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Growing global status for EDHEC in Financial Times Executive Education 2019 rankings

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EDHEC rises up FT Executive Education Rankings

EDHEC Business School has confirmed its growing global status in the Financial Times Executive Education 2019 rankings, which were published today.

After rising 17 places from the previous year, EDHEC has joined the world top 10 for Custom Programmes designed for specific companies.

This strong gain also lifts EDHEC 13 places to 18th worldwide in the combined ranking, which covers both Custom Programmes (designed for specific companies) and Open Programmes (inter-company programmes for top managers).

EDHEC also ranks among the top three French business schools worldwide on these two programmes.

EDHEC’s 10th place ranking worldwide for Custom Programmes underscores its focus on providing tuition and research that is of a practical use to businesses across the world. 

EDHEC obtains its best scores on the following criteria: campus & facilities (2nd worldwide), new skills and learning (3rd worldwide), customer support, preparation and follow-up (5th worldwide).

“We are very proud of this progress in the Financial Times ranking and the recognition it means for our close ties with businesses. In today’s digitalising world, EDHEC’s Executive Education programmes give managers and senior executives the tools they need to make the best decisions in a complex and fast-changing world”, comments Stéphane Canonne, Associate Dean, Executive Education and MBAs at EDHEC Business School.

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