EDHEC confirms its anchorage among the world’s top 5 business schools for finance

Written on 01 July 2015.


2015 FT Ranking

Through this strategy, EDHEC ensures the School’s academic research feeds into all of its training programmes, so as to prepare very high-quality leaders and professionals renowned for their practical business skills.

Over the last three years, EDHEC has ranked an average of 5th worldwide in the Financial Times rankings of Masters in Finance. It was also considered 3rd worldwide and 1st in France in the Top for Finance category of the FT’s 2014 rankings of Masters in Management.

These rankings are based on career progress, participant satisfaction, the school’s diversity and international experience.

Lastly, e-financial Careers, which assesses the Masters in Finance most highly-rated by major investment banks, ranks EDHEC Business School as the top French business school for securing a front-office job in Paris and London.

“In a highly competitive international environment, these fine results underscore the quality of EDHEC’s finance programmes, the excellence of our teaching faculty and the precise correlation between our course content and the needs of students, companies and financial institutions”, underlined Olivier Oger, Dean of EDHEC Business School, during the publication of the latest Financial Times rankings.

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