ESCP Business School’s Executive MBA ranks 6th worldwide in Financial Times ranking

ESCP Business School’s Executive MBA has been ranked 6th in the world in the Financial Times annual global ranking, moving up one place from last year.

ESCP’s EMBA ranks 1st in Spain, Italy, and Germany as well as 3rd in France and the UK, which reaffirms its position as one of the most prestigious EMBA programmes in Europe.

The programme also ranks 2nd worldwide for career progression, with graduates of the EMBA achieving an average 93% increase in salary three years after completion. In addition, ESCP’s EMBA comes in among the top business schools in terms of ‘aims achieved’, the extent to which alumni fulfilled their goals or reasons for doing an EMBA.

“This ranking underscores the programme’s strong international positioning and quality as well as the extensive career benefits an EMBA from ESCP Business School brings to its candidates.” says Simon Mercado, Executive Vice President and Dean for Executive Education, Corporate and External Relations.

“This exceptional ranking for our EMBA at ESCP Business School recognizes the quality of the programme and the hard work that has been done by our team in the past years, creating a truly transformational programme that accompanies and prepares executives to become qualified responsible leaders of tomorrow who can have a positive impact on society.” says Francesco Venuti, Associate Dean of the EMBA. “With the programme’s flexible and renovated new format, we’re confident that our programme will continue to respond, with the traditional ESCP values and style, to the needs and expectations of tomorrow’s business world.”

“In addition to a highly ranked programme, EMBA candidates can also be assured that they will share their experience with very diverse cohorts, mingling with EMBA peers from various backgrounds and nationalities (more than 30 per class),” says Ines Khedhir, Director of the EMBA. “They will also join an influential network within the 68,000-strong ESCP alumni community, present in over 150 countries.”

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