School.
  • Official Temporary Protection Status issued by local government authorities and the European Union is required for access to these courses.

Courses in Paris have already started, no more applications are accepted.
Seats are still available on the other campuses.

PILLAR 2: Open Courses (April to August 2022)

Beginning in May 2022, ESCP Business School will open up some of its in-person and online graduate management courses to displaced students and young professionals (under 40 years of age, holding a Bachelor degree) from Ukraine. Students will be required to validate the courses by attending all sessions and completing all assessments. Upon validation, students will be issued a certificate of completion informing about the grade and amount of ECTS received (e.g. to be used at the home university to credit courses successfully completed at ESCP Business School).

Application deadline : Friday, April 29, 12h00

  • Courses are offered on five ESCP campuses, Paris, Turin, Berlin, Madrid and London as well as online.
  • Candidates will be selected on the basis of the candidates' preferences, profiles, language proficiency and the matching of their locations with course availability. Course-specific selection criteria might apply.
  • Courses will be offered in the following areas: Management, Marketing, Finance & Accounting, Strategy, Operations, International relations, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Digital Transformation and Data Science, Business Law, Sustainability
  • A full list of available courses will be accessible to candidates admitted upon completion of the following registration form: https://forms.gle/UFgYBMQC6hyPjfp37
  • Participation in these courses is granted on an exceptional basis and does not constitute official student status at ESCP Business School.
  • Official Temporary Protection Status issued by local government authorities and the European Union is required for access to these courses.

PILLAR 3: Certificate programme (Autumn 2022)

Beginning in Autumn 2022, ESCP will start a full fledged certificate programme on each campus consisting of Management and Language courses as well as coaching. Prototypes and first modules accounting for the certificate programme will already be offered between April and August (see pillar 1 and 2). To enroll in the certificate programme, participants need at least a Bachelor Degree. Further information will be provided on the ESCP web page in the summer 2022.

PILLAR 4: Scholarships for Ukrainian students and participants

Beside the scholarships that have just been awarded to Ukrainian refugee students newly admitted in our Bachelor and MiM programmes, and the eur50k grant for online EMS, complementary aid will still be available :

  • For both EMBA and GEPHD participants : scholarships representing up to 20% of fees for displaced and resident Ukrainian nationals.
  • Our ESCP Foundation will raise specific fundings in order to offer more scholarships in the future. Candidates interested in ESCP programmes should apply for admission and for scholarships simultaneously.
  • If needed, complementary urgent financial aid will be offered to the Ukrainian students already registered at ESCP.

ESCP4U is funded by ESCP Business School and the ESCP Foundation

Are you interested in applying or would like more information? Please contact: escp4u@escp.eu.

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