2016 FT rankings: discover ESSEC Executive Education’s results

2016 FT rankings: discover ESSEC Executive Education’s results

The Financial Times has just published its 2016 Executive Education rankings.
The two sectors ranked: customized programs, tailor-made for corporate clients, and open-enrollment programs open to qualified professionals and executives.

  • ESSEC ranked 15th for customized programs this year, climbing 10 positions (25th in 2015).
  • For open-enrollment programs ESSEC ranked 18th, down by 3 positions this year (15th in 2015).
  • The combined results of these two rankings place ESSEC as the 14th best overall provider of Executive Education worldwide.

Progress made on customized programs rankings reflects foremost our clients’ satisfaction, their trust and confidence in the programs we created for the continued education and training of their executives.  It illustrates the daily challenges met by ESSEC, understanding our partners’ needs and meeting their expectations. 

Open-enrollment rankings rose as well, with very good performance in "international location" and "partner schools" criteria, as well as for good participant "follow-up" services. There is some room for significant improvement in other areas, where we will dedicate ourselves diligently.

View the 2016 FT Executive Education rankings here.

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