The Financial Times has released its list of executive education rankings of 2019 for customised programmes.
SKEMA Business School’s executive education programmes have made remarkable progress and gained 18 places, positioning 61st. This is the third highest increase worldwide in this edition's rankings and the highest for a French school.
This exceptional performance is the result of SKEMA’s strong focus on the development of customised programmes for executive education and the global presence of the school through its campuses in Brazil, China, France, the US, and soon, South Africa (Cape Town). Programmes such as Executive Programme in Management (EPM), offered in partnership with French Chambers of Commerce Abroad and Advanced Human Resources Management Programmes (AHRMP) for GHR-Lib in China, have consolidated the range of customised programmes already deployed with large companies like Saint-Gobain, Oracle and BPI France.
“With novel assets such as the GLOBAL LAB in Augmented Intelligence launched last January, the new e-learning ‘SKOOL - SKEMA Open Online Learning’ platform, and the recruitment of nearly 20 international teachers in 2019, SKEMA intends to continue the development of these programmes in partnership with major global companies. It is now being recognised as a global school with French roots and not merely as a French school abroad,” said Alice Guilhon, SKEMA’s dean.
“Accompanying the development of talent wherever they are and facilitating transformation in a changing world are our priorities,” added Pascale Viala, director of the corporate office of SKEMA.