ESSEC Business School was created in 1907 with the mission of responding to the challenges of the future. Its main campus is based in the capital of France, Paris, but it has three other campuses as well.Show more
The Master in Management program at the ESSEC Business School allows the students to choose their courses accordingly to their preferences and their professional targets. We can also go through international exchange and take part in internships with companies that are also partners with the school. The school is also next to the city of Paris.View more
This 4-year programme provides a general business education and allows students to study a variety of subjects to choose what they wish to specialise in. The ESSEC BBA programme allows students to have several professional and associative experiences.
The strengths of the programme are its reputation and job opportunities upon graduation, but also its international dimension.
The weak points are a lack of depth in certain subjects, but this can be justified by the fact that the training is global and generalist.
Doing PhD in essec took some time, to be precise about five years. But the experience was very good and cost effective too. There are opportunities for the student for teaching assistantship and that helps both financially and in career. In the final year I could manage to teach marketing to M1 students and this helped shape my careerView more
The Grande Ecole is one of the most recognised degrees in France. And Essec ranks in the top 3 universities which helps the students in their quest to find jobs. Companies value the university rankings. One suggestion would be to brush up on your French language skills.View more
The Grande Ecole programme in Essec is very good. It’s right next to the HEC in my opinion and is ranked accordingly. It has been consistently in the top 3 and delivers value to a student and their profile. Job prospects are good too.View more
I graduated from Essec in 2018 from a master’s in corporate finance. The program was very well paced and also had an exchange semester with IE business school in Spain. The school also provides a good atmosphere for entrepreneursView more
I did a master’s in global luxury management in essec. The outlook back then was great but unfortunately, this is not one of Essec’s strengths. You’d be better off in a more general degree than specialising.View more
I have graduated from Essec in 2019 in the international purchasing and supply chain program. The program was well designed and provides you with good skills to get you started for a career in the supply chain. The career fairs that were organised were good.View more
The program is well suited for early professionals with an engineering degree preferably or a degree in economics. I would suggest taking the ceasure irrespective of the experience level as it helps you take your time to adjust to the job market.View more
Graduated from Grande Ecole programme in 2020 amidst the covid crisis. But the school helped the students with a lot of opportunities. Career fairs were very helpful and the careers team guide you every step of the wayView more