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Latest posts

Café coworking
Top 5 reasons to choose a startup for your first internship

When Master in Management student Annalisa Tramonnoni joined ESCP, she thought that big multinationals would offer the best learning environment. Then she chose the Impact Entrepreneurship specialisat…

Engineer manager
From Engineer to Manager: Why you should study business after an engineering degree

As an engineering graduate, Otmane Rahmouni felt he lacked managerial skills and business-related knowledge that are essential for making the difference in an extremely competitive world. My curiosity…

Personalised MiM
4 ways to create your personalised MiM experience

ESCP Business School and its Masters in Management offer one of the most versatile degree experiences out there. With so many academic, social, and professional opportunities to choose from – sp…

GMAT Success Story: It is doable with only 3 weeks of preparation!

The dreaded GMAT. Recommended preparation time to get the score you want is at least 8 weeks – but current Master in Management student Catarina Machado only had 3! Read on to see how she did it.

Who said there’s nothing to do in Paris during the pandemic?

I was born and raised in Paris, so I thought I knew of all the best things to see and do. The current situation pushed me to search for new activities and I was really surprised by the number of thing…

How to get your first job abroad
How to get your first job abroad?

The idea of working abroad is very attractive to a lot of people. However, getting your first job outside of your home country can be a bit overwhelming. Alumna Anu Apurvaa Sindol shares her experienc…

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