The Financial Times published its prestigious annual ranking of EMBAs this morning. EDHEC Executive MBA entered the top 100 EMBAs worldwide, ranking 86th in the world.
The result confirms the progress made by EDHEC in all global rankings : According to the Financial Times, the School has gained 11 places in the FT ranking of European Business Schools, 10 places in the FT ranking of Global MBAs worldwide and 7 places in the FT Global Executive Education ranking. EDHEC is rated 1st worldwide for its pre-experience Master in Finance (June 2017) and 1st in France for its MBA in Entrepreneurship (July 2017).
"This recognition from the Financial Times rewards the efforts made by our teaching faculty and administrative teams to offer Executive MBA participants in both Lille and Paris an exceptional programme and a life-long experience", explains Benoît Arnaud, Associate Dean for Executive Education and MBAs at EDHEC Business School. "We are very proud of the rapid growth achieved by this programme and its ability to attract an increasing number of senior executives and entrepreneurs both in France and internationally."
Discover the full ranking here : Financial Times EMBA Ranking 2017