Today, September 28th, the Financial Times published its 2020 "Masters in management" ranking. This ranking confirms ESSEC Business School's Grande Ecole program as the third best in the world.
The ranking highlights the strengths of the program, including the following indicators on which we have progressed:
The combination of salary three years after graduation (US $ 102,086, + US $ 2,119 compared to 2019) and the average salary increase (average increase observed of 74% compared to the salary just after the graduation)
The satisfaction of alumni: 89% believe they have achieved their goals by attending our program
The representation of women in our classes and on the board, since 51% of the current class is made up of women, and 57% of women sit on the board.
Click here to see the full 2020 Masters in Management ranking published by the Financial Times.
This result confirms the excellence of the program, both in terms of its academic content and its relationships with companies and reinforces ESSEC’s position as a leading international business school.