Designed for students with Bachelor degrees (or equivalent) in any field of study (Master programme) or those without who have previously completed at least two years of university education (Pre-Master programme in preparation for the two-year MIM), it features more than 25 specialisations in Finance, International Business, Marketing, Sustainable Development and many more.
The integrated Management programme curriculum, taught across six ESCP Europe Business School campuses, offers the possibility to obtain up to four national degrees in ESCP Europe campus countries (Germany, UK, Spain, France, Italy and Warsaw) - plus the option of dual degrees with our academic partners across the globe.
Because we value practical experience as an essential asset, Master in Management graduates leave with a minimum of 10 months of professional experience. This ensures that you leave the programme with not only a world-class academic qualification, but also the invaluable intercultural practical experience top recruiters are looking for.
In addition to the study-internship structure, we also offer the possibility of following an apprenticeship study track, allowing for systematic structured periods at the School whilst also working in a firm for an extended learning experience.
If you are looking for international exposure, professional experience and a curriculum recognised as one of the best in the world, look no further than ESCP Europe's Master in Management.
The MIM Programme Objectives
As a Master in Management student, you will:
Tuition fee for the international students.)
European Economic Area tuition fee is applicable to the students from EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.)
Tuition fees for the Master in Management programme at ESCP Europe represent no more than six to seven months' salary of the average MIM graduate student in his/her first job.
The fees for those entering the two-year programme in September 2016 are set at:
A supplement of 1,000 to 1,940 will be due for those students required to take the catch-up semester of prerequisite courses (students without the required previous management studies).
Students entering via the Pre-Master year pay:
Fees for either entry route include the 770 registration cost. Invoices are sent on a yearly basis.
Fees are subject to modification without notice.
In order to evaluate the total costs of your studies, 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.
The Master in Management programme consists of four semesters with a total of 120 ECTS credits. These semesters can be completed at our European campuses (Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw) or at one of our 100 partner universities worldwide.
The first year is focused on advanced learning within the different fields of intercultural management through core modules.
The second year is used to concentrate on one or two options, and is also used for the writing of a Master thesis on a topic of the students choice. Further to this, students can choose from the rich catalogue of electives to further customise their learning experience and plan their professional career paths. Language courses are also a part of the Master in Management programme.
Beside the academic courses, 10 months of internships are integrated into the programme. Students can do these internships either in their countries of study or in a third country.
Alongside the core courses, electives and options, all students will participate in five thematic seminars. These are key elements in the Master in Management programme, with all current students coming together to benefit from the internationality of both the courses and their fellow participants.
The Pre-Master Year is devoted to gaining insight into the fundamentals of management, including introductory and advanced concepts to foster an understanding of the world of business. There are also courses in programming, law, economics and foreign languages. The Pre-Master Year combines core modules, interdisciplinary projects and an internship. Students can spend the Pre-Master Year in Paris (in French) or Turin (in English). It is for students who have a minimum of two years of university education.
During the first master year, students complete a series of core modules, covering the fundamentals and advanced instruction of general management topics.
Students with a non-business bachelor degree must study prerequisites during master year one. Students entering the MIM with a recognised bachelor degree in business/management or entering through the Pre-Master year study the core modules, and then choose some courses from the elective portfolio to customise their own timetable.
Advanced Core Courses
The Graduate Management Admission Test® (GMAT®) is a standardised exam, delivered in English, used in admissions for thousands of business masters programmes globally. By taking this test you can show your suitability for this programme. The GMAT exam has been shown to be a valid predictor of academic performance in MBA and other business masters programmes.More information
To be eligible for the two-year Master in Management programme, candidates must hold a Bachelor degree (international equivalent or higher) after having completed at least three years of university studies (180 ECTS).
Applicants may submit an application in the same year they complete their Bachelor degree, pre-graduation. We recommend candidates not to be older than 30 during the application year.
Candidates with a Bachelor degree awarded in a European country (outside of France) after at least three years of studies in Europe (with a maximum of one year spent studying in France) are eligible to apply through the European Master Admission Test.
NEW: Candidates with a Bachelor degree awarded anywhere outside of Europe after at least three years of studies are eligible to apply through the Global Admission Test.
Candidates with a Bachelor degree awarded anywhere except France after at least three years of studies (with a maximum of one year spent studying in France) are eligible to apply through the International Admission Service Test (SAI).
Candidates with a French Licence degree are eligible to apply through the Direct Admission Test.
Please note that you may apply through only one admissions process one time per year. For example, for the intake of 2017 you may not apply through both the Global Admission Test and the European Master Admission Test.
Admission to UK universities often requires that students have completed a recognized Bachelor's degree. International students should consider taking a Pre-Master to gain access to UK universities when:
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