The oldest business school in the world has launched a new scholarship for small- to medium-sized companies, offering participants the opportunity to study in seven countries during the programme.
The ESCP-EAP European School of Management, founded in 1819, has campuses in London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid and Turin. The school will offer three scholarships each year for the 18-month long European executive MBA, which is designed to develop the management skills of key executives and to accelerate global exposure for employers.
The scholarship will be available to companies with fewer than 250 employees worldwide, with offices in the European Union and with a specific development project to grow the business internationally.
Managers who are put forward for the programme must have between five and 20 years of professional experience and currently hold a strategic development role. The scholarships will fund two-thirds of the program fees, with the company paying the balance.