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Monday 16 October 2017

ESCP Europe enters the “Top 10” in the Financial Times Executive MBA Ranking

ESCP Europe’s Executive MBA continues its rise in the Financial Times Ranking.  The most prestigious ranking for Executive MBA programmes places ESCP Europe 10th worldwide. Since 2013 ESCP Europe has moved up by 15 places.

The Executive MBA programme has been singled out in many dimensions:

# No. 1 worldwide for “Aims achieved”:  Valérie Madon, Director of the Executive MBA programme says: “This result confirms how successful our programme is in delivering on the expectations of high-calibre executives who invest in their career”.

# No. 2 worldwide for “Career progression”: Prof. Stefan Schmid, Academic Dean of the Executive MBA programme adds:  “The broad offer of courses, electives and seminars is designed in such a way as to best help our participants to advance their knowledge and skills and to take their career to the next level”.

# No. 3 worldwide for “International course experience”: Prof. Frank Bournois, Dean of ESCP Europe, is proud of this new FT ranking and states: “Our multi-campus structure offers our Executive MBA participants the best way to benefit from fully international exposure with a strong focus on Europe”.

In each of the countries where ESCP Europe is represented with its own campuses, its Executive MBA reaches top-ranking positions (excluding consortium-based programmes):
# No. 1 in Germany
# No. 1 in Italy
# No. 1 in Spain
# No. 2 in France
# No. 2 in the UK

The Executive MBA is a flexible and cutting-edge programme designed for tomorrow’s international leaders. The highly-customisable programme runs for 18 or 30 months across six campuses and in five additional countries, including the USA, China and India. Participants are free to choose the study track and the locations that best fit their schedules and their professional objectives. The programme values a diversity of nationalities, industries, ages and genders. Each January ESCP Europe welcomes more than 100 executive managers from around the world into its Executive MBA programme.

ESCP Europe is among the 1% of business schools worldwide to be triple-accredited (AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS).


Laure Herold
+33 (1) 49 23 27 89


View the full Financial Times 2017 EMBA Ranking here.

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