With a total of 24 institutions in the Top 100, France dominates the Financial Times Global Masters in Management Ranking. And this year, France is the best represented country worldwide, ahead of the United States and the United Kingdom. The Financial Time’s ranking was published on 12 September, and this year it maintains the top three French management schools: HEC school remains in second place worldwide and first in France, followed by ESCP and ESSEC schools.
For the 18th year, the Financial Times (FT), a major British daily newspaper, has published its traditional world ranking of the 100 best masters’ courses in management. This ranking is a much-awaited indicator, both for students and for the schools themselves, since it lists the best international business schools. Despite the ever-increasing number of institutions included (135 this year against 124 in 2021), French schools are increasingly distinguished.
More precisely, 4 French institutions appear in the Top 10:
- HEC (2nd position worldwide);
- ESCP Business School (5th);
- ESSEC (6th);
- emlyon Business School (9th).
Follow 9 additional institutions, which sets to 13 the number of French Masters’ courses in management ranked in the Top 50:
- EDHEC (12th);
- IESEG (26th);
- NEOMA BS (32th);
- EXCELIA (36th);
- Grenoble Ecole de Management – GEM (37th);
- SKEMA (41th);
- AUDENCIA (47th);
- Rennes School of Business (49th);
- TBS Education (50th);
11 additional institutions are present from the 51st to the 100th place of this ranking, which together make the Top 100 best business schools in the world. For France, these institutions cover the entire French territory: Montpellier Business School, ICN Business School, ESSCA School of Management, Burgundy School of Business, IAE Aix-Marseille, Institut Mines-Télécom Business School, EM Normandie Business School, ESDES Lyon Business School, EM Strasbourg Business School, ESC Clermont Business School and Paris School of Business.