WORLDWIDE RECOGNITION: A MOMENT OF PRIDE FOR EDHEC!

Financial Times Rankings 2016

Written on 20 Dec 2016.


 

EDHEC: INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNISED THROUGH VARIOUS RANKINGS

2016 once again awarded EDHEC with top recognitions from prestigious international bodies which ascertains its leading position in the education space.
Continuing progress in international rankings, in December EDHEC joins the exclusive group of the Financial Times’ Top 15 European Business School this year at the 14th position. The School has jumped 11 places since last year, the most impressive evolution found in the rankings. It’s Master in Management programme secured 15th position in the September 2016 FT Ranking by climbing up from 18th to 15th place. Despite an ever-more competitive environment (90 institutions entered the FT ranking in 2016 vs 80 in 2015) EDHEC stands still. Finally, EDHEC has been ranked #4 this summer by the Financial Times consecutively for its MSc in Finance. These rankings demonstrate EDHEC’s business model strengths in reaching top positions in all the criteria assessed.

These results come as a reward for all our achievements. Our pedagogical innovations, our dedicated career centre - particularly through our Talent Identification & Career Development (TI&CD) programme and our extensive initiatives over international outlook are acknowledged through this ranking”, adds Emmanuel Métais, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies & Professor of Strategy at EDHEC Business School.

 

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