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Thematics :

The Financial Times has published its 2024 ranking of Executive Education programmes. NEOMA performs exceptionally well with a very strong progression in the “Customised programmes” ranking and has entered the “Open enrolment” ranking (in-company training programmes) for the first time.

NEOMA’s success is twofold

  • 19th worldwide (up 17 places) and 5th in France in the “Customised programmes” ranking
  • 37th worldwide and 6th in France in the “Open enrolment” part, while entering this ranking or the first time.

NEOMA customised programmes stand out particularly on the following criteria:

  • “Growth”, which measures turnover growth between 2022 and 2023 (ranked 2nd worldwide)
  • “Future use,” which assesses the likelihood that clients will call on NEOMA again for other customised programmes (14th in the world)
  • “Follow-up”, which evaluates the quality of the follow-up support offered after the programme (17th in the world)
  • “New skills & learning”, which analyses the relevance of the new skills acquired, how well they are applied and how the programme has fostered new ways of thinking (ranked 17th in the world).

The acquisition of MELTIS last year has helped NEOMA to take on a new dimension in the Executive Education sector, which is also assessed by the Financial Times.

NEOMA’s in-company programmes stand out particularly on the following criteria:

  • “Faculty Diversity”, which evaluates the diversity of the teaching staff in terms of nationality and gender (ranked 8th worldwide)
  • “International Location,” which assesses the range of programmes offered internationally (ranked 18th worldwide)
  • “Quality of participants,” which measures participants’ managerial and academic levels, their international profile, and the quality of peer-to-peer interaction (ranked 19th worldwide)


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