15 months, full-time programme.
1st term online- Only for students starting the programme with less than 240 ECTS.
6 months at the Madrid campus and 1 month at the Berlin campus + An international seminar.
Average age 23-30.
Bachelor Degree (minimum 180 ECTS) or Master Degree.
Fluency in English (C1)
12 months of professional experience is recommended.*(Candidates without professional experience: Less than 20% admitted)
Contact the Admissions Manager.
ESCP is an Authorized Training Partner by Project Management Institute (PMI)
Admission fee 130€.
You will receive the admission decision within two weeks after the admission session. Admitted candidates must confirm their acceptance by the deadline indicated in the offer letter with a non-refundable deposit (Enrollment fee).
This is a university level specialisation leading to an official degree in France.
The possible obtaining of the necessary permits to obtain the corresponding visa for the country of destination of the International Seminar will be the sole responsibility of the student, and a negative result will not give rise to any claim against ESCP. Obtaining and/or arranging for such permits shall be at the student's own risk.
NOTE: ESCP is committed to delivering the curriculum as is, unless external circumstances (such as the COVID-19 pandemic) are in the way,
in which case(s) we will develop alternatives to deliver the programmes’s learning objectives.
Established in 1819,
ESCP Business School is the world's first business school. The School has chosen to teach responsible leadership, open to the world and based on European multiculturalism. Six campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw are the stepping stones that allow students to experience this European approach to management.
Several generations of entrepreneurs and managers were thus trained in the firm belief that the business world may feed society in a positive way.
This conviction and ESCP’s values - excellence, singularity, creativity and plurality - daily guide our mission and build its pedagogical vision.