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London, United Kingdom
* ESCP Europe has a true European Identity which enables it to provide a unique style of business education and a Global Perspective on management issues.
* The wide range of general management and specialized programmes
* Unique career opportunities on an international scale.
Established in 1819 by a group of businessmen and economic scholars including the well-known economist Jean-Baptiste Say and the celebrated trader Vital Roux, ESCP Europe is the oldest business school in the world and has formed generations of leaders. With its five campuses in Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid, and Torino, ESCP Europe has a true European identity which enables the provision of a unique style of business education and a global perspective on management issues. ESCP Europes network of around 100 partner universities extends the Schools reach from European to worldwide.
Who are we?
* The Worlds First Business School, educating generations of leaders and forefront thinkers
* Combining innovative pedagogy, cross-campus programmes with integrated curricula, and a research-active faculty
* A key contributor to the development of a European, cross-national management culture.
Date of Creation: Founded in Paris in 1819
Where is ESCP Europe?
5 urban campuses: Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Torino
Triple-crown: EQUIS, AMBA, and AACSB
London Campus Library
The Library is intended as a first point of reference for all your research and study needs. We stock the majority of your reading list materials, in addition to numerous secondary sources. We also have a wide range of electronic databases providing access to over 3,000 academic and trade journals, market research reports and company information.
Access to the ESCP Europe London Library is limited to students and staff of ESCP Europe. Visitors will occasionally be admitted at the Librarians discretion.
The Careers Service
The London Careers Service is run by Tomas Zilinsky and Laura Raznick. Together, they provide a comprehensive portfolio of personalised careers advice which is available to any ESCP Europe student at the London campus.
The Careers Service is not just for finalists or those with a clear idea about what to do after graduation; you can use it throughout your time at ESCP Europe, and for many reasons. Some of you may just want help with applications and interviews, while others may have specific issues to tackle before beginning the process of finding an internship.
What We Do
Below is a list of the events and services available via the Careers Service.
* Internship vacancies and advice
* One-to-one careers advice meetings
* Case study, assessment centre and interview practice sessions
* Skills workshops
* CV, covering letter and application checks
* Company visits
* Lectures on adapting to the UK careers market and standing out from your fellow applicants
* The exclusive, on-campus London Finance and Business Fair
* Company presentations
All students on ESCP Europe Master programmes must complete an internship as a part of their studies. These are expected to last a minimum number of weeks which varies from programme to programme.
The Careers Service will support you in the internship search. Internship offers will be advertised via email and on the intranet, although we do encourage all students to source their own placements.
The London campus covers over 4,000 square metres, which is divided into educational and residential areas. The main part of the building is around 125 years old, with additional teaching and student social accommodation added during the building refurbishment programme that took place in 2003/4. The residential accommodation consists of 30 student rooms and four rooms for visiting staff.
There are eight lecture rooms with seating capacities ranging from 20-150 people, and six breakout/seminar rooms.
Computers are available for student use in the library, BNP Paribas Trading Room and computer room, with a total of 63 computers and four printers, one of which is colour. Wi-fi is also available in most of the building.
Amenities include a student lounge, learning resource centre, small cafe and function space. The Function Room houses a magnificent fireplace and stained glass window, whilst The Chapel (so called as it was the chapel for the building when it was an ecclesiastical college) has the original vaulted ceiling and stained glass windows. The central courtyard provides an oasis within the School.
ESCP Europe students are very active in student associations, both within the School and in the wider community. There are limitless opportunities for social exchange and both personal and professional development through involvement in these associations, which create and organise several situations where students can exchange and share their experiences.
Our links with the corporate world in the UK are strong, and there are many opportunities for our students to attend corporate presentations and interviews, which help them make informed decisions regarding their career plans and assist them with their internship search.
Living in London
Whether you are studying the Masters in Management or in European Business, we hope you are happy with your choice and that you take full advantage of it. However, being accepted onto your course is only the first step of several that you need to take namely figuring out how to survive in and enjoy London life.
When we asked a recent student what the best way of settling into London was, they said: "just get lost, and try to find your way back". This is not something we recommend you take too literally, but it certainly proves one thing: how overwhelming everything can seem at first. Its not cheap, but it is fun. Its not simple, but it is worth it.
One of your first priorities will be finding where to live during your studies and opening a bank account. Without a bank account you cannot do many of the vital things in life, so we suggest you get this as soon as you can. Be warned, you will need to find somewhere to live before you do so, as UK banks will only accept you if you have an English address. The only bank account available to you if you set one up online is called a Basic Bank Account. This is not as limited as it sounds as you will get cash machine withdrawals (up to £200 per day), the ability to set up standing orders and direct debits, telephone and internet banking the kind of things the average student wants and needs. If you want a more sophisticated bank account then you can always upgrade to one once you have moved to London. Either way, remember one thing: this is worth doing as soon as you can.
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