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ESSEC ranked 4th in the Financial Times Master in Finance Ranking 2020

15-06-2020
ESSEC ranked 4th in the Financial Times Master in Finance Ranking 2020

Today, June 15, The Financial Times has published its ranking of the best Master in Finance programs. ESSEC has climbed to 4th place in the world, rising one spot from the last ranking in 2018.

Highlights of ESSEC’s results in the Master in Finance ranking  include:

  • An average salary of 114k$, notably higher than the average salary of the other institutions on the list (83k$)
  • Global employability of our alumni, as shown by our third place ranking in the International Mobility category (up 1 place)

Alumni indicate that they are satisfied with the program, with 92% indicating that they achieved their goals.

Additionally, the recent renewal of the ESSEC International Advisory Board allowed for significantly more diversity in the school’s governance, with a percentage of women on the board at 57% when the average is 33%, and a percentage of international board members at 79% when the average is 45%. 

This result reaffirms the excellence of this program, both with regards to its academic content and its strong connection with organisations. ESSEC’s standing abroad as a major player in finance education continues to get stronger. It is an achievement that the ESSEC community should be proud of. 

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