As for the last 15 years, the Financial Times marked the start of this new academic year by publishing its annual ranking of the best Masters in Management on Monday 12 September. Grenoble Ecole de Management achieved improved scores for the second year running, both in the general ranking and for specific indicators, notably the career progress ranking.
The MSc Management in International Business has moved up the general ranking of the best Masters in Management for the second year in a row. It has gained 5 places in the world rankings and 4 places amongst European programmes. The programme has also consolidated its results in France, ranking 9th place amongst the best programmes in the country for the third year running.
- 37th place out of 100 programmes ranked worldwide
- 30th place out of 78 programmes ranked in Europe
- 9th place out of 25 programmes ranked in France
A programme for an international career
This overall progress is also supported by most of the individual indicators assessed by the ranking. This year’s results show that the programme is still attractive, in particular in terms of alumni careers.
- The MSc Management in International Business achieves its best performance on career progress for alumni three years after completion, obtaining 6th place in the global ranking for this indicator and 2nd place amongst the French programmes.
- The international work mobility of GEM MSc MIB alumni at the start of their careers positions the Grenoble-based school in the top 10 best programmes worldwide. Ranked 9th in the world and 1st in France for this component, the MSc MIB is recognised as one of the programmes with the greatest potential for students wishing to embark on an international career.
- The salaries of our alumni continue to increase for the sixth year running. There is also an improvement in the return on investment with the programme ranking in 55th place worldwide for this indicator, up 4 places on last year.