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Social diversity, 
Inclusion, and 
International Policy 
at ESCP Europe
Professor Andreas Kaplan
Dean for Academic Affairs...
• ESCP Europe: The European cross‐
border multi‐campus business school
• ESCP Europe: Social diversity and 
inclusion as r...
ESCP Europe: The European cross‐border multi‐campus business school
4
About ESCP Europe,
the World‘s First Business School (est. 1819)
• ESCP Europe – The World’s First Business School (esta...
5
European cross-border multi-campus
business school – the concept
ESCP Europe
European
cross-border
multi-campus
business...
6
Brand storytelling is vital:
Europe appears difficult to grasp
What’s the advantage 
of studying at a 
European business...
7
Defining European Management,
notion behind the concept
Kaplan, Andreas M. (2014) European management and European busin...
8
The concept “cross-border multi-campus”
represented by the School‘s product portfolio
Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic...
ESCP Europe: Social diversity and inclusion as richness and value added
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Social diversity and inclusion as richness
and important value added
At ESCP Europe, we see social diversity not only a...
11
Example 1: Talent Spring Programme
(Specific track to enter the School‘s flagship)
Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic A...
12
Example 2: Wintegreat (Initiative led by an
ESCP Europe student society)
Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs
198...
13
ESCP Europe – an ecosystem of societal
activities, inclusion, and equal opportunities
Scholarships
Andreas Kaplan – Dea...
ESCP Europe: Cross‐cultural and international at the heart of its mission
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Cross-cultural and international are
inherently part of ESCP Europe‘s mission
ESCP Europe‘s Mission Statement:
ESCP Eur...
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All of our students study at a minimum two
different campuses during their programme
Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic...
17
Next to our campuses, students also have
the option to study at our partner universities
Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Acad...
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A final video about ESCP Europe:
European Identity, Global Perspective
Andreas M. Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs
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Social diversity, Inclusion, and International Policy at ESCP Europe

Social diversity, Inclusion, and International Policy at ESCP Europe Business School - Sorbonne Arts et Metiers University

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Social diversity, Inclusion, and International Policy at ESCP Europe

  1. 1. Social diversity,  Inclusion, and  International Policy  at ESCP Europe Professor Andreas Kaplan Dean for Academic Affairs ESCP Europe Business School Sorbonne Arts et Métiers University Fulbright Foundation Fall 2016
  2. 2. • ESCP Europe: The European cross‐ border multi‐campus business school • ESCP Europe: Social diversity and  inclusion as richness and value added • ESCP Europe: Cross‐cultural and  international at the heart of its mission Agenda 2Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs
  3. 3. ESCP Europe: The European cross‐border multi‐campus business school
  4. 4. 4 About ESCP Europe, the World‘s First Business School (est. 1819) • ESCP Europe – The World’s First Business School (established in 1819) • 6 ESCP Europe campuses in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin, and Warsaw • Cross-campus programmes with coordinated curricula • More than 100 academic alliances in Europe and the World • Triple accredited: EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB • 5,000 students in degree programmes representing 100 different nationalities • 5,000 high-level participants in customized trainings and executive education • More than 140 research-active professors representing over 20 nationalities • 45,000 alumni representing over 200 nationalities in over 150 countries worldwide Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs
  5. 5. 5 European cross-border multi-campus business school – the concept ESCP Europe European cross-border multi-campus business school In contrast to campuses outside of Europe, close distance allows for efficiently working together across campuses on all levels In contrast to partnerships with other business schools, own campuses allow for better coordination and control of academic excellence • Complete integration of 6 campuses with adaptations for local contexts: One school with six doors • Relative closeness permits working in cross- campus teams while on top experiencing different cultures, learning language, etc. Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs
  6. 6. 6 Brand storytelling is vital: Europe appears difficult to grasp What’s the advantage  of studying at a  European business  school?  Focus on humanistic  values, understanding  of cultures, tradition,  more transversal  approach, … Europe embraces a maximum cultural diversity at minimal geographical distance ESCP Europe is/educates experts in European, cross-cultural management in Europe and beyond ??? ? Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs
  7. 7. 7 Defining European Management, notion behind the concept Kaplan, Andreas M. (2014) European management and European business schools: Insights from the history of business schools, European Management Journal, 32(4), 529-534. Societal management takes into account society’s overall welfare in addition to mere profitability considerations European management is a cross-cultural, societal management approach based on interdisciplinary principles Interdisciplinarity creates s.th. new by crossing boundaries and combining the knowledge encompassed in different domains Cross-cultural management aims to understand how culture affects management practice, to identify cross-cultural similarities and differences in management practices Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs
  8. 8. 8 The concept “cross-border multi-campus” represented by the School‘s product portfolio Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs Students in our degree programmes all spend time  in at least two different countries during their studies at ESCP Europe General management programmes • Bachelor in Management:  3 years – 3 countries • Master in Management:  2 years – 2 to 4 countries • Full‐time MBA:  1 year – 2 countries • Executive MBA:  1.5 years – 2+ countries • PhD/Doctorate: 3 years Specialist management programmes • > 20 Specialist Masters: 1 year – 2 countries • > 10 Exec. Specialist Masters: 1.5 years – 2+ countries Executive Education • Open programmes • Custom programmes
  9. 9. ESCP Europe: Social diversity and inclusion as richness and value added
  10. 10. 10 Social diversity and inclusion as richness and important value added At ESCP Europe, we see social diversity not only as an opportunity for  students coming from weaker social backgrounds but also as one available to  all the other students; social diversity as value source/richness to the School. Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs Societal considerations are a  defining element in European  management and therefore in  ESCP Europe’s global strategy. Diversity (social, cultural,  academic backgrounds, etc.) leads  to more innovation, creativity,  flexibility, and adaptability.
  11. 11. 11 Example 1: Talent Spring Programme (Specific track to enter the School‘s flagship) Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs Talent Spring offers a second chance to young people whose academic  career, slowed by an unfavorable environment, did not provide them access  to a leading business school, although they show high potential. Three day assessment center • Simulation exercises to identify the candidate’s leadership and teamwork capacities • Individual interviews to test the candidate’s communication and reflexivity skills • Computer‐based examinations to measure data analysis / decision making potential • English tests during the simulations and / or interviews • All candidates receive a detailed feedback at the end of their assessment
  12. 12. 12 Example 2: Wintegreat (Initiative led by an ESCP Europe student society) Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs 1985 2015 30  years Wintegreat offers semi-annual programmes for refugees (French language courses; Courses on French culture; Help with French administration; Etc.) with the aim of highlighting the talents and enhancing their skills for a successful and dignified integration without any downgrading Wintegreat is a student-led initiative founded at ESCP Europe in 2015 inspired, sponsored, and encouraged by Alexandre Lederman (also alumnus of ESCP Europe) who thirty years ago in 1985 co-created the Restos du Coeur (well-known French charity distributing food packages and hot meals to the needy) while studying at ESCP Europe.
  13. 13. 13 ESCP Europe – an ecosystem of societal activities, inclusion, and equal opportunities Scholarships Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs Specific programmes Student Societies Associate Dean for  Social Diversity  and Inclusion
  14. 14. ESCP Europe: Cross‐cultural and international at the heart of its mission
  15. 15. 15 Cross-cultural and international are inherently part of ESCP Europe‘s mission ESCP Europe‘s Mission Statement: 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. Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs ESCP Europe‘s mission statements (Assurance of Learning – AOL) • M1: Transmit knowledge and practice, specifically in cross‐cultural management • M2: Develop culturally intelligent and multilingual managers and entrepreneurs • M3: Produce and advance research and knowledge, in particular in cross‐cultural  management • M4: Form adaptable, open‐minded leaders encouraging all types of diversity and talents • M5: Foster European humanistic values leading to responsible business leaders • M6: Provide high quality multicultural experiences to any of the School’s students/ participants
  16. 16. 16 All of our students study at a minimum two different campuses during their programme Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs French Grade de Master German Master of Science • Senate for Education, Science and Research Berlin UK European MSc in Management • Cooperation with the City University London Spanish Master en Administración y Dirección de Empresas • Cooperation with the Carlos III University of Madrid Italian Laurea Magistrale • Cooperation with the University of Torino, Faculty of Economics Polish degree • Cooperation with Kozminski University • French Ministry of Higher Education and Research
  17. 17. 17 Next to our campuses, students also have the option to study at our partner universities Andreas Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs • Argentina: Universidad de San Andrés (MSc Finance / Marketing / Organization) • China: Chinese University of Hong Kong (MSc Business Analytics, Finance, IT, Marketing) | Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) (Master International business) | Tongji University Shanghai (MSc Enterprise management, Technology economics) • France: CentraleSupélec (Engineering) | ENSAE (Engineering – Economics/Statistics) | PrépENA Sorbonne (Public administration) • India: Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode (IIMK) (MBA) | Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIMC) (MBA) | Management Development Institute (MDI) (MBA), Gurgaon |Indian Institute of Management Lucknow (IIML) (MBA) • Italy: Politecnico di Torino (Engineering) | Università Ca'Foscari di Venezia (Laurea Mag.); • Japan: Waseda University (MBA) • Poland: Cracow University of Economics (Intern. bus) |Poznan University of Economics (PUE) • Portugal: Universidade Catolica Portuguesa (MSc in Management) • Russia: Higher School of Economics (HSE) Moscow (Master in Economics and Finance) • Taiwan: National Chengchi University (MBA) • UK: Aston Business School (MSc Intern. Business, HRM, Acc. & Finance, etc.) • USA: Cornell University (MBA) | MIT (MSc Finance, Management) | University of South Carolina (Master in International Business) | University of Texas at Austin (Master in Accounting) • Vietnam: Centre Franco-Vietnamien de formation à la Gestion – CFVG (MBA) Double degree partner universities Many more partner universities available for exchange programmes
  18. 18. 18 A final video about ESCP Europe: European Identity, Global Perspective Andreas M. Kaplan – Dean for Academic Affairs

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