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'''ESSEC Business School''' is an international higher education institution located in France ([[Cergy-Pontoise]] and [[La Défense]] in [[Paris]]), [[Singapore]], and [[Morocco]]. Founded in 1907, it is one of France's "''[[Grandes écoles]]''", an institute of higher education linked to public education with very strict admission requirements,  and is known as one of the "trois Parisiennes" (three Parisians), along with [[ESCP Europe|ESCP]] and [[HEC Paris]].
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The school is headed by currently headed by [[:fr:Vincenzo Esposito Vinzi|Vincenzo Esposito-Vinzi]] following the appointment of [[Jean-Michel Blanquer]] as French [[Minister of Education (France)|Minister of Education]] in the [[First Philippe government|Philippe Government]] of President [[Emmanuel Macron]].
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In 2015, 70% of ESSEC MSc in Management graduates found a job before graduation[36] and 95% within three months after graduation.<ref>http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/masters-in-management-2016</ref>
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Formation1907
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TypeGrande école
Member ofBusiness for Inclusive Growth, Grande école
French prestigious business school

ESSEC Business School is an international higher education institution located in France (Cergy-Pontoise and La Défense in Paris), Singapore, and Morocco. Founded in 1907, it is one of France's "Grandes écoles", an institute of higher education linked to public education with very strict admission requirements, and is known as one of the "trois Parisiennes" (three Parisians), along with ESCP and HEC Paris.

The school is headed by currently headed by Vincenzo Esposito-Vinzi following the appointment of Jean-Michel Blanquer as French Minister of Education in the Philippe Government of President Emmanuel Macron.

In 2015, 70% of ESSEC MSc in Management graduates found a job before graduation[36] and 95% within three months after graduation.[1]


 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornNationalitySummaryDescription
Enrique Baron27 March 1944SpainPolitician
Lawyer
Economist
Spanish politician, economist, and lawyer.
Michel Bon5 July 1943FrancePolitician
Businessperson
French businessman who attended two Bilderbergs in the early 2000s
Pierre-André de Chalendar12 April 1958FranceBusinesspersonDouble Bilderberg French businessman.
Bruno Patino8 March 1965FranceJournalist
Editor
French journalist
Fleur Pellerin29 August 1973FranceBusinesspersonFrench politician


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