For the first time in its history, Excelia Business School features in the Financial Times Customised Executive Education 2022 world ranking 

For the first time in its history, Excelia Business School appears in this prestigious ranking, entering in 58th place.

The Financial Times has today published its Customised Executive Education world ranking of bespoke continuing education courses, a ranking which was put on hold last year due to the health crisis. For the first time in its history, Excelia Business School appears in this prestigious ranking, entering in 58th place.
This is important recognition of the successful development and excellence of the continuing education courses offered by the school.

 

9th French school in an ever more selective ranking

FT Rankings

Excelia Business School has entered this ranking of only 70 major institutions worldwide, being placed 9th among the French management schools listed. This year, the number of institutions featured was reduced down, from 85 in 2020, making this ranking of customised course providers even more selective.

The unique feature of this ranking is that the responses given by corporate clients are of paramount importance, accounting for 80% of the score. As a result, 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). 

 

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