The Financial Times has today published its world ranking of the best Masters in Management (known in France as the Programme Grande École). Excelia Business School has progressed for the fifth consecutive year in this prestigious world ranking. This year, it has risen 3 places and is now in 33rd position out of the 100 business schools featured. This is further confirmation of the school’s excellence on a global scale.
Constant progression: +33 places in 5 years
Since 2019, Excelia Business School has moved up an impressive 33 places in this respected ranking, making it one of the schools to have recorded the strongest progression over the last five years.
It has also firmly established its Master in Management amongst the TOP 10 in France.
An international dimension, Excelia Business School’s particular strength
Internationalisation is one of the areas in which Excelia Business School stands out in the Financial Times 2023 ranking, performing particularly well in two criteria:
– International faculty (ranked 21st in the world)
– International course experience (ranked 3rd in the world)
As one of Excelia Business School’s key strengths since entering the Financial Times ranking, international experience is particularly well developed and, in addition to the traditional academic exchanges and work placements abroad, there are compulsory humanitarian projects including Humacité©, which 80% of students carry out internationally.
“By rising up the rankings for the fifth consecutive year to achieve 33rd place in the Financial Times prestigious Master in Management ranking, our Business School has once again demonstrated its international standing. Its position is also testament to the effectiveness of the strategy that guides Excelia Business School and to our group’s ability to maintain a trajectory of excellence and performance over time.” Bruno Neil, CEO, Excelia
“We can now appreciate just how far we’ve come over the last 5 years, and this is thanks to the considerable investment made by our academic teams and teaching Faculty. This ranking is testament to the success of our graduates and to the added value of our programme in the arena of the world’s top business schools.” Tamym Abdessemed, Associate CEO of Excelia, Dean of Excelia Business School
Created in 1988, Excelia is one of the leading French Higher Education groups. With a strong international dimension, it comprises a business school, a tourism school, and a digital communication school. It currently educates some 6,000 students on its 4 campuses and boasts an alumni network of 43,500 graduates. The Excelia group holds the EESPIG label, and its business school is triple accredited with EQUIS, AACSB and AMBA accreditations. In addition, its tourism school is the first and only French school to be awarded UNWTO.Tedqual certification by the World Tourism Organization.