Find Your Future Managers
The corporate relations department as a key interface
The Company Relations department is the interface between students and companies, particularly in the area of internships and Company Consultancy Projects.
In-company internships and projects are an essential and mandatory part of each programme. They ensure that participants meet educational objectives to understand how the business world functions. Participants can also apply their skills to real-life situations and develop new competencies.
Our mission is to offer you access to a highly motivated, dynamic and culturally diverse student body of interns, apprentices and graduates.
Offer an internship
ESCP provides companies with a complete internship management service.
- Check out the internship calendar
We are now on JobTeaser.com. In order to post your internship offers, you can either connect to your company’s JobTeaser account or sign-up through this form.
You will then be able to manage and modify your offers at any time.
Choose student profiles from the full range of ESCP programmes. If you are an ESCP partner, click here to access the new CV database on JobTeaser and select the students profiles and resumes that best meet your needs.
Specific platform for ESCP Berlin
For high class job offers targeted exclusively at students of ESCP Berlin you have to connect to the jobportal Stellenticket.
Recruitment of Interns in Italy
In compliance with the Italian Law n.183 / 2010, it is possible to anonymously access information regarding the profiles of our students in Italy.
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The Apprenticeship in France,
the Opportunity for Future Recruitment
An apprentice benefits from two skill-acquisition situations: through the academic curriculum and through real-life business practice.
ESCP therefore entrusts an important role to companies when they train apprentices.
It is a strong commitment to working with the School. The employment of a high-potential apprentice until the end of their studies is a great opportunity for a possible post-apprenticeship recruitment.
Recruit apprentices in France
The Apprenticeship Tracks in France for Master in Management Students
ESCP's two-year Apprenticeship Programme welcomes around a hundred students annually from the Grande Ecole Master in Management. Students are selected to complete a specialised curriculum co-designed by the School and a sponsoring company.
The alternation between periods at School and work enables students to adapt to company life without losing contact with the School, thus combining theoretical learning and real-life work experience into a coherent whole. The Apprentissage study option enables French companies to:
- actively participate in the education of an undergraduate student
- have access to a motivated and hard-working student over a long-term period
- benefit from an effective pre-recruitment method
For all the tracks, the students graduate at the end of their apprenticeship contract and are theoretically available for immediate recruitment by companies.
- Candidate profile
All apprentices come from the classes préparatoires sector. They start their apprenticeship after the first year of the Master in Management programme at ESCP.
This course starts in October of year N and finishes in August N+2 during the Master 1 and 2 years of the Master in Management programme.
- Candidate profile
Students enter Master 1 directly and are therefore of diverse academic and geographical origins. Due to the selection method, they do not come from classes préparatoires.
The schedule is the same as the 24-month Track but starting in January of year N and terminating end August N+1.
- Candidate profile
The apprentices are students who enter directly from classic educational backgrounds, namely classes préparatoires, pre-Master and Master.
Some will have had a gap year. They are therefore in the final years of their studies and have attained an advanced academic level and developed a well-defined career plan with extensive in-company experience.
The specific schedule is organised in two possible ways:
- whole periods from June year N to end August N+1, of which 5 consecutive months are full-time in-company from January to May
- weekly alternation 3/5 and ⅖
Apprenticeship from company’s point of view
Director of Risk Management
Head of Apprenticeships
What are the 3 key skills that interest you in an apprentice?
“Students who enter ESCP have already proven their capacity to learn. Therefore, I am looking for someone with a particularly mature attitude, good interpersonal skills, and rigour; convictions, even at the risk of making mistakes, the ability to think laterally, a little bit crazy, offbeat and Utopian, with the desire to move from ideas to putting them into practice.”
What do you particularly like about the ESCP students you take on apprenticeship?
“Their all-round education, their openmindedness and their cross-departmental aptitudes - all are indispensable to company risk management.”
How do you see your role as Head of Apprenticeship? What satisfaction does it give you?
“I am satisfied if the apprentices attain professional autonomy, an overview of their professional life, and find jobs at the end of their training.”
What do you most like about your job as Head of Apprenticeships?
“When my ex-apprentices tell me about their successes with smiles on their faces: this happened again just today.”
The apprenticeship track: a learning laboratory
Associate Professeur, Academic Director of the Master in Management Apprenticeship track
“Building a sandwich course should normally lead to a total rethink of teaching methods. However, most frequently the alternation between study and professional life stops at the classroom door and this necessitates a complete re-evalutation. At ESCP, we have achieved this goal thanks to the involvement of teachers in a learner centered on the apprenctice, professor tutor and apprenticeship manager triangle.
The apprenticeship track has become a teaching laboratory at ESCP, and was inspired by the sandwich course model designed by Geay*, adapted to the field of higher education in management.
This laboratory enables us to experiment with mechanisms aiming to support the acquisition of professional skills for our students, and to strengthen links with companies who have entrusted us with their training programmes for almost 15 years.”
Offer a job
Job offers are managed by the ESCP Alumni Association.
To post a job offer, send the job description as a MS Word document attachment to: email@example.com. Offers may target any type of candidate, from current students to executives, and can be consulted online by students and alumni on the ESCP Alumni Association website, in a protected access area.