School -The Executive MBA at Rennes School of Business stands out in the FORBES and QS rankings

The Executive MBA at Rennes School of Business stands out in the FORBES and QS rankings

The EMBA at Rennes School of Business, Brittany’s leading business school, has just been recognised in two major league tables, confirming that the programme is a sure bet both nationally and internationally.

The FORBES ranking places the programme among the 12 best in France, in the ‘best values’ category, highlighting its ability to enable students to acquire managerial skills, strategic knowledge of the market and intercultural, intergenerational and cross-functional skills.

The QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) EMBA ranking is one of the world’s most rigorous and objective rankings of programmes and has moved the Rennes SB programme up 10 places. This significant rise demonstrates the school’s commitment to academic excellence, pedagogical innovation and the professional development of its students.
Rennes SB’s success in the rankings is explained by its advance in several key criteria:

  • outstanding performance in the “salary increase” category,
  • recognition of its academic reputation,
  • sustained efforts to promote diversity and inclusion.

Better pay for graduates

The school’s performance in the ‘salary increase’ category reflects the positive impact that the EMBA programme has on the careers and salaries of its graduates and is illustrated by actions and the creation of relevant programmes aligned with the needs of the labour market.

A recognised academic reputation

Rennes SB’s academic reputation is recognised for the quality of its teaching staff, the relevance of its research and its international reputation in higher education.

Efforts to promote diversity and inclusion

This ranking also highlights the efforts made by Rennes SB in terms of diversity and inclusion, with a significant improvement in the gender balance in classes, reflecting a commitment to equal opportunities and the promotion of parity in education and training.

The school also provides an inclusive and balanced environment for its students, where they can flourish and develop their full potential.

Following the reinstatement and 8-place rise of our Executive MBA in the prestigious Financial Times world ranking last October, this new ranking confirms the academic excellence of this programme, its diversity and its impact on the career paths of our French and international students” – Jordane Pedron, Director of Executive Education at Rennes SB.