ESCP Europe Business School
1819, as 'Ecole Spéciale de Commerce et d'Industrie'. Subsequently called 'Ecole Supérieure de Commerce'. Developed into ESCP, 1869. On merger with Ecole des Affaires de Paris (EAP), 1999, changed title into ESCP-EAP European School of Management. Former full title: ESCP-EAP European School of Management - Paris London Madrid Berlin Turin. Previously also referred to as Ecole européenne des affaires -- Escuela Europea de Administración de Empresas -- Europäische Wirtschaftshochschule. Current title adopted 2009. Campuses in Germany opened 1973; Spain 1988; Italy 2004.
Provide business education and a global perspective on management issues; contribute to the development of a European, cross-national management culture; remain faithful to Europe's humanistic values while anticipating the new ways of the world.
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Campuses at: Paris (France); Berlin (Germany); London (UK); Madrid (Spain); Turin (Italy). Each campus has its own specific governance structure. Includes: E-XM1426 - Association of ESCP Europe Students and Graduates (ESCP Europe Alumni).
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