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The ESCP Europe business school has announced it will offer a new MBA in International Management starting in September 2017.

The new MBA has been developed as an evolution of the ESCP Europe Master in European Business and is designed as a full-time intensive general management programme with a strong focus on conducting cross-cultural international business.

Students on this one-year programme will choose to study at ESCP Europe’s campuses (Berlin, London, Paris, Madrid, Turin and Warsaw) or to spend one semester at the School’s Asian partners - Beijing Foreign Studies University in China and MDI Gurgaon in India.

The MBA in International Management is designed for young professionals who wish to boost or reorient their international career. In addition to rigorous in-class learning, participants will benefit from two international company consulting projects and, for those looking to change their career path, the option of a four to six-month company internship. The programme is accredited by the Association of MBAs.

Frank Bournois, Dean of ESCP Europe, says: “This programme cultivates a strong cross-cultural approach embedded in multicultural teamwork. Combining cultural, social, and emotional intelligence with business acumen are essential features of successful leaders.”

Andreas Kaplan, Dean for Academic Affairs, adds: “We want to keep the character of the longstanding Master in European Business within the new MBA: one year, two countries, two corporate projects, and a strong multicultural diversity amongst our students’ profiles. We aim to attract highly qualified and diverse profiles from various cultures and backgrounds.”

 

The MBA in International Management has rolling admissions deadlines throughout the academic year. Candidates will preferably have at least three years of professional experience.

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Article written by Cathryn Ellis

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