Key figures

Rennes School of Business – Facts & Figures

  • 4513 students (53% international) and 47 PhD students
  • 90 permanent faculty members (40 nationalities), 94% holding a PHD/Doctorate and 91% international
  • 10 000 alumni
  • 260 main academic partners
  • 70 nationalities on the campus
  • AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS triple-crown accreditation

 

A recent history of achievement

2018

  • Thomas Froehlicher becomes the new Director General and Dean of Rennes School of Business

2017

2016

  • 35th of the Financial Times Business School Master in management Ranking
  • 45th of the Financial Times Business School Master in Finance Ranking

2015

  • ESC Rennes launches a third research centre, the R-SCOM (Research in Supply Chain and Operations Management)

2014

  • EQUIS accreditation
  • 23rd in the Financial Times global Masters in Management ranking
  • Opening of a 3rd building on the campus

2013

  • François Chatel becomes the new Chairman of the Board of Directors
  • Rennes School of Business enters the Financial Times ranking
  • AMBA accreditation
  • EPAS re-accreditation for 5 years

2012

  • AACSB accreditation
  • Launch of a 5-year development strategy plan (2012 – 2017)

2010

  • Opening of Campus 2 at Rennes

2008-2009

  • Opening of the Research Centre for Technology and Innovation Management
  • Launching of the International Bachelor Programme in Management
  • 5-year EPAS accreditation for The Master in Management programme

2006-2007

  • Opening of the Research Centre for Responsible Business
  • Development of a 5-year development strategy plan (2007 – 2011)
  • Dr Olivier Aptel becomes Dean of ESC Rennes School of Business
  • Mr Bernard Angot is the new President of ESC Rennes School of Business
  • New strategic positioning: Group ESC Rennes becomes ESC Rennes School of Business

2004

  • Launching of new postgraduate programmes: the Master of Science

2002

  • Building expansion (10 000 m²) and deployment of the multimedia platform

2000

  • 10th  anniversary of the School
  • Re-accreditation by the Open University

1999

  • Setting up of a 5-year development plan

1998

  • Joins the Chapter of Management Schools and the Conference of the Grandes Ecoles
  • 1st French Business School to obtain the ISO 9001 label certified by the French Association for the Certification of Quality Assurance

1996

  • Becomes member of the EFMD (European Foundation for Management Development)

1994

  • Accreditation by the British Open University.

1990

  • Foundation of the School