EM Normandie’s PGE has been ranked 72nd place in the 2022 Financial Times ranking, up one place on last year
Today, Monday 12 September, the 2022 edition of the ranking of the best Masters in Management courses in the world, published every by the Financial Times, is revealed. In 72nd place, EM Normandie’s Master’s in Management (Programme Grande Ecole) consolidates its position among the top courses, climbing up a rank.
In an ever-competitive market, EM Normandie is going from strength to strength, finishing in 72nd place out of 100 courses deemed excellent, on a global scale. The School came 19th out of the 23 French Grandes Ecoles included.
The prestigious ranking was based on a survey sent to 2019 Masters in Management (Programme Grande École) graduates. The survey assesses their professional situation including salary, mobility, development, return on investment, etc. It is supplemented by indicators relating to the diversity of the School’s teaching staff, governance bodies and students (gender parity and proportion of international students), the qualifications of teaching staff and the importance of international exposure of students during their studies (academic stays and professional experience).