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EDHEC in the Financial Times Top 10 worldwide for its Executive Education Open programmes

EDHEC Business School's academic excellence and its usefulness to companies are criteria recognised in the Financial Times' Executive Education 2023 ranking.

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22 May 2023
EDHEC in the Financial Times Top 10 worldwide for its Executive Education Open programmes

EDHEC's short programmes are the result of close collaboration with companies in order to provide an adapted offer that will support the leaders of tomorrow.


According to the Financial Times Executive Education 2023 ranking, published on May 22, EDHEC Business School is positioned :


Executive Education is part of a broad portfolio of initial and continuing education programmes offered by EDHEC, whose excellence was recently highlighted, notably, by the Financial Times, which ranked the school among the Top 10 European business schools (Dec. 2022).


"In an ever-changing environment, managers and leaders are faced with daily challenges. Our short courses provide them with the keys to understand the issues and accelerate the transformation of business models, thus enabling them to have a positive impact on the economy and society as a whole" stresses out Stéphane Canonne, Director of EDHEC Executive Education.


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