Established in 1819, the world’s first business school, ESCP Europe 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.
As managers and entrepreneurs, ESCP Europe's graduates are equipped to lead and inspire in a globalised world.
Each ESCP Europe campus has a dedicated physical library. As well as stocking a wide range of books, the libraries provide access to over 3,000 online library resources which include business databases, international newspaper and trade journals, market reports and statistics and company/career information.
Computers, printers and internet access are available to all students across our six campuses primarily in our libraries, computer rooms and trading rooms.
ESCP Europe’s distinctive model of a cross-border multi-campus business school embodies the heart of our European identity. Having six urban campuses in major European cities – Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin and Warsaw – allows ESCP Europe to contribute actively to the development of a European management culture and allows the School to offer a unique type of cross-cultural business education.
Central association of the associative life of ESCP Europe, the student’s union (BDE, "Bureau des Elèves") is in charge of animating the school’s life on all its campuses. Hence it organizes:
AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA
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