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ESCP Europe - Campus Madrid

Established in 1819, the world’s first business school, ESCP Europe was founded by a group of economic scholars and businessmen including the well-known economist Jean-Baptiste Say and the celebrated trader Vital Roux. Although the ESCP Europe brand evolved over its almost 200 years of history, it always remained loyal to its first three letters. Starting in 1819 under the name Ecole Spéciale de Commerce et d’Industrie and soon after renamed Ecole Supérieure de Commerce, it developed to ESCP fifty years later in 1869. After merging with its sister school, the European School of Management (EAP), in 1999, the school was called ESCP-EAP for about a decade. Finally in 2009, the school’s name turned into ESCP Europe, making explicit reference to its European heritage and positioning. Around one and a half centuries later, ESCP Europe was again a pioneer through the creation of a multi-campus business school.

ESCP Europe’s distinctive model of a cross-border multi-campus business school embodies the heart of our European identity. With its six urban campuses in major European cities, ESCP Europe contributes actively to the development of a European management culture and allows the School to offer a unique type of cross-cultural business education.

ESCP Europe offers six campuses but only one is doing hospitality and tourism.

MADRID: The Madrid campus, located only a couple of metres away from the National Park of Monte del Pardo, is an ideal place for students to focus on their study and professional development. The surrounding gardens and parks set the scene for the hard work and personal reflection necessary during the development of managerial competences.

ESCP Europe connects and shapes the business world by advancing cross-cultural management knowledge and practice.

Teaching management from an interdisciplinary perspective at the highest level of academic excellence, we develop culturally intelligent, multilingual leaders, who are open-minded, adaptable and responsible.

As managers and entrepreneurs, ESCP Europe's graduates are equipped to lead and inspire in a globalised world.

In the context of an ever more globalized world, the ambition of ESCP Europe today is to train truly European managers by fostering the link between humanistic values and management education. ESCP Europe becomes a veritable European School open to the World.