Financial Times 2021: MBS’s Grande Ecole Program is the 56th best Master’s in Management in the world and 12th in France
This Monday, September 13, the Financial Times published its world ranking of the best Masters in Management, the international reference for all Business Schools. This year, MBS has moved up five places and is ranked 56th in the world, making it the 12th French school.
A methodology adapted to the post-covid era and still based on the opinions of the alumni
With 58% of the rankings based on alumni responses, this year’s list remains highly selective, ranking the top 100 schools worldwide.
In light of the health crisis and the difficulty for students to travel to certain regions of the world, the methodology of the Financial Times rankings has made some adjustments to the weighting of some criteria, notably by reducing the impact of international experience during their program.
If the situation seems closer and closer back to normal in terms of international mobility now, MBS has managed to offer students who could not leave different solutions to give them the same chances as their predecessors to develop this experience. One of these levers is the internationalization of its faculty, which the Financial Times ranks 4th among French business schools.
4th French school for return on investment
The FT rankings place great importance on indicators related to remuneration. Among them, a strong point of MBS is highlighted in this ranking: the return on investment.
“This year, MBS has progressed on this criterion thanks to an increase in the salaries of its alumni, but also by capitalizing on its historical status as the leading Grande Ecole for programs with more than 1,500 students who have found an apprenticeship and its considerable investment in scholarships and social aid for students,” analyzes Bruno Ducasse, Dean of MBS, ranked 4th French school in the rankings for the criterion of return on investment.
To discover the ranking, go here.