SKEMA also performed well in several interim rankings, particularly for the international element: the school is in the lead of the time spent overseas criterion. Further, the school comes in second for international excellence, which L’Etudiant measured based on SKEMA’s campuses and on the quality of its academic partners. SKEMA is in fourth place for academic excellence, owing notably to its excellent faculty members.
SKEMA ranked second for the salary level obtained by its new graduates.
In the article accompanying the rankings, Alice Guilhon was invited to comment. “All the programmes taught at our Raleigh campus in North Carolina are State-recognised,” she said. “Graduates can qualify for a student visa allowing them to work in the United States for one year.”
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