After the impressive breakthrough of the EDHEC Global MBA in its first year on the Financial Times MBA Ranking in 2016 (ranked 74th), it is now the turn of the EDHEC Executive MBA to be in the Top 100 Executive MBA (EMBA) worldwide by the Financial Times (86th place).
Written on 14 October 2017.
After the EDHEC Global MBA’s last year entry into the Financial Times MBA ranking (directly reaching the 74th place), the EDHEC Executive MBA has just joined the Top 100 Executive MBAs worldwide, ranked 86th in its category by the Financial Times.
EDHEC Business School offers a comprehensive range of world-class programmes recognised for providing students with a high-quality internationalised experience (measured through the “School diversity” criterion in the rankings). EDHEC is also renowned for producing young graduates capable of making an impact for their employers, thanks to training that combines top-class academic expertise and a firm-focus on real-life business needs (measured by the “Career progress” criterion).
According to the Financial Times, EDHEC now ranks among the Top 15 European Business Schools (2017 ranking), is rated 1st worldwide for its pre-experience Master in Finance (June 2017) and 1st in France for its MBA in Entrepreneurship (July 2017).
“This recognition from the Financial Times rewards the efforts made by our teaching faculty and administrative teams to offer participants in both Lille and Paris an exceptional programme and a life-long experience”, explains Benoît Arnaud, Associate Dean for Executive Education and MBAs at EDHEC Business School. “We are very proud of the rapid growth achieved by this programme and its ability to attract an increasing number of senior executives and entrepreneurs both in France and internationally.”