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ESSEC's MSc in Management ranks 4th worldwide in the inaugural MiM ranking by The Economist

30-05-2017
ESSEC's MSc in Management ranks 4th worldwide in the inaugural MiM ranking by The Economist

The ESSEC MSc in Management program has earned the 4th place in The Economist’s inaugural ranking of the best Masters in Management (MiM) programs worldwide. The ranking was published for the first time this week by The Economist’s WhichMBA.

The new ranking combines input from students and alumni as well as the perceptions of global employers and program-specific indicators.

The ranking highlights the key strengths of the program including the open career opportunities, the quality of the career services department as well as the range of access to overseas study programs. These results once again highlight the academic excellence of the MSc in Management and attest to ESSEC’s position as a leading, international business school offering one of the best management programs worldwide.

View the complete 2017 Masters in Management ranking published by The Economist
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