Executive MBA Major in Insurance

Partnership with ESCP Europe

Objectives

ESCP Europe and Le Cnam-Enass have launched a partnership to provide managers from the insurance sector with an executive education programme at the highest level.

Successful completion of this programme awards participants with a double degree:

  • ESCP Europe’s Executive MBA
  • Cnam-Enass’ Master 2 Management in Insurance

Admission conditions

Applicants must demonstrate their managerial skills and potential for success within their company.

A university degree and a minimum of five years’ managerial experience are required.

All participants will be required to attend courses and submit coursework in English. For nonnative English speakers, we require the following minimum scores on the tests listed below:

  • TOEFL : 100
  • IELTS : Band 7
  • IN-HOUSE ENGLISH TEST (free) provided by British Council: CEFR C1*

Admission procedure

  • Step 1 : One-to-one meeting
  • Step 2 : Online Application at www.escpeurope.eu/emba
  • Step 3 : On-Campus Admission Interview
  • Step 4 : Place offered
  • Step 5 : Fee Payment Confirmation

Admission calendar

We accept applications:

  • until December 2017 for the programme starting in January 2018
  • until August 2018 for the programme starting in Paris in September 2018

Customisable duration

You can choose your executive MBA duration : 18 months, 22 months or 30 months

A programme compatible with professional activity. The Executive MBA is highly customisable. Organised as a part-time programme lasting 18 to 30 months and based on 4 pillars.

Programme

  • Core courses
    • Managing People and Organisations
    • Marketing
    • Cost Accounting and Management Control
    • Supply Chain Management
    • International Business Law
    • Corporate Strategy
    • Managerial Economics
    • Financial Accounting
    • Corporate Finance
  • 10 electives, including the 9 Major in Insurance electives:
    • Anticipating Future (Re)Insurance Market Challenges
    • Insurance Companies’ International Dimensions and Strategies
    • How to Cover Insurance Companies against Extreme Risks
    • Insurance Marketing and Distribution
    • New and Developing Challenges of Non-Life Insurance Markets
    • Asset Management for (Re)Insurers
    • Life Insurance Markets: Financial and Human Capital Challenges
    • Insurance Companies’ Challenges: Case Studies
    • Strategic Challenges of the Post-Crisis Financial Regulations: the Case of Insurance
  • International seminars
  • The international Consulting Project

Graduation

  • Validate 90 credits
  • Get at least 10/20 at each course evaluation
  • For unsuccessful candidates, a catch-up session is organized

Cost & Financing

The Executive MBA is eligible for CPF funding (code #178039) and RNCP funding (code #22739).

Standard Tuition Fees :
  • Executive MBA (18 to 30 months) €56,000*

Tuition fees include :

  • 520 teaching hours
  • All course books, materials and online modules
  • Accommodation costs for off-campus seminars

The following costs are not included:

  • Travel
  • Accommodation for core courses, electives and seminars on ESCP Europe campuses
* ESCP Europe is not subject to VAT for its training courses. All fees and class schedules are subject to modification.

Scholarships

12 merit-based scholarships worth €10,000 each are offered to our participants every year. They focus on 5 categories:

  • Scholarship for Women Leaders: 6 scholarships are open to women who demonstrate excellence in leadership and the ability to support the development of their female peers
  • NGO/Not-for-Profit Scholarship: open to employees of an NGO or Not-for-Profit organization
  • Scholarship for Entrepreneurs: open to entrepreneurs who have successfully launched a new Business
  • Emerging Market Scholarship: open to all admitted nationals of an emerging market country and employed by a company whose headquarters are in their home country
  • SME Scholarship: open to all company-sponsored employees of a small or medium-sized enterprise (based in Europe) with no more than 250 employees worldwide