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ESCP’s Masters in Management FT-ranked 4th worldwide

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ESCP’s Masters in Management programme has been ranked 4th among the top 100 MiM programmes worldwide in the annual Financial Times Master in Management ranking – moving up one place from 2022.

The ESCP Masters in Management delivers a unique learning experience, requiring students to study on at least two of our six European campuses during the two-year programme. This international course experience, for which the FT ranks ESCP 2nd in the world, prepares students to succeed in a multicultural and international environment. According to the FT, ESCP also scores the highest in terms of international faculty and international students. Thanks to this diverse and global community, ESCP was ranked 12th place by the FT for the programme’s alumni network.

With 70 specialisations, more than 40 dual degree partners, and nine months of professional experience, ESCP’s MiM programme empowers students to jump start their careers, as evident from the fact that 99% of our students are employed within three months post graduation.

The programme also scores particularly well across the sustainability criteria, ranking 8th in the world by the FT for both the carbon footprint of the school and the teaching of ESG. ESCP integrates ESG principles within the core business courses while also providing dedicated specialisations in sustainability, such as sustainable finance and social entrepreneurship.

Professor Cécile Kharoubi, Dean of ESCP’s Paris campus and Associate Dean for the Masters in Management programme, commented:

“Congratulations to our alumni, students, faculty and staff for this fantastic ranking. This achievement reflects the exceptional educational journey that we offer and the commitment of our students. We are a strong and proud community dedicated to having a positive impact on the world of business.”

Professor Léon Laulusa, Dean of ESCP Business School, said:

“We are very proud that ESCP and its outstanding Masters in Management community are ranked 4th in the world by the FT. This international recognition testifies to the caliber of cross-cultural studies we provide at ESCP. It sets the benchmark for our global strategy designed to develop a new generation of rigorous, committed, purpose-driven leaders who will continue to influence the global business landscape.”

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