The MBA in International Management is a one-year, two-country full-time programme which provides young professionals with the business skills and mindset for a successful international career.
You will join a cohort of students from around the world with diverse educational and professional backgrounds.
The MBA covers all the functional areas of management and provides a multicultural hands-on experience.
1-year, full-time programme with a strong cross-cultural approach
Accredited by the Association of MBAs
2 countries of your choice in Europe
6 ESCP Europe campuses
22 electives offered
Double degrees available
Experiential learning: 2 Company Consultancy Projects
One intake per year, in September
Applicants with less experience who demonstrate exceptional maturity and outstanding leadership through their professional and personal experiences will also be considered.
Do not hesitate to send your CV to one of our admissions coordinators to check your eligibility for the MBA in International Management.
We have a range of financing options, as well as scholarships for eligible candidates, which can help towards funding the programme.
Early Bird rate: €5,000 reduction of the programme fee for applications submitted before 30 April 2018.
Grants awarded after each admission session :
1) Excellence grant: up to €8,000
This grant is based on the candidate's application results.
2) Diversity and Merit grants: up to €7,000
These grants are based on the candidate's profile: educational background, work experience, personality and unique profile (specific geographical zones, life experience, etc.) as well as academic results.
3) Financial need-based scholarships: up to €7,000
Applications are only available to students already enrolled in the programme. Each application will be reviewed in September by the ESCP Europe scholarship commission.
Contact one of our admissions coordinators for any questions you may have about scholarships.
You may also be able to obtain financial aid from your home country. Please contact the relevant local government bodies and/or foundations.
Sources of information on scholarships also include:
Postgrad Solutions, Education UK, Campus France, DAAD (Germany), CONACYT (Mexico), Squeaker (Germany), AECID (Spain), scholars4dev.com, scholarship-positions.com, scholarshipportal.eu…
Complementary financial aid and scholarships for Mexican students who wish to pursue their MBA abroad in top-ranked universities.
Students obtain: FUNED Financing + CONACYT Scholarship + ESCP Europe Scholarship.
More information here
Financial institutions in many countries offer education financing to local citizens at very attractive rates.
French accredited Master degree
The MBA in International Management is an ESCP Europe diploma as well as an official state-accredited Master degree (Grade de Master II) delivered by the French Ministry of Higher Education and recognised worldwide for students who have attained a four year bachelor degree or a first master degree before integrating the programme.
For those entering the MBA in International Management holding a three year Bachelor degree (180 ECTS equivalent) with a minimum of three years of professional experience it is also possible to receive the Grade de Master II through a specific process academically validating their professional experience. They will need to fill an additional form which will be reviewed by our ESCP Europe Admission Committee. The result will be communicated in the same time as the result of their admission into the programme.
ESCP Europe declares that the diploma obtained on completion of the MBA in International Management (300 ECTS) is officially recognised in France by the French Ministry of Education and Research (O.G. nº3 - 24 July 2014). This Master does not lead to an official diploma in Spain.
German state-accredited degree
The MBA in International Management approved by the Berlin Senate for Education, Science and Research as of 16 January 2017, complements the MBA In International Management ESCP Europe curriculum by adding another 30 ECTS through the completion of a master thesis and two additional courses, enabling students to reach 120 ECTS in order to receive a German state-accredited degree.