In the categories that make up the rankings, SKEMA ranks first in graduate satisfaction and time spent by students abroad criteria. We also rank second in the salary criterion and we join the top group of schools with students that attain a salary of over €51K within three years of graduation. The school ranks second in the criterion of international excellence and third in academic excellence and proximity to companies criteria.
In the editorial, l’Etudiant mentions that SKEMA's international mobility (outside of the pandemic context) is some 1,500 students, whereas there are currently only between 300 and 400 students abroad. "These are mainly students who were on site and were able to stay there, particularly on our campuses in China and the United States. But, at the moment, these two countries are not taking in any new students. In the United States, it is possible to obtain a student visa, but the procedure is long. Stays may therefore be postponed," explains Alice Guilhon, SKEMA's dean.
L’Etudiant also underlines the technological innovations put in place during the pandemic by SKEMA professors who used Wooclap, Klaxoon or Testwe and offered courses enhanced by technology, with access to new resources, and the possibility of reviewing a sequence when a point has been misunderstood.