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FT Ranking 2015

Monday 19 October 2015

ESCP Europe's Executive MBA celebrated in Financial Times' Annual Rankings


ESCP Europe's Executive MBA rises three places to No.13 worldwide in latest Financial Times survey achieving top ranking for 'Aims Achieved', and 72% salary increase for graduates.


ESCP Europe Business School is proud to have continued its rise through the Financial Times Executive MBA Rankings for 2015. In its campus countries, the programme achieved top rankings: no.1 in Germany and Italy, and no.2 in Spain, France and the UK (excl. consortium-based programmes).


The most notable elements of this higher position for 2015 include the 72% salary increase, and 1st position worldwide for the ‘Aims achieved by Participants’ category, cementing its place among the best Executive MBAs in the world.
ESCP Europe’s high position in the 'International Experience' category (no.3) demonstrates the success of the School's uniquely integrated, pan-European model, coupled with its wide-ranging international academic and business partnerships.


Executive MBA participants currently choose between five European campuses: Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris, Turin, and also attend international seminars in Brussels and New York, choosing another from cities in Brazil, China and India. The Executive MBA programme offers participants a truly cross-cultural management education, in line with ESCP Europe's 'Cultures for Business' strategy.


Valerie Madon, Director of the Executive MBA programme
said:
"We are proud that ESCP Europe is recognised as one of Europe's leading business schools by international media like the Financial Times. Today we are rewarded for our innovative international approach to business education and to the personal development we offer our students and graduates.
In this age of globalisation, ESCP Europe’s Executive MBA is a unique international programme that raises the bar for our participants’ understanding of cross-cultural management. We encourage them to adopt an entrepreneurial spirit, to be innovative and challenge the established practices in their organisations - and we remain in touch, helping them to make progress in their careers after they graduate.”

Graduates of the Executive MBA join ESCP Europe’s alumni network with some 45,000 members worldwide, offering careers services, business opportunities, events and friendships wherever they may find their careers taking them.


ESCP Europe’s Dean, Professor Frank Bournois answered questions via the FT.com ‘Ask the Expert Q&A’ on Wednesday, 21st October 2015.

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