For the first time in its history, Excelia features in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings, being placed 2nd amongst the French management schools included
As a first-time applicant for the Times Higher Education’s international Impact Rankings, dedicated to CSR, Excelia has made a strong debut, being featured in the Top 300 international institutions that demonstrate excellence in CSR, out of the 1,591 ranked.
The Impact Rankings assess higher education institutions against the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Using strict methodology, inclusion in the overall rankings is determined by a certain commitment to these SDGs.
Only 22 French establishments ranked
Of the 22 French higher education establishments (universities, engineering schools and management schools), Excelia has been ranked 2nd out of the 3 French management schools featured.
Over and above Excelia’s achievement in being immediately listed in the overall rankings, the school was particularly commended for its commitment to two of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals used by Times Higher Education to measure the social and economic impact of schools.
Highly demanding methodology and eligibility criteria
The purpose of the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings is to assess the performance and commitment of higher education institutions worldwide to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, which came into force on 1st January 2016.
The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings is based on information provided by the institutions themselves, as well bibliometric data supplied by Elsevier, which may be supplemented by other surveys.