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Monday 07 December 2015

Strong growth in Executive Education drives up ESCP Europe’s position in Financial Times European Business School Rankings for 2015 to no.11

ESCP Europe Business School has risen from no.12 to no.11 in the FT’s European Business Schools rankings for 2015, based on an aggregate of results for its Executive MBA, Master in Management, and Executive Education offer*. It is ranked in the top 5 in each of its campus countries: United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain and Italy**, achieving the no.1 slot in Germany.

 The strong showing in each category reflects the very international, multicultural business education the School offers its students, across its range of full-time pre- and post-experience programmes, and its open and bespoke executive programmes for middle, senior and top managers. ESCP Europe’s "Cultures for Business" strategic focus is already showing returns. 

The Dean, Frank Bournois said "At ESCP Europe, we have worked as one institution across international borders for over 40 years. International, multicultural business education is so much part of our DNA and we are delighted to see these strengths reflected in strong rankings in prestigious newspapers like the Financial Times."

* ESCP Europe does not currently offer a full-time MBA. The one-year Master in European Business follows an MBA-style curriculum for students with some professional experience
** Its new campus in Warsaw is not reflected here.


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