EMLV consolidates its position among the top three post-baccalaureate schools in L’Etudiant Ranking, with its Master in Management, Grande Ecole programme. The school ranks 18th in France among the best business programs in 2021.
Each year, French press website L’Etudiant releases a ranking of business schools in France, which includes post-high school and post-prep business degrees.
Third best business school among 5-year post-high school programs, EMLV scores particularly well on international outlook, corporate relations and graduate satisfaction.
For Jonathan Riquier, head of Digital Marketing at De Vinci Higher Education: “A well-deserved success, given the investment of the faculty and cross-disciplinary teams in providing a top-notch student experience and employability.”
✨2ème classement de la saison pour @emlvparis, et encore un podium !
Un succès mérité, au vu de l'investissement des équipes pédagogiques et transversales pour offrir une expérience étudiante et une employabilité au top.
Bravo !🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/OBU7z7GFpc
— Jonathan Riquier (@joriquier) November 30, 2021
The graduate satisfaction criterion takes into account several considerations, such as feedback from alumni on the quality of the business school curriculum and its teaching staff, campus life, international exposure, corporate partnerships, career development, peer student relations, quality of student services, support on personal projects and so on.
L’Etudiant 2022 ranking of French Business Schools
The L’Etudiant ranking identifies the best business schools in France and sorts them out by their degree duration, according to the quality of their courses and teaching staff. With 51 points, EMLV ranks 18th out of 37 ranked business schools.
- Academic reputation: national and international labels, duration of the master’s degree, duration of the visa accreditation, research strength of the school
- School’s connection with companies: students on work-study programs, company founders, companies present at job fairs and in the rankings of favourite companies of business school students;
- International exposure: minimum length of study abroad, the share of students on academic exchange, international faculty, multicultural exposure;
- Graduate employment: salaries three years after graduation, salaries at the end of the program, graduates working abroad,
- Job opportunities: share of students working in banking, finance, insurance, auditing, consulting, trade and distribution, digital.
See the French ranking here