The Financial Times has published its annual ranking of the world’s best Masters in Management, placing EDHEC in the top 20 worldwide, in 19th place.
EDHEC has maintained its top 20 ranking for over 10 years, consistently confirming its leading position alongside prestigious international partner institutions, such as the London Business School and the University of St Gallen. EDHEC ranks its entire Grande Ecole in the classification process, giving more than 1,000 students the opportunity to participate in the Financial Times surveys.
EDHEC’s Career Services scored particularly well with the Financial Times, ranked 13th place globally. Graduates consider Career Services to be one of the programme’s true strengths. The average salary of graduates after three years of professional experience – at $80,077, with a net increase of more than $10,000 a year – was deemed a further strong point of EDHEC’s Master in Management programme.
“Year after year, EDHEC confirms its place in the top 20 business schools globally,” says Michelle Sisto, EDHEC’s Associate Dean of Graduate Studies. “It is a source of great pride for our graduates and for our school to see the recognition of our agile and innovative graduates, hailing from over 90 countries and creating their impact on the global economy. EDHEC opens doors to international careers at the highest levels, allowing each student to develop his or her skills in the best possible environment.”
The Master in Management/Grande École programme is an holistic three-year programme (plus one year of professional immersion) that offers academic excellence as well as a unique student, cultural, associative & professional experience. Taught entirely in English, the Grande École programme allows students to gain both managerial and technical skills that meet the requirements of the international job market.
EDHEC has maintained its place among the best European business schools and in the international rankings for several years and across its programmes. The Financial Times ranked EDHEC 14th among European business schools in December 2018 and 3rd in the world for its pre-experience MSc in Finance in June 2018.