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ESCE Alumni Association

Choosing ESCE means joining the big family of international managers! ESCE ALUMNI

Our Alumni build and consider the international as an essential factor in their career, there are 13,000 of them today who have made this choice and 40% work abroad!

The ESCE Alumni Association works to build and manage a network of 13,000 Alumni spread across 80 countries. Its mission is to :

  • support alumni in their professional careers,
  • bring them together around common interests,
  • keep them informed about the life of the network,
  • to raise ESCE’s profile in France and abroad.

The ESCE curriculum provides students with all the tools to successfully start an experience abroad. An expatriation is a unique chance to differentiate yourself on the job market to access stimulating responsibilities…

Antoine BERLIET,

Associate Director – Global Inventory Optimization – Becton Dickinson, New Jersey (Promotion 2002)

alumni testimony

“After ESCE, I obtained a V.I.E in Ivory Coast. I dreamed of discovering the African continent, and Abidjan, the economic capital of the country, offers a good balance between urban life and the gentle African way of life. I spent 6 months there as a sales representative for an IT startup that wanted to set up in Abidjan. Then, back in Paris, I got my first Permanent contract in international media, for a news channel that wanted to develop its advertising network… in Africa! I was therefore Account Manager for 20 countries in French-speaking, English-speaking and Portuguese-speaking Africa. My missions were to market the channel’s advertising space and customizable editorial programs to large African groups (telecommunications, tourism, construction, agri-food, regional institutions, etc.).”


Entrepreneur – (Class of 2013)

“I followed the specialization at ESCE in Audit and Management Control. In my opinion, the strength of my journey revolves around 3 axes. Firstly, understanding the mechanisms of the various functions of a company, then an international outlook following a university exchange in Poland and finally consistency in the construction of my professional career through my internships carried out within the same industrial group . I started my career in London, at General Electric (GE) in management control; after 5 years and several functions in finance within different entities of the group, I moved towards project management in commercial process excellence. »


Senior Project leader Digital Enablement – General Electric Life (Promotion 2010)

After 5 years spent at ESCE – International Marketing specialization – and during which I carried out several exchanges abroad and internships such as the end-of-study one in marketing at Heineken France, my choice was made: I wanted to evolve as a Product Manager in a large group. Over the years, I have passed through different houses: Bacardi Martini and Orangina Schweppes. But after 5 years as a Product Manager, I realized that the missions that really fascinated me were those focused on influence and brand image. I therefore made the decision to leave my position in order to reorient myself towards the communication professions, an engaging choice when you have a comfortable place within a great company but a great challenge to take on to continue to develop. to flourish every day. It was Moët Hennessy Diageo, French distributor of wines & spirits of the LVMH group, who was able to trust me and believe in my motivations.

Pauline BECEL,

Senior Communication Manager – Moët Hennesy (Promotion 2011)

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Updated 8 April 2024