Founded in 1907, ESSEC Business School is an international higher education institution in Cergy- Pontoise and La Défense (Paris area), Singapore and Morocco. It is one of the leading business schools worldwide and has obtained the triple accreditation of AACS (=), EQUIS and AMBA. ESSEC is also one of the most selective schools in France and thus considered one of the “Grandes écoles”. ESSEC is mostly known for its outstanding Master’s programme – their Master of Science in Management was ranked 3rd by the “Financial Times” in 2014, 2015 and 2016. The global MBA was ranked by QS as one of the best European programmes with the regard to their graduate employability rate.
ESSEC currently has 8 departments:
-Accounting and Management Control,
-Information Systems, Decision Sciences and Statistics,
-Public & Private Policy
ESSEC also has partnerships with top universities all over the world for exchange and double degree programmes. Students at ESSEC get to experience business-related learning that prepares them for employment in an practical and multicultural environment.
Admission to the Bachelor degrees is open to students who have a High Schol diploma and are younger than 25. Potential students should have in interest in languages as they have the option of studying completely in English, French or both.
ESSEC is a highly diversified place with a pioneer spirit. Student life here is awesome with lots of events. The thing worth to emphasise is its close link with companies with chair programs which is led by a major sponsor and provide students with real-life projects and the possibility to do an apprenticeship. During all these preparing courses and programs, the graduates become really competitive on the market.View more
I applied for an advanced master’s degree in IT management at ESSEC business school and absolutely don’t regret it!
The teachers are more than helpful and will always try to give the best advice to develop our career which is what I was looking for after getting my engineering degree last year.
I had the opportunity to work at the same time as my master is a part-time master with this rhythm:
– 3 weeks at work
– 1 week at school
It’s, in my opinion, a wise choice to follow such a program after a masters degree to specialize in a specific domain.View more