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 58th worldwide, and its Custom programs – 53rd worldwide, gaining six places. On average, GGSB is ranked 50th best executive education provider in the world, together with the likes of Harvard Business School, HEC Paris, Stanford Graduate School of Business 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.
Companies which have been trained by Grenoble this past year include: The Phone House, Safran, SNCF, Schneider Electric etc.
Gael Fouillard, Director of Development & Executive Education, GGSB, said: “The FT Executive Education rankings have become a reference for local and international companies when they seek potential partners to develop executive education programs. Our presence in the Top 50 Executive Education providers worldwide gives them a clear mark of quality and excellence. The major satisfaction lies in the continuity of GGSB’s performance in this ranking for 4 years now.”