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ESSEC Global MBA ranked 7th in Europe for Employability, by QS

06-02-2017
ESSEC Global MBA ranked 7th in Europe for Employability, by QS

ESSEC Global MBA is ranked 7th in Europe for employability and is part of “The Global Elite Quadrant” in the QS Global 250 Business School report 2017 for full-time MBAs.
The QS “Global Elite Quadrant” highlights schools which scored above top-tier thresholds for research and employability.

More information about the QS Global 250 Business School report 2017

In 2017, ESSEC’s MBA offer will evolve with the launch of a redesigned Global MBA program. The program will draw upon ESSEC’s areas of academic expertise in order to offer young, open-minded and forward-looking professionals a unique experience that will prepare them to take on the business challenges of tomorrow. It particularly aims to include all the dimensions and consequences of the digital revolution on corporate activities.

The new Global MBA provides a unique and global experience, in both Europe and Asia, which will effectively prepare students to take on the business challenges of tomorrow.

The program is largely founded on the digital revolutions that are currently transforming businesses. Over the course of the 12 month program, students will benefit from an innovative mix of rigorous learning and hands-on field experience as well as strong corporate ties with industry. With the six majors proposed, students are able to tailor the Global MBA program to fit their career plans.

More information about ESSEC Global MBA

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