SKEMA Business School has been in this ranking since its creation in 2009. This year’s 25th place, out of 100 international educational institutions, is an improvement of 10 places compared to last year's ranking.
Our Master in Management ranks fifth among the 25 best French Grandes Ecoles represented.
SKEMA stands out particularly on several criteria:
- International Student Mobility: the school gains a place and ranks 17th
- Objectives achieved by graduates thanks to their degree (Aims Achieved): SKEMA moves up 12 places and is ranked 20th in the world
- Proportion of female students in comparison to male students: SKEMA ranks 13th
- Female Faculty: SKEMA ranks four places higher on this criterion, in 21st place.
This progress reflects SKEMA’s teaching model which is now based on the three new academies into which the school's teaching staff is deployed: innovation, globalisation, digitisation.
Alice Guilhon, managing director of SKEMA and president of the Chapter of Management Schools of the Conference of Grandes Ecoles (CGE) is delighted with this result: "Combining this new ranking with our fourth place in the FT's latest world ranking on finance training (for the MSc Financial Markets & Investments), we see broad recognition of our teaching model."