ESCP Europe’s widely acclaimed international Master in Management programme will begin in the upcoming academic year with numerous innovations.
The course, which topped the Financial Times’ Masters-in-Management ranking in 2009/2010, can now be studied in two or three countries.
The programme is aimed atbusiness graduates and prepares ambitious future leadersfor an international career in two years.
Students can work towards the GermanMaster of Science degree in two or three countries.
Those opting to study in three countries must complete at least onesemester in Berlin and one in Paris.
Students who prefer to choosethe two-country programme can now study, for example, for one year inParis and one year in Berlin in either the local language or inEnglish.
Thus, from September 2011 students without knowledge ofGerman can complete two semesters of the Master in Management programme at ESCPEurope’s Berlin campus.
Students can nowstart the programme in Berlin.
“With these improvements we want to furtherincrease the attractiveness and internationality of the Berlin campusand the Master in Management,” ,” says Prof. Dr. Dr. Ayad Al-Ani,Rector of ESCP Europe Business School Berlin.
“Unaffected by the changes remains thefact that we consistently look for performance- andinternationally-oriented students
The application deadline for the programme starting in September 2011 is 1 April 2011.