EDHEC Executive Education confirms its place among Europe’s leaders

Written on 23 May 2016.

The Financial Times has just published its 2016 Executive Education rankings: EDHEC was rated 36th worldwide (19th in Europe) and 29th for custom programmes.
For all executive education programmes, EDHEC Business School stands 19th among European institutions and 5th among French schools (after HEC, INSEAD, ESSEC and ESCP).

This ranking confirms the quality of the School’s executive education programmes for managers and directors.

The ranking emphasised a number of aspects including the quality of training (seminars delivered outside France), follow-up of participants and new skills and learning.

“This result vindicates the development strategy pursued by EDHEC over the last few years. All of our research and management training activities are geared to having a positive impact on companies’ growth and managerial practices”, underlines Benoit Arnaud, Associate Dean for Executive Education.

This success confirms that EDHEC Business School’s executive education programmes are on a par with the world’s best, while also cementing its position among the leading cluster of business schools in Europe and France.

For more information, see the full rankings on the Financial Times website.

EDHEC Executive Education offers a broad spectrum of training programmes leading to professional certifications and degrees, and covering all business needs:

The EDHEC Global MBA is a fully internationalised programme with participants drawn from 34 countries. The programme is designed for managers seeking a fresh course for their careers. The EDHEC Global MBA is a 10-month, full-time course dispensed fully in English on the Nice campus.

EDHEC Executive MBA
The EDHEC Executive MBA is a part-time programme geared to the needs of experienced managers, business leaders and entrepreneurs. Training is available on EDHEC’s campuses in Lille (week-end format) and Paris (week-day format) and enables participants to hone their strategic and financial skills, develop their leadership abilities and master the issues and challenges of globalisation. 

Programme for High-Level Executives
EDHEC’s Advanced Management Programme, taught in Paris, is a part-time general management degree course that trains existing or future high-level executives in man-management and organisational management.

EDHEC’s General Management Acceleration Programme is a new four-week accelerated training programme taught in Paris. It develops participant’s abilities to anticipate trends and to accelerate their careers in a mobile, complex and disruptive business environment.

Programme for Managers
The Management Development Programme (CSM in French) is a one-year part-time degree course for managers and future managers. It leads to a certificate equivalent to five years of higher education.
The programme is available in three formats: Weekly (Lille), Monthly (Paris) or e-learning, the latter with quarterly group sessions in Nice or Paris.

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