Grenoble Graduate School of Business (GGSB) has been recognised again this year in the latest Financial Times Executive Education Rankings, being ranked in both the Open Enrolment and Custom Programs world rankings.
The school’s Open programs have been ranked 57th worldwide, and its Custom programs - 59th worldwide.
On average, GGSB is ranked 47th best executive education provider in the world, together with the likes of Harvard Business School, HEC Paris, Thunderbird School of Global Management and MIT: Sloan.
The Financial Times Executive Education rankings are based on surveys of institutions and their executive clients who were asked to rate the training providers.
Within the Open enrolment ranking, under specific categories, GGSB is ranked:
- 9th for “International Participants”;
- 18th for “Repeat business & growth”;
- 21st for “Partner Schools”;
- 8th for “International Location”;
- and 34th for “Faculty Diversity”.
In terms of Custom programs categories, GGSB is ranked 19th for “Overseas programs”; 26th for “Faculty Diversity” and 19th for “Partner Schools”.
Gael Fouillard, Director of Development & Executive Education, GGSB, said:
"This is the third consecutive year that GGSB Executive Education Programs are ranked by the Financial Times. In a context of increasing global competition, these results reflect the satisfaction of the participants as well as of our corporate clients.
The international dimension of GGSB programs is once again highlighted: diversity of participants and faculty, international locations and the ability to deliver programs with partners are among the strongest aspects according to these rankings.”