EDHEC’s Global MBA gets high marks for gender equality in TopMBA survey

Written on 27 November 2013.

EDHEC’s Global MBA programme, which is taught entirely in English, received high praise from survey participants for its diverse student body, including a nearly equal number of men and women (45 percent women to 55 percent men). In compiling the survey results for the annual QS Global 200 Business Schools Report, TopMBA editors sought input from HR executives at companies that most often recruit MBAs.

EDHEC’s Global MBA programme is regarded as one of the most internationally diverse in the world, drawing participants from the Americas, Europe and Asia. The 10-month programme is based on EDHEC’s Nice campus on the beautiful Côte d’Azur, and is tailored for international managers who want to acquire new skills and expertise to boost their careers.

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