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Monday 17 October 2016

ESCP Europe’s Executive MBA confirms its top position worldwide in the Financial Times’ 2016 ranking

ESCP Europe’s Executive MBA continues its rise in the Financial Times’ annual ranking, the most prestigious of its kind, rising to 12th worldwide.

The School’s flagship programme is globally placed no. 2 in the ‘Career Progression’ category, and no. 3 for ‘International Course Experience’. With an average salary increase of 73%, the Executive MBA positively impacts the careers of ESCP Europe’s graduates.

The ESCP Europe Executive MBA delivers a unique style of cross-cultural business education, and prepares executives for major challenges in the global world. The highly customisable programme values a diversity of nationalities, industries, ages and genders. The participants, following a collaborative learning approach, have the opportunity to complete their curriculum at five campuses across Europe (Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Turin) and in six additional countries, including the USA, China and India.

In all of its campus countries, the programme achieves top rankings (excluding consortium-based programmes):

  • No. 1 in Germany (as in 2015)
  • No. 1 in Italy (as in 2015)
  • No. 2 in France (as in 2015)
  • No. 2 in the UK (as in 2015)
  • No. 3 in Spain

Dr. Frank Bournois, Dean of ESCP Europe, says: “We are delighted with this position: it reflects our commitment to give managers the opportunity to engage fully with the fast changing business environment. ESCP Europe continues to rank well on criteria that are vital in our global strategy.  Our Executive MBA is an international programme for ambitious executives focused on taking their international career to the next level.”

ESCP Europe is among the 1% of business schools worldwide to be triple-accredited.

For more information.

Maud Autrechy
+33 (1) 49 23 27 89

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