The EMLV ranks third-best postbac business school in the latest L’Etudiant league table, which puts Leonard de Vinci Business School in France’s top twenty of management schools.
The L’Etudiant ranking is a comparison of France’s top “Grandes Ecoles” specializing in Master programs in Business. The league table ranks 37 institutions which offer three-years and five-years courses. EMLV is ranked in the top three of the L’Etudiant table for its Masters in Management. The school is first among the postbac schools in the table for its corporate relations activities.
Over the past five years, EMLV has seen a rise of five places to 3rd in France for Masters in Management.
While tuition fees for business masters programs at top schools increase each year, EMLV’s “Grande Ecole” programme costs less than €10 000 per year, that which represents the best return on investment from a top graduate school.
Corporate relations, a winning strategy at EMLV
The top priority of the EMLV Paris La Defense is to prepare its students for employment.
EMLV offers several opportunities for students to interact with corporate representatives, from job fairs, internships, professional seminars, case studies…
Each year, the EMLV careers service proposes 40 exclusive on-campus/ hybrid events to introduce students to companies and to help them connect with more than 10 000 alumni:
- International Week
- Alumni fairs (in Paris and overseas in partner institutions)
- Meet & Greet with corporate partners
- Capstone projects
- Job fairs (in Paris and overseas in partner institutions)
- Devinci Startup events
Remember: league tables aren’t the only factor to take into consideration when choosing where to spend the next three or five years of your student life.
You’ll also want to think about which business schools are best at supporting their international students, which is why you may want to check the “Welcome to France” label.
EMLV is one of only 20 business schools in France to have been awarded this certification by Campus France, the national agency for the promotion of French higher education.