- 5,000 Students
- Private Institution Type
Established in 1819, ESCP, the world’s first business school, was founded by a group of economic scholars and businessmen including the well-known economist Jean-Baptiste Say and the celebrated trader Vital Roux. Jean-Baptiste Say was an advocate of economic liberalism and is often credited with having coined the concept of entrepreneurship as early as 1800.
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Elected by the students, the Student Union plays an important role within the school. Agora bridges the gap between the student body and the administration on the different campuses. It provides a forum and proposes ideas on a wide range of topics concerning your life as a student at ESCP Europe. The Student Union also organises social events which encourage networking amongst different year groups, programmes and nationalities.
On each ESCP campus, you'll find a team able to help and guide you for your visas and residence permits, your accommodation, your health and personal insurance coverage, your scholarships, your student cards, your health, your career-related projects, but also for sports activities and more.
All necessary books for research and study needs are available in the ESCP Europe library. A wide range of electronic databases providing access to over 1,500 academic and trade journals are accessible to students. The ESCP Europe students can also use the facilities like library, studying room and the relax areas such as bar and garden.
Our modern computer room is available for students use. Furthermore Wi-Fi is available throughout the Campus.
Upon your admission and as soon as possible, contact the Disability Contact Officer who can discuss your needs and best meet your requirements. An adjustment of studies will make it possible to provide alternative arrangements to compensate for a disability or illness. The medical centre services are confidential.
The main building is surrounded by a 6,000 m2 garden that includes a beautiful grove, and a grass meadow. There are comfortable multi-purpose rooms, a library, computer rooms, a cafeteria and a car park.
In the campus there is an intense daily life as there are daily classes, information sessions and conferences, visits of national and international companies, meetings of student groups, forums and great many other activities.
Sports activities have a long tradition at ESCP Europe, and the Paris campus alone offers around 30 different disciplines. On the Berlin campus, students have the possibility to participate in the sports activities of the network of Berlin universities, London campus students have access to the various sporting facilities at City University, and the Torino campus organises an annual regatta, bringing together both students and alumni.
Student life on each of the campuses is shaped by the initiatives and activities offered by some fifty clubs and associations which organise networking, and artistic and cultural events, political discussions, sports tournaments, social events, humanitarian activities, etc.
ESCP Business School is included among just 1% of business schools in the world that possess the Triple Crown Accreditation (AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS).