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With the implementation of the Separation of the State and the Church in 1905, the school buildings were confiscated in 1913, forcing ESSEC to join the Paris Catholic Academy. Then, ESSEC takes its current name. Their resources are reduced: they can only afford the amphitheater borrowed by ICP, basic education is suppressed, and classroom teaching is carried out by teachers. The subjects taught remained almost unchanged until 1960, including: languages, trade history, business geography, political economy, law and accounting. Language is very important. There are 10 hours per week (4 hours for English and German, 1 hour for Italian and Spanish). Having opened seven law courses in two years, ESSEC tried to stand out from regular law schools and seek legitimacy.
This school almost survived the First World War: in 1914, there were only four students in the first year and two students in the second year. It was temporarily closed and reopened in 1915. Elective courses in the third year were cancelled, and the school resumed financial stability only in 1920. It enrolled more than 50 students in the first year and increased to 150 in 1939. In 1923, the income of students increased. Established an association: a solidarity fund for war widows and orphans. The first "Graduate Yearbook" was published in 1926, and the first business ethics course was published in 1929.
The crisis of the 1930s slowed growth again: ESSEC had to reduce enrollment to attract students who liked public service or regular law. The arrival of the hollow class in 1914-1918 and the economic crisis made the situation more difficult. Schools are forced to accept high school graduates, uncertified examiners, and even free auditors for uncertified courses.
The Student Office (BDE) was established in 1932, and the first scholarship was allocated in 1937, and a social assistance policy was started.
From 1940 to 1960
 The takeoff was done under the impetus of Camille Donjon in 1939, and a selection area was established at the entrance. In 1941, a preparatory class was prepared for the exam. In 1947, the competition became a competition, with many candidates participating. However, ESSEC refused to join the unified écolesde commerce (ESC) unified system established by the Decree of December 3, 1947, and the state now supports the implementation of preparatory classes in the territory (there were 30 classes at the time, of which 20 were ESC). In exchange, ESC spent two to three years studying in school and organized itself into a network that contained the same tests and topics as the written competition.
If HEC and ESCP join the system, ESSEC will position itself as a challenger and maintain its own preparation courses and competitions. The two systems also coexist. In order to reach the competitor's level, ESSEC extended its studies from two to three years starting in 1947. This situation continued until 1951, when ESSEC closed the preparatory class and opened it to more public preparatory class candidates. So as to avoid the marginalization of its competition.
If ESSEC management criticizes the university model, then it will understand that the legitimacy of the school is through increasing recognition of the state, which the state began to recognize in 1942 and plans to graduate in 1962. The situation in the school is also comparable: French Railways and Bank of France in 1937, the Graduate Diploma in Accounting (DESC) in 1967 and the ESSEC Diploma in 1970 allowed competition for ENA and CAPET.
Between 1945 and 1950, ESSEC hardly made any innovations and gained academic credibility from the law, which was in line with the expectations of bourgeois families: in 1964, 64% of students studied law at the university at the same time as ESSEC. Lecture. The pointer controlled the existence of students until the 1960s. Due to lack of resources, and under the influence of the International Comparison Program, the original promise of a teaching method that adapts to everyone's rhythm has not been realized.
In 1950, the first mandatory internship was established. It will be carried out within three months after the end of the study.
Since the 1950s, critics have opposed the guardianship ICP. ESSEC students claim to be different from other students who did not form such a close contact group. ESSEC does not have any legal or administrative autonomy of ICP.
Lenovo's life began in the early 1960s, ESSEC Mardis was founded in 1961, and the junior enterprise was founded in 1967.