The Rennes School of Business Executive MBA (EMBA) is back in the prestigious Financial Times ranking
The British daily Financial Times (FT) published its 2022 list of the best EMBAs in the world on Monday 17 October. Rennes School of Business is ranked among the Top 100, moving up 8 places from the last ranking.
Rennes School of Business re-enters the ranking after two years of absence
After an absence in 2020 and 2021, due to an insufficient number of responses, the Rennes School of Business Executive MBA is back in the prestigious Financial Times (FT) ranking, climbing 8 places compared to its last position.
This comes as excellent consolidation of the quality of our programmes, after the Master in Management (MIM) also reentered the FT ranking in September 2022, climbing 5 places compared to its last position.
8 places gained compared to the last ranking
Among the main reasons for the programme’s excellent performance: 97% of the programme’s teachers now hold a PhD. (vs. 88% in 2019), graduate salaries have increased by 46% in 3 years (vs. 32% in 2019) and graduates have more professional experience upon entry into the programme. The improvement in the CSR commitment of Rennes School of Business was another factor contributing to the programme’s new position.
An additional intake in January 2023
Building on its success, the Executive MBA at Rennes School of Business has announced an additional intake to the programme, starting in January 2023. This programme has been designed to meet the real needs of companies and train highly competent managers while promoting innovation and the development of new solutions.
“We are very pleased to be reinstated in this ranking which recognises an excellent Executive MBA programme, one which is both deeply connected to our local territory and extremely global-minded. Our programme truly benefits an ecosystem of increasingly innovative companies, looking for resilient leaders and managers who are able to navigate in a world in crisis,” says Jordane Pedron, Director of Executive Education at Rennes School of Business