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ESCP Business School

Management

UCAS Code: N200

Bachelor of Science - BSc

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About this course


Course option

3.0years

Full-time | 2021

ESCP is the world's first business school. Established in 1819, it has six urban campuses in London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Turin, and Warsaw.

The school offers cross-cultural business education and is invested in helping students develop the key skills needed to thrive in the global business environment. ESCP welcomes more than 5,000 students and 5,000 executives from 100 different nationalities every year, providing a range of general and specialised programmes, including the **3-year Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme**.

This cutting-edge international management programme combines the best of management science with training in liberal arts/humanities and languages and offers the opportunity to experience intercultural management first hand by studying in three countries in three years. Each academic year, students will have the opportunity to choose to study in a different campus: London, Paris, Madrid, Turin, or Berlin. Classes are taught entirely in English allowing students to truly immerse in new cultures while learning a new local language.

We believe theory is nothing without practice and students will benefit from our extensive network of companies and organisations by working on real-life case studies, company projects, extensive group work, and compulsory internships.

The Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme is recognised as “Diplôme d’études supérieures en commerce et entrepreneuriat” (Visa Bac+3) by the French Ministry of Higher Education Research and Innovation (MESRI) in France. Students may also obtain under specific conditions the Bachelor in Management (BSc) validated by the Berlin Senate’s Department of Education, Science and Research on 16.03.2017.

Tuition fees

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Channel Islands
€14.950
per year
England
€14.950
per year
EU
€14.950
per year
International
€21.050
per year
Northern Ireland
€14.950
per year
Scotland
€14.950
per year
Wales
€14.950
per year

Extra funding

ESCP offers a competitive scholarship to all BSc Management students which offers a reductionfrom 10% to 50% of the tuition fees (the 1st registration fee is not covered by the scholarship) and are assigned based on a mix of criteria, which include merit and financial needs. They are renewable each year on condition of academic achievement, behaviour and involvement in the ESCP community.  

Our scholarship is open to all students who have successfully received an offer to study the BSc Management programme at ESCP, and the process requires students to submit financial information (evidence of household income), in addition to documents previously provided during the admissions process. Admitted students applying for scholarships will be notified of the decision before they have to pay the non-refundable €2,500 deposit.

The Uni


Course location:

Main Site - London

Department:

Business and Management

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