Get your questions answered

Register for the Live Q&A Session

Looking to find out more about the Master in Management (MIM) - Grande Ecole program at ESSEC Business School before the upcoming application deadline of Tuesday, March 1st, 2022?

Join us for the upcoming live session, where current students Tianyi Song and Guillaume de Brito (Started the MIM in Singapore), as well as Benedikt Brand and Yeaeun Cha (Started the MIM in France) will answer any questions you may have!

Please complete the form to register for the session.

The session will take place on:

Wednesday, February 9th, 2022
12:00 PM CET
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