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Financial Times 2018 Executive education ranking: ESSEC Business School hits #14 worldwide

14-05-2018
Financial Times 2018 Executive education ranking: ESSEC Business School hits #14 worldwide


In the new Financial Times executive education ranking published today, ESSEC is among the world’s top 15 institutions, rising by 4 places. As the 14th best in the world and 3rd in France, ESSEC strengthens its position as an academic institution of excellence.

This result is the combination of two rankings: customised programs and open-enrollment programs.


ESSEC ranked 12th for customised programs

This year ESSEC rises by 5 places and reaches the 7th position in Europe, 12th in the world. The ranking draws attention to the quality of our interactions with our corporate clients and especially, the extent to which our clients’ feedback and ideas were integrated into our programs and our ability to integrate the best of research.

ESSEC's innovative pedagogical approach is highlighted in the "new skills & learning" category and the international reach of our programs is also highly acclaimed.

Financial Times - Executive Education - Customised - 2018

 

ESSEC ranked 23rd for open-enrollment programs

With a progression of one place, ESSEC ranks in 23rd place in 2018, a result which underscores the excellent follow-up offered to participants after the training, the professional opportunities accessible via our institution’s network. At the international opening is added the quantity and quality of programs provided in partnership with renowned business schools.

Financial Times - Executive Education - Open - 2018

"These rankings and our strong growth this year are a real proof of the excellence of our programs and the efforts we make every year to offer development paths that are as close as possible to the needs of companies and participants.”, stated Thomas Jeanjean, Dean of ESSEC Executive Education.

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