Financial Times Rankings: MBS Grande Ecole Programme ranks as the world’s 56th best Master in Management
On Monday 12 September, the Financial Times published the ranking of the world’s best masters in management. After moving up five places last year, MBS confirms its progress and stabilizes at 56th place worldwide. On a national scale, the school is ranked 12th among the best French Grande Ecole Programs in Management.
An international standard that speaks for the Business Schools’ graduates
Each year, the Financial Times establishes the ranking of the best Masters in Management in the world. To build this top 100, the British daily newspaper relies mainly on the opinions of graduates, by questioning alumni three years after the end of their programme on fundamental data for the choice of students such as employment, career development or international mobility.
What are the results for MBS?
Last year, MBS moved up five places in the ranking. The challenge for 2022 was for the school to maintain progress and to remain stable, even with the implementation of major changes in its programmes to train the leaders of the transition.
This challenge has been met: MBS has kept its 56th place in the world ranking, based in part on the evaluation criteria that are its strong points: return on investment and the internationalisation of its faculty.
Two other key criteria were also highlighted: the near-parity of its classes and the satisfaction of the students with the Career Center support.
On a national scale, MBS is ranked 12th among the best Grande Ecole programmes delivering a Master in Management, and 14th among French Business Schools.
To discover the complete ranking, go here.