Financial Times Global Masters in Management ranking 2012
ESSEC Business School is ranked 5th amongst the Top 70 MiM programs
Cergy, September 17, 2012 – The “Top 70 Masters in Management Programs” annual ranking published on September 17, 2012, by the Financial Times ranked ESSEC Business School’s Master in Management fifth in its overall global ranking.
ESSEC’s position as the 5th best in the world places the school as the leading French business school in terms of “Value for money”. This ranking illustrates the effectiveness of the educational model of ESSEC’s Masters of Science in Management, and its ability to train responsible, innovative and skilled managers, who can meet the needs of companies in France and around the world.
Key Success Factors
Three main features explain the success of ESSEC’s Masters of Science in Management and its progression within the ranking:
- The average salary of ESSEC graduates totaled $72K in 2012, as against $68K in 2011
- A recognition of the level of responsibility of our graduates (ranked 7th worldwide in 2012)
- Reinforced international exposure (ranked 11th world wide in 2012 as against 14th in 2011).
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