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Basic information

Total number of students
740
Number of master degree students
470
Percentage of teaching by practitioners
40.0%
Percentage of teaching by practitioners, master's
19.0%

Support during the study entry phase

Total score for support in the study entry phase
11/14 points

Group 1

Results of study

Graduations in appropriate time, undergraduate degrees
no data
Not specified
Graduations in appropriate time, master's
100.0%

Group 1

International orientation

Outgoing students
12.0%

Job market- and career-orientation

Bachelor theses in cooperation with work environment
0.0%
Master theses in cooperation with work environment
5.3%
Share of professors with work experience
33.3%

Research

Publications per professor
no data

Group 3

Third party funds per academic
13.5 T€

Group 2

Doctorates per professor
0.5

Group 2

Research reputation
1.4%

Group 2

Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses

Teacher support
1.6

Group 1

Support in studies
1.5

Group 1

Courses offered
1.3

Group 1

Study organisation
1.4

Group 1

Exams
1.6

Group 1

Research orientation
1.4

Group 1

Job market preparation
1.4

Group 1

Support for stays abroad
1.4

Group 1

Rooms
1.4

Group 1

Library
1.4

Group 1

IT-infrastructure
1.4

Group 1

Overall study situation
1.4

Group 1

Students' assessments on consecutive master's degree courses

Teacher support
1.5

Group 1

Support in studies
1.6

Group 1

Courses offered
1.5

Group 1

Study organisation
1.4

Group 1

Transition to Master's studies
1.3

Group 1

Research orientation
1.5

Group 1

Support for stays abroad
1.6

Group 1

Overall study situation
1.4

Group 1

Degree courses without details

Further degree courses of the department
no data

Further information provided by the department

Special features regarding teaching

Current research findings in Business Administration and Economics are taught in the courses. Research is an integral part of the education and the driving force behind the further development of the subjects. To develop findings for research and practice, the Faculty partners with companies and maintains close contacts with industry. The combination of theory and practice with an international perspective is a central teaching component and firmly enshrined in the curricula, such as through group work, case studies, simulations and guest lectures given by managers.

Special features regarding the international orientation

With locations in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Torino and Warsaw, the ESCP Europe is a business school with a European identity that provides cross-cultural education in management with a global perspective on management issues. Through the combination of innovative teaching concepts and cross-campus programmes with coordinated curricula, the ESCP Europe contributes to the development of a European, transnational management culture. Furthermore, students can complete a semester abroad at one of 100 partner universities worldwide.

Exchange universities for stay abroads

Cass Business School City University Business School, UK; INCAE (Instituto Centroamericano de Administracion de Empresas), Costa Rica; Universitat St-Gallen, Schweiz; Universidad de San Andres, Argentinien; University of Stellenbosch Business School, South Africa; USP (University of Sao Paulo), Brasilien; Washington University in St Louis, USA; Trinity College, Ireland; University of Tel Aviv, Israel.

Special features regarding the equipment

The library of economic sciences, with emphasis on international management, provides print media and database access to national and international newspapers/magazines and scientific journals. In addition to seminar rooms with presentation technology, there are also computer workstations, video conferencing systems, WiFi, intranet and a cross-campus e-learning platform with teaching materials for a modern teaching environment. Timetables can be integrated into one’s own calendar programs electronically.

Special features regarding research activities

The research strategy of the ESCP Europe is based on excellence in science and knowledge transfer. Its research combines scientific stringency with a high level of practical relevance with respect to current issues international companies are faced with. Apart from furthering progress on theory, it is our aim to assist companies with change through applied research. The research covers classic areas of Business Administration, such as finance, marketing and strategy, but also energy, health and administrative management, company management and sustainable management.

Support for founders

As part of the Blue Factory, the start-up incubator of ESCP Europe, up to 150 projects are supported annually from the forming of an idea to the founding. In addition, with its coworking space, the Blue Factory also offers participants in all degree programs space for creative exchange and support in developing their project ideas right through to founding a company. ESCP Europe is also involved in other initiatives in the area of entrepreneurship, e.g. with the Entrepreneurship Festival and the U-School - an entrepreneurial acceleration program aimed at founders.

Other special features

With its locations in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw, the world's oldest business school trains its students in Europe. Today, ESCP Europe has around 5,000 students and 5,000 executives from over 100 nations at its six European locations. ESCP Europe Berlin is a state-recognised scientific university and the first university in Germany to be recognised by all three international accreditation agencies - AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA. ESCP Europe is the # 1 European Business School in Germany (FT Ranking 2016).

Further information on research activities

Further information about study entry phase

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(P) = Professors' judgements

Last Update 2020: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education