EDHEC Moving Up the Charts

Written on 25 September 2012.

2012 FT Ranking

The latest rankings confirm the excellence of EDHEC’s programmes and the success of the school’s long-term “EDHEC for Business” strategy. This strategy, with its pronounced international orientation, involves above all responding to businesses needs and students’ expectations.

The FT ranking is established by taking into account such criteria as a school’s international faculty, student diversity, career ranks, alumni mobility, and number of international students. These rankings confirm EDHEC’s consistent success in delivering programmes that enable students to pursue their aspirations for international careers and meet businesses’ needs.

The school’s dynamism is further emphasised by its 9th place in the table that ranks the seniority of alumni at the companies where they work and the size of those companies. And when it comes to the international mobility of alumni, EDHEC takes the 15th spot.

On the whole, the rankings indicates that 97% of our students have found employment within three months of graduation, a percentage that attests to the relevance of our programmes to business, the strength of our alumni, and the dynamism of our career centre.

See the full ranking here.


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