Financial Times Ranking 2018: MBS moves up one place to rank 52nd best Master in Management in the world
The Financial Times’ new ranking of the world’s best Masters in Management was published on Monday 10 September and the MBS Grande Ecole Programme posted a very good result, ranking 52nd. Despite the context of ever-increasing international competition and the entry into the ranking of 5 new schools, MBS has moved up one place compared to 2017, while remaining the 13th best Grande Ecole programme in France.
The 2018 Financial Times Ranking, which is considered as a global benchmark, includes the top 100 Masters in Management in the world, representing 27 countries. And among the indicators considered this year, MBS is making significant progress in terms of “the international mobility of graduates”, “the efficiency of its career service” and “the percentage of international professors”. On this last item, Montpellier Business School even moved from 26th to 16th place worldwide.
Recognized as the most prestigious international ranking, this 2018 Financial Times ranking confirms the recent good rankings of the MBS Grande Ecole programme with a 13th place in the 2018 SIGEM national rankings and a 12th place in Le Parisien 2018 rankings.