In such a competitive environment, comforting our position in the top 40 of the best Executive MBA in the world is an achievement that I’m very satisfied with, giving us a strong indication of how competitive our Executive MBA alumni are three years after completing their program.
Year after year, the KEDGE Global Executive MBA finds itself in the second tier of the FT ranking (top 7 – 44) alongside some of the most prestigious business schools in the world: IMD (20th), Duke University (29th), Nanyang Business School (37th), The University of Hong Kong (41th). In China, where the programme is offered with the collaboration of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, the KEDGE Global Executive MBA enjoys a comfortable position attracting international-savvy managers with a front-seat on the Chinese economy. With one of the best gender balance ratio at almost parity (48%), the KEDGE Global Executive MBA guarantees diversity in backgrounds and world views. The salary increase for students on the course is 87 %, putting the school in 13th position in this category.
In France, KEDGE Global Executive MBA comforts its number 4 position behind a solid HEC, and on the same tier with ESCP and INSEAD. When I look at European Higher Education institutions, we consistently improve our ranking and consolidate the top 12 position in China. I’m very pleased for our EMBA alumni who contributed to such an outcome, confirming the greater recognition of KEDGE Global Executive MBA brand for its distinctive assets and value proposition.
Among these distinctive assets, the KEDGE Global Executive MBA program offers new specialisations in 2020 including ‘Sports and Entertainment Business Management’ (in Paris), ‘The future of the Supply Chain’ (in Shanghai), and increases its international reach with the opening of its Global EMBA program in Bombay.
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