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OCTOBER 25, 2018
Progressing on international rankings, EDHEC ranked #7 in Europe and #34 worldwide in the prestigious ranking of The Economist published today, moving up 10 places from last year. The full ranking is available here >>
This result confirms the rapid progress of the school in most recent international rankings. Indeed, EDHEC recently joined the Financial Times’ Top 15 European Business Schools, achieving the most impressive gain in the rankings.
Among the important criteria identified this year, the EDHEC Global MBA stands out in three areas: #1 in France and in the top-5 schools in Europe for diversity, open new career opportunities, and alumni assessment of career services.
With a student body of over 90% international students (36 nationalities), business trips across four continents (Africa, Europe, Asia and North America) and a large representation of women (35%), the EDHEC Global MBA offers a full immersion into diversity.
To help students move their career to the next level, EDHEC offers its CareerSMART programme. This is a focused and proactive programme that is integrated into the Global MBA curriculum, supporting students in their transformative journey. Students can also count on personalized Career Coaching to maximize the impact of a one year programme.
« This outcome reflects the outstanding dynamic achieved by the EDHEC Global MBA students, alumni, professors and staff, recognized on a global scale showing strong performance in this ranking, explains Sandra Richez, EDHEC MBA Programme Director and Head of Career Services. « We are very proud of this result, which illustrates our international recognition and our growing impact on our MBA students’ personal and professional development. »