On Monday 6 December, the Financial Times published the 2021 edition of its best European business schools ranking. Ranked 86th, EM Normandie reinforced its status among the most elite schools.
Based on the Financial Times rankings produced during 2021 (MBA - Executive MBA - Masters in Management) and the Executive Education 2020 ranking, these league tables rank the 95 best European Business Schools. French universities and business schools continue to secure prominent positions and represent nearly a quarter of the top European establishments. After the ranking of the best Masters in Management courses in the world was published in September 2021, in which the Master’s in Management (Grande Ecole Programme) at EM Normandie climbed 7 places, securing the 73rd spot, this ranking strengthens the school’s prestige and reinforces its position among the top European business schools.
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