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ESSEC among the top 5 schools in the Financial Times 2017 Masters in Management Ranking

11-09-2017
ESSEC among the top 5 schools in the Financial Times 2017 Masters in Management Ranking

The Financial Times, in its 2017 “Global Masters in Management” ranking, recognizes ESSEC Business School’s MSc in Management as one of the best: the program ranked 5th globally and is the second best in France.

The ranking highlights the key strengths of the program which is particularly well ranked regarding employability in France as well as internationally.  Additionally, the quality of the program is highlighted by the alumni themselves for whom ESSEC has been a vector of success.

International course experience is also one of the program’s strengths. Thanks to the exchange network of 94 partner universities in 32 different countries as well as our 4 campuses on 3 continents, the MSc in Management program offers its students a truly international experience enabling them to undertake exchanges, double degree programs and study trips all over the world.  Additionally, the program encourages students to build professional experience by completing a minimum of 18 months of internships, work contracts or entrepreneurial ventures in France or abroad. 

According to Felix Papier, the Dean of Academic Programs at ESSEC, “All of ESSEC’s academic programs are among the best in their domain, recognized by top positions in national and international rankings. The Financial Times ranking confirms the academic excellence of the MSc in Management program and attests to the unique experience we propose to our students.  Our objective is to train responsible leaders of tomorrow that can anticipate, understand and impact the challenges of the future.

Read the complete 2017 Global Masters in Management ranking published by the Financial Times

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