EDHEC Business School (@EDHEC_BSchool) has joined the world’s top 10 Masters in Management (MiM) programmes in the annual Financial Times (@FT) ranking, published today.
The EDHEC MiM made spectacular progress, climbing 7 places from 16th in 2020 to 9th place this year.
The FT ranking positions EDHEC alongside some of the world’s best schools, including the University of St Gallen, Imperial College Business School, and ESMT Berlin. These last two institutions are among EDHEC’s partners in the Future of Management Education (FOME) alliance, a ground-breaking digital learning platform.
This ranking spotlights the strength of EDHEC’s selective growth strategy and development model founded on a not-for-profit rationale, and testifies to the school’s overall academic excellence in an incredibly competitive higher education landscape.
The prestigious FT ranking reflects the strength of the MiM programme’s career support and student experience, two strategically important dimensions for the School.
EDHEC MiM students receive intensive career counseling so that upon graduation, they obtain elite positions and salaries, even during a global
pandemic. EDHEC’s career services were also highly ranked, rated i#1 in France and #10 worldwide. This recognition reflects EDHEC’s commitment to customised and innovative career support that responds to students’ specific career aspirations.
In terms of its unique student experience, EDHEC was rated 9.2 out of 10 for “overall satisfaction “, a score that testifies to the high quality of teaching and support services, the rich student experience, and the diverse campus environment offered by the school. (62% of professors
and 49% of students are international.)
“This 7-place gain lifts EDHEC into the world’s top 10 Master in Management programmes. This progress reflects the academic excellence of our programmes, the performance of our career services, and most of all the dynamic career paths of our alumni. They graduate with brilliant professional prospects in France and internationally, in sync with their personal career plans and aligned with their desire to make a positive impact”, says Michelle Sisto, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in