EDHEC Business School ranked 2nd in France by the Financial Times for its custom programmes

Written on 18 May 2015.


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The annual Financial Times Executive Education ranking assesses Executive Education custom programmes and open enrolment programmes designed for executives and business leaders. Overall, EDHEC ranks 27th worldwide, consolidating its position as one of the top business schools in Europe and around the world.

For Benoit Arnaud, Director EDHEC Executive Education and MBAs: “This result confirms the relevance of EDHEC‘s development strategy in the last few years: all of our management research and executive education activities are designed to have a positive impact on business growth and managerial practices".

EDHEC’s custom programmes position:

  • 4th in the world for future use. This reflects the long-term partnerships that EDHEC develops with its clients.
  • 6th in the world for faculty. The learning programmes benefit from the expertise of a top-flight international teaching faculty.
  • 7th in the world for new skills and learning. This criteria measures the relevance of EDHEC’s custom programmes for business and the extent to which the programme meets executives’ and business leaders’ needs

For more information, please find the ranking on the Financial Times website.

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