The QS 2023 ranking of the top Master’s in Management programmes worldwide, published on Thursday 29 September 2022, saw EM Normandie’s Master in Management (Programme Grande École) take the 95th spot.
Among the 176 courses deemed excellent in this year’s league table, EM Normandie held onto its place within the top 100 schools offering the best Master’s in Management courses worldwide. Only 24 French business schools feature in this ranking, where EM Normandie rose to the 15th position, reinforcing its place among the elite.
QS’ criteria is based on graduate employability, graduate career progression and the return on investment of training, the School’s academic reputation (research and teaching) and diversity amongst students and teaching staff in terms of gender and nationalities represented.
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