DCSIMG

The Bachelor in Management at ESCP Europe Business School

British Council, Japan
1-2, Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0825 Japan

Take the first step towards a successful international career, by learning more about the Bachelor in Management at ESCP Europe Business School!

Join the Marketing Manager, Carly Goya, as she presents this unique business management degree that allows students in study in 3 different European cities over 3 years. Choose from ESCP Europe campuses in London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid and Turin.

We will also discuss:

-       Benefits of Studying in Europe

-       Differences between a Business School and a University

-       Entry Requirements and the Admissions Process

-       Scholarship Opportunities

First hour: Presentation
Second hour: Individual consultations


About ESCP Europe Business School

ESCP Europe is the world’s first business school (established in 1819) and has educated generations of leaders, managers and entrepreneurs. The school is triple-crown accredited (EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB) and welcomes students from over 90 different nations every year. 

Having six urban campuses, in London, Paris, Berlin, Turin, Madrid and Warsaw, allows ESCP Europe to provide a unique style of cross-cultural business education and a global perspective on international management issues.

ESCP Europe offers a range of highly-ranked undergraduate and postgraduate programs, including a Bachelor in Management, an International MBA and over 20 different specialized Masters.

ESCP Europe Business School

MS CARLY GOYAMarketing Manager, ESCP EUROPE

Carly Goya is an Australian, who has been living in the UK for almost 6 years. She has been working in education for over ten years and has been with ESCP Europe since the launch of their Bachelor program in 2015.

Carly has worked and travelled in a number of countries throughout Europe, the US and Asia, including two years spent in Nagoya, Japan.   She truly believes in the power of international education and the life-long benefits of studying and working abroad.


 

Enquiries

British Council Japan
1-2, Kagurazaka Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo 162-0825

  +81 (0)3 3235 8031