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Le Point ranking of business schools 2023: KEDGE Business School's Grande Ecole programme moves up 4 places to 8th position, IBBA ranks 7th

Le Point's rankings published on 15 February put KEDGE's PGE in 8th place, a rise of 4 places in one year. For its part, the IBBA continues its growth by moving up one place to 7th position.

A benchmark ranking in the sphere of French business schools, Le Point's rankings give KEDGE's Grande Ecole Program a thumbs up among 37 French management schools surveyed on six major themes.  


Pedagogy, professionalization, internationalism and research are the four criteria that led to this clear progression in the ranking. They are among the aspects that have been carefully worked on as part of PGE's new pedagogical approach, Grow by doing®, built around a logic of learning by doing, where the student is an actor in his or her training and career in an international context. Its ambition: to encourage students to break out of their usual thought patterns while offering them concrete actions to enrich their career path and thus maximize their employability.

KEDGE guarantees its students a high level of teaching staff

Proof of the recognition given to the quality of the teaching provided and the innovative nature of the program's pedagogical approach, this year KEDGE's PGE had already reached 8th place in the Figaro and Challenges rankings.


" True to its promise of being an original, sustainable and inclusive school, KEDGE prepares its students to have an impact, today, on the world tomorrow. By getting our students to think differently about inclusion, diversity or even certain technological advances, we intend to help them question themselves and become actors of transformation. This innovative approach based on experiential learning has been recognized by several rankings, illustrating our dynamic approach, supported by a Grande Ecole program that ensures that our students have the skills and knowledge they need to succeed. e by a Grande Ecole Program that ensures excellence in teaching and high employability for students ", says Alexandre de Navailles, CEO of KEDGE.

IBBA climbs to 7th place

By maintaining its position at the top of the rankings, the IBBA, which trains bilingual and international operational managers, has confirmed its appeal to both French and foreign students.


In particular, the program allows students to develop a real mastery of managerial fields in an international and intercultural context, thanks in particular to its 131 quality academic partners on 5 continents and its 11 double degree possibilities.

Finally, the publications of its teacher-researchers as well as its performance in the Shanghai ranking contribute greatly to KEDGE's progression in the ranking. The high-level faculty, graduates of excellent universities, carry out active research work with an ever-increasing number of publications. The work of KEDGE professors is a cornerstone of the school's academic excellence.

Ecological transition: KEDGE in the top 5

This ranking highlights the schools most committed to an ecological transition approach. Several criteria allow KEDGE to reach the 5th place of the ranking:

  • Obtaining the DD&RS label,
    The number of published articles devoted to the subject of ecological transition,
    The presence of a director of sustainable and inclusive transition,
    The implementation of Fresque du Climat workshops

In addition, KEDGE offers its PGE students the opportunity to carry out a " Pro Act Community service ": thanks to the partnership forged with the Pro Bono Lab association, which supports companies in their policy of civic commitment by their employees, students commit 50 hours to an association in order to carry out a project with a positive impact in line with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.


More than ever, KEDGE Business School is committed to training responsible managers and to accelerating its sustainable and inclusive transition through the KEDGE IMPAKT strategy.


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