An apropos overview of the accelerating digitalisation of higher education
Written during the COVID pandemic, Andreas Kaplan’s latest book offers a unique, timely insight into the acceleration of digital transformation and disruption, even, of higher education.
A bike ride for the planet
Have you ever wished you could take a year off of school to pursue that bucket list dream you’ve always wanted to accomplish?
Full Faculty Meeting looks into the future
The 2022 Full Faculty Meeting took place between 8 and 10 June, with professors working studiously on the future of the school, and a few of them rewarded for their efforts.
ESCP holds Women in Entrepreneurship Roundtable initiated by students
Over 40 attendees joined the "Challenges and Rewards of Pursuing a Career in Entrepreneurship: A Woman’s Perspective" roundtable, which took place on Tuesday, 14 June 2022. The online event was modera...
The decision-making logics that accelerate or slow down start-ups
New research from René Mauer and his co-authors identifies which decision-making logics act as brakes and gas pedals.
Bachelor in Management Intercampus Meeting at ESCP Madrid campus
Bachelor in Management Intercampus Meeting at ESCP Madrid campus Brainstorming, working togehter, growing stronger and learning from each other.
2022 Gran Galà d'estate: ESCP's most glamorous night of the Summer
On June 17 2022, ESCP Turin Campus hosted the 16th edition of its annual Summer gala. After having postponed the event for two years due to the pandemic, we were thrilled to be able to host the event ...
My experience at the “world’s largest event for the planet”
Within a few years, a young company made it possible for the fifth edition of the “world’s largest event for our planet” to take place. Introducing Change Now. This year’s summit took place in May at ...
ESCP Student Volunteering in Marginalised Communities
Anna Lelorieux has just spent four months volunteering with children in Nepal
Dejan Glavas rewarded by AFFI for his PhD research on green bonds
The ESCP Business School PhD graduate won a best paper award for his research establishing a link between expected green regulations and the market’s valuation of green bond issuers.
Gorgi Krlev wins best ‘Business for Society’ paper award
The new faculty member was rewarded for a paper proposing a way to measure social innovation in market-oriented social enterprises, thereby helping address societal challenges.
Cosmopolitan, sophisticated, bustling, energetic, vibrant. Madrid is full of energy as only a capital city can be.
Dynamic, internationally appealing, business centre and Italian lifestyle, Turin is the next step in your training and career.