Wojciech Podobas, a student of economics at KU, has published a book titled "Cryptocurrency Encyclopedia: the comprehensive guide through the 100 most important cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin and Altcoins Book 2020)" . The book has been published by Amazon.
The Minister of Science and Higher Education has announced the results of the eminent young scientists scholarship competition! KU's Agata Stasik, PhD and Mrs. Karolina Mikołajewska-Zając are among the awarded few!
We are looking for highly motivated candidates who will benefit from the multicultural diversity of our programme and ready to have an international business career.
The minimum requirements are: / Admission requirements:
Applicants with less experience who demonstrate exceptional maturity and outstanding leadership through their professional and personal experiences will also be considered.
Do not hesitate to send your CV to one of our admissions coordinators to check your eligibility for the MBA in International Management.
The MBA in International Management uses a rolling admissions process. Applications are made online. You can apply to any ESCP Europe campus: Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin or Warsaw. Only one application per candidate per year will be accepted.
Start your online application and don’t hesitate to contact our admissions coordinators for any support you need during the application process.
Step 1: The Online Application and Admission Test (click here)
The application form must be completed entirely in English.
If you are unable to provide a GMAT, GRE or Tage Mage certificate, you may take an ESCP Europe admission test during the on-campus admission session.
Candidates without any language qualification certificates will be tested during the on-campus admission session.
Candidates who can prove that they have earned a university degree taught entirely in English or those who have lived for 3 years in an English-speaking country are exempt from the English test.
Additional language certificates are a plus.
An application fee of EUR 170 must be paid at the end of the online application.
Step 2: The Interview
Each candidate is interviewed by a panel made up of programme directors, faculty and alumni.
A Skype interview can be offered to candidates residing outside of Europe.
Step 3: Securing Your Place
You will receive the admission decision within three weeks after the admission session.
Admitted candidates must confirm their acceptance by the deadline indicated in the offer letter. A non-refundable deposit of EUR 5,000 is required to secure a place in the programme once admission has been granted. This amount is deducted from the total tuition fees.
Warsaw applications deadlines for the September 2018 intake
Application deadline: Wednesday 31.1.2018
Please note that all dates are subject to change.