HEC Paris ranked second in FT world league table for Masters in Management
For the third year in a row, the Financial Times (FT) has placed HEC Paris in second place in its rankings for Masters in Management. The league table is published once a year and features the world's top 80 business schools.
HEC Paris has retained its second place in the Financial Times (FT)’s ranking of the world’s top Masters in Management programs for the third year in a row. The league table is published once a year and features the 90 best business schools, located across the globe. “The structure of the program, its world class reputation and the extraordinary quality of its students and professors give the Master in Management the power to accelerate the careers of its graduates to incredible levels," said Eloic Peyrache, Associate Dean on the program at HEC Paris.
As part of its methodology, the FT assesses many factors in determining the places on its league table. These include graduates’ employment prospects after finishing their program and an average salary, as well as their international mobility (i.e. to what extent they have travelled abroad for work).
Throughout the year the FT publishes seven rankings pertaining to business schools in the categories of the MBA, EMBA, Master in Finance, Master in Management, Online MBA, non-degree Executive Education courses, and an overall ranking for top European business schools. HEC Paris features high up in all these rankings, with its Master in Finance this year clinching first place for the sixth year in a row.