Financial Times 2022: Rennes School of Business achieves the best progression of all French management schools, all rankings combined
Rennes School of Business stands out in the most recent Financial Times ranking, landing in 57th place and moving up 31 places compared to 2021!
On 5 December 2022, the Financial Times published its “European Business School” ranking. This is the fourth and final annual ranking of the British economic and financial daily newspaper, and is dedicated to European universities and business schools. Rennes School of Business is ranked 57th in the ranking and has made the greatest progress over the year, gaining 31 places compared to last year.
This ranking confirms the excellent performance of Rennes SB
The international dimension, which has been at the heart of Rennes SB’s DNA for 30 years, continues to be a strong competitive lever, as confirmed today by the Financial Times. This year, Rennes School of Business has also gained places in the other Financial Times rankings: +1 place in the Masters in Finance ranking, +5 places in the Masters in Management ranking and +8 places in the EMBA ranking.
The Breton business school is now in the Top 50 European institutions for its EMBA (50th) and its Master in Management (41st).
“This progression, which is also the best rank obtained in this important ranking, is a strong signal and testifies to the activities and strategy of Rennes SB. This is excellent news for our entire community, as the Financial Times rankings are closely scrutinised each year by students and recruiters from all over the world,” says Thomas Froehlicher, Director General of Rennes School of Business.