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.
ESCP4U: An academic support programme for displaced students and young professionals from Ukraine
Since March 2022, ESCP has been committed helping displaced students and young professionals from Ukraine by offering them a range of scholarships, language courses, open management courses on its European campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw as well as online.
The first support measures bundled within the ESCP4U initiative between April and August are now reinforced with a complementary offer for the academic year 2022-23:
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 (French and English) have started on 26 September on the Paris campus.
55 students from Ukraine are attending courses of French and English, and benefitting from personal coaching from ESCP students.
For other sessions, campuses and courses, information will be updated.
ESCP4U Certificate: Open Courses in specific Master programmes During the second semester (starting in January 2023)
ESCP Business School will open up some of its in-person and online modules to displaced students and young professionals from Ukraine. Participants will be able to attend courses in specific Master programmes. A Certificate will be delivered to them, confirming their participation and mentioning the number of ECTS credits obtained during the semester.
The candidates should meet the following criteria
They have already attended ESCP4U courses during the Spring/Summer 2022 (languages courses or open summer courses).
Or they are presently enrolled in language courses for the Fall 2022.
They have already completed undergraduate studies and hold a Bachelor degree.
Complementary criteria may apply, depending on the proposed study periods and programmes.
Further information about the open study periods will be available in Nov-December 2022.