The Financial Times has published its 2022 Executive Education rankings today, May 23rd, which include both the rankings for custom programs and open programs.
ESSEC is now ranked 6th in the world in the combined ranking, maintaining its place among the Top 10, and 2nd in France. ESSEC is ranked 5th for custom programs and 12th for corporate programs, rising four places from the last ranking.
5th place in the world for custom programs (corporate)
This year, ESSEC has maintained its spot in the global top five and is ranked 2nd in France for custom programs, despite the impact of the pandemic. This ranking highlights the quality of our client relationships, and in particular our ability to integrate their needs and innovative research into our programs. The pedagogical quality of our programs, the support offered, the relevance of the content, the impact of the programs, the flexibility, the availability of the professors, and the value for money were also highlighted.
12th in the world for open programs (accessible to employees from different companies)
ESSEC advanced four spots to attain 12th place in the world and 2nd place in France for open programs. The acquisition of new skills, academic partnerships, the support offered to participants during and after the program, and the quality of participants were all particularly appreciated.
Gender equality in our programs has also improved, with women now 48% of our participants.