The EDHEC Global MBA entered the Financial Times MBA rankings for 2016. It was ranked third globally and first in France on the demanding “Value for Money” criterion.
The Financial Times published its prestigious annual ranking of global MBAs this morning. EDHEC Global MBA entered the top 100 MBAs worldwide, ranking (behind the INSEAD and HEC programmes), .
This latest recognition confirms EDHEC MBA’s growing standing as an exceptional training programme closely tailored to the needs of managers and high-potential individuals working in businesses both in France and worldwide. It also anchors EDHEC Business School among Europe’s top business schools and underlines the relevance of its business training.
“We are very proud to enter the Financial Times rankings. This result confirms the high-quality and relevance of our training methods and reflects our EDHEC for business strategy. With the number of participants having increased 30% over the last few years - 90% of whom are of international origin – EDHEC’s MBA has been enjoying strong momentum and extending its reach internationally thanks particularly to the success of the MBA alumni” says
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