EDHEC has once again confirmed its place among Europe’s Top 15 Business Schools, alongside prestigious academic institutions such as the London Business School, the University of St. Gallen and Bocconi University, according to the Financial Times rankings, published today.
EDHEC has consolidated its leadership, ranking 14th for the third consecutive year.
This result underscores the excellence of EDHEC’s portfolio of programmes, as well as the success of its graduates, whose progress into the job market is one of the key criteria assessed by the Financial Times, particularly via the growth in their salaries on leaving the School.
The Financial Times European Business Schools ranking takes into account the 2018 Masters in Management, MBA, EMBA and Executive Education rankings:
#16 Master in Management in Europe, Financial Times 2018 (worldwide ranking)
#21 Global MBA in Europe (+2 places since 2017), Financial Times 2018 (worldwide ranking)
#40 Executive MBA in Europe (+5 places since 2017), Financial Times 2018 (worldwide ranking)
#17 Executive Education in Europe, Financial Times 2018 (worldwide ranking)
The EDHEC Global MBA, which ranks 21st in Europe (3rd in France), is one example of the Business School's innovative, dynamic programmes. In 2018, the challenges of artificial intelligence were also built into the EDHEC Global MBA in the form of a new specialised course, the Digital Innovation Track, co-developed with IBM France.
“The Financial Times ranking has repeatedly confirmed our place among Europe’s Top 15 Business Schools over the last few years” affirms Emmanuel Métais, Dean of EDHEC Business School. “EDHEC continues to develop, confirming the relevance of its model every day.”