October 28th, 2019 - ESSEC Business School’s Masters in Management program has been ranked 3rd in the world by the Financial Times, attesting once again to the excellence of one of its flagship programs.
In the ranking that came out today, the Masters in Management program moved up one spot from its 4th place finish last year. ESSEC Business School has maintained its position among the top five schools in this ranking in an increasingly competitive field over the last few years. This year over 100 schools from around the world participated in the ranking.
Several criteria contributed to this remarkable finish:
ESSEC’s alumni are amongst the top earners in the world three years after graduation, both in terms of average salary ($99 967) and average percent salary increase (71%). Its career service was ranked 10th, and 89 percent of its alumni consider that the program allowed them to meet their objectives.
Felix Papier, Director of the Masters in Management program and Dean of Pre-Experience programs said:
“Our students, professors and teams have all contributed to make the Masters in Management program an innovative, academically excellent program that provides a framework for our future business leaders to start their careers equipped with solid skills and open mindsets. Our goal is to give meaning to tomorrow’s leadership in a world in flux.
Vincenzo Esposito Vinzi, Dean and President of ESSEC Business School, added:
“Masters in Management programs have a strong tradition in France but over the years we’ve seen these programs branch out into other countries. Our top finish illustrates how ESSEC Business School embraces its French roots all whilst emerging internationally as one of the top schools creating impact in the world.”