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The prestigious Financial Times ranking, “Masters in Management 2015” puts NEOMA Business School in 34th position overall and 9th French “Grande Ecole” Programme.

By moving up 6 places, the School reinforces it reputation and visibility in the global higher education landscape.

This result is even more encouraging in that this year ten additional international institutions have joined the ranking, making 80 schools and universities in all.

Several indicators show that the School’s strategy has been effective. For example, the Grande Ecole Programme has achieved particularly good results in many of the criteria linked to our graduates’ careers:

  • The criterion “three-year salary progression” has improved by 5%
  • The criterion “career advancement” had improved by 2 places, the Grande Ecole Programme School breaking into the Top 20 (18th position)
  • The criterion “graduate’s satisfaction with regard to initial expectations” has improved by 31%, with an 85% satisfaction rate

The Financial Times also praises the internationalisation of NEOMA Business School:

  • The criterion “internationalisation of faculty” has improved by  8%
  • The criterion “internationalisation of student population” has improved by 5%
  • The criterion “international exposure during the programme” has improved by 2%, the Grande Ecole Programme breaking into the Top 20 (19th position) programmes in terms of international exposure.

NEOMA Business School our scores are excellent for those criteria directly linked with our mission to train tomorrow’s managers to meet the expectations of French and international businesses.
These results also reflect the strong links that unite the school with its alumni community.

This progress strengthens NEOMA Business School’s ambition to become one of the best-ranked Schools in Europe.