ESCP Europe Business School

Course Introduction

Business organizations are increasingly under pressure to engineer complex changes to remain competitive in their markets.

Such changes may involve restructuring, mergers and/or acquisitions, internationalization, I.T. systems reengineering, new product or service development and launch, etc.

Project managers must be able to make quick decisions in highly complex situations, adapt to unfavourable conditions and anticipate risks. A successful project manager must be a high'level professional, mastering most, if not all, of the methods and techniques prevalent in the field of consulting. This includes a solid grasp of general management, dynamics of organisations, and project leadership.

All of these are the focus of the Executive Specialized Master in Business Consulting. It is designed especially for participants who aspire to become project managers in an international context, dealing with complex projects.

Start Date:


Duration & Attendance Qualification Tuition fees Fee type
1 year
Full Time
Executive Master`s

Qualifications required:

  • Eligible applicants must hold a master’s-level academic or professional degree earned in fine arts, architecture, engineering, management, public administration, political science, or any other graduate-level degree. This requirement may be waived for applicants with non-traditional backgrounds and those who demonstrate exceptional qualities and skills. In accordance with standards set by the French Conférence des Grandes Ecoles, such applicants must not exceed 30% of admitted students per year. Two letters of recommendation from your current employers regarding your career potential. Fluency in English. For applicants whose 1st language is not English, we require the following minimum scores: TOEFL: 100; TOEIC: 850; IELTS: band 7. Applicants who have previously studied or worked for more than two years in an English-speaking country, are exempt from providing a TOEFL, TOEIC or IELTS score. You will however have to be assessed by the selection committee during your admission interview.