6 Urban Campuses
European at heart
As European humanists we believe that business nurtures society and therefore it can help lead the world in the right direction.
Created 200 years ago by entrepreneurs, we continue to develop creativity by encouraging curiosity, boldness and ambition throughout our 6 integrated campuses in Europe, all of which are led by principles that inspire collaborative leadership and progress for a stronger world.
By encompassing pluralism through respect for cultures and all forms of diversity, we develop a singular concept to management disciplines based on a multicultural, interdisciplinary and an open approach.
We cultivate academic excellence in order to shape leaders who are capable of doing business in an openly responsible manner and with an equally open approach that seeks to move beyond boundaries.
ESCP’s distinctive model of a cross-border multi-campus business school embodies the heart of our European identity. With its six urban campuses in major European cities, ESCP contributes actively to the development of a European management culture and allows the School to offer a unique type of cross-cultural business education.
A Symbol for both European Life and International Outlook
With its unique history and culture, the German capital has become a symbol for both European life and international outlook – and is of course famous for its diverse economy.
A Truly Multicultural Experience
London is more than just a city: it’s a global centre for business and culture, and a multicultural giant that offers you an unforgettable life experience.
Full of Energy As Only a Capital City Can Be
From Puerta del Sol and the Plaza Mayor to the Plaza de España, Malasaña, Chueca and the Bernabeu football stadium, it’s not just the sheer size of the city that makes it stir.
Where History Meets Innovation
Legendary capital of fashion, business incubator and number one tourist destination worldwide Paris is defined both by innovation and tradition.
Look to the Future
Turin is a dynamic and attractive city that knows how to renew itself and look to the future. It has become a fresh, smart, modern and open-minded hub of all that is European.
At the heart of Central and Eastern Europe
Without doubt, Warsaw is Poland’s administrative, financial, academic capital and has a lively social and cultural scene. It is steadily climbing the international rankings of the world’s most attractive urban areas.