The 2019 “Le Figaro Etudiant” Master programmes rankings: KEDGE has been ranked 9th among the best French schools and is continuing its progression

PRESS RELEASE 11.23.2018

The 2019 “Le Figaro Etudiant” Master programmes rankings : KEDGE has been ranked 9th among the best French schools and is continuing its progression

Moving up a further place, KEDGE has reached the 9th spot in the 2019 “Le Figaro Etudiant” rankings of the Master programmes.

For the 4th time in 2018, the school reached the top 10 business schools in this leading French rankings, ahead of its competitors Néoma (10th), Iéseg (11th), Toulouse Business School (12th) or Rennes SB (13th).

In its rankings, Le Figaro Etudiant pays particular attention to three key indicators: the academic excellence of the schools, their international influence and their corporate relations.

In its descriptive part, Le Figaro Etudiant stresses that the improvement in KEDGE’s ranking has been achieved thanks to “its strong international presence and its excellent corporate relations”.
Achieving a score of 18/20 for its corporate relations, KEDGE has outperformed the top trio comprised of HEC, ESSEC and ESCP, and consolidated its place as the 3rd leading school of management earned in June 2018 during the Agires Développement awards for its impact, its innovation and its dynamism in corporate relations.

Concerning international influence, its presence abroad over the last 10 years with campuses in Africa and China along with its many high quality international academic partnerships have helped KEDGE to become the no.1 French business school in terms of academic mobility.

If we group the rankings published this year in the French media, KEDGE has consolidated its 9th place among the top schools of management for its Grande Ecole programme:

  • 7th in Le Point ranking
  • 8th in Challenges ranking
  • 8th in Le Parisien ranking
  • 11th in L’Etudiant ranking

The “Figaro Etudiant” rankings:

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