KEDGE graduates, what has become of your student...
Holding strong amid ever-growing international competition, the KEDGE Global Executive MBA has placed 36th in this year’s Financial Times EMBA ranking. Rising slightly up from last year, KEDGE GEMBA once again solidly assures its position in the top 40 Executive MBAs worldwide and in the top 10 executive MBAs in Asia.
“I’m very proud of such an achievement, says José Milano, Director General of KEDGE Business School. It gives within international the school an additional footprint in the international executive education recognition.”
For the third year in a row, the KEDGE Global Executive MBA graduates within the top 4 for salary increase demonstrating a consistent 3-year average of 98% for salary increase.
Year after year, the KEDGE Global Executive MBA finds itself, in the second tier of the FT ranking (top 11 – 45) alongside some of the most prestigious business schools in the world: London Business School (14th), IMD (21st), Duke University (25th), Kellogg / York University (32nd), Columbia (40th).
“Even within France, the KEDGE GEMBA places securely in the TOP 5 Executive MBAs behind HEC, and on the same tier with ESCP and INSEAD, yet has gained significantly each year in international brand visibility, likely for its strong value for money proposition, among other distinctive assets,” adds Professor Hervé Remaud, Director of KEDGE GEMBA.
In China, where the programme resides on the campus of the Shanghai Jiao Tong University, the KEDGE Global Executive MBA enjoys a comfortable position amid prestigious institutions such as CEIBS and SJTU Antai.
For more information : http://rankings.ft.com/businessschoolrankings/executive-mba-ranking-2018