Financial Times ranks EDHEC 7th Best Business School in Europe for the second year in a row
The school’s performance in the 2023 FT European Business School Ranking confirms its standing among the world’s best management institutions.
EDHEC Business School maintains its 7th place ranking in the highly competitive 2023 Financial Times European Business School Ranking, released today, and proudly reaffirms its elite status among France’s Top 3 Grande Ecoles.
For the second consecutive year, the FT ranked EDHEC 7th among the finest European management schools. While other premier academic institutions slipped in this year’s FT ranking, EDHEC maintained its leadership position alongside HEC Paris, London Business School, and the University of St. Gallen.
This result attests to EDHEC’s overall excellence and the appeal of its full range of programmes. It also serves as proof that the school is making progress in its mission to shape leaders committed to positively transforming the economy and society as a whole.
Excellent scores for ESG strategy and student satisfaction
The FT European Business School Ranking highlights EDHEC’s steady rise in recent Financial Times rankings: the School jumped 26 places in the Global MBA ranking and 19 places in the EMBA ranking, moving into the Global Top 50 and Top 30 respectively. It also reflects EDHEC’s improvement in the Open Programmes category (+ 5 places), which places it among the 10 best international programmes.
EDHEC especially stands out in terms of ESG criteria, placing the ecological transition and the fight against climate change at the heart of its teaching and research strategy. The School also sets itself apart with its “overall satisfaction” score, which testifies to a personalized learning experience in line with students' personal and professional aspirations.
“Ranking 7th among the best European Business Schools for the second consecutive year, EDHEC solidifies its position as a leading academic institution on both the national and international levels,” said EDHEC Dean Emmanuel Métais. “This result encourages us to continue transforming our programmes and research and to educate committed individuals, driven by the ambition to influence the world to make it more sustainable.”