The German branch of ESCP Europe is located in Berlin, with other entities located in the following cities: Paris, London, Warsaw, Turin and Madrid. Its origins began back in 1819, though the German focus was on Dusseldorf in 1975, followed by a move to Berlin a decade later. With that founding nearly two centuries ago, the institution holds the distinction of being the oldest business school in the world.
The main focus of ESCP’s curriculum is to help develop a diverse group of future leaders that can offer a wide perspective in the area of international management. To accomplish such a goal, students are motivated to earn a German Master of Science degree, though it’s the Master in Management (MiM) degree that serves as the envy of schools around the world.
Collaborations with major worldwide corporations is commonplace for both ESCP Europe faculty and students, which helps when it comes to recruiting. Meanwhile, areas like entrepreneurship, digital innovation and areas of sustainability and energy management offer selected expertise that few other schools can match on a regular basis.