On Monday 7 December, the Financial Times revealed its 2020 league tables, showcasing the best European Business Schools, with EM Normandie occupying 83rd place, among the top 20 French Business Schools.
Based on the 4 Financial Times rankings produced during 2020 (MBA - Executive MBA - Masters in Management - Executive Education), these league tables rank the 90 best European Business Schools. French universities and business schools continue to secure prominent positions and represent nearly a quarter of the top European establishments. After the rankings of the top Master’s in Management courses in the world were published in September, in which the Master in Management EM Normandie came out in 80th place, these rankings strengthen the school’s prestige and reinforce its position among the best European business schools.
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Le Figaro Etudiant has just published its 2021 comparison of bachelor’s degrees, and EM Normandie’s Bachelor’s in International Management is one of the best 3-year courses.
EM Normandie has moved up two spots in the Figaro Etudiant 2021 business school rankings
Le Figaro Etudiant has published its 2021 rankings revealing the best French business schools. EM Normandie has jumped 2 spots to 19th place in the category post-baccalaureate and post entrance exam schools awarding state-recognised Master’s degrees. It has secured the 3rd spot in the ranking of post-baccalaureate schools.
EM Normandie once again in the QS and Financial Times rankings for the best Master’s in Management courses worldwide.
Once more, EM Normandie Business School’s Master’s in Management (Grande Ecole Programme) has ranked amongst the top Master’s in Management programmes worldwide and has come out in 83rd place in the QS Top 100 and 80th place in the Financial Times Top 90.