11th place worldwide: Excelia Business School has been featured for the first time in The Economist’s 2021 world ranking of the best Masters in Management.
Excelia Business School continues to climb in the international rankings. After having excelled in the Financial Times and QS rankings, it has now entered The Economist’s 2021 ranking of the best Masters in Management, appearing in 11th place worldwide. The School has been ranked 7th among the French schools included. A remarkable performance that reflects the level of satisfaction of its students and Alumni, whose feedback accounts for more than half of the final result.
Entering the ranking for the first time: 11th worldwide and 7th French school
Excelia Business School has entered The Economist’s 2021 world ranking of the best Masters in Management for the first time ever, attaining 11th place worldwide.
It has achieved 7th place among the French business schools featured in this ranking which is strictly limited to a selection of 40 business schools worldwide.
One of the unique features of The Economist’s ranking is that the data provided by the business schools is combined with feedback from their graduates and students. This is done every two years. Excelia Business School performed particularly well in the following areas:
- ‘Open new career opportunities’ – 2nd place worldwide in this criterion
Through this criterion, the ranking of The Economist recognises the ability of Excelia Business School to open up career opportunities for its graduates. The diversity of the sectors in which graduates work, their employability and the School’s careers services are all assessed.
- ‘Personal development / educational experience’ – 11th place worldwide in this criterion
Excelia Business School’s outstanding performance reflects the wealth of the student experience. This criterion highlights the quality of the lessons and the teaching faculty, the multicultural dimension and the facilities and services provided to students.