Course: Project Management Certification Training
Organisations and companies compete in increasingly competitive and international markets. Within these, project management is a way to stand out.
Despite the changing economic environment, companies invest in acquiring personnel trained in this regard and adopt more professional practices to develop projects. To acknowledge this, the ESCP Europe PMP® course trains students in the methodology, techniques and tools of project management.
This five-day summer course places special emphasis on managerial skills, specifically the economic and financial management of projects in the field of business, risk management, contracts/procurement and preparation for the PMP® exam. Participants will have ongoing support once from ESCP Europe once they have completed the PMP® course.
1,200€ per person
This course can be taught in either English or Spanish, depending upon the requirements of the edition.
PMI required Diploma
ESCP Europe has developed a worldwide network of academic partners
These alliances with universities all over the world allow to:
- Create several study opportunities for our students elsewhere than on the school’s
6 European campuses. ESCP Europe’s identity is deeply European yet its
destination is the World.
- Offer interdisciplinary study opportunities which go beyond pure business education. Thus our students can take advanced courses in other disciplines such as law, design, or mathematics.
- Increase the diversity of our student body by hosting students coming from other
fields than business management. E.g. each year ESCP Europe welcomes engineering students in dual degree programmes coming from such prestigious schools as the Ecole Centrale de Paris , Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité (Supélec) , or Politecnico di Torino .
- Foster research projects among professors from different countries, host visiting faculty from around the world, and promote the production of knowledge in pluridisciplinary and multinational teams (joint conferences and seminars, publication of articles and books).