Today, the Financial Times published its European Business School rankings and for the 4th consecutive year, EDHEC is among the TOP 15. EDHEC Business School also maintained its position in the Top 4 French Grandes Ecoles.
Written on 24 January 2020.
This award is based on a compilation of other 2019 FT rankings including that in Masters in Management, MBA, EMBA and Executive Education (custom and open programmes).
With 2019 coming to a close, this announcement concludes a year that has consistently placed the EDHEC Business School programmes among the best in the world. Other considerable accomplishments and rankings this year include:
# 3 Master in Finance Pre-Experience Worldwide, Financial Times (World Ranking)
# 16 Master in Management in Europe, Financial Times (world ranking)
# 30 Global MBA in Europe, Financial Times (world ranking)
# 38 Executive MBA in Europe (+7 places since 2017), Financial Times (world ranking)
# 10 Executive Custom Programs, Financial Times (world ranking)
EDHEC is honoured to be mentioned alongside other prestigious universities such as London Business School, HEC Paris, Insead, and Oxford’s Saïd. EDHEC, ranked 15th this year, reinforced its position as a business school of excellence continuing to guarantee the international success of its graduates. EDHEC’s programmes reflect its strong beliefs and the assurance of personal and professional growth for all its students.
"The international rankings highlight, year after year, the strong markers that make students choose us," said Emmanuel Métais, CEO of EDHEC Business School. "These results attest to the excellence of our career support, the success of the professional development of our graduates, the diversity of our students' profiles, and more generally, the degree of satisfaction of our graduates."
To view the full list of the FT European Business School Rankings 2019, click here.
Adapted from French article: https://www.edhec.edu/fr/news/classement-general-du-financial-times