ESSEC Executive Education ranked among the world's top 10 in the Financial Times

On June 2, the Financial Times published its 2019 ranking of Executive Education, which summarizes the ranking of schools for custom programs on the one hand and for post-experience programs on the other hand. ESSEC ranks among the world's top 10 in terms of continuing education, moving up six places. Now the 8th best institution in the world and 3rd in France, ESSEC strengthens its position as an academic institution of excellence.

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# 5 worldwide for customized programs

This year, ESSEC gains seven  places, reaching 1st place in France, 4th in Europe and 5th in the world. This ranking highlights the quality of our interactions with our corporate clients and more specifically our ability to integrate their demands and the best of research into our programs. The pedagogical quality of the programs, the follow-up, the relevance of the content, the impact of the training as well as the programs’ value for money were acclaimed.

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# 21 worldwide for "open-enrollment programs"

Moving up two places, ESSEC is now ranked 21st in the world. Graduates particularly appreciated the quality of the international experience, the quality and quantity of the programs in partnership with AACSB or EQUIS accredited schools, the follow-up offered to the participants during and after the training, the quality of the participants and the diversity of the professors.

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This strong growth is a proof of the excellence of ESSEC programs. It also reflects the efforts that ESSEC teams make every day to offer development paths that match the needs of companies, executives, managers and managers.