Excelia has once again been recognised in many important rankings this year.
The school did remarkably well in the prestigious Financial Times ranking and improved its position in other rankings in which it had already featured.
This valuable widespread recognition provides confirmation of the school’s continuing progress.
This constant progression in the various national and international rankings shows that Excelia continues to differentiate itself, in particular thanks to its innovative and pertinent teaching methods, providing students with excellent job prospects.
This is yet another factor in helping future students make the right choice of school. What’s more, the rankings also take into account feedback from students themselves on their study programmes and study environment!
Master in Management: +5 places in Le Parisien, Top 15 in Le Point
These rankings by Le Point and Le Parisien reward the excellence of the school’s programmes and its innovative teaching methods, whilst endorsing its choices and decisions made with students in mind. In its 32 years of existence, Excelia Business School’s Master in Management (MiM) has constantly evolved and improved with the passage of time, as demonstrated by its progression in the rankings.
The major business schools must reinvent themselves to face the challenges of climate change and to prepare students to become future professionals who are aware of their company’s impact on the planet. Excelia has been fully committed to these issues for several decades: it is a pioneer both in environmental matters and in the education of its students to become socially and environmentally responsible managers. Today, CSR teaching permeates all of Excelia’s programmes, and it conducts research into CSR-related issues. With this in mind, Excelia launched the experiential pedagogical Climacité© initiative which explores another field of sustainable development. This project helps students to become responsible managers by understanding the issues of environmental protection and climate change.
Enhanced employability, a strong international dimension, and academic excellence are all criteria highlighted in the various rankings in which the MiM distinguished itself.
9th in France in the Financial Times Customised Executive Education 2022 world ranking
For its very first appearance in the Customised Executive Education ranking of the Financial Times, Excelia Business School can be proud of its 9th place among French business schools. On a global level, it is ranked 58th, in a ranking of 70 major institutions worldwide (selectively reduced down from 85 in 2020). This ranking places great emphasis on the responses of corporate clients, which account for 80% of the score. The school’s customised programmes perform particularly well in the criteria ‘Follow up’ (the quality of the follow-up offered post-training) and ‘Faculty Diversity’ (the diversity of the faculty involved in these tailor-made courses).
BBA International… never resting on its laurels!
Excelia’s BBA International is characterised by the diversity of international experiences offered to students. Of all the BBAs on offer in France, Excelia’s programme has the longest internship and expatriation periods. In order to provide students with an educational offer that successfully combines vocational training and international experience, at the beginning of the 2022 academic year, the BBA will launch a 24-month international work-study track, the very first of its kind in France. This new programme is sure to receive recognition in future rankings.
+2 places for the BBA International in the 2022 Le Point ranking
Excelia’s BBA International is now in 6th place, moving up two places from the previous ranking. It is also in 4th place in the category ‘vocational dimension’ and 5th in the category ‘international dimension’.
3rd place in l’Etudiant Test Bench
This year, 10 BBAs (Bachelor in Business Administration) were reviewed. Excelia’s programme came in 3rd place in L'Etudiant Test Bench. It particularly stood out on the criteria of academic recognition, academic quality, working relationship with companies, international outlook, and social awareness.
Bachelor in Business… 2nd in L'Etudiant ranking
Excelia Business School’s Bachelor in Business is once again on the podium, taking second place. It particularly distinguished itself in the criteria of academic recognition, academic quality, vocational integration, and international dimension.
Excelia’s Bachelor in Business programme enables students to acquire a solid foundation in management and to gain valuable experience whether in companies, through expatriation, via a double qualification, or even through involvement in the school’s Clubs and Associations. The programme can be tailored to suit each professional project thanks to a wide choice of specialisations.
Heading to the top in the HappyAtSchool® ranking!
For the third consecutive year, ChooseMyCompany has published its HappyAtSchool® ranking, in which Excelia has been awarded a top 10 position and 2 podium finishes! Excelia Business School took 6th place in the Business School category, whilst in the applied schools category, Excelia Digital School and Excelia Tourism School both took 2nd place in the ranking by sector.
Students reveal all…
This HappyAtSchool® ranking is based on the feedback from business school students who rate the quality of their student experience, enabling the ranking to highlight the best schools to study at. With your years in higher education being some of the most important in your life, it’s essential to choose the right school!
The academic rankings and the HappyAtSchool® ranking complement each other and portray Excelia as an inspiring school for students deciding to study there!