Financial Times 2022 World Ranking of Masters in Management
Ranked 36th in the world and 8th among French Business Schools

Excelia Business School once again climbs the Financial Times World Ranking of Masters in Management, being ranked 36th best Masters worldwide and 8th best major Business School in France in the 2022 ranking 

The Financial Times has today published its world ranking of the best Masters in Management (known in France as the Programme Grande École). Excelia Business School has further strengthened its previous outstanding performance and is now ranked 36th in the world for its Master in Management programme. The school clearly differentiates itself by this constant progression, confirming its excellence on a global scale.
Financial times 2022 Masters in Management

+ 6 places

For the fourth consecutive year, Excelia Business School has climbed the prestigious Financial Times World Ranking of the Best Masters in Management, now featuring in 36th place among the 100 business schools ranked. As was the case last year, it has moved up another 6 places. It is now ranked 8th among the French Business Schools that feature in the ranking.


Graduate support and graduate success: indicators on the rise

One of the unique elements that makes the FT a world reference is the importance it places on the input of graduates themselves and the data provided by the schools, which, this year, was validated by the FT’s own KPMG audit.

The continued progression of Excelia Business School in this year’s Financial Times ranking is not only thanks to graduate salary and graduate career development statistics, but also to the criteria assessing their level of satisfaction (‘Value for money’, ‘Aims achieved’, ‘Career service rank’):

  • +16 places on average across all the above criteria
  • +33 places on the particular criterion of ‘Career service rank’ (graduate support)

Bruno Neil, directeur Général d’Excelia

“By achieving 36th place in the world for its Master in Management and 8th place in France, our Business School continues to rise in the prestigious Financial Times ranking. This constant progression over the last few years clearly demonstrates the relevance of Excelia’s strategy and the commitment of its teams in implementing it. I am especially proud of the professional success and the increased level of satisfaction of our graduates. Providing them with support and guidance throughout their studies to ensure their professional success and fulfilment remains the essence of our mission.”
Bruno Neil, CEO, Excelia 


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