The EMLV continues to retain its fourth place among the best 5-year French business schools and jumps two places in the overall Business Master’s ranking 2021.
The EMLV ranks fourth out of 14 post-baccalaureate business schools and moves up two places in the top French business schools’ overall ranking, from 22nd to 20th place, into the top twenty. This year, Figaro’s team assessed 38 business schools offering a master’s degree for their “grande école” programme.
In Figaro‘s ranking, a great deal of importance is given to the teaching staff’s high calibre and the partner universities’ reputation.
At the EMLV, more than half of the teaching staff is from an international background, and more than 80% of the teachers have a PhD. The EFMD’s EFMD Master accreditation recognises this global academic excellence for the Grande Ecole programme and the AMBA accreditation for its MBA.
With Internships Canceled, EMLV Finds New Opportunities for Students
Even with the cancellation of many internships as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, EMLV is finding ways to get creative on the job search.
The Career Service is a link between EMLV diverse MBA and Specialized Master student population and the partner companies, many of which are also part of LinkedIn’s Top 25 Employers in France : Accor, Alphabet, BCG, BNP Paribas, EY, IBM, L’Oréal, LVMH, Oracle.
EMLV’s in-person career events have moved to an online format for the time being. During virtual networking events such as De Vinci Career Fair 2020, The Most Valuable Pitch or MSc& MBA Career Fair, EMLV students can learn about employers and share their profile.
The De Vinci Startup programs and events are a unique opportunity for students to focus full time on their startups and launch a business from scratch.
The Figaro’s 2021 ranking corroborates the impact of EMLV mission: to train hybrid managers who demonstrate technical skills in specific fields (finance, marketing, human resources, international business, etc.) and people skills.