Objectives of the Programme
The programme is open to everyone passionate about the F&B industry and who wants to work in it from a management perspective. You don’t have to be a “specialist” in the F&B sector to be admitted. You will have the opportunity to strengthen your general Management skills through courses covering Marketing, Finance, Sales, HR Management and different Strategy areas.
Once you have completed the programme, multiple scenarios will be open in a multinational company or in a small-medium enterprise, in a start-up or in a consolidated business in Europe or around the world.
Innovative and Operational
This MSc offers you all the elements of a high-level Master programme with an innovative approach offering the first-hand experience with more than 20 days of company visits, meetings with top managers from the Food & Beverage Industry, tasting sessions in regions known for food excellence like Piedmont, Tuscany, and the Champagne Region.
Spokespeople from well-known international Food and Beverage companies will give tips and tricks on how to successfully develop new products and ideas and how to enhance your personal network.
An internship, interactive lectures based on case studies, integrated teamwork and oral presentations, as well as operational Labs and business games, will make this MSc unique and innovative and give you a very practical preparation to successfully enter this sector.
- Bachelor or Master’s Degree in any field of study
- English fluency (level C1)
What is Considered a Plus:
- Previous work experience in the Food & Beverage sector
- A little knowledge of a second foreign language
A payment of €130 for application fees payable to CCIP ESCP Europe.
The fees for the academic year 2019/2020 are set at €26,500.
The fees are invoiced either:
- in one instalment at the beginning of the academic year
- ESCP Europe also offers the direct debit option:
- Deposit: €3,500 by 2 weeks after admission
- First instalment: €11,500 by the 31 Aug 2019
- Second instalment: €11,500 by the 22 Feb 2020
The MSc in Food and Beverage Management offers students partial scholarships, funded by the CCIAA of Turin, on the basis of both merit and financial need.
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