EDHEC solidly anchored among Europe’s top 15 business schools
Today’s publication of the latest Financial Times ranking of European Best Business Schools cements EDHEC Business School’s presence among the European top 15 for the fourth year running.
The result is based on a compilation of the Financial Times 2019 rankings for Masters in Management, MBA, EMBA and Executive Education (custom and open) programmes. It rounds off a year in which EDHEC Business School has ranked consistently among the world’s best:
N°3 for the pre-experience Master in Finance worldwide, Financial Times (global ranking)
N°16 for the Master in Management in Europe, Financial Times (global ranking)
N°30 for the Global MBA in Europe, Financial Times (global ranking)
N°38 for the Executive MBA in Europe (up 7 places since 2017), Financial Times (global ranking)
N°10 for Executive Custom Programmes, Financial Times (global ranking)
Alongside prestigious universities like the London Business School, HEC Paris and Oxford Saïd, EDHEC ranked 15th this year, thereby strengthening its position as a business school geared to excellence and guaranteeing students international success through a range of programmes matching their convictions and ensuring their personal and professional fulfilment.
“Our international rankings underline year after year the powerful markers that convince students to choose us”, observes Emmanuel Métais, Dean of EDHEC Business School. “These results testify to the excellent career support we provide, our graduates’ successful professional development, our diverse student profiles and, more generally, our high student satisfaction levels”.
The full ranking is available here