European business schools must adapt to a world in flux

Elvera Bartels

Europe is home to some of the oldest, most highly regarded and currently most disrupted business schools in the world. Since the creation of ESCP in Paris, which celebrated its 200th anniversary last year with the claim of being the world’s first “special school of commerce and industry”, the continent has become the base for dozens of institutions of global repute.

While the US is often seen as the home of the MBA, and Asia is the new frontier for economic growth, studying business in Europe has many advantages. The openness of its borders, the international appeal of its leading cities and the relatively small size of many of its nations have resulted in a rich variety of international students and faculty.

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