International Rankings for 2013-2014

This past year has once again been outstanding in terms of Grenoble Ecole de Management's international rankings.
Our school is overwhelmingly present in this year's Financial Times rankings. Our Master in International Business (MIB) and MSc in Finance are respectively ranked 13th and 7th in the world while our EMBA is ranked 41st in Europe.


Overall, our institution is ranked in the top 50 best executive education provider around the world. The school itself is ranked in the top 30 best business schools in Europe. These results confirm our institution's position among the top schools in Europe and around the world. An accomplishment that leaves us as one of the only French institutions to be ranked in the prestigious light pink salmon publication

Most recently, The Economist - Which MBA recognized our full-time MBA by ranking it as the 4th best program in France, 22nd in Europe, and 69th in the world. The 2013 full-time MBA graduates are now being surveyed for the Which MBA 2014.

The full-time MBA is also present in America Economia (19th worldwide) and CNN Expansion (45th worldwide), giving us valuable recognition in Latin America.

Ranking results tend to vary from one publication to another and from one year to the next, but the institution has always maintained its presence regardless of increasing competition worldwide. As the Financial Times rankings are now focused on the world instead of Europe, the competition has definitely gone up a notch!

Choosing the right rankings

As dozens of rankings exist and more are being created every year, it is important for our institution, our students, and our alumni that we partake only in the most serious and respectable rankings. By choosing which rankings we participate in, we are able to consecrate our energy and resources on the most relevant ones.

Financial Times – new "Entrepreneurship" criterion being introduced

The Financial Times recently informed us that it is planning to introduce an «Entrepreneurship» criterion in its Master in Finance, Master in Management, Executive MBA and Global MBA rankings. This project is currently being developed and alumni will most likely be surveyed on their entrepreneurship experience before, during and after their respective programs. For the moment, we know that the Financial Times has designed some "entrepreneurship" questions that will be tested during the upcoming survey of Master of Management graduates.

We would be keen on receiving your comments concerning our rankings