EDHEC’s M.Sc In Finance Re-enters The World Top 5
The school has 5 campuses across the globe: Lille, Nice, Paris, London and Singapore. With nearly 7000 students, the school offers degree in 20 different programmes
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Europe's EDHEC Business School’s M.Sc in Finance was ranked 4th worldwide in the Financial Times ranking of Masters in Finance released on Monday.
Following the EFinancial Careers ranking which placed EDHEC 1st among French business schools with recruiters in the City of London, the Financial Times now rates EDHEC’s MSc in Financial Markets 4th worldwide (ahead of the equivalent programmes offered by MIT and Oxford) and in the top 3 in France (with HEC and ESCP). In terms of individual criteria, that EDHEC’s programme was ranked 2nd for international mobility and 4th for international experience, and also recorded significant progress in terms of average salaries compared to 2015.
Olivier Oger, Dean of EDHEC Business School, said that, “This result confirms the relevance of our 'for business' model which ensures our training programmes impact directly on companies and business in general. This model helps us stand out from our rivals and positions us among the global elite of business schools, with a focus on serving our students”
This new international classification cements EDHEC Business School’s position in the leading trio of business schools in France: U-Multirank (April 2016) rated EDHEC as the leading French business school and the Financial Times also ranked the EDHEC Global MBA in the top 3 in France for the first time, along with HEC and INSEAD (January 2016), as did The Economist.
The school has 5 campuses across the globe: Lille, Nice, Paris, London and Singapore. With nearly 7000 students, the school offers degree in 20 different programmes.