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Business success and career progression are the key goals of ESCP Europe's General Management Programme (GMP). This one-year, part-time programme (equivalent to 50% of an ESCP Europe EMBA) provides participants with a deep understanding of contemporary international business. Using classic and new management tools, participants learn how to make informed decisions and respond to uncertainty.

The new London-Berlin track offers all nine core courses of the EMBA* into compact modules: a long-weekend with a unique consulting skills workshop (Problem Solving & Decision Making), followed by three intensive six-day weeks between January and September, two of which will be in Berlin (travel and accommodation costs for London students is covered by the School). The graduation ceremony takes place in November in London. The course minimises the time participants take off work, with many using annual leave.

The GMP certificate is a stand-alone course in itself, but also opens the door to participants wishing to continue to work for the full EMBA degree. This is achieved by completing a series of elective courses, international seminars and an international consultancy project. For those living far from ESCP Europe's London campus, electives are now also offered in aggregated clusters to minimise the number of trips required.

To discuss the General Management Programme, please contact Emily Centeno by calling +44 (0)20 7443 8854 or via email: ecenteno@escpeurope.eu.

More information on the General Management Programme can also be found at http://escpeuro.pe/15ZARa1

*Currently ranked 5th worldwide for career progression (FT, 2012).

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