Kedge Business School is most pleased with the latest release of the Financial Times Executive MBA rankings. For the fourth consecutive year, the Kedge Global MBA programme (formerly the Euromed MBA) has jumped numerous places, and now finds itself in the 43rd overall position, and having passed ESSEC this year is now the n° 3 EMBA programme in France.
We’re pleased with this progression because it serves as validation, conducted by a highly-revered outside entity specialised in ranking programmes of this type and with the intimate knowledge of what constitutes a quality programme. The FT has consistently recognized and appropriately awarded the progress the Kedge Global MBA programme has made, and this should serve as congratulations to our programme’s excellent faculty and staff, but most of all to the high calibre students who have invested in our programme, personally and professionally, and been rewarded accordingly.
The merger between Euromed Management (Marseille) and BEM (Bordeaux) to form Kedge Business School in 2013 is the sign that things will only get better in the future. As quoted from the Financial Times, “The marriage has strengthened the school’s reach and extended the profile of its flagship degree programme”