1-year, full-time programmeLocations include the 6 ESCP Europe campuses and 2 partner institutions in India and China
Age range: 24-29
Professional experience: a minimum of 3 years
Applicants with less experience who demonstrate exceptional maturity and outstanding leadership through their professional and personal experiences will also be considered
Thursday, February 15th - Thursday, March 15th
Thursday, April 19th - Thursday, May 24th
Thursday, June 12th - Tuesday, June 26th
Thursday, July 12th
32,000 € (Scholarships and financial aids available). Please fill in this contact form and we will send you all the information.
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. The MBA programme covers all the functional areas of management and provides a multicultural hands-on experience.
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.
Established in 1819, ESCP Europe is the oldest and one of the most important business schools in the world. Its mission is to develop the next generation of transnational business leaders, preparing them to embrace the opportunities offered by cultural diversity.