Articles from Kate Mowbray

Bertrand Moingeon to head Executive Education at ESCP Europe

Professor Bertrand Moingeon joins ESCP Europe as Executive Vice President and Dean for Executive Education and Corporate initiatives as of 1 September 2018.

ESCP Europe students imagine the superstore of the future

Sharing best practices on student government, global views on responsible leadership and learning from global business and industry leaders

Prestigious 2019 Graduate Business Forum Leadership Awards bestowed upon students from Cornell SC Johnson College of Business and University of Toronto Rotman School of Management

A SPOC to teach industrial relations at ESCP Europe

ESCP Europe's Industrial Relations and Firms' Competitiveness Chair, signed with Airbus, Groupe Renault, Sodexo and Solvay, is creating the first-ever SPOC (Small Private Online Course) dedicated to social dialogue.

Oldest business school in the world, ESCP Europe, celebrates its Bicentenary

ESCP Europe is celebrating its 200th anniversary in 2019 – the perfect opportunity to recall the special place that Europe holds within the school's institutional identity.

ESCP Europe (London) is Business School of the Year

ESCP Europe Business School (London) lifted the Business School of the Year trophy at this year’s Times Higher Education Awards.

ESCP Europe ‘s Master in Management programme ranks number five worldwide

ESCP Europe has been ranked number five in the Financial Times Master in Management Ranking 2018. An amazing 98% of its students are employed just three months after graduation.

Université Paris-Saclay and McGill University partner to boost international scientific education and research

Université Paris-Saclay has signed a cooperation agreement with McGill University, the most international university in Canada.

ESCP Europe and Sports Management: New Summer Course

The Summer course designed for young people interested in becoming managers in the sports world starts on June 29th in Turin.

Physics teaching reimagined by international exchange website

Physics students are more interested and engaged when they conduct experiments themselves and can share with their fellow team members, according to new research from Université Paris-Saclay.

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