Established in 1819, the world’s first business school, ESCP Europe was founded by a group of economic scholars and businessmen including the well-known economist Jean-Baptiste Say and the celebrated trader Vital Roux. Jean-Baptiste Say was an advocate of economic liberalism and is often credited with having coined the concept of entrepreneurship as early as 1800. Vital Roux is particularly known for having largely contributed to the elaboration of the Commercial Code in 1807 as well as for his up-front thinking in innovative pedagogy. One can therefore say that the creation of ESCP Europe represents the invention of the "business school" concept.
Our goal is to bring the institutes closer to you. But we cannot do that without the institutes joining our platform. Please help us to help you. Create an account and sign the petition to ask this institute to join Programship. Thank you very much.
Corso Unione Sovietica, 218, 10134 Torino TO, Italy
 Tourism and Hospitality
 Business, Economics and Management
Programs percentage by levels