ESC Clermont Business School ranked on the top 100 of the Financial Times Ranking
For the 12th year in a row since 2007, the School has maintained its status as one of the top 100 international business schools. The School is listed among Europe’s most elite business institutions and its Master’s in Management is among the most competitive programmes.
ESC Clermont is among the top 20 French Buiness Schools. The ranking is looked upon as a world-reference and reflects on the strong reputation that the listed institutions have. It is based on various evaluation elements : international accreditations, career progression and the return on investment of the study course.
This year, the ranking comprises 100 Masters courses offered by institutions from 27 countries and a cohort of more than 30,000 students from all parts of the world.
There are in total 18 evaluation factors, divided into 3 categories : Career of graduates, international diversity and international course experience. ESC Clermont Business School is ranked as the 1st business school in the world in terms of female faculty representation (56%).
The School is also highly ranked on the following important factors:
- The proportion of international students in the Master’s programme (46th out of 100 on an international level and 10th in France).
- The return on inverstment of the degree which takes into account the total cost of studies along with the cost of living compared against the salary of graduates (567th out of 100 globally and 6th locally in France).
This ranking by a world reference media source as the Financial Times confirms the quality and value offered ESC Clermont Business School as an institution. The listing of the Master’s in Management programme is a clear indicator of its competitiveness in preparing students for their career evolution and for their success in the broad sense.