The Grande Ecole Programmes’ 2018 rankings in Le Point: KEDGE achieves its best-ever position le 23/02/2018

KEDGE Business School is the highest-ranking business school in the ‘Master’s Degree’ and ‘International Bachelor’s’ categories in Le Point’s Grande Ecole rankings published today.

+3 places compared to 2017

Among the general rankings of Grande Ecole Master’s Programmes, the KEDGE Grande Ecole Programme came 7th (+3 places compared to last year), tied with Skema (unchanged), and above Audencia and Toulouse BS (tied in 9th place, who each drop 2 places), Néoma (11th) and ESC Rennes (12th).

KEDGE’s progress is a result of strong performance in the areas of teaching (6th), research (4th), international approach (5th), and salaries (3rd). 

A notable entry for the International EBP

Furthermore, having recently received state recognition for their Master’s programme in June 2017, KEDGE’s International EBP (an international post-bac course lasting 5 years) leaves the Bachelor’s category and makes a notable entry on the Master’s degree programmes table in 16th place
As a result, KEDGE has now become the first and only Grande Ecole Management School out of 38 on the list with two of its programmes recognised in Le Point’s Master’s rankings, with the PGE (7th place) and the International EBP (16th place)!

+2 places for the International BBA

In the 4-year International Bachelor’s degree rankings, KEDGE's International BBA course is ranked 2nd, representing a significant increase of 2 places, thanks mainly to the programme’s professionalism (1st), starting salaries after graduation (1st), as well as its international focus (2nd).

For José Milano, Head of KEDGE, “these excellent results in Le Point’s 2018 rankings, combined with those of L’Etudiant's research ranking published last month, prove that KEDGE is constantly improving to offer a unique student experience focused on teaching innovation, alongside research expertise, a strong international outlook and new learning methods based on both personal and professional development."

See Le Point’s Grande Ecole rankings

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