NEOMA Business School gains 11 places in the Financial Times European Business Schools ranking 2020

The Financial Times has published its “European Business Schools 2020” ranking today, which has ranked the top 90 European institutions. NEOMA Business School is ranked 39th, an increase of 11 places from last year.

Among the French schools, the school is ranked 8th, gaining two places from last year.

These ranking results are based on the performance of several programmes including the MBA, Executive MBA and Masters in Management, as well as two rankings relating to Executive Education – Custom and Open programmes.

NEOMA’s Master in Management (PGE) programme ranked 23rd in Europe, notably appearing in the Top 5 in France. The school’s tailor-made (intra) programmes ranked 37th in Europe, and the Executive MBA ranked 48th in Europe.

“This result is a strong recognition of NEOMA’s excellence and materialises its ambition to be the innovative challenger of the biggest international Business Schools” says Delphine Manceau, Dean of NEOMA.

 

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