Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking: EDHEC rises through the ranks of Europe’s top 15 schools

Written on 07 December 2020.

For a fifth consecutive year, EDHEC Business School has ranked among the 15 best-performing and most desirable business schools in Europe, according to the Financial Times ranking of European business schools, published today. The 2020 ranking concludes a year in which the School has risen through the international rankings, placing it among the best educational programmes in the world.

EDHEC ranks 14th overall in the latest Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking, up one place from 2019. The School’s performance is the culmination of its sustained and consistent progress over the past 10 years and fully reflected in the individual Financial Times 2020 rankings for Masters in Management, MBA, EMBA and Executive Education (custom and open programmes).

The ranking acknowledges the quality and selectivity of EDHEC's programmes and reaffirms its leadership alongside prestigious schools and universities such as London Business School, HEC Paris, Oxford Saïd and Bocconi University.

This 14th place underpins EDHEC Business School’s position as a centre of excellence that guarantees the international success of its graduates through a varied offering of programmes that align with their convictions and ensure their personal and professional development.

EDHEC’s continued rise through the international rankings makes its portfolio of programmes one of the best in the world:

EDHEC’s continued rise through the Financial Times rankings:

  • No. 15. FT Masters in Management (up 1 place)
  • No. 24. FT Global MBA (up 6 places)
  • No. 25. FT Executive MBA (up 24 places)
  • No. 8. FT Executive Custom Programme (up 2 places)
  • No. 17. FT Open Custom Programme (up 1 place)

EDHEC's performance in all of the FT 2020 rankings underscores its position in the Top 15 of the world's best academic institutions,” says Emmanuel Métais, Director General of EDHEC Business School. “Its consistent progress reflects the choices we have made over many years in terms of the quality, selectivity and adaptivity of our programmes to the realities of a world undergoing profound change. These results attest to the success, diversity and high level of satisfaction of our graduates and reinforce EDHEC’s drive for excellence as part of its strategic plan to ‘Impact Future Generations’ and train committed leaders, capable of having a positive impact on the world.

underlines Emmanuel Métais, Dean of EDHEC Buisness School.

Find the complete ranking here:

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